Recent Reviews

Huerfano: A Memoir of Life in the Counterculture
Roberta Price
Narrator: Roberta Price

MEMOIR:  In the late 1960’s the counterculture sprang into existence and communes were born. Roberta Price, recent graduate of Vassar, is given a grant to visit these communities and photograph them. Roberta and her husband, David, decide this life is the one they want to live. Making the decision to move to Huerfano, in southeast Colorado, is just the beginning of their adventure.

Adaptively Radiant
Joseph E. Henning
Narrator: Steve Carlson

YOUNG ADULT/INSPIRATIONAL/ FANTASY/SCI-FI:  Over his summer vacation from college, Justin Blackwood travels to Japan to visit family and to see the country.  During his cousin Kaito Saito’s 21st birthday party, they both discover they are to inherit a family heirloom, a knife, and a pocket watch.  They soon realize the knife unlocks the pocket watch, revealing a hidden map.  The two then set ou

SCI-FI:  Araminta’s team has abandoned her on the enemy’s space station, forcing her to fend for herself. Without any money or any friends to count on, her only chance is to find a way off the space station and back to Proxima, but so far, her contact has not showed up, and with each passing day, she grows more desperate. 

Recruits
Sara Jo
Cluff

DYSTOPIAN:  In the world of Emmie Woodard, Infinity Corp. makes the choices for you. Everything from what to wear, to what to eat, even one’s future — all of it is decided by Infinity Corp. Every year, the organization holds an event called “Recruitment”, a series of physical, mental and emotional challenges to predict the future of the Recruits, and their role in society. 

In “Regency Royal Navy Christmas” four different stories pass the revue, each focusing on Christmas during the Napoleonic Wars. The first story, “Boxing the Compass” focuses on a captain who is tasked to bring a convoy of convicts to Australia but longs for nothing more than to be reunited with his baby daughter.

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