Finding Pattersby is a 10-part, weirdo audio mystery about the strange disappearance of legendary thriller novelist Luke Pattersby, a scandalous storyteller & DUBIOUS SCRIBE, at the height of his game as a world-renowned, bestselling author of books primarily sold in airport magazine stores as well as supermarket aisles...when he vanished mysteriously.
In this literary road trip through hidden America, we'll discuss theories, speak to key witnesses, visit strange locales and meet the likes of super-fans, former rivals, and dangerous forces in the publishing underworld. no stone will be unturned - metaphorical or otherwise, even as this investigation begins to resemble the very bestsellers pattersby became famous for.
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Soundtracks Volume 1 is a collection of music composed for audio dramas between 2018 and 2020. Featured music is from shows including Heroics (Planet M), Red Rhino (Meghan Fitzmartin), Atlantis (Little Dragon Media), and the Waverly House Haunting (Spoken Signal Audio Drama).
Dark One: Forgotten. From #1 New York Times Bestselling, Hugo Award-winning author, Brandon Sanderson, and co-author Dan Wells, comes DARK ONE: FORGOTTEN, a true-crime fantasy audio series.
Every year in the United States there are fifteen thousand murders, give or take a few hundred. Of those, nearly forty percent go unsolved.
In this six-part audio series, Christina Walsh is determined to change that.
So Christina embarks on a cross-country mission, with her roommate Sophie, to figure out what happened to Leona. In the process, she uncovers a trail of similar victims who have suffered the same fate. But if no one can remember the victims, how can the killer possibly be caught? Christina’s only leads come from a crazed homeless man’s ramblings, a mysterious glass eye, and an otherworldly totem. Is Christina crazy or has she stumbled upon something so implausible it must be true?
Heroics. A group of B-list superheroes decides it's more lucrative to be super-villains instead. #audiofiction from PlanetM and @justinmclachlan.
Neptune. Feature film. Set in the late 1980s on an island off the coast of Maine, an orphan girl raised by the church becomes obsessed by the disappearance of a classmate, and her haunted dreams and visions propel her to push past her sheltered life.
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The Waverly House Haunting. Audio drama. After a family tragedy, Peter Waverly and his fiancée Andrea return to the opulent estate where he grew up. They soon discover that his surviving family members are not the only malevolent creatures roaming the halls.
Red Rhino. Audio Drama. Red Rhino is about teenaged Wes Whittaker who gets superpowers... that are really lame. On top of that, he's meets Evangeline, who insists that this is his last timeline, his last chance to save his friends and family... before the timeline collapses and all will be lost. .
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The Original. Hugo Award-winning authors Brandon Sanderson and Mary Robinette Kowal team up in this exclusive audio-first production of The Original, a sci-fi thriller set in a world where one woman fights to know her true identity and survive the forces that threaten her very existence.
In the near future, humans choose life - for a price. Injectable nanite technology is the lifeblood that flows through every individual wishing to experience the world through the lens of their own theme. While death from mortal wounds is still possible, life is made easier in a socially liberated society where automation and income equality allow passion pursuits to flourish over traditional work. Renewal stations are provided to every law-abiding citizen for weekly check-ins, which issue life-sustaining repairs in exchange for personal privacy. But what becomes of those who check out, of those who dare to resist immortality and risk being edited under the gaze of an identity-extracting government surveillance system?
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EOS10. Doctors in space, a deposed alien prince, and a fiery nurse who’ll help you win your bar fight. #audiofiction from @justinmclachlan.
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