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  • Summary

  • It’s the year 2037 and the U.S. space program has set its sights on Enceladus, one of Saturn’s icy moons that contains a deep, dark, terrifying ocean… and perhaps, life itself. With her team’s support, Bee makes her way toward the heart of the moon.
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may i have a Play All feature?

second episode well technically the first episode after the prologue. And I really need a play all button because I'm trying to work here. I don't like stopping to play the next chapter, dang it! I guess that says something about the program itself doesn't it :-)

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awesome

sucks you in! like old radio shows but more immersive. i feel like i am there with the characters...

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Very cool!

I found this, very interesting and engaging. I hope they upload more and more episodes. Keep the great work 👍👍👍

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I don't like it

I shut it off after the first chapter. It was supposed to be funny but it came off as trying to be funny and ended up being terrible.

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The best part is the cover art.

There is not one good thing to say about this. Not the story or plot, not the characters, not the voice acting, nothing. Unless you are about 5 years old maybe. For kids it's better than nothing.

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I don’t think I’ve ever experienced a book like this

I wasn’t expecting anything in particular when I started this book, but geez, did that quickly turn around.
I laughed, I cried—I questioned aspects of humanity and situations I never imagined would occur. Jackson Musker has perfected the art of driving in painful truths, then offering up the wonderful pieces of hope and inspiration that keep you enthralled. The voice actors all feel as if they’re standing in the room with you (or the car, if you’re commuting), and it’s hard not to get entirely wrapped up in their story.
I’m really hoping for a second installation of sorts, or another story in general from Musker, and soon!
Overall, YES, I would definitely recommend this listen to anyone.

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Good listen. Enjoyed this!

I rarely listen to sci-fi, but I am very glad I did. Enjoyed this podcast. It was worth the listen.

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My first negative review

Good concept, weak female character.
Why oh why did the writer have to write his female characters like this. Does he believe all women are silly and prone to hysterics?
Initially we are lead to believe the main Female character "Bee" to be a science prodigy, but then the writer makes her juvenile.
It could be over acting from the actor, but I don't think so.
I did listen to all 12 episodes to see if the female character improved, she didn't.
On a good note
The voice actor for the male character "Ty"(James Ludwig) did an AMAZING job!
I'm going to look to see if he has done any other narrations.

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Hook, line, and sinker

This has me so hooked... I'm already really wishing there were more episodes out. I'm loving how well put together this is!

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getting better!

the actors are doing a wonderful job so far - the scene with the reporters in launch control sounded very real - I'm eagerly waiting for the next installment

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