This week wanted to introduce you to one of our favourite series. With The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt out in shops and Sword of Destiny in bookshops from tomorrow, there’s no better time to discover Peter Kenny’s superb narration of Andrzej Sapkowski’s classic novels of Geralt of Riva – the original Witcher books. The Last Wish, Blood of Elves, Time of Contempt and Baptism of Fire are all available from More
It’s week four of Cityread and for those of you who might have already finished Rivers of London we thought we’d share one of our favourite selections from the third book in the Peter Grant Mysteries: Whispers Under Ground.
Beware the Central line … It’s a brilliant section that is superbly narrated by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith.
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It’s week three of Cityread and for those of you who might have already finished Rivers of London we thought we’d share one of our favourite selections from the second book in the Peter Grant Mysteries: Moon Over Soho.
Training, explosions, and hunting for vestigia in Soho pubs… It’s a lovely section superbly narrated by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith.
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It’s week two of Cityread London 2015 and we’re continuing the celebrations by sharing one of our favourite audio extracts from Rivers of London with you.
Let us set the scene for you:
It’s a cold, wet January morning, and PC Peter Grant faces an unlikely witness to an unusual murder…
Listen to the first chapter of Rivers of London, the first book in Ben Aaronovitch’s bestselling Peter Grant series, superbly narrated by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith.
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It’s cold. And dark. The oxygen is running out. All around you men and vomiting, freezing, drifting between fitful consciousness and sleep. Somewhere above you a team of strangers, delayed and restricted by your own country’s bureaucracy, are desperately diving to try and get you out…
And it’s all real.