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Audio Book

Oct 20, 2008

The Fruit Hunters has been released as an Audio Book by Tantor Audio. In this clip, Stephen Hoye tells the story of how my brother and I ran away from home to buy grape Bubblicious as kids:

Here’s the Publisher’s Weekly review of the 9-CD set:

The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession
Adam Leith Gollner, read by Stephen Hoye. Tantor Audio, unabridged, nine CDs, 11 hrs., $34.99 ISBN 9781400107452
The world is chockfull of fruits and Gollner’s goal is not only to taste as many as possible but to interact and explore those fully immersed in “fruit culture.” From fruitarians (fruit-eaters only) to fruit smugglers, Gollner reveals a side of fruits that many will find astonishing. He also succinctly educates listeners on the wide diversity and appeal of fruits and why so many cultures have such deep emotional—even erotic—relationships with these earthbound wonders. Gollner’s world travels provide many interesting details and explanations about the relationship between fruit and culture. Stephen Hoye captures Gollner’s excitement and energy quite well. Overall, his voice is relaxing, though he has an odd speech pattern of lingering a moment too long at the end of sentences.