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Audio

Audiobooks

1993

This Boy's Life by Tobias Wolff


1994
Season In Purgatory by Dominick Dunne


1995
Time And Again by Jack Finney
From Time To Time by Jack Finney
The Paperboy by Pete Dexter


1996
Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer
The Country Ahead Of Us, The Country Behind by David Guterson
Sacrament by Clive Barker
The Burning Man by Philip Margolin
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

1997
The Forgetting Room by Nick Bantock
Children's Book of Heroes by William J. Bennett,ed.
Omega ,Volume 4 by Patrick Lynch


1998
Bringing Out The Dead by Joe Connelly
Where Serpents Lie by T. Jefferson Parker
8.4 by Peter Hernon
The Rum Diary : The Long Lost Novels by Hunter S. Thompson

1999
The Reader by Bernhard Schlink
The Marching Season :Volumes 4 & 5 by Daniel Silva
Close Range -Wyoming Stories,Vol.4 by Annie Proulx
Our Sacred Honor : The Spirit of America by William J. Bennett,ed.
Gravity by Tess Gerritsen
Eddie's Bastard by William Kowalski

2000
The Fountain Society by Wes Craven
Rising Phoenix by Kyle Mills
The Tolling of the Hour by J. Michael Stracyzinski
Carrion Death Tales From the Crypt

2001
Seabiscuit : An American Legend by Lauren Hillenbrand
Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald Editor
Somewhere South of Here by William Kowalski
War Letters by Andrew Carroll, ed.

2002
Time Stops for No Mouse by Michael Hoeye
The English Assassin by Daniel Silva
One More for the Road by Ray Bradbury
The Sands of Time by Michael Hoeye

2003
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
The Devil's Banker by Christopher Reich

2004
The Big Bounce by Elmore Leonard
The Winter Queen by Boris Akunin
Murder on the Leviathan by Boris Akunin
Shadow Divers by Robert Kurson
Public Enemies by James Patterson
No Time Like Show Time by Michael Hoeye


2005
Honeymoon by James Patterson
Be Cool by Elmore Leonard
The Shining by Stephen King
Brokeback Mountain by Anne Proulx


Sound Clips

MP3 format:

