Wil Wheaton reads Peter and Max, a Fables novel


11 Responses to “Wil Wheaton reads Peter and Max, a Fables novel”

  1. Anonymous says:

    #1 yes, you get a DRM free MP3 file on a disk if you buy it via the link

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  3. weeble says:

    Which format did you get it on, Cory? Am I right in thinking that the DRM-free MP3 is only available on a CD? I only use Ubuntu and as far as I can tell Audible is worthless to me. :(

  4. Anonymous says:

    I also like hWil hWheaton’s effort in this audiobook.

    I’ve been listening to it for the past week, and it’s very nicely done.

  5. jramboz says:

    This one was on my “to listen” list for a while before I even noticed that Mr. Wheaton was the narrator. Then one day I was picking my next audiobook, and said to myself:

    “Hey, this audiobook has 100% more Wil Wheaton than most other audiobooks! Sold!”

    Seriously. I said that. It was awesome.

  6. Wil Wheaton says:

    I had an incredibly good time performing this novel. It was even more important to me than usual that it didn’t suck, because I’m such a huge fan of Bill’s work, and he’d asked me personally to narrate Peter and Max.

    I’m chuffed that you liked it, Cory. Thanks!

  7. abstract_reg says:

    Is there a word for the feeling you get when you are discussing someone and then they suddenly show up? Cause this happens on Boing Boing ALL THE TIME.

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