I’m very excited to announce that Devil’s Row is available in audiobook as of today! For those who don’t know, this is the prequel to my debut novel Feral, though you do not need to have read that book in order to understand or enjoy this one.
Devil’s Row is read by Ramona Master and I think she performs one hell of a badass audiobook. I’ve been lucky with my audio collaborations over the span of the last year and change. I was over the moon (no pun intended) when collaborating with Matt Godfrey who did an amazing job of bringing Feral to life, and I’m just as happy with Ramona’s work on Devil’s Row. These are immensely talented performers who I’m eager to work with again, and I thank them both for their versatile approaches to my work.
Make sure you visit Ramona Master online to check out all her other work.
I’ve got two more terrific audio collaborations in the pipeline that I’ll talk more about soon. Today is all about my wild world of werewolves. So I hope you’ll consider giving Devil’s Row a listen.
Oh, and those who’ve yet to read or listen to Feral may want to subscribe to my newsletter, because there may be an opportunity for you to do that right now (and all I want in return is a quick review on Amazon).
I also realize that some of you are unfamiliar with my werewolf novels and so here’s a little info to get you started:
Elisabeth lost everything that night. Everything except her life. A life she’s using to hunt the mercenaries who want her dead. There’s only one problem: the wolf inside her has gone quiet, leaving this she-wolf to rely solely on her wits and killer instinct to survive.
Standing in the way of her bloody vengeance is a war-torn 18th century countryside ravaged by a vampiric plague and home to a host of unspeakable horrors stalking the night.
When you fight evil with evil, there can only be one outcome…
A shifter’s lust for revenge puts her on a collision course with a band of witchfinders in this novel from acclaimed author Matt Serafini. Devil’s Row combines occult horror and dark fantasy and places it all in the universe first explored in Feral: A Novel of Werewolf Horror.
And a couple of blurbs:
“If George R. R. Martin wrote Underworld.” – Somer Canon, author of Killer Chronicles
“Matt weaves a tale through rich, descriptive landscapes, mixing fact with fiction to give us a real sense of the time period. He has given depth to his main characters so we have a better understanding of who they are, and with whom our allegiance lies. With non-stop action and plenty of twists, no one is assured victory.” — Horror Novel Reviews
“A savage and blood-drenched read, which proves both surprising and satisfying.” – Horror After Dark
“Serafini ‘s prose flows like poetry. I never thought a battlefield could be made to seem poetic, but I found that here. I know the phrase ‘not your ordinary werewolf story’ is trite; but if it doesn’t apply here, it applies nowhere. THIS is literary Werewolf prose-poetry.” – The Haunted Reading Room Reviews