Here is what they had to say about my newest book:
Hollow World by Michael J. Sullivan was originally Kickstarter-funded, then officially released just a bit early in print/ebook by Tachyon. Finally (though, admittedly, on the long-announced release date) the audiobook edition is here, read by Jonathan Davis for Recorded Books. While on the one hand I’m sad to see a Sullivan title not read by Tim Gerard Reynolds (who has read all of Sullivan’s epic fantasy Riyria books), on the other hand: Jonathan Davis! whom I’ve enjoyed immensely on a long list of audiobooks, giving an instantly and dramatically different flavor to this first science fiction novel from best-selling fantasist Sullivan. “The future is coming … for some, sooner than others. Ellis Rogers is an ordinary man who is about to embark on an extraordinary journey. The fifty-eight-year-old ex–auto factory worker has played it safe all his life. But when he is faced with a terminal illness and has nothing left to lose, Ellis takes an insane gamble on a reckless plan. He has built a time machine in his garage, and intends to use it to search for a cure for his disease in the future. If it works, he’ll face a world that challenges his understanding of what it means to be human, what it takes to love, and the cost of paradise. He could find more than a cure; he might find what everyone has been searching for since time began … but only if he can survive the Hollow World.”
I've already added the others to my wish list - and I'm sure I have some great listens ahead of me.