Tag Archives: Audiobook

Florida Man

To make it very clear, I am talking about the Audiobook in this review, and not the Graphic Novel project with the same name. Given that they use the same cover art, I am guessing that they are the same … Continue reading

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Fantasticland

FantasticLand by Mike Bockoven will naturally be compared to Lord Of The Flies, and there are some similarities. Bockoven’s novel, though, is more nuanced and complex, and, honestly, far more frightening. To get my one gripe out of the way … Continue reading

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Earplay

A couple of years ago I discovered audiobooks.  I first started listening to my own books, actually.  When I put Catskinner’s Book on ACX to try to find a narrator I was fortunate enough to interest Brandon McKernan.  As part … Continue reading

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It’s Only A Mystery If I Want To Unravel It

So. I just gave up on a book called Pines by Blake Crouch. It was read by Paul Michael Garcia, who is narrator that I really like–he’s done a number of science fiction novels including several of Heinlein’s that I … Continue reading

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The Hike by Drew Magary

I picked up Drew Magary’s novel The Hike on audiobook a while back because it was the Audible deal of the day and the concept sounded interesting. I listened to it shortly after I got it, and I was favorably … Continue reading

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The Voice Of The Storyteller

The inspector sorted through the piles of printouts on his desk, still looking for a way to put all of the evidence together, to find some way to make sense of the mass of paper.  The data dump from the … Continue reading

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The Ultimater Weapon

I really don’t like writing negative reviews. I very seldom do it.  For one thing, I generally don’t finish things that I think deserve negative reviews, and I don’t review things that I don’t finish. Also, I am not a … Continue reading

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A Quick Update

I’ve been busy lately. First, getting ready for Archon.  I am done with the Kindle Cards and feel good about the finished product.  I will be asking the contributing authors to keep an eye on their their Kindle sales and try … Continue reading

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Closing The Lost Door

Just about four years ago I started writing Catskinner’s Book. I didn’t have any real plan when I started it.  I had a narrator and his shadow self, and a desire to play around with some of the ideas that … Continue reading

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And Now For Something Completely Different

I think I’m going to take a break from The Book Of Lost Doors for a while.  I’m feeling a bit fatigued–I still like the world and the characters, but I’ve realized that coloring inside the lines of that particular … Continue reading

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