Monthly Archives: August 2015

An Audio-Book Review: The Rehearsals Go On for Light-years!

The Ship Who Sang By Anne McCaffrey Published by Library of Congress Program for the Blind Read by Corrie James   The Book: Helva is a “Shell Person.” She was born with a badly deformed body but her brain was … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: I Stepped in What?

The Judas Valley by Robert Silverberg and Randall Garrett Published by LibriVox Read by Phil Chenevert   The Story: I had not read this one before, and I have enjoyed stories by both Silverberg and Garrett. It was a free … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: Who am I Today?

Myth-Taken Identity By Robert Asprin and Jody Lynn Nye Published by Audible Frontiers Read by Noah Michael Levine   The Book: It has been a while since I read of listened to any of the Myth Adventures series. This is … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: When I Grow Up, I Wanna be a Ship?

The Knights of Arthur By Frederik Pohl Published by LibriVox Two Editions read by Gregg Maragrite and Phil Chenevert   The Story: Two weeks ago, I reviewed Ayn Rand’s post-apocalyptic dystopia, Anthem. This is another post-apocalyptic story, although one of … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: En Garde!

The Dueling Machine By Ben Bova and Myron R. Lewis Published by LibriVox Read by Gregg Margarite   The Book: Sometime in the interstellar future disputes are settled by dueling. However, owing to the invention of the Dueling Machine, people … Continue reading

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