Really Enjoyable.
Excellent stuff. Bit weird that the narrator is more emotive when reading the statements than when he is giving the introduction but thoroughly enjoyable and I'm hooked.Read full review »
BobbyTurkalino via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/09/16
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Rusty Quill are titans of whatever genre they take on. Jonathan Sims is a melodic nightmare wrangler and the corridors of the Magnus Institute are hypnotic. The backing music is subtle and atmospheric. I can’t wait to follow the horrors!
Wookie in the Waistcoat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/01/16
The hyperbole is well deserved. This isn't just another Serial rip off; it's an inventive format that makes sense in universe. To clarify: The Magnus Archives follows a acerbic archivist trying to make sense of the chaos of an archive apparently abandoned by his predecessor. To do this...Read full review »
Kea_Bird via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 08/27/16
...and also a podcast with some of the best writing around. The format is fantastic - individualized stories woven together with a hint of a plot. If you're a fan of Poe or Lovecraft, you'll love the Magnus Archives. Seriously, this is a top-notch show.Read full review »
phoebe.sachs via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/25/16
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