The Last Witness Audio Excerpt

  • More Chapters from The Last Witness:
  • Chapter 1 - September 29, 2015

A master of dialects, P.J. Ochlan demonstrates his full range while narrating K.J. Parker’s The Last Witness. Ochlan’s audio credentials extend all the way back to 1987, when he got his start working as voiceover talent in commercials and other promotions. Since then, he has expanded his résumé to include radio personality, award-winning audiobook narrator, TV/film/theater performer, and vocal coach.

Ochlan’s ability to create distinctive characters throughout a tale lends itself perfectly to The Last Witness which, despite its novella status, holds true to Parker’s style and boasts a full cast of characters ranging from princes and courtiers to merchants, academics, and other generally unsavory people.

Listen to P.J. Ochlan reading an excerpt of K.J. Parker’s The Last Witness below.

 

K.J. Parker’s The Last Witness is available October 6th in paperback, ebook, and audio formats from Tor.com! From the catalog copy:

When you need a memory to be wiped, call me.

Transferring unwanted memories to my own mind is the only form of magic I’ve ever mastered. But now, I’m holding so many memories I’m not always sure which ones are actually mine, any more.

Some of them are sensitive; all of them are private. And there are those who are willing to kill to access the secrets I’m trying to bury…

You can find the audio edition at Audible or pre-order the ebook edition at the links below!

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