Audiobook release week, 27 December 2011

A quiet final Tuesday for 2011 sees a handful of urban fantasy releases, along with the self-published The Circle of Sorcerers: A Mages of Bloodmyr Novel: Book #1 By Brian KittrellNarrated by Justin D. Torres for Kittrell’s own Late Nite Books:
An attractive cover for a mid-length (8 hours) opening novel pitting priests against sorcerers, vying for control over elemental magic.
ALSO OUT TODAY: Deep Sky By Patrick Lee Narrated by Jeff Gurne for Harper Audio — book three of Lee’s series which began with The Breach.

OUT PREVIOUSLY THIS WEEK:

  • The Parting: An O.C.L.T. Novel By David Niall Wilson Narrated by Timothy J. Danko For Wilson’s Crossroad Press —  ”the first full length novel of the O.C.L.T. – the Orphic Crisis Logistical Taskforce”
  • Short: Chasing the Dragon By Nicholas Kaufman Narrated by Alex Foster For Iambik Audiobooks — “Centuries ago, St. George fought and killed a dragon – or so the legend goes. The truth is somewhat different. George failed in his mission, and the Dragon still walks the Earth, protected by an undead army, hiding in the shadows and slaughtering men, women, and children for its prey. Each of George’s descendants through time has been tasked with killing the Dragon, and each has failed. Twenty-five-year-old Georgia Quincey is the last of the line – the last, best hope for defeating the Dragon once and for all.”
  • Very short: Unfallen By Lillith Saintcrow Narrated by Khristine Hvam For  Hachette Audio — ” Falling in love with the teenage Antichrist is dangerous, in this short story from New York Times best-selling author Lilith Saintcrow.”
  • The Last Slayer By Nadia Lee Narrated by Eve Bianco for Carina Press

MISSING IN ACTION:

NEXT WEEK (Jan 3):

TWO WEEKS (Jan 10, 2012):

  • The Liminal People by Ayize Jama-Everett (Small Beer Press, Jan 10, 2012) — no audio news
  • Short: Mile 81 by Stephen King (January 10, 2012) — on Audible.com’s “Coming Soon” calendar
  • YR: The Mostly True Story of Jack by Kelly Barnhill, read by Luke Daniels for Amazon.com’s Brilliance Audio (Jan 10) — originally published in August 2011 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Daniel O’Malley, The Rook (January 11) — via Lev Grossman’s most anticipated books of 2012, I still haven’t looked into audio news yet
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