In these pages, Robert T. Jeschonek will take you on a tour of the wildest places and people you've never imagined. Don't miss these 18 edgy, exciting, and surprising science fiction tales from award-winning Star Trek and Doctor Who author Robert T. Jeschonek, a master of unique and unexpected science fiction that really packs a punch. This volume includes 18 stories originally published in three volumes: 6 Scifi Stories, 6 More Scifi Stories, and 6 Scifi Stories Book 3. All 18 of these scifi stories and novelettes are available here for one low price:
Collection of 18 stories and novelettes plus a novel preview.
©2014 Robert Jeschonek (P)2014 Robert Jeschonek
The stories were engaging and stayed with me. I loved the twists and turns. Jeschonek is a master storyteller, with a talent for surprise endings. Narration by Bill Lord was superb!
Smidgen the Snack Cake was definitely my favorite. I have a marketing background, and this story gave me chills. How much are we really being controlled in the marketplace? It was surreal, but also seemed a natural extension of where we're heading.
Lord has a talent for changing his voice to fit the story and character. His every word is completely believable. Now, I can't imagine these stories without his voice.
The story about the serial killer was chilling, but also deeply human. Jeschonek finds the humanity in the most frightening characters and situations.
Yes I would, Bill Lord brings life to the story with his silky smooth voice and animated delivery. I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to him work his magic.
This audiobook was recommended to me by a friend. I have not heard any of Bill Lord's other works, but I am looking forward to listening to his entire library - What a Talent!
Yes. The very precise description of the action made it gripping. The crisp, clear narration makes the story come alive and compels me to listen.
The narration of the action.
Yes. Best performance to date.
Unexpected, Twisted, Out-There. I grew up thinking I didn't like science fiction. Who knew that it could be so much fun? Robert Jeschonek definitely has a creative mind and a twisted sense of humor. Between his clever writing and the narrator's brilliant interpretation of the characters, I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of this listen. In fact, I had a hard time hitting the "pause" button. Even though this is a collection of short stories, Jeschonek does a fabulous job of fully developing characters and their voices left me with a definite picture in my mind of who each one "really was." And, because it is a collection of short stories, this book is perfect for either a "quick hit" or an all-day drive.
Definitely Smidgen the Snack Cake. I know that darned chocolate-coated demon was calling me from the shelf of the grocery store just yesterday. I think I want a plush Smidgen. Maybe a plush VOODOO Smidgen. Yeah, that's the ticket!!
Well, first of all he's got a great voice...er, voices. I hope they all get along inside his head! Seriously, he must be a very talented actor. His interpretation of the characters really enhanced the picture of each of them in my head. I didn't want to hit pause! He had me completely drawn in. I was disappointed to finish the last story -- he left me wanting more!!
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This book is good, clean fun and appropriate for both adult and younger adult (teenaged) audiences.
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