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The Leviathan Chronicles

By Christof Laputka

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Description

The Leviathan Chronicles is a sci-fi podcast that tracks Macallan Orsel, a young genetic scientist in present-day New York City who discovers that immortality is not a fool's fantasy, but rather a reality for a several factions of powerful immortals living among us. The Leviathan Chronicles is the ultimate science fiction and fantasy audio drama podcast.

Customer Reviews

Next generation of Podcasting

I have been hooked on this podcast for months now. It has superior production quality to older podcasts and isn't a drab reading by the author. Well acted, excellent sound effects makes this an enjoyable listen. The depth of the sound truly enables the listener to envision the action and what the characters are doing. I would definitely recommend this to all listeners. There is some bad language so its not for the younger audience.

Epic Entertainment

I've been following this podcast for quite some time, and am really impressed by the scope of it. It brings the spirit of old radio dramas to the table, while modernizing it for audiences today, and reminds me of some of my favorite TV shows like Lost. I was skeptical at first, but even without visuals this is a great listen - not cheesy, fantastic storytelling, great sound effects and music... need I say more? Try it!

ugh

My problem with is that there are a number of historical and scientific inaccuracies. I can forgive a blunder here or there. I could overlook an alternative history and get into soft Sci-Fi/space operas. However discrepancies here are so atrocious as to suspend disbelief and take the reader out of the story. If the author would have spent a half hour on wikipedia the result would have been improved 100 fold. Quite frankly, with all the people reading for the podcast I can't believe no one could have pointed out that platelets are blood cell responsible for clotting not immune response which is the job of white blood cells, or concepts of the English empire/navy/military intelligence etc. are about 500 years too early, nor is possible for a second that anyone from the isle of Britton had any significant military operations/occupation of Norway, in fact the opposite more likely the case.

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