“Remember when we told you that the delicious George Blagden had been tapped to narrate the latest audiobook in “The Bane Chronicles,” the exciting companion series to “The Infernal Devices” that explores the life and times of one Magnus Bane? Well! Now you can hear all about that same thing from the actor’s own (sensuous, full, ridiculously kissable) lips: just click to enjoy an EXCLUSIVE interview with George in which he talks about his first ever audiobook experience as the voice of “The Runaway Queen,” what it was like to go back to France—and back in time—after his work on “Les Miserables,” and what he likes best about Magnus Bane. It’s just his voice, but daaaamn, what a voice. Prepare to go weak in the knees at the way he says “narrator.” Also, “swashbuckling.” Also, all the other words in the English language.”
Yeah, they’re not wrong. :) George has a great voice. I love the way he says “amazing balloon rides.” And did I mention was stuck in a service elevator with me and Sarah? :)
A short excerpt of George Blagden narrating The Runaway Queen
Check out this fancy, fancy thing that I have…
a preview of What Really Happened In Peru, audiobook version
… you know, the one read by…
Mr Jesse Williams himself.
His Ragnor Fell voice is one of my FAVOURITE THINGS. The man is a THESPIAN.
I also wish to share the video of how Jesse Williams totally read words what Cassie and I wrote, and was unsurprisingly intelligent and handsome about the whole thing. ;)
I am overcome by the fabulousness that is happening here, how lucky I am to be involved, and by the fact this is ONLY THE BEGINNING of the Chronicles of Bane!
Links to Purchase: (purchase yet more of Jesse Williams’ amazing rendition of our tale…)
Clockwork Princess audiobook excerpt narrated by Daniel Sharman
Daniel Sharman recording the ‘Clockwork Princess’ audiobook!
This is the fun news I mentioned last week!
Hollywood Crush has the details:
If you’ve got any long flights or cross-country spring break road trips in your future, we’ve got a thoroughly enjoyable way for you to fill those long, quiet hours…and if you don’t, you might want to plan one, the better to enjoy the delicious Daniel Sharman as he reads one of your favorite books aloud. The “Teen Wolf” star has been officially tapped to record the audiobook of Cassandra Clare’s “Clockwork Princess”…and we are officially planning to fall asleep on the night of its release to the dulcet lullaby of fantastical steampunk fiction being read by a man with the world’s chiseled-est cheekbones.
Daniel’s great, and has a lovely British accent besides. I have to say, I am going to miss the accents now there are no more Clockwork books to record … :)
NEPHILIM CHILDREN’S RHYME ABOUT COLORS
Black for hunting through the night
For death and sorrow, the color’s white.
Gold for a bride in her wedding gown,
And red to call enchantment down.
this clip is from the audiobook of City of Lost Souls written by Cassandra Clare and read by Molly Quinn…