Monthly Archives: September 2012

An Audio-Book Review: To Everything Turn, Turn, Turn…

The Lathe of Heaven By Ursula K. LeGuin Published by the National Library Service (NLS) for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, USA. Read by Alec Volz   The Book: I have reviewed a number of classic Science … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Books, Books, Commentary, Reviews, Science Fiction | Leave a comment

An Audiobook Review: You Lost Me at the Armored Talking Polar Bears.

His Dark Materials: 1)      The Golden Compass 2)       The Subtle Knife 3)      The Amber Spyglass Written and Narrated by Phillip Pullman and performed by a full cast. Published by Listening Library The Story When the first book of His Dark … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Books, Books, Commentary, Fantasy, Reviews | Leave a comment

An Audio-Book Review: Thud and Blunder in the Hyborian Age.

Conan the Warrior By Robert E. Howard (Edited by L. Sprague de Camp) Read by Jeff Halberstadt Conan the Usurper By Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp Read by John Polk Conan the Conqueror By Robert E. Howard … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Books, Commentary, Fantasy, Reviews | Leave a comment

An Audio-Book Review: A Night on the Town!

The John Justin Mallory Mysteries: Fables of Tonight Stalking the Unicorn Stalking the Vampire Stalking the Dragon By Mike Resnick Published by Audible Frontiers Read by Peter Gannon The Stories: I’ve blown hot and cold on Mike Resnick’s stories. They … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Books, Books, Commentary, Fantasy, Reviews | Leave a comment

An Audio-Book Review: A Sesterce for Your Thoughts…

  I, Claudius By Robert Graves Unabridged recording published by Blackstone Audio, Inc. Read by Frederick Davidson   The Story: And now we climb into Mr. Peabody’s “Way-Back Machine” and once again return to ancient Rome. Instead of the late … Continue reading

Posted in Audio Books, Books, Commentary, Historical Fiction, Reviews | Leave a comment