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  Vergere The Fosh
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Anyone know when the unabridged audiobook for "Vision of the future" part 2 of the Thrawn duology is set to be released? I believe it was going to be released October 8th, but was pushed back. Cant seem to find any info. I tweeted at Random-house audio to no avail.
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Ask and you shall receive! December 3rd, 2013 good folks!
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Cool. Since this was the longest Star Wars book, I guess it will also be the longest audiobook Cool
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Cool. Since this was the longest Star Wars book, I guess it will also be the longest audiobook Cool


Holy crap, was it really? Huh, didn't know that.
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Caedus_16 wrote:
Darth Skuldren wrote:
Cool. Since this was the longest Star Wars book, I guess it will also be the longest audiobook Cool


Holy crap, was it really? Huh, didn't know that.


I though Star by Star was the longest?
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GrandMaster wrote:
Caedus_16 wrote:
Darth Skuldren wrote:
Cool. Since this was the longest Star Wars book, I guess it will also be the longest audiobook Cool


Holy crap, was it really? Huh, didn't know that.


I though Star by Star was the longest?


That's the impression I was under, and I thought Apocalypse followed it.
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Star by Star had a longer hardcover, but Vision of the Future had a longer paperpack.

Apocalypse is a bit shorter than either.
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According to Amazon.

Vision of the Future: Mass Market Paperback: 704 pages
Star by Star: Mass Market Paperback: 640 pages
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
According to Amazon.

Vision of the Future: Mass Market Paperback: 704 pages
Star by Star: Mass Market Paperback: 640 pages


I'm remembering now that Star by Star also includes the novella Recovery, which boosts the page count a bit.
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