For the third time, down that multi-colored rabbit hole to the unpredictable, singular, frequently disturbing Ellison Wonderland of the writer the New York Times summed up thus: "Harlan Ellison has the spellbinding quality of a great nonstop talker with a cultural warehouse for a mind." And this third expedition comes not a moment too soon. . . at exactly the moment a brilliant new film documentary, Dreams with Sharp Teeth, a film of the life and work of Harlan Ellison, is beginning it's premieres across America.
Here, in 11 stories, a true memoir, five brand-new commentaries, and a linked horror story of Jack the Ripper by Ellison's great friend, the late Robert Bloch, the mesmerizing audio performance by the author provides in full measure the reason why Ellison has won Listen Up, Audio, and a shelf full of other awards, including investiture as one of the few Grand Masters of the literature of the fantastic. This one is the best yet.
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Despite being charged the full price instead of the stated 10.95. along with the Horrible On-going mistake by audible to Combine all the files into on large 5 hour block(Even when its a Short Story collection)
There is no way you can go wrong with Harlan Ellison Narrating his own Stories.
Energetic and Fantastic Stuff!!
Harlan reads his own work and that's always good. He always sounds a little unstable to me but it's a good kind of unstable if there is such a thing. It's a prickly kind of fun.
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