Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Lovecraftian Thing a Day No.306: Elder Ice Audiobook


If you like your Lovecraftian fiction in your ears, then David Hambling's The Elder Ice is now available to download as an audiobook from Audible. I was fortunate enough to grab a free download from Mr. Hambling, which just goes to show that if you give me free stuff I will post about it on my blog. That said, I do happen to think this is a very fine novella, and the narration on the audio version is excellent (doing a very fine job of getting to grips with the linguistic foibles of protagonist Harry Stubbs). Buy it now - you know you want to.

3 comments:

  1. If you'd like a review copy of the ebook of the sequel, Broken Meats, you have only to ask -- or you can wait for the audiobook in a couple of months.

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    1. Hi David, that's very kind - I actually have Broken Meats, but the audiobook sounds tempting, so I will likely contact you about that nearer the release.

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    2. :) Have you read The Dulwich Horror & Others?

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