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Stefan Rudnicki
Stefan was born in Krakow and then, went West, young man. He has produced, directed, and/or executive produced over 3,000 audiobooks for Skyboat Media, Audible, Inc., Blackstone Audio, Dove Audio, MacMillan Audio and Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group. He has narrated hundreds of... show more

Stefan was born in Krakow and then, went West, young man. He has produced, directed, and/or executive produced over 3,000 audiobooks for Skyboat Media, Audible, Inc., Blackstone Audio, Dove Audio, MacMillan Audio and Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group. He has narrated hundreds of audiobooks and multiple titles by Orson Scott Card, Charles McCarry, Alex Bledsoe, Ben Bova, Vladimir Nabokov, and Louis L'Amour. Stefan has won 2 Grammy Awards and a 2014 Hugo Award. He is publisher of Skyboat's new audiobook line launched in 2014. He lives under the swaying palm trees of sunny California.
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Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Themis-Athena's Garden of Books rated it 3 months ago
A day late (though hopefully not a dollar short), here's my "second bingo week" summary; and it's a summary of a much better week than the first one turned out to be. (So, yey!) For one thing this is due to the books, all of which were either outright winners or at least enjoyable on some level or...
Got My Book
Got My Book rated it 3 years ago
An interesting YA prequel to a long running (though now complete) NA SF series. He was just a freckle-faced, red-headed kid with green eyes and a strangely compelling stare when Mather Mastiff first saw him an the auctioneer's block. One hundred credits and he was hers. For years the old woman ...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 3 years ago
There is nothing that I can say about either of these two absolute classics that hasn't been said before, except that until I re-read The Black Cat this year just after I re-read the The Raven, it had not really struck me how similar the narrators are with respect to the process they are going throu...
susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 4 years ago
This is one of those classics that I somehow missed until I won a copy. I’m very glad it came to my attention. It’s a very interesting mix of alternate history (what if the Nazis had won their war?), time travel, and a retelling of the Wild Hunt. The story starts off slow, with hints of ‘something n...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 4 years ago
Many of these stories are re-reads for me, but on the re-read I found that I loved them better on the first read. What I love about them now, are mostly the memories I connect with the stories: The Black Cat will always remind me of an English teacher who I once advised to seek help for his obsess...
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