Chris Patton began his Voice Over career over a decade ago. From age ten, Chris had worked on the professional stage, but in his late-twenties discovered VO as his "true calling". He's voiced over 160 animated titles, including shows that have run on Cartoon Network, SyFy and NickToons. He's also voiced numerous national and regional commercials clients include Ford, Shell, Wal Mart, Baker Nissan, The Greensheet and more, eLearning software, narrations, and is an Audiobook Narrator for Brilliance Audio and Bee Audio. Chris has appeared at over 75 Pop Culture conventions in America, Canada and the UK to discuss his craft and interact with fans of his extensive work in the anime field. SCENE IMMORTAL is his first published novel.
Scene Immortal - Book I in the Blood Scene Trilogyby Chris Patton
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The Blood Scene Trilogy combines the reality and perils of being a teenager with the added twists and turns of having to deal with being an immortal, bloodsucking rocker kid at the same time. The stories follow three “scene kidz” on a journey that their Indie Rock’n’Roll lifestyle in the suburbs could never have prepared them for. Searching for answers, and making bizarre discoveries, they learn not only about a part of life, and the afterlife, they never knew existed, but also about the true, unmasked nature of themselves. Kyle Ryan, his best friend Josh, and Josh’s twin sister Jackie, the three outcast, left-of-center heroes of this journey, are challenged, horrified and changed in ways they never thought possible, and may find irreversible.
BOOK I - Scene Immortal is the story of Kyle Ryan, a popular/unpopular kid, a “scene boi”, an affable rocker type, who on his eighteenth birthday is given the gift of blood-tinged immortality by his Indie Rock idol, lead singer of the quickly-rising Darkwave band Alphatwyn. His best friend, the oddly jovial Goth dude, Josh, and Josh’s twin sister Jackie ( who happens to be Kyle’s ex), go on a journey to find Kyle’s Vampire creator, in the hopes of pulling from him the secrets and vital answers questions he left his new “child of the night” without.
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...and that is a good thing. Not that I hated the Twilight series, but, eventually all that ooey-gooey love stuff got in the way. There is none of that here. This is a fresh new take on vampires. I especially liked how the author weaves it in with the goth & emo scenes. There was plenty of action here and the ending definitely leaves you wanting more. The characters are well developed and believeable and the story moves forward without anything getting in the way. I'm looking forward to the next installment.