Look at it as a Whole
As someone who thought the strengh of this podcast was in the short stories, I felt they stumbled on the ending when it came to tying up the overarching plot. The solution is crammed into the last few episodes, giving a rushed feeling, and the shift in storytelling format for season 5 was difficult to adjsut to. However, this podcast still contains over a hundred great short stories, and uncovering the mystery of what the characters are heading towards through the first 4 seasons still makes this worth listening to.
Linzahhh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/27/21
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