Max Quick 1: The Pocket and the Pendant is available as a Podiobook. It was available in paperback, hardcover, Kindle edition, and in PDF, but due to the bizarre nature of the publishing world those have all been pulled. HarperCollins bought the book, and in their infinite wisdom they have decided to stop selling it until 2011. But you can still download it free from Podiobooks. Whatever.
Max Quick 2: The Two Travelers is also on Podiobooks, and just like Max Quick 1 the print editions have been pulled. It’s a shame because the cover has a picture of my favorite building. The story really picks up in The Two Travelers. In both books Mark Jeffrey has done a great job of moving the story along and never falling in to the trap of relying on a simple mechanism (like a magical power) to fill pages (or minutes, as the case may be.)
Max Quick 3: The Bane of the Bondsman is currently being written. No word yet if it will be made in to a Podiobook, but I certainly hope so – especially since HarperCollins doesn’t want to sell books.
The author reads the podiobook himself, which I normally don’t care for, but Mark Jeffrey has done a great job with these productions.