Johnny Angel Sea of Prosperity Audiobook, by John Williams Play Audiobook Sample

Johnny Angel Sea of Prosperity Audiobook

Johnny Angel Sea of Prosperity Audiobook, by John Williams Play Audiobook Sample
FlexPass™ Price: $12.95
$9.95 for new members!(Includes UNLIMITED podcast listening) Add to Cart learn more
Regular Price: $15.95 Add to Cart
Read By: John Williams Publisher: Author's Republic Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 3.50 hours at 1.5x Speed 2.63 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: December 2020 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781662182266

Quick Stats About this Audiobook

Total Audiobook Chapters:


Longest Chapter Length:

79:09 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

13 seconds

Average Chapter Length:

51:31 minutes

Audiobooks by this Author:


Other Audiobooks Written by John Williams: > View All...

Publisher Description

Johnny Angel issue 1: his first kiss Aboard an ex battle station, Space Station Quark, Johnny at 14, meets another boy at the swimming pool, a place he always goes to mix and find friends though mostly distinctly unsuccessful and for this reason easily falls for a boy of the same age named Robbie who confirms feelings Johnny never knew existed and they spend the night together. In the morning Robbie disappears and Johnny determined to find his first love, leaves SS Quark in the belief is no longer aboard and leaves with a wild mercenary privateer into a fleet of metal asteroids, pirate bases. But all is not lost, Johnny wakes up in bed with Robbie, though Johnny believes it was not a normal dream but some out of body experience that served as warning now he had found his true yearning, his life would no longer be sheltered.

Download and start listening now!

Johnny Angel Sea of Prosperity Listener Reviews

Be the first to write a review about this audiobook!

About John Williams

John Williams (1922–1994) was born in Texas. The poet and novelist taught at and received his PhD from the University of Missouri in the early 1950s. In 1955 he became the director of the University of Denver’s creative writing program, where he became the editor of the University of Denver Quarterly. He remained at Denver until his retirement in 1986. He was a cowinner of the 1973 National Book Award for Fiction for the novel Augustus.