Video-book format and audiobook format of The Host in the Attic are released
Following on from last year’s filming of The Beasts of Electra Drive‘s video-book format in a sponge-insulated recording studio, I recently returned to the spongy-walled lifestyle in order to film The Host in the Attic‘s video-book. Like that earlier novel-length recording, this new novella-length one has also created an audiobook format, which has been popping up at the retailers like a little Venus flytrap, as listed here:
The video-book format of the novel is also now available, all free to watch, and can be seen here:
And for some short-’n’-snackable teasers from the above (some of the teasers being less than a minute long), see here:
For general juice and sugar about the novella, see here.
For some nice reviews of it, see here.
Links to the retailers of all the formats of the novel are here.
The Host in the Attic by Rohan Quine is a hologram of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, digitised and reframed in cinematic style, set in London’s Docklands in a few years’ time.