A truly excellent sci-fi serial drama
I didn't like this podcast at first. I told myself 'no. This won't work.' I don't like the main character. I don't like the voice actor. I don't like the concept. I pushed through it only because I was bored and craving more serial fictional podcasts in the sci-fi/fantasy genre. Man, was I wrong. By episode 4, my doubts were had dissipated and by episode 10 I was obsessed. Now, I love the main character. I love the voice actor behind her. I love the concept. I find myself looking forward to each episode eagerly awaiting the conclusion to plotlines in which I've become whole-heartedly invested. Ars can be dark, funny, engaging, thought-provoking and entertaining all at once. If it seems a little shakey for the first few episode, push through. The payoff is so worth it.Read full review »
Dibbledoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/03/16
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I SEE ALL OF TIME AND SPACE. ALL THAT WAS AND ALL THAT IS AND ALL THAT WASN’T. IN ALL THE INFINITE ALTERNATE TIMELINES, THIS RADIO DRAMA RETELLS ONE OF MY FAVORITE ORIGINS OF TIME TRAVEL. IT DOES SO WITH CHARMING VOICE ACTING AND CLEVER WRITING. I’M RECOMMENDING THIS TO ALL TIME AGENTS IN THE FIELD.
Ritchie VALIS via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/16
Among the most exciting podcasts out there. I write about dramatic audio for a living, and this is one of the examples I use to tell people about contemporary work that has personality and craftsmanship. It really rewards listeners. Bravo to the producers, actors and writers.
Neil V. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/22/16
Great show with a fantastic cast and really great scripts. Treat yourself!
dnlburnett via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/24/16
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