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Steal the Stars

By Tor Labs / Gideon Media / Macmillan

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The first audio drama from Tor Labs and Gideon Media, Steal the Stars is a gripping noir science fiction thriller in 14 episodes: Forbidden love, a crashed UFO, an alien body, and an impossible heist unlike any ever attempted - scripted by Mac Rogers, the award-winning playwright and writer of the multi-million download The Message and LifeAfter.

Customer Reviews


Been waiting for this audio drama since it was announced a few months ago. I loved LifeAfter and can't wait to listen!

Don't understand the praise

So you're telling me I'm supposed to get behind a character who murders someone in cold blood without any remorse, and is willing to uphold a wholly illegal program that blatantly subverts peoples' due process? She has no redeeming or interesting qualities that make me want to root for her, in fact I can't help but think she's evil. Not to mention that she is training a new hire and then out of nowhere they start making out... I mean what??
This supposed romance is nonsensical and super annoying and it turns out that's the whole story! The sci-fi aspect is just a backdrop and a trope filled one at that. You add to that the smoker-sounding, mouth breathing lead and this story completely lost me.

Absolutely terrible

You have such a great idea in Moss and Quill Marine, the mystery and trials the crew has in trying to keep Moss alive and figure out the alien tech.
And instead you chose a tepid "romance" that makes no logical sense and ruins the characters.
Not that there's much to ruin, as outside of two or three characters, no one is interesting at all.
Not to mention that after the third episode made up of mostly kissing and sex sounds... just write a porno already and stop calling this a sci-Fi story because it isn't one.