Monday, March 26, 2012

93.5 Hours of Books and 3 Music CDs

Music on Round, Shiny, Thin Things

Cornershop and the Double-O Groove Of by Cornershop. British song singers.

WOW Hits 2012 by [bunch of people]. "30 of today's top Christian artists and hits" sing songs.

Minnesota Lumberjack Songs by Brian Miller. Gopher trills tunes.

Books on Compact Disc, The New Wave in Sound Technology

Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. 28 CDs at 33.5 hours. I read that the mini-series has a lot of nudity. This makes sense since young men tend to read a lot of fantasy novels. That short guy, Peter Dinklage, always does some good acting.

A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin. 31 CDs at 37 hours.
Tell All by Chuck Palahniuk. 5 CDs at 5.5 hours. This was on sale. Some humor novel set in "old Hollywood". Should the quote go before or after the period?

Private Lives of Pippa Lee by Rebecca Miller. 6 CDs at 7.5 hours. 50-year-old wife and her husband have moved to a smaller home in anticipation of retirement. Pippa's wild life from 30 years ago "has begun to seep in and invade her present."

Information Officer by Mark Mills. 8 CDs at 10 hours. Spy drama set on Malta during WWII while the island is under siege by the dirty, rotten, filthy, stinking nazis. I listened to this and thought the story was OK. But, Mills does a fantastic job with the setting.

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