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The Choir Boats, by Daniel A. Rabuzzi

Daniel A. Rabuzzi's acclaimed debut fantasy novel The Choir Boats is featured as Wowio's July Book of the Month.

During July 2010 only, the e-book version is FREE!
Reviewers describe it as "Gulliver's Travels crossed with The Golden Compass and a dollop of Pride and Prejudice," and "a muscular, Napoleonic-era fantasy that, like Philip Pullman's Dark Materials series, will appeal to both adult and young adult readers."

Fantasy Book Critic included The Choir Boats in his top ten 2009 Remarkable Small Press Reads and January Magazine named it a Top Ten Young Adult novel for 2009.

This special edition of the novel includes bonus illustrations by Deborah A. Mills. It's also DRM-free, so can be read on any PDF-compatible device and shared with friends.

Author's bio, a synopsis, and reviews are available at

The Choir Boats explores issues of race, gender, sin, and salvation, and includes a mysterious letter, knuckledogs, carkodrillos, smilax root, goat stew, and one very fierce golden cat.


July 19th - Tracie Hotchners' Authors on Animals • DW Quartet

William Sumner Saving The Baghdad Zoo
Philip Hoare The Whale
Justine Van Der Leun Marcus Of Umbria

Authors On Animals
Mondays at 7PM ET on Peconic Public Broadcasting
(Streamed LIVE at

•• •• •• ••

Deanna Witkowski Quartet

Zinc Bar
7:30-9 pm (one set only!)
82 W 3rd St (btw Thompson/Sullivan)
$7 cover

w/Felipe Salles, tenor and soprano sax
Michael O'Brien, electric bass
Mauricio Zottarelli, drums
and Deanna on piano and vocal

Click here to watch a video of the
DW Quartet performing live at
Ao Vivo Music in São Paulo, Brazil.