Monthly Archives: September 2013

An Audiobook Review: What’s This Thing Do Again?

  The Tar Aiym Krang By Alan Dean Foster Published by Audible Frontiers Read by Stefan Rudnicki   The Book: The Tar Aiym Krang was the first of the Pip and Flinx series written by Alan Dean Foster. Later a … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: Second Door on the Left?

The Door into Summer by Robert A. Heinlein Published by Blackstone Audio Read by Patrick Lawlor The Book: The Door into Summer is an excellent example of Heinlein writing during his transitional period from mostly writing juveniles to his treatments … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: Hey! Who Turned off the Heat?

Ice Prophet By William R. Forstchen Unabridged recording published by Blackstone Audio Read by Elijah Alexander The Book: I have recently noticed that I was reviewing a lot of stories that I had either read and enjoyed several times of … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: Even Better Than the HAL 9000!

The Cosmic Computer By H. Beam Piper Published by Librivox Read by Mark Nelson The Book: H. Beam Piper’s work had a strong influence on the stories I write today, so perhaps it is not surprising that I have reviewed … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: The Most Boring Utopia of All!

The Days of the Comet By H. G. Wells Published by LibriVox Read by Various The Book: After suffering through Verne’s Off on a Comet and its utter lack of scientific thoughtfulness (quite out of character for Verne, but everyone … Continue reading

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