Monthly Archives: March 2014

An Audiobook Review: A Story Thousands of Years in the Making…

The Source By James A. Michener Unabridged edition Published by Random House, Inc. Read by Larry A. McKeever The Book: Here’s another book I read for the first time in high school. This book single-handedly got me interested in archaeology. … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: Everybody’s Doing It…

 Up the Line By Robert Silverberg Published by Audible Frontiers Read by Paul Boehmer   The Book: Time travel is such a common theme in science fiction that is can be difficult to come up with a truly original treatment … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: Whoa. Take’er Easy There, Pilgrim!

  Lone Star Planet By H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire Published by LibriVox Read by Mark Nelson  The Story:  This is a relatively short novel that has been published several times with another short novel by H. Beam … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: A Novel with Real Depth!

  Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions By Edwin Abbott Abbott Published by LibriVox Read by Ruth Golding The Story:  This is one of the many books that have been on my mountain of must-reads for a very long time. … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: What’s Wrong with This Picture?

Alice in Blunderland: An Irridescent Dream By John Kendrick Bangs Published by LibriVox Read by Lars Rolander The Story:   I sometimes enjoy a good political satire, but this was not it. In my usual bit of fairness, once I … Continue reading

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