Friends! Romans! Countrymen! Lend me your ears!
Audiobook Review: Doctor Who: Engines Of War by George Mann
The War Doctor is expertly written as the war veteran who just wants the fight to be over.
Audiobook Review: The Book Of Yokai by Michael Dylan Foster
Yokai are fascinating creatures. But they are also part of the classical culture of Japan ranging from the modern era to the Meiji Era or any other of Japanese history.
Audiobook Review: Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Greatest Detective In The World By Mark Aldridge
“The audiobook is well written with each section being easy to understand and enjoy both on their own merits and collectively as a whole.”
Audiobook Review: The Edgar Allan Poe Audio Collection
” Be it a tale of the lady Berenice, the infamous raven or perhaps the unfortunate fall of the House of Usher I can easily imagine Price and Rathbone taking turns to tell the spooky stories or perhaps making it into a contest.”
Audiobook Review: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (Or The Modern Prometheus)
“The audiobook version I experienced was produced by Audible and is one of several audio productions.”
Audiobook Review: Star Wars: Thrawn by Timothy Zahn
“Thrawn is left exiled on an Outer Rim world by the Chiss Ascendency as a form of punishment only to be discovered by an Imperial ship.”
Audiobook Review: Star Trek The Original Series: Agents Of Influence by Dayton Ward
“For years Starfleet Intelligence has had undercover operatives deep within the heart of the Klingon Empire.”
Audiobook Review: Anno Dracula by Kim Newman
“It is Victorian era London but not quite as we remember it.”
Audiobook Review: The Luna Missile Crisis By Rhett C. Bruno and Jaime Castle
The year is 1961: The Russian cosmonaut program is about to send its first hero Yuri Gagarin out into space and beat the Americans to at least that first hurdle in the space race.