Sit back and enjoy an excerpt from the SOUL SEARCH audiobook, available on Audible. In this clip, we introduce the Psychopomp. Like a seeing-eye dog, Zackie guides lost souls to the afterlife; like a therapy dog, she offers comfort to these souls and the dying. But faithful to a real Plott Hound, this character can be equal parts terrifying and amusing.
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2 thoughts on “Story Time with the Introvert”
…. The reading voice seems so neutral /civilized/ detached… Not at all how I picture Fia. Especially when a “nice” voice like that says “dead sons of bitches”… OTOH I don’t listen to a ton of audio books, and maybe my take on Fia is overly feisty?
Curious to hear what more seasoned listeners think.
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It might be like reading a book before seeing the movie. You get a certain mental image of the characters, and it’s always strange seeing who was cast. This is maybe the auditory version of that.