Literary Wonder & Adventure Show

Dream Tower Media's critically acclaimed monthly podcast featuring fascinating and fun conversations with authors and artists of fantasy, magic realism and science fiction, plus amusing skits, quips, and sound effects. In addition, approximately twice a year, fully produced audio adventures of fantastic stories are presented. Hosted by Robert Zoltan and his sidekick Edgar the Raven in the Dream Tower.
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Dec 11, 2016

Dream Tower Media is proud to present its first audiobook, a full dramatization of the mysterious sword and sorcery adventure, The Blue Lamp, by Robert Zoltan. Part of his Rogues of Merth series, The Blue Lamp features the recurring reluctant adventurers, the poet swordsman Dareon Vin, and his Indari warrior companion whom he has nicknamed Blue (his real tribal name is a secret known only to his tribe).

The dramatization is produced by Dream Tower Media, with music by composer and songwriter Robert Szeles (Kiss the Girl Music), promotional illustrations by Zoltan, and the voice talent of Robert Zoltan and Danita Bayer.

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The Blue Lamp was first published in Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. Here is some of the glowing praise from editors and magazine reviewers:

Adrian Simmons of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly:
“Adventure fiction in the classic style, Zoltan’s tale will take you from the mundane and into a world of magic and mystery not seen since the glory days of the pulps.”

Fletcher Vredenburgh of Black Gate Magazine:
A (SPOILER), a (SPOILER), and an eerie blue lamp figure in Robert Zoltan’s very fun and self-illustrated, “The Blue Lamp.” For any fan of Sword & Sorcery, those three things should be enough to make you read the story. We know what we like and when we seen it we flock to it like, well, moths.”

Nicky Magas of Tangent Online:
“…the prose, the dialogue, and characters do their part smoothly and come together to give the lesson that two swords are always better than one.”

The Story Goes Something Like This…
When Blue goes missing in the city of Merth for two days, Dareon’s search for his friend leads him to Ravel’s Exquisite Emporium, where he becomes prey to an unusual predatory salesman. Meanwhile, Blue fights for his life and perhaps his very soul, with the aid of Malika, a dancer from Khulan, against an otherworldly foe that seems omnipotent.

When is danger the safest path? How can you become victorious in a fight you cannot win?

Join Dareon and Blue and find out, in The Blue Lamp!

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