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Ethan Eternal show

Ethan EternalJoin Now to Follow

Ethan Eternal is a dark thriller by Cyrus Martin. This story follows a series of traumatic and horrifying events that take the lives of a boy and his mother. The father sets out for revenge but soon discovers that his enemy is a powerful and twisted monster. With the help of his wife’s sister and a mysterious Texas Ranger, Kevin Hill will try to discover why his world was destroyed as he struggles to avenge his lost family.

By OneManAsylum.com

Michael Maritus show

Michael MaritusJoin Now to Follow

Michael Maritus is the second volume of The Perry Long Saga. This novel continues the story from Ethan Eternal and follows the journey of a Texas Ranger who finds himself thrown into a new world where the impossible has become reality and the darkest monsters walk among us. He must help a young girl face her twisted past and confront a sadistic murderer who has scarred her in unspeakable ways. Perry must also come to terms with his own demons as he struggles to understand his new nature and what he has now become. This is a violent and disturbing tale. You have been warned.

The Promethead a Post Apocalytic Space Opera by A A Roi show

The Promethead a Post Apocalytic Space Opera by A A RoiJoin Now to Follow

What is The Promethead? This is the story of Althea Ram, exile from the remains of a vast galactic civilization, driven to unravel the truth of what caused the apocalypse that destroyed it - the wonders and horrors of her universe. It is a science-fiction oddyssey with ideas and concepts drawn from the breadth of the SF continuum. It - combines elements familiar to science fiction fans including artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, interstellar politics, genetics, cybernetics and psionics woven into one complete narrative epic. For those of you that have enjoyed Media and Written SF such as Battlestar Galactica, Ian M. Banks Culture, Stargate, Alistair Reynold's Revelation Space, The Matrix and others, The Promethead offers uniquely drawn storyline exploring much of what you enjoy. "A fresh story line that gave nothing away." "It sucked me in and left me wanting more." - recent review on Amazon.com

新刊ラジオ ― 「話題の本を耳で読む」新刊JP公式ポッドキャスティング show

新刊ラジオ ― 「話題の本を耳で読む」新刊JP公式ポッドキャスティングJoin Now to Follow

「話題の本や新刊を耳で立ち読み!」新刊JPが平日毎日お送りするポッドキャストラジオ番組。ブックナビゲーター矢島が、ドラマを交えつつ新刊書籍の紹介をします。

Hunting Elf Podcast show

Hunting Elf PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A comedic novel about a rascally purebred Silky Terrier and his accidental owners--and the nefarious show dog breeders who will do anything--including commit murder-- to dognap him.

Librivox: Majoor Frans by Bosboom-Toussaint, A.L.G. show

Librivox: Majoor Frans by Bosboom-Toussaint, A.L.G.Join Now to Follow

An impoverished young nobleman, Leopold, has unexpectedly been left a large fortune at the death of a distant relative – under one condition: that he marry a young cousin of hers. This young woman, called Francis, has been raised by her grandfather, who is a general. She has had an unconventional upbringing which has left her independent, outspoken and rough in her manners, with a love for horse riding and fencing, and a resolution never to marry. This unwomanly behavior has earned her the nickname “Major Frans”. Leopold falls in love with her, and decides to try and win her as his bride. This book, written in 1874, is considered a character novel influenced by the emerging women emancipation movements of the time. [Description written by Anna Simon].

By LibriVox

Escape Pod show

Escape PodJoin Now to Follow

The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine. Each week Escape Pod delivers science fiction short stories from today's best authors. Listen today, and hear the new sound of science fiction!

By Escape Artists, Inc

SQPN: Secrets of Harry Potter show

SQPN: Secrets of Harry PotterJoin Now to Follow

Unlock the secrets of the Harry Potter series! Explore the symbols and themes in the books of J.K. Rowling.

By SQPN

Griffin Poetry Prize show

Griffin Poetry PrizeJoin Now to Follow

The Griffin Poetry Prize was launched in September, 2000 by Trustees Margaret Atwood, Scott Griffin, Robert Hass, Michael Ondaatje, Robin Robertson and David Young. Most recently, Carolyn Forché has joined the group of Trustees who each year selected the judges for the Griffin Poetry Prize. The Griffin Trust For Excellence In Poetry was created to serve and encourage poetry written in English anywhere in the world. The Griffin Trust annually awards two prizes - an International and a Canadian award - for a total of $100,000 (Cdn). The Griffin Poetry Prize Web site further encourages an appreciation for poetry by offering samples of the works of the poets who have been shortlisted for these awards, in text, audio and video formats.