The Division of the Damned will soon be released as an audiobook.
This means that as of September, (the month of release), my friends who have absolutely no wish to read anything can simply put the stereo/computer on, sit back and close their eyes as they're whisked off to Transylvania with Standartenführer Von Struck and his crew.
The Division of the Damned on audiobook, I'm seriously stoked about this new development. It shows that Thorstruck are committed to making an effort for those few they have on their books. It's also more coverage for me as well, the more you're out there, the more you're seen, right kids?
I also had a very nice Amazon write-up yesterday as well, bringing the tally of five star reviews to forty-eight, out of sixty-eight. Not bad for a nobody like myself... in fact bloody good truth be told.
Have a read:
Seemed perfectly plausible to me...,
Mike Church (Spain) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Division of the Damned (Kindle Edition)
I’m not remotely interested in vampires, I don’t much care for werewolves and, if truth be told, I’d rather not read about the atrocities of the Second World War. What possessed me, therefore, to buy this magnificent tale remains a mystery; and it is, of course, all the more to the author’s credit that I found myself thoroughly absorbed by this page-clicking adventure.
The depth of research and historical accuracy on offer here is such that we find ourselves happily suspending disbelief – vampires fighting alongside SS soldiers for heaven’s sake! – while wondering, Perhaps the history books haven’t quite told us the whole story?
Until you reach the last page, that is, when you fall back to earth with a bump, and remind yourself that daydreaming is all well and good, but it’s not going to put your dinner on the table.
Have a great weekend and good luck to Germany tonight in the World Cup Final!
As you were.
Great news indeed, Reggie, and a splendid review well deserved. Onward and upward, my friend, ever onward and upward. J x