Monthly Archives: August 2014

An Audiobook Review: Two Vintage Silverbergs For the Price of One!

The Happy Unfortunate and The Hunted Heroes By Robert Silverberg Published by Librivox Read by Phil Chenevert The Stories: This is a pair of old stories that, apparently, Robert Silverberg saw no need to renew the copyrights too, or perhaps … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: So It Was NOT a Dark and Stormy Night…

The Coming Race By Edward George Bulwer-Lytton Published by Librivox Read by Maire Rhode The Book: Have you ever read a book and thought to yourself, “Wow! I could write better than this!” If not, then you absolutely have to … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Review: After the Game is Over…

Speaker for the Dead By Orson Scott Card Published by Audio Renaissance (aka Macmillan Audio) Read by David Birney, Stefan Rudnicki, and an uncredited woman?   The Book: Having gone through three versions of Ender’s Game (audio-play, movie and the … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: The Edge of Nipe.

Anything You Can Do By Randall Garret Published by Librivox Read by Mark Nelson   The Story: I have not read enough of Randall Garret. I know him mostly from his Lord Darcy stories, although admittedly I did not read … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet. I’m Hunting Cytha!

The World that Couldn’t Be By Clifford Simak Published by Librivox Two Versions: read by Phil Chenevert and by Gregg Margarite   The Story: I found this an interesting story. It’s not one of Simaks’s best, but as a fan … Continue reading

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