A THRONE OF BONES in audio

Thursday , 14, February 2019 1 Comment

Castalia House is pleased to announce that the first book in Vox Day’s Arts of Dark and Light epic fantasy series, A THRONE OF BONESis now available in audiobook+.

Manfully narrated by the indefatigable Jeremy Daw, A THRONE OF BONES is more than 30 hours of high-quality DRM-free MP4 format and retails for $29.99. The audiobook+ also includes the 934-page ebook in EPUB and Kindle formats.

Per Vox Day, “We waited literally years to find the right narrator for Selenoth, which was considerably more important than is the case with most audiobooks due to the sheer volume of content involved. In my opinion, Jeremy’s elegant English accent is ideal for both high fantasy and epic fantasy, and I prefer his voice to those belonging to both of the narrators who have voiced George Martin’s bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series.”

And yes, Jeremy will be narrating A SEA OF SKULLS once he is finished narrating SUMMA ELVETICA and the stories that did not make it into THE LAST WITCHKING & OTHER STORIES. This is the third Selenoth audiobook, which means that there is now 40 hours and 20 minutes of Selenoth-related audio content.

To whet your appetite for epic fantasy, Castalia House provides an extended audio sample of A THRONE OF BONES. It is a one-hour, 44-minute recording that covers the entire battle between the Chalonu, Vakhuyu, and Insobru tribes and Legio XVII, commanded by Sextus Valerius Corvus.

If you enjoy it, you might want to consider picking up all 31 hours and 22 minutes of the audiobook+.

One Comment
  • Fenton Wood says:

    As soon as the young officer disobeyed orders, I knew something bad was going to happen, and I was on the edge of my seat. This book is nominally a fantasy but it will appeal to fans of historical novels. I learned more about Roman culture and military discipline than I thought possible.

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