Leviathan Audio Productions, Realm
The Leviathan Chronicles | The Rapscallion Agency
Set shortly after the events of the award-winning podcast The Leviathan Chronicles, The Rapscallion Agency continues the adventures of its two youngest characters, Lisette Mainsabiles and Paul Lee (aka Cluracan) who moved to Paris and use their unique skills to start a business, navigate young love, and lovingly care for a cybernetic rat. After converting a bakery van into their mobile hi-tech headquarters, Lisette and Cluaracan explore Paris by calling upon old acquaintances to help them find work for their new agency, But during a professional ‘audition’, Lisette and Cluracan are double-crossed, managing to escape with a priceless research asset that ma...
Jenna (Royal Books) • Royal Book Review • Mar 1, 2016
"(Season 1) It was like listening to a movie, complete with soundtrack and sound effects. Despite enjoying it, I did feel like the first couple of episodes were a bit campy. But by episode 3 I was fully invested, and totally hooked...really thrilling writing and stellar character development. The voice acting on the whole was superb...Laputka has one hell of an imagination, and it would be a damn shame if he isn’t able to share more of it with the world."
Christof Laputka • Views from Valhalla • Nov 1, 2010
"(Season 1 - Year: 2008-10) Simply stated, The Leviathan Chronicles has the most lavish production of any podcast I’ve ever heard. This is the summer blockbuster of podcasts with all that big budget visual special effects effort being dumped on your ears. The Leviathan Chronicles sounds like what it is: a professionally produced and acted vocal drama. Occasionally, flashbacks are necessary, I get that. However, I am still not a fan of flashbacks. I never have been. I feel like it shows a lack of preplanning on the part of the author. Verdict: I have many issues with The Leviathan Chronicles. The entire premise of the story is advanced science."
Mur Lafferty • TOR.com • Feb 26, 2009
"(Season 1 - Year: 2008-10)...it’s hard to beat Christof Laputka’s The Leviathan Chronicles. Take our world and give us something hidden or never known before and I’m all over it. The Leviathan Chronicles does just that, dropping us into Macallan’s world of discovery, adventure and treachery. The story is rife with moral ambiguity; Macallan is of course told about the evils of the Other Side, but she later learns that her side has its share of atrocities."
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