Pieces of Hate Audio Excerpt

  • More Chapters from Pieces of Hate:
  • Chapter 1 - March 25, 2016

A skillful narrator who has worked on everything from Nicholas Sparks to James Patterson, Scott Sowers lends his vocal talents to Tim Lebbon’s Pieces of Hate, the first novella in the dark fantasy Assassins series.

Pieces of Hate is Gabriel’s story, a man who cannot die until he kills the “thing” that destroyed his family—a thing he has hunted for centuries. Sowers captures the despair, hopelessness, bravery, and courage of this young man ready to fight a possible demon to the end.  Tune in to the free bonus novelette “Dead Man’s Hand” (also read by Sowers) to better understand this murderous force from the dark ages.

Listen to an excerpt from Pieces of Hate, read by Scott Sowers:

Pieces of Hate is available in paperback, ebook, and audio formats from Tor.com Publishing! From the catalog copy:

During the Dark Ages, a thing named Temple slaughtered Gabriel’s family. A man with snake eyes charged him to pursue the assassin wherever he may strike next, and destroy him. Gabriel never believed he’d still be following Temple almost a thousand years later.

Because Temple may be a demon, the man with snake eyes cursed Gabriel with a life long enough to hunt him down. Now he has picked up Temple’s scent again. The Caribbean sea is awash with pirate blood, and in such turmoil the outcome of any fight is far from certain.

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