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Gary Whitta
From the writer of The Book of Eli and co-writer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story comes an all-new sci-fi epic performed by Shannon Woodward (Westworld, The Last of Us Part II). In the near future, Earth has been conquered by a race of brutal alien machines known as the Mek. When a young woman stumbles across a mysterious map that may hold the secret to humanity’s liberation, she embarks on a dangerous odyssey that leads her to an amazing discovery — a long-lost prototype war machine known as a Gundog. Now she must confront a legacy she never knew she had to face down an overwhelmingly...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 59 ratings
*ILOVESTELLA* via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/18/22
Amazing story!
I’ve been listening to this each week on Gary’s Twitch stream, and it’s amazing! Incredible story, amazing performances, and superb music. You’re going to love it!
curtem via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/15/22
Kinda Funny XCast sent me
I’m sure it’ll be good. I mean this dude wrote the only good Disney Star Wars movie
DazedOverYou via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/13/22
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Published 11/22/22
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Published 10/04/22
Dakota and her brother Sam grew up in the aftermath of the invasion of Earth by an alien machine race known as the Mek. After spending years on the run, they now live out their days in a Mek prison camp, where freedom is a distant memory and escape seems impossible – until the arrival of a...
Published 09/27/22
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