This is the third and last excerpt episode of “The Leviathan Chronicles.” If you like what you’ve heard so far [and we’ve been getting rave reviews from other listeners already!], we encourage you to go to Podiobooks and download the entire podcast.
The story [so far] is a total of 26 episodes. It’s an easy download to iTunes, with one caveat: the episodes may download for play in reverse order. This is a shortcoming of iTunes – we’re still trying to find the workaround for this. If you do, please let us know so we can share it with other listeners!
A final word: The author, Christof Laputka, clearly spent an immense amount of his own money producing “The Leviathan Chronicles.” Please, please tip him. You’ll be hard pressed getting more enjoyment from your five bucks. And who knows, maybe we can convince Christof to produce another season! More info can be found here on Goodreads.
We’ll have a new podcast for you in March. We hope you enjoy this evolving storytelling dimension to the Fictional Café.
Until next month, I remain obediently yours,* Jack, your Podcaster-in-Chief
Please click on the arrow below to listen to Episode 3 of “The Leviathan Chronicles.”
* This is what Orson Welles used to say at the close of “The Mercury Theater” radio drama broadcasts, the most famous of which was “The War of the Worlds.”