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Gene Brewer - K-PAX MP3


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Brilliance Corporation







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Gene Brewer - K-PAX MP3


1Part Five (Left Channel Only)30:00
2Part Four (Right Channel Only)30:00
3Part Twelve (Right Channel Only)30:00
4Part Seven (Right Channel Only)30:00
5Part Eight (Right Channel Only)30:00
6Part Three (Right Channel Only)30:00
7Part One (Left Channel Only)30:00
8Part Eleven (Right Channel Only)30:00
9Part Two (Left Channel Only)30:00
10Part Six (Left Channel Only)30:00
11Part Nine (Left Channel Only)30:00
12Part Ten (Left Channel Only)30:00


  • Directed ByBill Weidemann
  • EngineerPaige Sherwood
  • Read ByTom Casaletto
  • Written-ByGene Brewer


K-PAX - a novel.
Packaged in 4.5" x 7" x 1.75" box housing three stacked c60 tapes in styrofoam. Playback of this six hour tape is achieved by setting the balance first to the far left, playing the entire tape, and then resetting the balance to the far right, and playing the tape again. Thus each tape is played twice in succession.
ISBN: 1-56100-627-0. EAN: 9781561006274.
(C) 1995 by Gene Brewer.
(P) 1995 by Brilliance Corporation
U.S. Patent #4855844, #5053891.

Before the Hollywood film arrived, this unabridged audio book delivered Gene Brewer's novel K-PAX to the ears. Tom Casaletto's reading of the book is nothing short of incredible. His handling of several voices is convincing and balanced, even in the midst of the complex plot line. K-Pax is the story of an amnesiac/delusional man who claims to be from another planet. The story is told from the point of view of Dr. Gene Brewer, a psychologist who fictionally represents the author of the same name. Not many science fiction novels are written in this book's difficult style which resembles scientific documentation, but is really clever fiction. Stanislaw Lem is another notable example of an author who can write fiction to appear as if it were a legitimate non-fiction report. This is exactly the spirit with which K-Pax is presented. These audio cassettes could very easily be confused with actual private audio documents from case histories of a working psychiatrist. Because the full book is presented on three tapes, six hours of storytelling give the listener plenty of savory details, and a much more intense experience than the later film. This is an excellent tape set.

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