Dying Young (1991) Victor Geddes

  1. You're not the first woman in my house . (18K)
  2. Uh actually, no, there was one with a shorter skirt, but he was never a candy striper. (53K)
  3. The incomparable Hiss and Weeks, 1910 . (25K)
  4. Yes, the idea is to kill the cancer, and not me. So anyway, there might be some reaction [what kind of?] oh, sweating, shaking and vomiting -- sometimes it makes me scream. (141K)
  5. Twinkie omelet (chuckle). (27K)
  6. Too late for spying, Malachi. (20K)
  7. Klimt again, it's called "the Kiss." (21K)
  8. Actually, no, we're going out. Aren't we? Going out? (54K)
  9. My mother said you don't have to like everything but you have to try everything. (30K)
  10. Shall we go back to the restaurant? (14K)
  11. I can say seventy miles an hour, I can say that! (18K)
  12. Believe me, I'm no threat, not after the chemotherapy. I just -- this is not part of the deal. Tell me to leave. (61K)
  13. If I drink this can I have a cigarette? (15K)
  14. Uh well, you like Klimt, right? You start with a book on modern art. Take a look at it, and you read it, and we talk, that's all. (60K)
  15. Wanna dance? (15K)
  16. Then I have only one thing to give you -- my heart. You can have my heart. (110K)
  17. Never dare a Geddes! (31K)
  18. Just enough to choke an ostrich! (13K)
  19. Warm...my lips are warm, too. (37K)
  20. I can read my own leaves. Yes, one of my many hidden talents, along with bocce and advanced masonry. (62K)
  21. I wanted her see me with hair. (49K)
Dead Again (1991) Doug O'Malley
  1. Uh, must be the dolmain. (35K)
  2. It's an Irish wedding band. (49K)
  3. Baby, whose clothes are these? (14K)
The Daytrippers (1995) Eddie Masler
  1. You'd look good on a bookjacket. (29K)
  2. Have you seen the view from the bedrooom? It's really worth seeing. . (32K)
  3. Yeah, whatever. (5K)
Hi Life (1998) Ray
  1. You left some CDs at my place. I'm not giving them back. We're even. (43K)
  2. Yeah, fa la la. . (14K)
  3. Thatt figures. We can leave now. (17K)
  4. You know, you're kinda fun. (17K)
  5. I hate you, but it's not your fault. . (16K)
  6. Oh, something Christmas-sy, how about -- hemlock? (38K)
  7. Okay. (17K)
  8. Could I have some rum in this please? Ohhh, you got any cigarettes back there? . (92K)
  9. What about him, could I take a pop at Santa? (19K)
  10. I want you for Christmas. (17K)
The Imposters (1998) Meistrich
  1. Yes, alright, diligent Lily -- until tonight. (79K)
  2. Lily, lily, lily. (70K)
  3. Ich, lieberlich. (29K)
  4. Oh, ze danger of the chase has made you perspire. It has also made me -- moist. (176K)
  5. Oh Lily. Lily, when I'm with you I feel like a young schoolboy -- full of hope, and wonder. (73K)
  6. Make a mistake like that next time, and I'll chop off your hands and let you drown in your own blood! (62K)
Top of the Food Chain (Invasion!) (1999)
Dr. Karel Lamonte
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  1. If I'm right, and God help us if I am, we may be the only people on earth who stand between these creatures and world-wide predation. (62K)
  2. It's more than that isn't it, you want to capture their advanced space rocket, and its hyper advanced scientific advances in advanced weaponry. (66K)
  3. A genetically engineered band of devil-worshipping serial killers or a Sasquatch type thing? I don't like the sound of that. (44K)
  4. A humanoid-eating predator race of moon men and girls? They must be here to breed and farm us. I believe the phrase is -- human farmer people. (74K)
  5. It appears that Miss Marlowe is not the banjo salesperson she pretends to be. (33K)
  6. Oh, uh, well, no, atomic scientist's life can be very lonely. There aren't many atomic lady scientists, after all. (74K)
  7. Well, nowhere are a community's moral standards more keenly observed than in its officers of the law. (51K)
  8. Well there are never enough -- vacuums. (25K)
  9. I dream of science, and how it can save mankind. (40K)
  10. My theory is that since cold fusion is beyond our grasp, we need to pursue something less -- cold, hence, cool fusion. (85K)
  11. Yodel .... (55K)
  12. Good people, I have discovered the dead remains of a human corpse, deceased, in the lumpy part of town, outside of town. (48K)
  13. The body was scavenged by a wild animal. This pattern of teethmarks is unusual. Anywhere from 200 and 202 teeth but I can't be any more specific than that. (92K)
  14. You see Sandy, everything will be alright. Our government is in charge, no harm will come to us. (51K)
  15. I got backbone, matter of fact when I was born I had a tail too, and that's just more backbone only it's furry. (44K) I know, it's Guy's line, but I laugh just thinking about it!
  16. You girls stay here in the motel. Lock the doors, watch the window, stay clothed. (40K)
  17. Well I could test the canned goods for lead. (37K)
  18. Well we can't very well walk up to them holding a white flag can we, Guy? It wouldn't stay white for very long, for one. (44K)
  19. Moon girl. (22K)
  20. Can't breathe, can't breathe! (44K)
  21. And I you, Miss -- Sandy, Sandy. (33K)
  22. Greetings moon men, and uh, uh, girls. I send warm salutations from all earthlings throughout the land and in whose name I welcome you to our beautiful planet. Here are many interesting flora and fauna... (114K)
  23. For God, in His infinite wisdom, creator of all things, including space invaders, though obviously He likes us better, bestowed television upon mankind, harmless to us, deadly to those who would destroy us, in exchange for which He demands only our unquestioning faith. Take heed -- take heed. (185K)

  24. "There are a bunch of people who are just addicted to those things, those audiobooks. They're awfully fun to do. You don't have to shave, and they only take two days. And you get to play all the characters. Seabiscuit was a joy. That's the greatest story on Earth." ~ Campbell Scott