‘Manchurian President’ Now Available on CD, MP3CD, and Tape

Publishers Weekly includes Manchurian President on its Fall 2010 Audio Listings.

Unfortunately, Amazon.com is showing a long delay in filling orders on any alternative media forms other than its own Kindle ebook and Audible downloadable version.

Fortunately, Blackstone Audio, which published The Manchurian President in audio formats, released on July 5, including the Audible version, has copies immediately available in CD (9), MP3CD, and on tapes (8). You can even listen to a sample of the reading by Sean Runette, an audio book award winner.

RBO also discovered another book review, dated June 13, at the Kansas City Conservative Examiner: “Best-seller The Manchurian President has a Kansas City connection.”

Just in case the Obots are expecting (hoping) Manchurian will disappear (that’s their plan for all things unpleasant, you know — ignore it and it’ll go away), it’s not happening. It’s still in the top 15 of Amazon’s Best Sellers for Nonfiction Politics and in the top 3 in three other categories.

Plus bookseller Tower Books has Manchurian listed in the #1 spot in Executive Branch and listed in the #2 spot in Politics and Events on its Hardcover Top 100 list.

Obviously, a whole lot of somebodies are reading and listening.


‘Manchurian President’ Available for Audio Download

An unabridged version of The New York Times Best Seller The Manchurian President by Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott was released in digital audiobook format on July 5 by Audible.com, an Amazon.com company. Narrated by Sean Runnette, a sample of the book is available on the website. Book length is 10 hrs and 41 mins.

With Audible books you can listen from your computer or burn Manchurian President to a CD. Audible also “works with Apple iPod and over 500 other devices.”