Published: Jun 29, 2017 01:16:58 pmCarol E. Leever
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A gaggle of monsters.
A talking cat.
And we're just getting started.
Young Omen Daenoth cannot control his deadly supernatural powers. The only thing keeping him from inadvertently destroying everyone and everything around him is a dragon-forged artifact. But when the item is stolen, Omen can either give up his freedom and admit he's a monster, or find a way to rein in his chaotic psionics.
Terrified his devastating power will kill an innocent, Omen enters into a shady deal with an undead alchemist and fights his way through the fabled, underground Night Games of the arcane city of Hex to retrieve what he has lost.
When he inadvertently frees a talking cat, his erratic powers may be the only weapon capable of protecting this new companion from savage creatures out for feline blood. Can Omen protect the cat and the people of Hex or will he be forever lost to darkness?
Published: Jun 16, 2017 01:42:08 pmCamilla Ochlan
NIGHT'S GIFT just had its sneak peek premiere at the HEAR Now Festival in Kansas City! On the stage of the Truman Forum at the Kansas City Public Library, P.J. captured the crowd's imagination with selections featuring our heroes striking an ill-conceived bargain with an undead alchemist and the first ever meeting between Omen and his forever companion Tormy, the talking cat of many talents.
As an author who spends most of my time hidden away in my office, huddled over my computer, this was a life-changing experience. The joy of seeing and hearing parts of the story performed in front of a live audience was otherworldly for me.
Carol and I cannot wait to share the book with everyone. And I am so happy that P.J. is willing to jump into the world Of Cats and Dragons and record the NIGHT'S GIFT audiobook! (Coming soon! Squeeee!!!!!!!!!!!)
P.J. Ochlan is an Audie Award-winning, multiple Earphones Award winning, and Voice Arts Award-nominated narrator of hundreds of audiobooks.
His acting career spans more than 30 years and has also included Broadway, the NY Shakespeare Festival under Joseph Papp, critically acclaimed feature films and television series regular roles.
Along the way he's worked with countless icons including Jodie Foster, Clint Eastwood, Robin Williams, Al Pacino and Garry Marshall.