Monthly Archives: October 2015

An Audio-Book Review: A Study of Roman Hysteria

Roma By Steven Saylor Published by Books on Tape Read by John Lee The Book: I first became aware of Mister Saylor when I read A Murder on the Appian Way, one of his murder mysteries set in late Republican … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: Out of the Frying Pan?

After the Downfall By Harry Turtledove Published by Audible Frontiers Read by Eric Michael Summerer The Book: Seriously? Did we need yet another what if involving a German soldier at the end of the Second World War? More to the … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: The Retcon of Rama

Rama II By Arthur C. Clarke and Lee Gentry Published by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Read by John Stratton   The Book:   In the introduction to this book, Arthur C. Clarke wrote, “…there … Continue reading

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An Audio-Book Review: Harry Potter and the Two Readers

The Harry Potter Series By J. K. Rowling American edition published by Listening Library Read by Jim Dale British edition published by Cover to Cover Read by Stephen Fry   The Books:   This is one I’ve been meaning to … Continue reading

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