Where The Stars Fell
Dr. Edison Tucker is having a very weird life. Not being able to die tends to color things that way. Lucille Kensington is the literary scene’s biggest enigma. That’s just the way she likes it. When the pair find themselves sharing a cabin in the strangest town in America— Jerusalem, OR— they’re prepared for a housemate situation from hell. What they’re not expecting is tidings of a stranger sort: Ed is the antichrist, Lucy her guardian angel, and if they can’t find a way to work together soon, the rapture is set to take first the town, then...
Gavin Gaddis • Gavin Gaddis • Sep 3, 2022
"WtSF seems to be the epitome of a slow burn. With a show description like the one above I’m sure anyone who was active in audio drama over the last few years immediately calls to mind shows like King Falls AM, TAZ: Amnesty, or – going outside of podcasting – Gravity Falls as pop culture touchstones. Being a narrative podcast this section doesn’t necessarily apply as one needs to consume the episodes in order. That said, I can say from my limited experience that the show is consistent in both writing and sound design quality across its first four eps, which is a feat surprisingly few scrappy indie audio dramas can accomplish."
Podcake • Discover Pods • Apr 14, 2022
"Where The Stars Fell is a story of truly biblical proportions twinged with all things existential, violent, and downright weird. Honestly, it might be best to go in blind to truly get the full experience yourself."
Podcake • Cake Radio • Nov 30, 2021
"Where the Stars Fall takes the Welcome to Night Vale/Return Home approach to its paranormal activity where there’s one designated oddity per episode that seems to exist solely in the titular town. Newton really has a talent for crafting these dense, fantastical worlds, truly wearing their inspiration on their sleeves, and it’s never been more evident than it is here...the show is gripping, a little gorey, and very abundant with material that’ll make for a one of a kind listening experience."