Author(s): Eric Flint
Series: Ring of Fire Series No: 1
Genre: Sci Fi
Imprint: Sci-Fi Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (19.37 hours)
Product Number: Z04401
Released: Feb 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464018282
Narrator/s: George Guidall
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New York Times best-selling author Eric Flint has received glowing critical praise for his Ring of Fire alternate history series. In this first installment, a West Virginia town is transported from the year 2000 to 1631 Germany at the height of the Thirty Years' War. Thrust into conflict, the town residents must also contend with moral issues such as who should be considered a citizen. "Gripping and excellently detailed . A treat!"-Publishers Weekly


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Product Number:Z04401
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Author(s): Eric Flint
Narrator(s): George Guidall
Genre: Sci Fi
Product Number DF0059
Released: Mar 13, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464018251

Professional reviews

"Eric Flint's series has been running for 12 years, and this is the book that started it all. A small mining town in West Virginia is teleported through time and space to Germany during the Thirty Years War, and its inhabitants must learn to survive in this brutal age. Narrator George Guidall brings a quiet gravitas to the often gory proceedings. He uses regional accents lightly, preferring to portray the characters through cadence and the solid pronunciation of difficult Germanic words and phrases. His best moments come in the many scenes of dialogue when the characters banter and shout. Guidall never lets the dialogue get ahead of him, reading deliberately to keep even the most emotional scenes on an even keel. A.Z.W. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"

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