On his 24th birthday, David wakes up in the house he grew up in — only it’s not — & David is dead — but is there a way back?
Entry One | Death for My Birthday
David is dead on his birthday & there’s a woman on fire.
Entry Two | The Sharp Hint of New Tears
David’s first guest arrives, & he recalls a painful first memory.
Entry Three | Cross Out the Eyes
David’s second guest arrives, & he deals with a memory for the first time.
Entry Four | Neverender
David’s third guest arrives, & he reconciles with his body dysmorphia.
Entry Five | Thank You for the Venom
David’s fourth guest arrives, & he is finally broken.
Entry Six | Car Underwater
David meets God, & she’s only the second strangest person he meets.
These stories makes such a deep emotional connection that I feel like they were written about me. This is a must listen. Well done.
LIMBO may get less love than the rest of A.R. Olivieri’s shows, but it’s by far my favorite. It still has the unique sound of an Olivieri produced podcast, but with LIMBO his fingerprints feel deeper and more present. Olivieri steps out in front to once again take up the lead and he’s joined by a stellar cast. The acting is pitch perfect across every episode. After I listened to LIMBO at work, multiple co-workers asked me if I was okay.... that’s both a warning and an endorsement of this brilliant short audio fiction podcast. This is what it sounds like when someone puts their entire heart into a story.
Different but not interesting.