Immersive, frenetic, compelling
Fantastic. The immersive sound design and the frenetic bewilderment of the narrative are a true unity, flowing forward together into deeper darker waters - somehow relatable in our era - across the full (long!) span, leading us toward some twisted catharsis, or something...
Nick Akers via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 04/26/21
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Dang, I’m so into it. I love that it’s all-in-one and I can binge the whole thing.
Meeshykins via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/21
There's nothing out there like this. Sounds amazing, acting is legit, and juiciest mystery ever.Read full review »
tuna_tunic via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/21
So.. they can implant an undetectable device in his brain, gather intel on everyone/orchestrate murders, and INFILTRATE A KITCHEN, POACH SOME EGGS, AND GET OUT UNDETECTED but they can’t rob a bank and muster a dive team? Or medical Fight Club rehash Frustration porn🤣...ugh.
Mbotgthousnd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/21
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