Shotgun Lovesongs

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Price
$39.99
Publisher
MacMillan Audio
Publish Date
Pages
8
Dimensions
5.13 X 0.84 X 6.11 inches | 0.53 pounds
Language
English
Type
Compact Disc
EAN/UPC
9781427236357
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About the Author

NICKOLAS BUTLER was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and raised in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. His writings have appeared in: Narrative Magazine, Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review Online, The Progressive, The Christian Science Monitor, and elsewhere. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Iowa Writer's Workshop, he currently lives in Wisconsin with his wife and their two children. Shotgun Lovesongs is his first novel.

ARI FLIAKOS is an actor with experience in television, radio, film, theater, and voiceovers. His narration of Seth Patrick's Reviver won an Audie for paranormal fiction. He has narrated Black Site and Tier One Wild by Dalton Fury, as well as Gangster Squad, The Inquisitor, and Shotgun Lovesongs. On screen, he is best-known for his roles in Law & Order, Pills, and Company K.

SCOTT SOWERS has narrated numerous audiobooks, including books by Douglas Preston, Robert Ludlum, John Hart, and Nicholas Sparks. He was named the 2008 Best Voice in Mystery & Suspense by AudioFile magazine. AudioFile also awarded Sowers an Earphones Award for his narration of John Hart's Down River, writing, "[providing] a bewitching rhythm and pace, expertly capturing and elevating this story of redemption. The combination of Hart and Sowers provides the perfect marriage of prose and voice. Together they enable the book to transcend genre fiction and become something exceptional."

Reviews

"Grabs the listener by the ears and doesn't let go... there's no question that all the narrators connect with the characters' emotional journeys." --AudioFile Magazine

"Using different narrators for the various characters is a brilliant move. Each is polished and well worth hearing." --Christian Science Monitor

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