It’s been five years since the original release of Raven and Skull. This is a book that holds a special place in my heart. Raven and Skull was my first official step into the world of horror and the story itself, which highlights the horrors of working in an office, still entertains me.
It’s because of my fondness for this title that I thought it was time I released Raven and Skull as an audiobook. Consequently, for the next few weeks, I’ll be recording, editing and preparing the book so it’s the delightful product audiences deserve. My good friend, the awesome writer who is Colin Davies, has redone the cover art for the audiobook and I think this looks like a superb way to present the story.
Jean-Paul Sartre said, ‘Hell is other people.’ But he was only half right. Hell is the other people who work in the offices of Raven and Skull.
After a week of horror and upset, six colleagues from the Raven and Skull offices get together in the pub to exchange stories and decide which of them has had the worst week. Each one has had a week plagued by adultery, theft, betrayal, murder, cannibalism, black magic and death. The stories they share are dark and twisted and reflect the regular reality of Raven and Skull.
Do you dare to hear what they have to say?