AudioFile Magazine’s latest issue praises Variable Star audiobook

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Audiofile MagazineAudiofile magazine’s February/March 2008 issue has designated an “earphones award” for an audiobook reviewed by SFFaudio’s own cool guy Scott Danielson.

Scott wrote, among other things, of Variable Star (by Robert A. Heinlein and Spider Robinson)…

“The novel is full of philosophical insight, exploding things, and space travel.”

Cool!

Also reviewed in this issue are…

Dune Messiah – The Dune Chronicles, Book Two
By Frank Herbert; Read by Scott Brick, Katherine Kellgren, Euan Morton, Simon Vance, et al.

Slan
By A.E. Van Vogt; Read by Oliver Wyman

A Civil Campaign
By Lois McMaster Bujold; Read by Grover Gardner

Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?)
By Philip K. Dick; Read by Scott Brick

His Majesty’s Dragon – Temeraire, Book 1
By Naomi Novik; Read by Simon Vance

Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Ravens Of Avalon
By Diana L. Paxson; Read by Lorna Raver

Empire
By Orson Scott Card; Read by Stefan Rudnicki, Orson Scott Card

As She Climbed Across The Table
By Jonathan Lethem; Read by David Aaron Baker

Girl In Landscape
By Jonathan Lethem; Read by David Aaron Baker

And over in the Mystery/Suspense section you’ll find a review of…

The Wheel of Darkness
By Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child; Read by Rene Auberjonois

In the audio theatre section…

Infinite Crisis: Part 2 (Superman, Batman, Wonderwoman)
By Greg Cox (and DC Comics); Performed by a Full Cast

There are a few other SFFaudio related reviews in their too! Audiofile magazine isn’t available on any newstand or specialty bookstore that I’ve seen here in Canada, but it is available by subscription, and may be available on some newstands in the USA. Check out their website HERE for how to get a copy.

Posted by Jesse Willis

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