Before I jumped into the Audiobook world as a narrator, I was first a fan. I’d go through a book a week, and the genres varied, but I love a good series that makes you eagerly await the next book’s release.
We’ve all heard of Harry Potter. Billions have read the Twilight Saga, and millions more, The Divergent Series. All brilliant in their own right and thriving across all platforms, including the box office. But now it’s time to introduce the “OtherSide Series” by Jay Michael Night.
I’m honored that Jay chose me to narrate the first book in the series called “The Source of Death.“
Not only was it a story that was a joy to perform, but as a fan, it was a book I couldn’t put down. The first chapter, New York City 1999, is below for your preview. I hope you enjoy this fun and exciting world Jay so wonderfully created. Also, be on the lookout for the second book due in the summer of 2023.
To purchase “The Source of Death” and support the series, head to Audible.com or Apple Books.
Limited promo codes are available. To request one, email Brandon@bpvoiceovers.com. Subject “The Source of Death Promo”
On the night that monsters with glowing eyes took everything away….
Mikey Black’s mother had said he was special. But the gift, if you could call it that. The thing that had kept him alive and not his parents. It only brought crippling loneliness.
Mikey spent years being tossed between foster homes, never lasting more than a month. He couldn’t blame any of the families though. Anyone around him starts to get sick. Deathly sick.
It didn’t take long for people to figure out he was doing something to them. All Mikey wanted was answers. What is wrong with him? Why was his family attacked that night? Those answers never came, and he knew he’d never belong.
Until the day a kind-hearted mailman named Arthur asked to adopt him. Amazingly, Arthur seemed unaffected by Mikey’s “gift.” But his new foster father had a secret.
After an accidental headbutt at school ends in an attack with strange magic, Mikey begins to unravel the mystery of who—and what, he really is.