The Snail on the Slope Lib/E

Arkady Strugatsky (Author) Chris Andrew Ciulla (Read by)
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Product Details

Price
$90.00
Publisher
Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date
August 01, 2018
Dimensions
6.7 X 1.2 X 6.1 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Compact Disc
EAN/UPC
9781538515136
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About the Author

Arkady Strugatsky (1925-1991) was drafted into the Soviet army and trained at the Military Institute of Foreign Languages in Moscow, from which he graduated in 1949 as an interpreter of English and Japanese. He worked as a teacher and interpreter for the military until 1955, when he began to work as an editor and writer. In 1958 he began to collaborate with his brother, Boris. Along with his brother, he is one of the most famous and popular Russian writers of science fiction. Together they wrote twenty-five novels and novellas, and their books have been widely translated and made into a number of films.

Chris Andrew Ciulla is a versatile performer who has narrated over fifty audiobooks in genres including science fiction, fantasy, thrillers, and romance. He particularly excels at narrating sports-related nonfiction due to being a former sports radio host and a re-occurring sports show guest. In addition to narrating audiobooks, he does frequent film, television, and on-camera commercial work and has also voiced characters for the popular videogames Fallout 4 and Mafia III.

Boris Strugatsky (1933-2012) worked as an astronomer and computer engineer until 1966, when he became a full-time writer. Along with his brother, Arkady, he is one of the most famous and popular Russian writers of science fiction. Together they wrote twenty-five novels and novellas, and their books have been widely translated and made into a number of films.

Reviews

Intensely surreal...Approached as a meditation on the human inability to comprehend more than a very small part of the universe, this is a surprisingly satisfying, if often perplexing, work.

-- "Publishers Weekly"