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Pulp Mythology Audiobook - 8 hours [Download] #RA484D
Pulp Mythology Audiobook
 
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Pulp Mythology Audiobook
by Jaime Evans, Joel Jenkins, Barbara Doran and Fred Adams Jr.
Read by Paul Curtis
 
 
Legends Live Forever
 
Webster’s dictionary defines “Myth” as a traditional or legendary story, usually concerning some being or hero or event, with or without a determinable basis of fact or natural explanation, especially one that is concerned with deities or demigods and explains some practice, rite, or phenomenon of nature. A collection of myths is a mythology.
 
Airship 27 Productions now brings you four such tales of wonder and imagination as distilled through the minds of today’s New Pulp writers. The stories that have been handed down before the written word that still mesmerize and entertain us. In these pages you will find such eternal heroes as Hercules, Achilles, the Monkey King and Beowulf in classic adventures courtesy of Jaime Evans, Joel Jenkins, Barbara Doran and Fred Adams Jr.
 
In Pulp Mythology, ancient thrills are made new again and legends live forever.  Read with stirring excitement by Paul Curtis.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Hercules the Conqueror
by Jamie L. Evans
 
No Wrath Like a Nymph Scorned
by Joel Jenkins
 
The City in the Clouds
by Barbara Doran
 
Beowulf: The Schemes of Unferth
by Fred Adams Jr.
 
Procrustes
by Fred Adams Jr.
 

Paul Curtis was a truck driver for 23 years and that is where his fascination with old time radio and audiobooks began. Radio stars and narrators kept him company over the many miles. Now he is taking the opportunity to be the accompanying voice for the theater of the mind!

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