Posts tagged: veronica mars

The AudioBookaneers pick their favorite audiobooks of 2014

Posted on 2015-03-02 at 15:15 by Sam

Well, it's (past) that time of year again: time for Dave and I to look back on a year in listening. We laughed, we cried, we cheered, we jeered, we stayed up well into the night for these audiobooks. It seems like every year calls for a slight wrinkle in presentation, but this year it's a familiar one: our audiobooks of the year, runners up in both new audiobooks of new books and new audiobooks of previously published books, and our favorite "new to us" listens of the year. (And, mostly because it helps

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Release Week: Accelerando by Charles Stross, Lockstep by Karl Schroeder, Sleep Donation by Karen Russell, The Boy with the Porcelain Blade by Den Patrick, and Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars

Posted on 2014-03-31 at 13:13 by Sam

MARCH 19-25, 2014: Well, I had no idea it was coming, but when Charles Stross' mindfuck-a-minute 2005 novel Accelerando shows up, read by George Guidall no less, it's your lead pick of the week. And a packed week it is, with, Karl Schroeder's new space opera Lockstep, Karen Russell's new novella Sleep Donation, and Den Patrick's "ornate yet dark" fantasy debut The Boy with the Porcelain Blade. Also out this week: Frank M. Robinson's 1956 sf novel The Power read by Bronson Pinchot, Jonathan Maberry's Code

Posted in Release Week | Tagged accelerando, charles stross, den patrick, george guidall, karen russell, karl schroeder, kristen bell, lockstep, sleep donation, the boy with the porcelain blade, veronica mars

Review: Veronica Mars: The Thousand Dollar Tan Line

Posted on 2014-03-28 at 4:27 by Dave


Veronica Mars: The Thousand Dollar Tan Line By Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham, Read by Kristen Bell Length: 8 hours, 42 minutes

If you’re like me, you’ve already been to the movie theater, or hit up your VOD (or both!) and spent nearly a couple of hours of bliss. And if you’re like me, you finished watching the movie with a big smile on your face, but were left craving a little bit more

Enter the first Veronica Mars novel. When I first heard about this book, I was – to put it mildly - a little anxious

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