Archive for October 15th, 2005

This part was really long, but treated of a variety of interesting subjects, from the value of tears to a good death. Of most note for modern listeners is the discourse on bad priests. Sadly, everything old does become new again. I was also particularly interested in the closely related section on the Eucharist, with the comparison of the Son to a fire which can be infinitely distributed without losing substance, and to the Sun.

There’s still one more part to go, but you can always read the whole thing over at CCEL. You can access the previous parts here: Book 1 and Book 2.


Part 15
Part 16
Part 17
Part 18
Part 19
Part 20
Part 21
Part 22
Part 23
Part 24
Part 25
Part 26
Part 27
Part 28
3 hrs. 45 min.


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Apology and Thanks

Once again, I didn’t manage to get a story into the archive.org queue fast enough. I will keep trying to keep up. But rest assured that the week’s books and stories will sooner or later get up on archive.org, even if I miss a day here and there. Also, you can always search for my audiobooks on archive.org (try “O’Brien” under “Open Source Audio”).

In other news, however, I was pleased to see just how many downloads some of my audiobooks had accumulated over on archive.org. At this point, “The Sword of Welleran” is the clear winner, but “The Dragon Fang….” story didn’t do badly. I don’t know if this was thanks to my mention on Flos Carmeli or my appearance on the links list at LibriVox, but it surely was nifty to see.

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