Last night, while once more being on the site of my favourite educational podcats Skeptoid, I read Brian Dunning’s annoucement Skeptoid being a finalist for this year’s Parsec Awards in the category Fact Behind the Fiction. Good luck, Brian, you have my support!
So I went over to the Parsec Awards’ Website and had a look at the contesters and the other categories, and it was then that I discovered yet another jewel, in fact, it was more like a treasure chest:
The Gearheart is a pulp audiobook story in a weird and wonderful world, reminiscient of the US during prohibition but with a number of intriguing details that make it very fascinating in deed.
Please listen to the first episode:
All in all the story is 37 episodes long and I know what I will do each and every evening after my son is sleeping snuggly in his bed… At least until I have reached the end of The Gearheart.
I only hope the team behind The Gearheart will start another project (possibly in the same word? *nudge-nudge*), but I guess it is rather likely, given the tremendous and well deserved success of The Gearheart.
Also, The Gearheart features an excellent and very dramatic and fitting soundtrack, available for free download at the website.
PS: Zom-Bicuits are Duuuuuuuhhhhhh-lecious!