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Sam's Listening Report: April 2013

Posted on 2014-05-13 at 16:39 by Sam

Well, I've lapped myself in terms of getting out these so-called "monthly" listening reports, as these listens are all from a year (and counting) ago. But it was a fantastic month for me, with all four books showing up in my favorites of the year, spread across four genres: horror (The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates), heroic fantasy (No Return by Zachary Jernigan), literary speculative fiction (Life After Life by Kate Atkinson), and a hard-to-categorize novel of game development and friendship (You by Austin

Posted in Sam's Monthly Listening Report | Tagged austin grossman, fenella woolgar, grover gardner, john fitzgibbon, joyce carol oates, kate atkinson, life after life, no return, the accursed, will collyer, you, zachary jernigan

Release Week: Austin Grossman's YOU; Promise of Blood; Stormdancer; Jeff Noon's Vurt; and Robert Asprin's M.Y.T.H.

Posted on 2013-04-17 at 16:19 by Sam

APRIL 10-16, 2013: What, no new episode of The Human Division?! OK, seriously, this release week belongs to Hachette Audio, with both of my top picks this week. But! Audible Frontiers has its own pair of offerings which make up my second two picks, the Patrick Rothfuss-recommended Stormdancer (2012) and Jeff Noon's Vurt (1993), along with having done something wonderful in bringing the dozen+ books of Robert Asprin's M.Y.T.H. Inc. series to audio as well. (I have some fondness for M.Y.T.H., though not quite

Posted in Release Week | Tagged austin grossman, jeff noon, robert asprin