Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Radioplay Review: Hobbits… Why Did It Have to be Hobbits?

The Lord of the Rings By J. R. R. Tolkien Produced by the British Broadcasting Company Published by Random House Audio Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Blakewell The Story: I reviewed audiobook editions for both The Hobbit and The … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: History Repeats Itself… Repeats Itself… Repeats Itself

  Uller Uprising By H. Beam Piper Published by LibriVox Read by, Ralph Snelson, Morgan Saletta, Acacia Wood, Sean O’Hara and Anthony Wilson   The Book: Uller Uprising has never been my favorite work by H. Beam Piper, however, in … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: All My Children – Roman Holiday Edition

  Empire: The Novel of Imperial Rome By Steven Saylor Published by Macmillan Audio Read by James Langton   The Book: Empire is the continuation of the story that started in Roma: The Novel of Ancient Rome, following members of … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: History, Moral Philosophy and Boot Camp

 Starship Troopers By Robert A. Heinlein Published by Blackstone Audio Read by Lloyd James The Book: I just reviewed another of Robert Heinlein’s books (The Door into Summer) two weeks ago and while I suppose I should have taken a … Continue reading

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