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ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS

ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS

by Elan Mastai | Read by Elan Mastai

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

While not a professional narrator, Elan Mastai is the perfect choice to narrate his own book about an imperfect, hapless man whose actions change the very fabric of the universe. Mastai counters the drama of the tale with a wry, humorous reading. The main character, Tom, is confused about most things, especially his place in this self-created misadventure. Mastai knows where to... Read More

AT THE SIGN OF TRIUMPH

AT THE SIGN OF TRIUMPH Safehold, Book 9

by David Weber | Read by Oliver Wyman

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Oliver Wyman narrates the ninth and final installment of Weber's Safehold series with deft accents and passion. The Church of God Awaiting is still at war with Charis after eight long years. Their champions are fighting for their lives and the supremacy of the race. Wyman cheerfully and steadily reads this long audiobook, filled with battle scenes, political intrigue, and... Read More

ENDURANCE

ENDURANCE Episodes 1-12

by Brendan Sheppard, M. Justin Parsons, David J. Keogh, Aaron Nelson, Phil Clements | Read by Julian Glover, Isla Blair, and a Full Cast

Word of Mouth Productions | Audio Program
Science Fiction

Some volunteer. Some are sought. Either way, 12 extraordinary individuals--from a holographic designer to a member of the clergy and an Olympic hopeful--have been brought together to pilot the bold and mysterious "Endurance" project, which may be the last, best hope for humankind. Following in the lofty BBC radio-drama tradition, this full-cast production by British-based Word... Read More

THE LATHE OF HEAVEN

THE LATHE OF HEAVEN

by Ursula K. Le Guin | Read by George Guidall

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Science Fiction

George Guidall adopts an understated narration style to delivery Le Guin's sci-fi classic. George Orr has turned to drugs to deal with his fear of sleeping. It's his dreams he's afraid of. His court-ordered therapist becomes intrigued as Orr describes how his dreams affect reality--past and present. The therapist begins to direct Orr's dreaming, becoming wealthy in the process.... Read More

MINIATURES

MINIATURES The Very Short Fiction of John Scalzi

by John Scalzi | Read by Luke Daniels, Peter Ganim, John Scalzi, Khristine Hvam, Greg Cope White, Fred Berman

Audible, Inc. | Unabridged
Science Fiction

With nearly 20 science-fiction and often humorous stories--and even a poem--in total, Scalzi illustrates that he can do short just as well as he can do long writing. The production includes six narrators, including Scalzi, with each taking on two or more stories. This proves a smart choice as the different narrators align well with their assigned works. Even Scalzi, who... Read More

MISSION EARTH: THE INVADERS PLAN

by L. Ron Hubbard | Read by Stefan Rudnicki, Jim Dale, Nancy Cartwright, Erika Christensen and a Full Cast

Galaxy Press | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Hubbard's satirical science-fiction saga takes off with a full cast, sound effects, and a musical score. The story, intentionally convoluted, entails different factions of Voltars, an alien race interested in humanity's timely demise who are attempting to disrupt the future of Earth. It's a world of spies, counterspies, sci-fi gadgets, space travel, and total annihilation--and... Read More

PROSPERITY

PROSPERITY

Earphones Award Winner

by Alexis Hall | Read by Nicholas Boulton

Hedgehog, Inc. | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Narrator Nicholas Boulton has his work cut out for him with this raucous, ribald Victorian steampunk adventure. Piccadilly, aka Dil, recounts his adventures on the airship SHADOWLESS, which glides through the aether without much ado. Dil encounters a host of characters, some charming, some lethal, some sexually addicting, and some not-so-human. Boulton uses broad British... Read More

THE TREES

THE TREES

by Ali Shaw | Read by Ben Onwukwe

Bolinda Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

The phrase "going back to nature" takes on a new, terrifying meaning when the world is torn up by thousands of trees breaking through the earth overnight, cutting through buildings, infrastructure, and people. Ben Onwukwe's elegant British voice has a gritty undertone that befits the parallels of violence and beauty that are prevalent throughout this story. The power shift is... Read More

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