In this podiobook: Far from home...Rosemary Halpern, a mild-mannered librarian from Boston, found herself trapped hundreds of years in the future. A future that faced a new Ice Age. A future where ghouls walked the Earth, ravenous for human flesh.A world where she was drawn to a man who was already dead...
Odd Jobs is a comic caper love story about Mountie women and layabout men, house and family, script-writers and cat-burglars. A modern tale of movie magic in the wrong hands: the Big Lebowski meets Elmore Leonard's niece.
Allele Island is a beachcomber's paradise for a charming little primate named Eena Beena, who tends her stretch of beach-and the hapless castaways who wash up there-as if it were her own private garden. Everything changes when a deranged ape named Prospero arrives with plans to kidnap the island's queen for an evil experiment that threatens the world. A novel of adventure, word play, and high literary nonsense for young listeners (7 to 12 years old).
In this podiobook: Dal Timgar always wanted to be a doctor. As a Garvian and the first non-human to study medicine on Hospital Earth, he must face enormous adversity from classmates, professors, and some of the highest ranking physicians on all of Earth. Will his efforts be enough to earn him the Silver Star of a Star Surgeon.Star Surgeon is the 1959 novel by Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992) and is currently in the public domain in the U.S.Read by Scott D. Farquhar of Prometheus Radio Theatre
In this podiobook: Beauregaard Sweet became invisible, but his troubles began when he suddenly reappeared. Now everybody wants something from him. Manny the mechanic wants his wife. Sharad LeMaster wants his secret. Emma Biggs wants another shot at the TV news, the leaders of the Four Tribes want to send him back to wherever it was he'd gone, and all he wants to do is eat some donuts and watch reality TV. 'Secret Sidewalk' tells the tale as 11 year old Marcus tries to talk his little brother ...
In this podiobook: "Sellout" was written by Brad Lockwood in 1997 and released as a paperback novella in 2000. Selling remarkably well, Lockwood hit the recording studio to make the audio book of his dreams - featuring 14 performers, an original soundtrack and sound effects, "Sellout" was released as a 2 CD set in late 2000; nominated for multiple Audie Awards and gaining a cult following, only now has "Sellout" been released in digital/podiobook form. Brad Lockwood is the author of 5 books, ...
In this podiobook: The Gyssyc ship is in orbit above Ulliam; the Task force sent to meet them has been destroyed. Captain Cook fears the worst, the Gyssyc has declared war on the Ulliam. The crew of the Arwen must figure out what happened before a second fleet arrives, the fate of three races rests in their hands.The Arwen Season 2: Ulliam is the sequel to th Parsec award winning novella The Arwen Season 1: Regal.
In this podiobook: The eX-Wife Files Mark Forman's first sci-fi detective short story is in the vein of Philip K. Dick's BladeRunner(Do Androids Dream of Electronic Sheep), Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe, and Dashiell Hammett's Sam Spade. Find out what makes Agent Jack Mauldher tick. Is it busting the various Extra-T's(extra-terrestrials) that appear on his watch? The many women that were or are in his life? His love of talking about himself and his conquests: alien and female? Listen in ...
In this the final chapter of Odd Jobs, Marty faces his biggest challenge yet.
In this the second last chapter of Odd Jobs, Chick, FitZ, and Donald all have a whopper surprise for Marty.
We open Act III as Marty and Chick try to figure out where they stand, and FitZ has yet more surprises for Marty.
FitZ and Donald share some quality time with the rotweilers, Frances makes a move, and Chick and Marty try to cool things down. We end Act II with a little surprise.
Chapter 13 opens with a surprise visitor to Marty’s garage, and ends with yet another FitZ escapade.
Chick gets just a little too close, and hot, for comfort, and FitZ reveals his new plan. While in the present tense, in Marty's garage, Donald re-enacts some old movie favourites, with Marty as prop and stunt-dummy.
Chick gets just a little too close, and hot, for comfort, and FitZ reveals his new plan. While in the present tense, in Marty’s garage, Donald re-enacts some old movie favourites, with Marty as prop and stunt-dummy.
Marty and FitZ try to dig their way out of trouble, and Marty finds himself the center of attention at an unwanted dinner party.
-In this episode: Life with Donald and FitZ begins to get just a little too real for Marty.
-In this episode: FitZ tells Marty just what he has in mind with his Act 1 Scene 1 shenanigans, and hires a "technical consultant" to help out. Marty witnesses something truly shocking outside his garage.
-In this episode: Marty spends some quality time with Susan, and finds out just what FitZ has up his sleeve.
-In this episode: We ended Act I with Marty and Frances starting their new life together, only to find Chick has returned, and moved in next door. Now we open Act II with Chapter 6, as Marty adjusts to the shock of ChickÕs return, and a few further surprises.
-In this episode: Emma Biggs and the local TV news lay siege to the Buena Vista Trailer Park, demanding the release of Beauregaard Sweet.
