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Review: Rags and Bones

Rags & Bones Edited by Melissa Marr and Tim Pratt, Read by Mark Cabus, Bernard Setaro Clark, and Reay Kaplan Length: 10 hours, 58 minutes Reboots and remakes get a bad rap. I know – that’s a controversial stance to … Continue reading

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Release Week: Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed, Oliver Wyman narrates a Swanwick masterwork, and the return of Neil Gaiman Presents

My most anticipated release of a packed week in audiobooks is Throne of the Crescent Moon By Saladin Ahmed, Narrated by Phil Gigante for Brilliance Audio [IndieBound MP3-CD link | iTunes Audiobook link]: Published concurrent with the DAW hardcover, Ahmed’s debut is a welcome new voice in fantasy. Beginning with … Continue reading

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Audiobook announcement: Brilliance Audio has purchased audio rights for Saladin Ahmed’s Throne of the Crescent Moon (DAW Books)

Saladin Ahmed broke the news on Twitter last Thursday, retweeted by his publisher DAW Books, that Brilliance Audio had purchased the audio rights to his debut novel, Throne of the Crescent Moon (hardcover, Feb 7, 2012): And a day later, Ahmed posted … Continue reading

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