Had a lot of fun narrating this audiobook that’s out today on Audible. Not sure my digestive system is quite what it was but it certainly reignited my interest in spicy food!
So… that famous international footballer’s autobiography I narrated… it’s out now on Audible! Please feel free to leave a thoroughly justified excellent review after listening to me talk for 8 and a hours…
Here’s the blurb:
Mesut Ozil is a midfield magician, casting an elegant spell over opponents and conjuring passes through gaps lesser mortals can’t even see. After an eventful sojourn among the Galacticos of Real Madrid, he has savoured silverware at Arsenal, while in 2014 he lifted the World Cup with Germany.
But his life and career have been a test of resilience. Growing up in Germany’s Turkish community, he faced prejudice from those who claimed his dual identity would prevent him giving his all for the national team. Later came questions over a different type of commitment, the kind levelled against those, like Mesut Ozil, who excel in football’s finer arts rather than relying simply on running and ruggedness. He has proved concerns on both these issues lack substance.
In Gunning for Greatness, Mesut Ozil reveals the inside stories of his relationships with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, his quest to help the under-fire Frenchman restore Arsenal’s preeminence – and how he silenced the sceptics by conquering the world.
©2017 Mesut Özil (P)2017 Hodder & Stoughton Limited
Hi guys. Do you want to listen to me talking for 8.5 hours? Well now you can. “The Explorer” by James Smythe, narrated by me and published by Harper Collins, is now available on Audible. Want to know more about it? Of course…
A tense, claustrophobic and gripping science fiction thriller from the author of The Testimony. When journalist Cormac Easton is selected to document the first manned mission into deep space, he dreams of securing his place in history as one of humanity’s great explorers. But in space, nothing goes according to plan. The crew wake from hypersleep to discover their captain dead in his allegedly fail-proof safety pod. They mourn, and Cormac sends a beautifully written eulogy back to Earth. The word from ground control is unequivocal: no matter what happens, the mission must continue. But as the body count begins to rise, Cormac finds himself alone and spiralling towards his own inevitable death…unless he can do something to stop it. ©2013 James Smythe (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers.