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  • Naked City | Ellen Datlow (editor),Peter S. Beagle,Elizabeth Bear,Holly Black,Patricia Briggs,Jim Butcher,John Crowley,Jeffrey Ford

    Naked City

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs)
    • By Ellen Datlow (editor), Peter S. Beagle, Elizabeth Bear, and others
    • Narrated By Eliza Foss, Nicola Barber, Richard Topol
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    In this thrilling collection of original stories, some of today’s hottest paranormal authors delight, thrill and captivate readers with otherworldly tales of magic and mischief.

    Hallie says: "Not what I was looking for"
  • The Legend of Huma: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 1 | Richard A. Knaak

    The Legend of Huma: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Richard A. Knaak
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Only fragments of the account of Huma survived the Cataclysm that broke the world of Krynn. The fullness of his tale has never been told – until now. One man took up the call to defend the world against the Queen of Darkness. He was the first Hero of the Lance, driven by his devotion to the Oath and the Measure and his love for a silver dragon. His life made him a hero. Here is the tale that made him a legend….

    RYAN says: "Great story."
  • Kaz the Minotaur: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 4 | Richard A. Knaak

    Kaz the Minotaur: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Richard A. Knaak
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    After the defeat of the Dark Queen and the death of Huma Dragonbane, the most famous of the Knights of Solamnia, Kaz, the renegade minotaur, wanders through Krynn, telling the true tale of the land's most legendary hero, stalked by his enemies - a haunted soul, an outcast, a hero. But when Kaz hears rumors of evil incidents, he returns to warn the Knights of Solamnia - and is plunged into a dark nightmare of magic, danger and déjà vu.

    james b. says: "A well read good story."
  • Stormblade: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 2 | Nancy Varian Berberick

    Stormblade: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By Nancy Varian Berberick
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Deep in the cavern kingdom of Thorbardin, the powerful Stormblade is secretly crafted by an elderly dwarf-master. A Kingsword, it is intended to break the deadlock among the ruling council of Thanes. When Stormblade is stolen and turns up years later, a series of exciting and deadly events are set in motion. Only a heroic dwarf knows the magic of the legendary blade, and he sets out to recover the lost weapon. To do so, he must travel to a land rife with war and treachery.

  • The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came to Be | Michael Lux

    The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came to Be

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Michael Lux
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    This is an accessible book that delineates how progressives and the progressive movement have created the American idea and ideals, and forged the kind of country in which we want to live. It creates a platform from which to argue how progressives today are fighting to improve America, in contrast to how conservatives have always worked to defend the interests of elites.

    Vargas says: "An Interesting Perspective on Some Old Ideologies"
  • Weasel's Luck: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 3 | Michael Williams

    Weasel's Luck: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Michael Williams
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Galen Pathwarden, known unaffectionately as "the Weasel", would give anything to stay clear of adventure, danger, or heroism. But that is before young Galen is pitch-forked into the center of a centuries-old curse, one family blood-feud too many, and a knightly tournament unto death. Together, Galen, the great Solamnic Knight, Sir Bayard Brightblade, and a non-too-bright centaur Agion must overcome the schemes and traps of a sinister illusionist known only as the Scorpion.

  • Galen Beknighted: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 6 | Michael Williams

    Galen Beknighted: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Michael Williams
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Becoming a knight has changed the Weasel very little. Galen Pathwarden is still reluctant to adventure, still out to save his own skin at virtually any cost. But when his brother Brithelm vanishes mysteriously, Galen sets aside his better judgment and embarks on a quest that leads under the earth, deep into a conspiracy of darkness, and to the end of his courage. Galen returns to imperiled Solamnia in this exciting sequel to the top-selling Weasel's Luck, also by Michael Williams, the bard of the DragonLance Saga.

  • The Gates of Thorbardin: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 5 | Dan Parkinson

    The Gates of Thorbardin: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 5

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Dan Parkinson
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Deep beneath the mountain fortress of Skullcap, legend has it, are the remains of the dark wizard Fistandantilus and the path to the gates of the dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin. Buried somewhere along that perilous path is the magical helm of Grallen, son of King Duncan, tragic hero of the Dwarfgate War. The finder of Grallen's helm, it is prophesized, will be rewarded and honored by a united Thorbardin - but he will also open the gates of the realm to fresh horror and chaos.

  • The Candy Men: The Rollicking Life and Times of the Notorious Novel Candy | Nile Southern

    The Candy Men: The Rollicking Life and Times of the Notorious Novel Candy

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Nile Southern
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    In the spirit of VH1’s Behind the Music comes this revealing behind-the-scenes look at the making, breaking, remaking, pirating, filming and legal wrangling of the ‘60s cult phenomenon Candy. An erotic satire vaguely inspired by Voltaire’s Candide and penned under the name Maxwell Kenton (the nom de plume of its ex-pat coauthors, Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg), Candy was first published in 1958 by the notorious French publisher Maurice Giordias. The book was immediately banned, then reissued under the title Lollipop, banned again, then reissued again, sanitized in England and eventually shipped stateside, where thanks to Putnam and a slew of publishing pirates, it leapt to bestsellerdom and was eventually crowned "the world’s most talked about book." Southern’s own son, Nile, has recounted the novel’s bumpy and adventurous journey in a magnificent epistolary style, reprinting the correspondence between Candy’s authors, its publisher and its increasingly complicated web of involved parties. The compilation perfectly captures the "growing misunderstandings, temper tantrums, paranoid fixations, jealousies, dreams and utter despair that each of these men went through as they tried to regain control over their book lost in a miasma of cloudy copyright." (Miasma is an apt term: by the second half of the book the legal fog is so thick that it’s nearly impossible to keep track of who’s suing whom.)

  • Flash and Filigree | Terry Southern

    Flash and Filigree

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Terry Southern
    • Narrated By Richard Topol
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    Dr. Frederick Eichner, world-renowned dermatologist, is visited by the entrancingly irritating Felix Treevly who comes to him as a patient and stays as an obsession. Prosaic incidents blossom into bizarre developments with the sharpened reality of dreams as the spectral Mr. Treevly leads the doctor into a series of increasingly weird situations. With the assistance of a drunken private detective, a mad judge, a car crash, a game show called What’s My Disease, and a hashish party, Treevly drives Eichner to madness and mayhem.

    Darryl says: "liked other Southern better"
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