Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton

Eaters of the DeadFrom the bestselling author of Jurassic ParkTimeline, and Sphere comes an epic tale of unspeakable horror.

It is 922 A.D. The refined Arab courtier Ibn Fadlan is accompanying a party of Viking warriors back to their home. He is appalled by their customs—the gratuitous sexuality of their women, their disregard for cleanliness, and their cold-blooded sacrifices. As they enter the frozen, forbidden landscape of the North—where the day’s length does not equal the night’s, where after sunset the sky burns in streaks of color—Fadlan soon discovers that he has been unwillingly enlisted to combat the terrors in the night that come to slaughter the Vikings, the monsters of the mist that devour human flesh. But just how he will do it, Fadlan has no idea.

About Simon

Simon is an actor who found his way into audiobook narrating as a side-gig and seems to have made a success of it. With some training as an actor as a child (just a couple of hours a week, but it stuck) and 15 years working inside the BBC (ending up as one of the presenters/newsreaders on BBC Radio 4 in London) he found the ideal combination for an audiobook narrator. Found his way to California two decades ago and never left.

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6 Responses to Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton

  1. Shaya February 15, 2016 at 11:19 am #

    I’m really dying for you to update your website. I hope to see The Last Mortal Bond soon…

    • Simon March 10, 2016 at 1:51 pm #

      I hope to update it soon. ‘The Last Mortal Bond’ should be available soon.

  2. Mike November 9, 2015 at 4:53 pm #

    The 13th Warrior. Looking forward to it.

  3. Nannette September 11, 2015 at 5:30 pm #

    I am looking forward to this being released. Will you announce it on your twitter feed? Thank you.

    • Simon January 9, 2016 at 1:54 pm #

      Sorry I didn’t respond in a timely fashion – I hope, by now, you’ve found it online.

  4. Jeff April 5, 2015 at 1:41 pm #

    I have been a huge fan of Patrick O’Brien’s Master and Commander series since seeing the movie. I’ve read and re-read the entire series of 20 books in the past 14 years. I fell in love with Tall Ships, the Napoleonic Era and England, France, Spain and the rest of Europe (I’m an American). I recently checked out a library copy of several books in the series to see if I liked listening during a new, long drive to work. OH MY GOODNESS! Simon brought the books to life in a way that far, far exceeded the experience I got from reading the books OR of even seeing the movie. The words come to life, providing extra background and stimulating my imagination. I have checked out 4 more O’Brien books and I’ll be buying my own such as the new Crichton you are working on this year.

    Thank you Simon for such brilliant work! It has truly enriched my life.

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