Posts tagged: american elsewhere

At Long Last! The AudioBookaneers Favorite Audiobooks of 2013!

Posted on 2014-02-24 at 14:53 by Dave

Yes, it's been a looooooooong wait. But 2013 was a pretty good year, and we have the audiobooks to prove it! In our wrap-up of 2012 in audiobooks, we had a consensus pick for best new audiobook, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay. This year, we are a house -- er, pirate ship? -- divided. Last year, we also split things up quite a bit between "best new audiobook of a new book" and "best new audiobook of a previously released book". This year, there are no second class citizens among our listens

Posted in The Arrrdies | Tagged american elsewhere, ancillary justice, ann leckie, doctor sleep, hild, kate atkinson, kim stanley robinson, lauren beukes, life after life, neil gaiman, niccola griffith, robert jackson bennett, shaman, stephen king, the ocean at the end of the lane, the shining girls

Review: American Elsewhere

Posted on 2013-09-19 at 6:0 by Dave

American Elsewhere by Robert Jackson Bennett, Read by Graham Winton Length: 22 hours, 23 minutes

If you have to stand against the great lurking darkness that’s encroaching upon you from the edge of universe, I recommend cranking up The Best of Erich Zann's Violin Classics, inviting over Chuthulu’s rebellious teenage children to stand by your side, and having  Robert Jackson Bennett’s American Elsewhere in hand to keep said Darkness at bay.

I’ve been looking forward to this book pretty much since I’d heard

Posted in reviews, Uncategorized | Tagged american elsewhere, kaleidoscope of wtfery, recorded books, robert jackson bennett

Release Week: American Elsewhere, The Teleportation Accident, and Carniepunk

Posted on 2013-07-24 at 18:15 by Sam

JULY 17-23, 2013: I was set to write up a fairly quiet -- with the principal exception of the colorful-looking anthology Carniepunk -- release week, when Recorded Books unexpectedly dropped one of my most-anticipated titles of the year, Robert Jackson Bennett's American Elsewhere. It's months later than the print publication but still well ahead of the previously expected audio release. And! When digging through the non-sf/f catalogs, as I tend to do each release week just to make sure I'm not missing out

Posted in Release Week | Tagged american elsewhere, carniepunk, robert jackson bennett, the teleportation accident