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  • Seventeen Stitches | Sean Eads

    Seventeen Stitches

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Sean Eads
    • Narrated By Jack Nolan
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    Lambda Literary and Shirley Jackson Award finalist Eads' first collection of surreal and dark fantastical fiction promises to caress the hackles raised while hearing about a ruthless Eva Braun's obsession with Rosie the Riveter, zombies who can be fascinated by reciting the plays of William Shakespeare, and troubled young men taken for ''correction'' at an institute who discover the shocking truth behind the promise of healing.

  • The Survivors | Sean Eads

    The Survivors

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Sean Eads
    • Narrated By Sergei Burbank
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The aliens have landed, and this time they're not hostile. They're just rude. Coming in waves of rocket ships, the aliens not only refuse to acknowledge the existence of Earth's cultures. They refuse to acknowledge the existence of humanity itself. The aliens by means of their bulk block entry into cars, grocery stores, even elevators...without malice or even purpose. No one knows what it's like to be ignored by the aliens more than Craig Mencken, an amateur journalist who writes inane copy for a magazine tycoon.

    Linda B says: "Decent story with some annoying aspects"
  • Lord Byron's Prophecy | Sean Eads

    Lord Byron's Prophecy

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Sean Eads
    • Narrated By Chad Tindale
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Lord Byron is troubled. Is his new poem a catharsis of self-loathing at being attracted to other men or an incantation that turns him into an incubus that seeks such sins? Or perhaps something much worse: an apocalyptic prophecy. Present-day Professor Adam Fane is beginning to suffer from what he believes is dementia, which causes him to have the same visions Byron experienced centuries ago. A closeted gay man, Professor Fane interprets these visions to be products of guilt.

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