-In this episode: Marty finds an unusual job, where he meets Frances, the empathic Stevie Nicks of the night. Meanwhile, in the present tense, our treed hero tries to make a run for it. We end Act I with a little surprise.
-In this episode: The leaders of the Four Tribes come together to deliberate on the meaning of Levantin and the problem of Beauregaard Sweet.
-In this episode: FitZ and Marty go into "business" together, and Chick makes a few decisions of her own. None of their three lives will ever be the same.
-In this episode: Mister Pete kidnaps Sugar from Manny's office and takes him to Sharad's famous Trailer Seventeen for questioning.
-In this episode: Marty tries to redeem himself in the eyes of Chick and her Westmount family. He has his life epiphany, and fate delivers him the perfect partner: John Fitzgerald, the Al Capone of Entrepeneurs.
-In this episode: Kansas, a Sawdust boy who can fly, but not very well, discovers the formerly invisible Beauregaard Sweet in an alley outside of Karly's father's bakery.
-In this episode: Our hero meets the woman of his dreams, his femme fatale, that sexual dynamo, Chick Armstrong. A Mountie like no other.
-In this episode: Little Ben can't sleep. His older brother, Marcus, leads him to the secret sidewalk and begins to tell him the story of The Dark Rider, otherwise known as a kid named Phil.
-In this episode: We meet our hero, Marty Drysdale, as he waxes lyrical about his house, reveals his life-dream, and finds himself in a sticky situation.
The final chapter and epilogue
-In this episode: "How can I miss me?" When the familiar nothing answered, I went to the store and bought some smokes. So I wouldn't feel so alone.
-In this episode: Jazz wrapped their life into a ball and I gave her a bag to carry it in. She offered only a sigh while making sure she'd gotten everything with one final quick look.
-In this episode: "Gill! Oh Gill! What have you done?"
-In this episode: And, the more I walked, the more I knew, and the more I knew, the more I walked. I was wide awake the next day.
-In this episode: "Cashing my check, buying smokes, visiting the old school..." Viv's story starts to crumble, and Gil's suspicions swirl.
-In this episode: Dal meets with his friend and mentor, Dr. Thorvold Arnquist. They discuss recent events and Dal's future now that his probationary period has concluded.
-In this episode: "The living arrangements were working out fine until that Tuesday night." Gil drives out to pickup Jazz in the realm of the suburban kings. Seeing swollen lips and a shocking scene, nothing will be ever be same...
The battle to protect the Gyssyc ship ends in a major catastrophe
-In this episode: Dal's tasks and challenges so far were nothing compared to the current trial before him. He is forced to rely on the support and judgement of the only person who matters... Himself.
-In this episode: "The sleeping accomodations were simple. Viv grabbed the couch and Jazz and I took the bed... So we remained in their home; Viv scouring, Jazz shopping, and me watching."
The Ulliam fleet arrives ready to do battle with Gyssyc.
-In this episode: The Lancet departs from 31 Brucker VII. The plague has ended and the doctors have signed a new contract. The warm welcome they expect is replaced by a showdown with Dr. Hugo Tanner.
-In this episode: "Have you seen anyone living in that house?" The cops come by to check on Viv and Sis's old house - and Gil must confront the terrific panic he gets when faced with police. Mailing Viv's story and adjusting to their new situation, "W
Kel lands on Ullliam on a mission which could end the war.
-In this episode: The truth about the plague is discovered and the doctors are placed in danger. Dal confronts the Bruckians with the truth, and this leads to a solution.
-In this episode: Viv's tale told, Gil must deal with the implications - and another twist - Viv and Sis now need a new home... Who else to turn to but their new friend?
-In this episode: Admiral Cook makes his decision about the Merriam situation.
-In this episode: The virus causing the plague on 31 Brucker VII seems impossible to combat until Fuzzy provides a possible solution.
-In this episode: Drinking shots, bumming smokes and lights, Gil doesn't see Viv for a day - but he was there... And then Viv's tale is told. A young boy and a birdfeeder - bought at the new Wal-Mart.
The second task force arrives in the Ulliam system
-In this episode: Jack, Tiger, and Dal find it impossible to figure out the cause of the plague on 31 Brucker VII. Until help comes from a direction they least expect.
-In this episode: Gil sets to writing, finishing, ending... Then boldly dares Viv to do his nothing.
Fran's theory on Ducket's behavior anger Professor Ricter. The Arwen rescues a defector from Ulliam.
-In this episode: The doctors receive a desperate call for help from a supposedly uninhabited planet.
-In this episode: "If you're Chucky then I'm Viv..."Viv's stitches are removed with a can opener and dull knife, and he takes Gil to celebrate - using a credit card that has somehow appeared...Stinking of booze and lying like the horribly expensive lawyers t
Captain Cook returns to the Arwen.
-In this episode: Two events shake up the crews' routine. First, Fuzzy suffers a ship-board tragedy. Then the doctors encounter a Tradeship from Dal's home planet.