Posts tagged: david brin

Release Week: David Brin's Existence and Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter's The Long Earth

Posted on 2012-06-20 at 2:31 by Sam
The release week for June 19 brings even more summer big-idea science fiction, led by two much-anticipated novels. The first (though how do you pick between them?) is Existence by David Brin, Narrated by Kevin T. Collins, Robin Miles, and L. J. Ganser for Audible Frontiers, concurrent with its hardcover and e-book release from Tor Books. At 32 and a half hours, it’s no lightweight, combining several point of view characters along with multiple “non-fiction” tracks as Brin follows the story of an alien
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Release Week: KSR's 2312; Anne Lyle; Rob Ziegler; Lev AC Rosen; David Brin; Tim Akers; and the conclusion to The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel

Posted on 2012-05-23 at 19:32 by Sam

The absolutely mammoth release week for Tuesday, May 23, is led for me by the much-anticipated and well-regarded 2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson, narrated by Sarah Zimmerman for Hachette Audio, out concurrently with its publication in hardcover and e-book by Orbit. At 19 hrs and 15 mins, it seems a pretty good length for exploring a science fiction world (not too long, not too short). Over on Scalzi’s Whatever blog, Robinson talks about the Big Idea behind the novel, there’s an official site which lets you bui

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