Mark Frauenfelder at BoingBoing takes a listen to a very special audiobook.
Allegedly filmed in 1976, though that seems dubious, since some of the items in the room look current.
“Fascinating and unpredictable, with shades of Stephen King and HP Lovecraft as well as Douglas Adams, [The Man from Primrose Lane] never loses touch with the human story of loss, guilt and fate that is at its core.” —Laura Wilson, The Guardian (UK)
“The Man from Primrose Lane barrels along, fueled by Renner’s addictive storytelling….It’s quite the interesting ride.”—The Denver Post
“A well-told story filled with darkness, horror, humor, and surprising tenderness. And that’s just the first part. There is a moment in this novel when the story moves in a way so unexpected I actually had to put it down and catch my breath. Go ahead, see what I mean. I’ll wait here for you.”—Charles Yu, author of How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe
“Features superbly drawn characters and escalates into a genre-bending narrative (noir, sci-fi, and more) of thrills and twists. A great choice for readers who enjoyed Tana French’s In the Woods or any work by Philip K. Dick.”—Library Journal
“Brilliantly intricate… [with] a fantastic finish [and] compelling, interesting characters… I couldn’t put The Man From Primrose Lane down.” —SF Signal