Tuesday, July 3, 2012

A Variety of New Releases from Iambik!

Once again, Iambik Audiobooks has been busily working behind the scenes.  Four new books are now up for sale in the categories of scifi/fantasy, young adult, crime and literature.  First up in the crime genre is Bound for Eternity by Sarah Wisseman and narrated by Priscilla Holbrook.   Disappearing artifacts, jealous colleagues, and dead bodies—who says a museum curator’s job is easy?  From Barbara D'Amato, Chicago author of the Cat Marsala series:  "Highly authentic, written by an archaeologist, BOUND FOR ETERNITY is a great read. The museum setting was both eerie and fascinating. I hope to see Lisa Donahue in many books to come."

Next up is a new addition to our science fiction/fantasy
collection.  The Land at the End of the Working Day, written by Peter Crowther and narrated by Robert Keiper, is actually a collection of four stories.  The title of the book is the name of a bar in Manhattan near New York's legendary Chelsea Hotel.  You'll meet the regulars at the bar along with some other characters who may wander in only once but they become another story.  Every one has a story, right?

Skulk by Marc Estrin and narrated by Anthony St. Pierre 
is our newest literary fiction book.   This is Marc Estrin's sixth critically acclaimed work of serious fiction.  From Peter Glassgold - author of Angel Max, Anarchy:  "Marc Estrin has his finger on the pulse of American madnesses. Contemplating 9/11 conspiracies would be no laughing matter except in the hands of a writer who once (INSECT DREAMS) resurrected and apotheosized Gregor Samsa's discarded insect carcass. Now in SKULK, this master satririst raises questions of our national (ir)realities to breathless heights. As they used to say, 'Right on!'"

Our last new offering is a new rendering of a children's classic.
Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper  is given the Irish
treatment by our own Tadhg Hynes.   Who better to give voice to Twain's first historical novel set in London? 

Head over to Iambik to listen to the full first chapters of these four and any of the other books in our catalog.  The books are all unabridged and priced at $6.99 each.  They are available in mp3 and m4b formats. 

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