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Author: E.E. 'Doc' Smith Narrator: Reed McColm Publisher: Books In Motion Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: July 2007 ISBN: 9781596078796
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Featuring even more technological wizardry, alien worlds, and all-out action than its predecessor, Skylark Three is hailed by many as the imaginative high point of the Skylark series. Download and start listening now!


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  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Crazy Ivan | 5/11/2019

    " I must say that at the time of this review, I cannot recommend this version of the story, since it is available for free on the LibreVox app with an at least equal if not superior narration. Reed McColm's narration, while certainly listenable, leaves some to be desired. The character voices are a little inconsistent and the reading has a halting character at times which takes me out of the story. To be fair to Mr. McColm, his reading improves vastly with other books such as the Lensman series. The story itself is very entertaining, if you enjoyed The Skylark of Space then you will enjoy this. And yes, it includes more of the deliciously-villainous-but-utterly-respectable Dr. Duquesne, who is my favorite character from the first book. Overall I recommend that you go for the free LibreVox version, even if this one was free I prefer the reading of the other. "

About the Narrator

Algis Budrys (1931–2008) was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, where his father served in the Lithuanian diplomatic corps. The family came to the United States when Budrys was five years old. A Renaissance man, he wrote stories and novels, and was an editor, critic, and reviewer, a teacher of aspiring writers, and a publisher. His science fiction novels include Rogue Moon, Hard Landing, Falling Torch, and many others. His Cold War science fiction thriller Who? was adapted for the screen, and he received many award nominations for his work.