14 episodes

The people's republic of Moya. The PRM. The land is hard, cold. The fields are barren for nine months of the year and knee deep in snow for three. During summer we sweat and our skin sticks in the humid air. In winter the ice hangs from the rooftops, 15 inches long. And yet here we all are. Agent Nevin has been assigned to the outer sectors to help investigate a double homicide, however, things are rarely as simple as they may first seem in Moya. First is the bodies and the nature of the killings, then the strange tales that surround the place. A Nation is nothing without its people and the citizens of sector i42 hold the "spirit of self-reliance and self-development" that the nation was founded upon deep in their hearts.

Moya Ben Cutmore

    • Drama
    • 5.0, 33 Ratings

The people's republic of Moya. The PRM. The land is hard, cold. The fields are barren for nine months of the year and knee deep in snow for three. During summer we sweat and our skin sticks in the humid air. In winter the ice hangs from the rooftops, 15 inches long. And yet here we all are. Agent Nevin has been assigned to the outer sectors to help investigate a double homicide, however, things are rarely as simple as they may first seem in Moya. First is the bodies and the nature of the killings, then the strange tales that surround the place. A Nation is nothing without its people and the citizens of sector i42 hold the "spirit of self-reliance and self-development" that the nation was founded upon deep in their hearts.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Onnit ,

Fantastic Writing and Story Telling

I recently found Moya and have been instantly hooked. I listened to the entire first season in one day and have completed it for the second time already. If you enjoy a good fiction/mystery story than you don’t want to miss Moya. Go check it out. “Each Of Us All”.

DogBeachPeople ,

Addictive

Snow, bodies, not quite Kafka-esque bureaucracy. Weirdly engrossing. Listen, you’ll get pulled in.
I hope to see more soon!

Enobg ,

Review

This was a fine take on a history and “communist” feel set in an era I didn’t know I wanted with a side order of Kafka type order

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