Rish here. How I spent my summer vacation: I narrated an epic novel for Abbie Hilton called "Hunters Unlucky." It is a massive adventure story about a faraway land with sentient animals, all battling for control and territories with the other species living there. We meet Storm, a runt ferryshaft (a horse-like race that has been conquered by the creasia, great big deadly cats), and his struggles to survive in a world where the weak and small are often the first to die. He develops speed and cunning and manages to increase the chances of himself and those around him.
Hilton has created an extraordinary world with history, personalities, grudges, fear, wonder, prejudices, and regrets that she describes as a teen book in the tradition of "Watership Down" and "The Jungle Book." Basically kids, it's like "Game of Thrones" with talking animals.
This was, hands down, the most difficult production I've undertaken, with real depth and a large page count, dozens of developed characters, with different voices and accents, and enough twists and turns to fill a boxed set of a J.J. Abrams show. I'm not one to toot my own horn, but . . . toot.
Check it out at this link: http://www.audible.com/pd/Teens/Hunters-Unlucky-Audiobook/B00PMEU8PG/ or join Abbie as she presents the novel in podcast form over the next several months. That can be found over at: http://www.abigailhilton.com/the-worlds-of-abigail-hilton-p/