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Narrator Reviews has just reviewed CJ Martin’s novella, Two Tocks Before Midnight here. Wayne Farrell did a fantastic job with the sound as the review says.
I only have only good things to say about this narrator. Farrrell’s voice is rich, deep, and clear. He gives an excellent presentation of the text parts, as well as in expressing the characters. Farrell, has a good handle on proper emphasis, so each character is easily distinguished.
And here is a link to the ebook version at Amazon.
Two Tocks before Midnight by CJ Martin & Narrated by Wayne Farrell (Right click to download)
The audiobook is finished! It should hit the digital shelves of iTunes, Audible.com, and Amazon MP3 very soon.
My partner and I still do not have the novel ready, but here is the short story that started (or is starting) it all.
The bullet tore flesh from his left shoulder. Akira Tanaka yelped in pain but quickly regained his focus. He had been shot before and knew he would be shot again if he didn’t keep quiet. He took a moment to control his breathing and glance at the bloody wound. It was a lucky shot; he had been out of their line of sight.
Tanaka’s daughter has been kidnapped. He must face a group of determined yakuza to save her. This fast-paced 7,500 word story is the first in a series of thrilling adventures featuring Tanaka.
“Well written and puts you into the action right away.” – Larry LaVoie, author of Leap of Faith and other suspense/thriller/mystery novels.
Wayne Farrell, who has a wonderful and quite appropriate voice for the story, has agreed to record it as an audio ebook. More on this later…
Here is the working cover art that I just finished.
I hope to be able to post examples of Mr. Farrell’s talent soon, but until then… Two Tocks, the Audio Book, is coming soon!
If you haven’t read the novella, please check it out at Amazon, here.