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A group of people suddenly arrive at a mysterious new world. They must fight to survive, and adapt to this new deadly environment where modern technology is obsolete. Their new world is torn apart by war and inhabited by intelligent and diverse beings from the far corners of the universe. They gradually learn the secrets of eternal life. This story is written and told by Adam James with music and sound effects and is ad-free. Find out more at New episodes coming every week!


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Latest Episodes

The battle of Caston continues.  Will King Richard and his allies finally succeed in conquering the island fortress?  Time is running out.   more

3 years ago

I'm finally back in the studio!  Sorry for the delay everyone.  Thank you to so many of you for those nice messages and 5-star reviews.  You keep me going!  Life is crazy, my family has the Coronavirus, and I've never been so busy with work.  I wish ... more

3 years ago

The large army finally arrives in Middleland at the fortified city of Caston.  King Richard debates with the other kings and queens about when the attack should begin.  Thanks for all those nice 5 star reviews.  Come say hi through my Instagram @adam... more

4 years ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 542 ratings
  • What a journey!

    Superb story telling with incredible sound effects, voices and music. Like nothing else I’ve come across. The imagery was intense, breathtaking and vivid. I was sad to finish the story and will miss listening to Adam’s voice daily.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia7 months ago
  • Amazing

    Absolutely fantastic. He is captivating and an absolute thrill to listen too. This story is so good, I’ve been listening to it all day. Would give it more stars if I could.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia10 months ago
  • Love it so much

    It is the second best thing I’ve ever listened to!!!!!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia10 months ago
  • The book is great.

    Such a fun adventure with a great world of unique people and places.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Really enjoying it

    Good story. Needs a little more action at some points but I pushed through to chapter 20 and it picks up there. I will say the author needs to learn to use his voice differently. It’s the same amateurish pleading storyteller accent for most of the voices. But keep producing, I want to hear more!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago

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