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Publisher Description

The Hand of Oberon is the fourth book of The Chronicles of Amber; an epic fantasy series written by six-time Hugo Award winning and three-time Nebula Award winning author, Roger Zelazny.

The ten books that make up the series are told in two story arcs: The Corwin Cycle and the Merlin Cycle.

The Audible audio rendition of this classic sci-fi/fantasy series is started off by 2012 Audie Award nominee, Alessandro Juliani, who reads the first five books that make up the Corwin Cycle and whose narration vividly brings the world of Amber to life.

Returning to Shadow Earth to investigate a threat against his life, Corwin discovers that the Jewel of Judgment has been stolen by his traitorous brother, Brand, who plans to use the enigmatic gem to reshape the universe.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
NARRATOR
AJ
Alessandro Juliani
LENGTH
05:20
hr min
RELEASED
2012
July 31
PUBLISHER
Audible Studios
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
256
MB

Customer Reviews

Humor4Fun ,

Great book, poor incarnation

The books are amazing, zelazny's attention to enough detail but not too much, and his ability to define thought processes is incredible. The original audiobooks were read by Zelazny himself and were much better than this.

I've listened to zelazny's readings of the while series over 10 times (unabridged) and these abridged versions just don't come close to the gruff tones that Zelazny embodies from his own writings. If you've never read these books, then do - that is, listen/read whatever you can get your hands on. The first 5 books are the best of the series, but my personal suggestion is that you find a copy of Sunset Prosuctions original recordings of Zelazny reading his own works.

Sithspice ,

WIMP IS READING THIS BOOK!

As a long-time fan (and collector) of Roger Zelazny's works I was excited to see itunes release this audiobook. Alas, one brief preview of Nine Princes and Hand of Oberon confirmed my worst fear that this collection has not been treated with the proper respect that it is due. The narrator has very little emotion in his reading and his voice is, well, just horrible for this type of series. Perhaps a true artist could have given this series a reading that would represent the work that the author put into it. A "no purchase" might send itunes a message.

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