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Publisher's Summary

This story bundle includes three novellas and a bonus!
Pale Rider: Zombies Versus Dinosaurs
Magic Factory
Summer Sword
Frankenstein: IT Support (bonus)
©2015 James Livingood (P)2015 James Livingood
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4 out of 5 stars
By Fascinatingbooks on 10-04-15

Three Imaginative and Original Novellas

Would you consider the audio edition of Paperbackward Story Bundle: Pale Rider, Magic Factory, and Summer Sword to be better than the print version?

I didn't get the print version, but I had no trouble listening to and understanding the audio version. Michael C. Gwynne ,Michael Gilboe and Jack Nolan are excellent narrators, each perfectly suited to the story they narrated.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Paperbackward Story Bundle: Pale Rider, Magic Factory, and Summer Sword?

Actually, what made them memorable was the very original nature of each story, and that three very different readers narrated them. The tone was post apocalyptic in the first, whimsical in the second, and very magical in the third. The narrators did a good job conveying the moods.

What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The three very different readers that narrated them. The tone was post apocalyptic in the first, whimsical in the second, and very magical in the third. The narrators did a good job conveying the moods. The first reader reminded me of the late great Frank Muller, the second was kind of like a Harry Potter reader and the third conveyed the magical interaction with wind vespers.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I actually listened to each story individually to accommodate the change in mood for each one.

Any additional comments?

My main though was that these stories were too short! That they were so rich in content, so imaginative and filled with interesting characters, each one could have been expanded into a complete novel. I'm hoping James Livingood plans on adding to the complex and varried worlds he has created. I was given a copy for review, but I would gladly buy the next thing he writes.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Deedra on 05-17-16

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3 hours of fun and fantasy narrated nicely by Michael C. Gwynne, Michael Gilboe, Jack Nolan.My favorite was The Magic Factory.I was given this book free of charge for an honest review.

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