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Divided We Triumph -- Dave Reviews NEMESIS GAMES

Posted on 2015-09-15 at 12:30 by Dave

Nemesis Games (The Expanse, Book 5) by James S.A. Corey, Read by Jefferson Mays Length: 16 hours, 44 minutes

If you're like me, all you need to know about Nemesis Games is that Chrisjen Avasarala and Bobbi Draper are back in a big way. Oh, also Jim Holden and the crew of the Rocinante.

But it gets better. I've talked before how I pretty much just want to stowaway with the crew of the Rocinante and drink coffee with them. Well, with this book, I got about as close to that opportunity as I could. In Nemes

Posted in reviews | Tagged james sa corey, jefferson mays, nemesis games

Listening Report: March 2012

Posted on 2012-04-03 at 19:16 by Sam

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



  • To Marry Medusa By Theodore SturgeonNarrated by Stefan Rudnicki for Blackstone Audio — Rudnicki’s a fan of Sturgeon’s, and I’ve heard him on More Than Human which, along with To Marry Medusa, explores the idea of emergent parapsychology. It’s a reminder that, along with Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End, science fiction (and science) actually took telepathy quite seriously
Posted in Sam's Monthly Listening Report | Tagged a door into ocean, arctic rising, james sa corey, jay snyder, jefferson mays, joan slonczewski, leviathan wakes, mm buckner, monthly listening report, rosalyn landor, simon vance, stefan rudnicki, the gravity pilot, the stress of her regard, theodore sturgeon, tim powers, to marry medusa, tobias s buckell