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Review: Fortunately, The Milk

Fortunately, the Milk Written and Read by Neil Gaiman Length: 58 minutes It should be a walk down the street, but on a father’s trip to buy some milk for his children’s cereal (and probably also his tea), aliens show … Continue reading

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Release Week: Happy Hour in Hell, Neptune’s Brood, The Rose and the Thorn, Bleeding Edge, and Neil Gaiman’s Fortunately, the Milk

SEPTEMBER 11-17, 2013: Urban fantasy, deep future sf, adventure fantasy,¬†early 21st century technothriller, and more await listeners in this week’s round of picks — and even more await the “also out this week” reader/listener. (Let alone the “also also out … Continue reading

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Release Week: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Lexicon, Wisp of a Thing, Before the Fall, The Indigo Pheasant, Dark Eden, and Ken Scholes’ Requiem

JUNE 12-18, 2013: Well, there’s no question on the most-anticipated title this week, Neil Gaiman’s first novel for adults since 2005: The Ocean at the End of the Lane: A Novel. But there’s also a cerebral thriller from Max Barry, … Continue reading

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Release Week: Will Self’s Umbrella, Mark T. Barnes’ The Garden of Stones, Dan Krokos’ The Planet Thieves, and a free Neil Gaiman short

May 15-21, 2013: A bit of a lull after last week’s haul, but certainly none the lesser in top-level impact as a long, long hoped-for literary fiction title is here this week in the form of Will Self’s Booker-shortlisted Umbrella. … Continue reading

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Release Week: Brandon Sanderson’s The Rithmatist; Antti Tuomainen’s The Healer; Neil Gaiman’s Smoke and Mirrors; World War Z; The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl; Fiction River; and John Scalzi’s The Human Division

May 8-14, 2013: It’s a very, very crowded middle release week in May, with a long list of new audiobooks including new books in translation, a new YA novel from Brandon Sanderson, Neil Gaiman voicing one of his earlier collections, … Continue reading

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Breaking news: Neil Gaiman Presents to bring the work of Cory Doctorow to Audible, through new “Double DRM” format

April 1, 2013, Durham, North Carolina: Cory Doctorow’s work in audio, including Little Brother, Makers, and Pirate Cinema, has previously been available in both CD audio and through several other digital audiobook vendors, but has not been available on Audible.com. … Continue reading

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Today’s Audible.com Daily Deal: Neil Gaiman and Neil Gaiman Presents

Audible.com has been offering Daily Deals this December, and today (Friday, Dec 7) brings a 50% off deal on a list of titles by Neil Gaiman and from Neil Gaiman Presents. From Gaiman’s American Gods: The Tenth Anniversary Edition (A … Continue reading

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Sam’s listening report: September 2012

After dropping to six audiobooks in August, I downsized my listening even further, to the tune of just five in September. (And at that, a bit of a cheat perhaps, considering I’m counting the 1.5-hour podcast of a novella, but … Continue reading

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Release Week: A Sudden Outbreak of Magic, Ruins, and a Neil Gaiman gift edition and charity short

The last release week in October has a few intriguing new titles, along with a new “gift edition” of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust and, as Dave already mentioned, a free short story by Gaiman as well. A Sudden Outbreak of Magic: … Continue reading

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All Hallow’s Listen, Featuring Neil Gaiman Himself

Click-Clack the Rattlebag Written and Performed by Neil Gaiman Length: 12 minutes Neil Gaiman and Audible have teamed up to produce a Halloween treat, “Click-Clack the Rattlebag,” a short story that’s available as a free download through October 31. Yes, … Continue reading

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