Domnall and the Borrowed Child Audio Excerpt

    Sylvia Spruck Wrigley’s Domnall is old, achy, and cranky as they come (not to mention surrounded by fae idiots and cowards). Who better to give voice to this grump than one of AudioFile magazine’s “Best Voices” in audio, Tim Gerard Reynolds.

    Irish-born Reynolds is an actor and audiobook narrator whose career has taken him from Ireland, England, and France to regional theater in the U.S. and both on and off Broadway productions. Avid listeners may recognize from his work on the Earphone Award-winning audiobook of Pierce Brown’s Red Rising.

    Listen to an excerpt of Domnall and the Borrowed Child, read by Tim Gerard Reynolds below.

     

    Sylvia Spruck Wrigley’s Domnall and the Borrowed Child is available is available November 10th in paperback, ebook, and audio formats from Tor.com! From the catalog copy:

    The best and bravest faeries fell in the war against the Sluagh, and now the Council is packed with idiots and cowards. Domnall is old, aching, and as cranky as they come, but as much as he’d like to retire, he’s the best scout the Sithein court has left.

    When a fae child falls deathly ill, Domnall knows he’s the only one who can get her the medicine she needs: Mother’s milk. The old scout will face cunning humans, hungry wolves, and uncooperative sheep, to say nothing of his fellow fae!

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

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