Category Archives: Sam’s Monthly Listening Report

Listening report: June 2012

After six audiobooks in May (though KSR’s 2312 went on well into the first week of June) I listened to eight in June, with Tim Powers’s On Stranger Tides and Michael Chabon’s The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay being … Continue reading

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Listening Report: May 2012

April’s claim of 9 audiobooks was a bit of a “cheat”; I included the late Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 although I had actually read it in (very) early May. Here, things were going to again a bit stretched as it … Continue reading

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Listening Report: April 2012

Last month it was 6 audiobooks, heavily slanted in favor of sf over fantasy. This month it’s back up to 9 audiobooks, with a pretty even split between genres, and some non-speculative (or at least not heavily speculative) stuff in … Continue reading

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Listening Report: March 2012

Six audiobooks this month, down from eight last month, this time heavily skewed toward sf (5) over fantasy (1):       REVIEWS:

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Listening Report: February 2012

Quite a month in listening, with 8 audiobooks (up from six in January), but I really fell by the wayside in my print reading. A train trip to and from StellarCon (where I’m a guest, along with guest of honor … Continue reading

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Listening report: January 2012

On the heels of three audiobooks in the last bit of December (The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott and Colette Freedman, Earthbound by Joe Haldeman, and The Lost Gate: Mithermages, Book 1 by Orson Scott Card) I listened to six audiobooks this month; not … Continue reading

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