As Powder River enters it's tenth year, long time listeners and fans will appreciate the growth and history of characters and even the town of Claremont. Jerry Robbins not only a talented voice actor but a master storyteller. The listener who have invested in the Powder River series can feel with each series the growth of characters, a sense of time holding on against the changes brought on by the tide of history. Although just a story Robbins has created a time, place and characters that seem so distant yet face many of the same problems we face today. If this is your first ride along the Powder, it's well worth the time and investment!
Powder River series 7 p 2 is it's own chapter in the Powder River series delivering high adventure along with fully developed characters. It follows story arcs from earlier series and builds new avenues for future story lines.
The voice acting is masterful in series 7 p 2 - characters are written and cast so well the listener is easily transported to the town of Claremont Wyoming on the eve of the 20th century.
The stories in the Powder series can be taken in doses or as a whole. Either way you'll be on the edge of your seat or checking the CRT website for series 8!
Adventure Nostalgia imagination
Not a single moment as much as the pace, writing and music transports the listener to a different time
Big fan of Colonial Radio Theater - I look forward to serial stories by CRT, I have the sense that Agent 13 has the potential of other great series of this genre!
The mix of narration, music, and effects created an atmosphere as if it were the days when you would wait for the weekly radio serial. It closely compares in my mind of listening to old radio recordings of The Shadow or Sherlock Holmes - CRT has captured this essence with a mastery of suspense and bottled it up as Agent 13!
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