Arwen Season IV-The Water planet is part one of a four part adventure that will stretch across the vastness of space and time. An exciting follow up to the Gyssyc trilogy, The Water Planet sets in motion events that will change the Arwen, her crew, Earth and the entire United Planets of the Corps forever. After three years of searching Professor Ricter believes he’s found the planet that will help save Ulliam from plummeting into its sun. It comes in the form of an unknown planet over 2,000 light-years from Earth and made entirely of water. He elitists his friend, Captain Marjorie Cook, to accompany him and his team to investigate. When they arrive a strange force disables the Arwen leaving it in an unstable orbit above a planet with three times the gravity of Earth.
By Timothy P. Callahan on Podiobooks.com
In this podiobook: The Gyssyc ship is in orbit above Ulliam; the Task force sent to meet them has been destroyed. Captain Cook fears the worst, the Gyssyc has declared war on the Ulliam. The crew of the Arwen must figure out what happened before a second fleet arrives, the fate of three races rests in their hands.The Arwen Season 2: Ulliam is the sequel to th Parsec award winning novella The Arwen Season 1: Regal.
By Tim Callahan
The Earth Alliance prepares itself for a new war. Two old enemy's have allied themselves with Regal, the planet the Arwen saved two years earlier, to build a massive Armada assigned to destroy Earth. Vice Admiral Payton Cook must defend the planet against insurmountable odds while Captain Cook does battle to save Ulliam from a deadly surprise attack. The Arwen: Season 3 is the final chapter of the Gyssyc trilogy which started with the Parsec award winning novella, the Arwen: Season one Regal, and continued with The Arwen Season two: Ulliam.
By Timothy Callahan
"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I will not call it my philosophy; for I did not make it. God and humanity made it; and it made me." This is a book about Everything, about the reasons for the entire Universe and the existance of Humanity. Andit's kinda funny. except for the serious parts and the sad parts. It's about all of life, and human life includes humor, drama and sadness, so that's all in the book, too. The chapters look longer than they are, each being roughly an hour -- and no, it wouldn't have worked to break them in half. I've found them a very quick listen. Hope you enjoy this book. If you liked Heretics, you'll like Orthodoxy, because it's Chesterton. And if you do, please share it, please comment about it, rate it, blog and podcast and Tweet about it. Oh, and let me know. :) The music is "The Rule," from Kevin MacLeod at http//incompetech.com. Thanks!
By G.K. Chesterton on Podiobooks.com
Josh Corwood has spent his life admiring the superheroes that protect Siegel City. He's wanted to join them, wanted to be like them... but eventually, had to settle for reporting on them from the sidelines. When an undiscovered talent reignites his hope to join the world's protectors, he suddenly discovers that their world isn't everything he'd been led to believe. Surrounded by false idols, Josh decides to turn the tables on them and reveal the greatest con game in history... and hopefully, in the process, find the real heroes that have long been gone.
By Blake M. Petit on Podiobooks.com
Jonathan Andrews, Initiate in the Seekers of the Arcane Unknown, joined the society two years ago with the hopes of protecting the secrets of magic from the greedy world beyond. However, a ravening shadow appears with a hunger for Seekers and Jonathan finds himself out of his depth. When Jonathan's friend is attacked and the young initiate is assailed with apocalyptic visions of the future, he must find a way to uncover the past and stop the beast before it tears his group, and the world, asunder. It's a ripping tale of magic, adventure and gunfights!
By Alex White on Podiobooks.com
Are UFOs Real? Over the last 60 years we have heard reports of unidentified flying objects . . . UFOs. We have heard from skeptics that they are all either imaginary, hallucinations, hoaxes or strange, but natural aerial phenomenon. On the opposite side of the fence, believers say that of all observed UFOs some 5% or so are real, solid objects. What is the reality of this? In this series, we will hear from both believers and skeptics alike to help our listeners determine: Are UFOs Real? And if they are real, what will be the impact on Earth, our technology, our environment and our society?
By T.L. Keller
In Betrayed, Aaron Turner defied politicians, defeated child slavers, and saved an entire people from exploitation by Isabella, his adopted country. Now, ten years later, he and Isabella have parted ways. Aaron has moved across the ocean to Jutland, intending to run a men’s clothing store in the small city of Galesword. Unfortunately, his lawyer and the One God have other plans. An emperor covets him. Heads of governments abhor him. Assassins and slavers and pirates want him dead. A lot to handle for a slightly built man with a Talent Stone and a growing dependency on wine, but Aaron is up to the challenge. Until his Stone is lost, his daughter is kidnapped, and the emperor reveals his plans.
By Mark Eller