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Release Week: Rudnicki’s Fantastic Imaginings, and more of Pohl’s Heechee Saga read by Oliver Wyman

A pretty quiet release week, made even more so considering the deafening absence on this side of the pond that is the lack of Red Country By Joe Abercrombie, available earlier this week in the UK — narrated by the … Continue reading

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Release Week: The Twelve, Bowl of Heaven, Roadside Picnic, and George R.R. Martin

Vampires and aliens are featured in two new highly-anticipated books in this mid-October release week, and aliens and vampires are also featured in new audiobooks of highly-regarded books published in past years. The Twelve by Justin Cronin, read by Scott … Continue reading

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Release Week: Tad Williams, Steven Erikson, Iain M. Banks, and The Lord of the Rings

What the second release week in October lacks in the staggering numbers department, it makes up for with three absolutely stellar titles: urban fantasy from Tad Williams, the latest Iain M. Banks “Culture” novel, and the long-awaited first audio installment … Continue reading

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Release week: Ironskin, Legion, Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, This Book is Full of Spiders, Building Harlequin’s Moon, and a return to Fairyland

Well, I tried. I put together an interstitial release week post on Friday. Then again Monday morning. And still what’s left in this week’s haul is more than enough to keep all the listening hours in a year occupied. So, … Continue reading

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A weekend of new Dave Duncan audiobooks

Goodness. I put together a Friday “interlude” release week post, and then on Saturday 11 Dave Duncan audiobooks show up, all from Audible Frontiers: Donald Corren narrates the Seventh Swordsman series:The Reluctant Swordsman, The Coming of Wisdom, and The Destiny … Continue reading

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Release week… Friday? Ben Aaronovitch, Greg Bear, Philip Pullman, Mike Mignola, and J.K. Rowling

It feels like I just wrapped up a huge release week post two days ago, because I did. But so much has already come out since Wednesday that, well, I’d better post now because next week should have a huge … Continue reading

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Release week: The Mongoliad, Embedded, The Freedom Maze, Dodger, Under Wildwood, and Neil Gaiman Presents James Branch Cabell

The last Tuesday of September brings a sizable haul of interesting-looking audiobooks, from new sequels, to some of 2011’s most missing, new Terry Pratchett, and the return of Neil Gaiman Presents. The Mongoliad: The Foreworld Saga, Book 2 By Neal … Continue reading

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Release Week: Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber, and Libba Bray’s The Diviners

The middle of September brings a few audiobooks of interest, but my first thoughts on the week are 1. that I was at first incredibly excited when I saw the new Tad Williams urban fantasy novel The Dirty Streets of … Continue reading

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Release Week: Brent Weeks, Kameron Hurley, Adam McOmber, Olaf Stapledon, CJ Cherryh, and more

The second release week of September still shows no sign of Brandon Sanderson’s Legion, read by Oliver Wyman; but I’m sure it’s coming soon. Not that I’m hitting reload that often… The Blinding Knife: Black Prism, Book 2 By Brent … Continue reading

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Release week: Clockwork Angels, Ashes of Honor, Infidel, Battle Royale, and Felix J. Palma

September kicks off with quite a vengeance with new audio of both new, newly translated, and long-running series. As usual I have my “seen but not heard” complaints, led in a big way by the new widely-praised Tad Williams urban … Continue reading

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