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Old 01-10-2014, 04:03 PM   #718
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Something completely different now. The latest in the Imager series by L. E. Modesitt, Jr. -- [B]Rex Regis:Imager Portfolio, Book 8[//b]. Excellently read by William Dufris. This is a series that I only read in audio books - I tried reading Modesitt in eBook, but it just didn't work as well for me as it does in audio book. IAC, I enjoy the series quite a bit, and recommend it. The books are a good size - 16-19 hours - without being huge. If you haven't tried the series yet, give Imager, the first in the series, a try. Worth a credit to see what you think. Or get the Kindle version from Amazon for $2.99, and then you get the Audible version for $9.95.
I have Modesitt's first Recluce audiobook, and it's high on my TBL list. Depending on how I feel about going straight into the next Codex Alera book, it might be up next.
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