For the last month I’ve been teasing a new audio book that has been in production. Well, it’s LOST BITS by Kerry Nietz. And it released last night, available for immediate download. For less than $20.00 you will get an amazing book, and my most challenging performance to date.
I’m going to spare you my entire history of audio books, starting with recording books for the blind to date, and instead tell you that this is not just a very good book, but a very good audio book. Kerry and I worked very hard to make this an excellent listening experience. We pushed technology boundaries and came up with an exceptional 9.45 hours of escape from reality.
The last thing K-404 remembers is a happy home with the human child Ele, whose care is his primary purpose. So, when he wakes up in a landfill of tossed-away technology, his only thought is to reunite with his family.
This world is not his own, though. It’s a wasteland of desolate buildings, flying metal disks, and monstrosities that keep themselves active by stealing another bot’s power.
How did the world get this way?
And why was he discarded?
Hampered by imperfect memory, an obsolete body, and limited battery life, 404 sets out to find his home. Joined by other castaways, he faces off against scavengers and monsters, only to encounter greater threats.
Pursued, outsmarted, and manipulated on every side, 404 teeters on the brink of annihilation. His only chance of survival? Those bits of himself—the connections—he hasn’t lost.
If you love science fiction, have a friend that does, or just want a break from the ugly reality of the news, hop over to Amazon and get a copy right now. You can gift audio books as well, so get a download for that friend who would love it as well. I promise you, I am sorry that you were late for dinner and forgot to pick up the kids at school, but you will enjoy the book enough to salve those wounds. Hey, it’s easy to get lost in the world of K-404.