In the uncanny world of Elizabeth Crowne, anything can happen: Murderers levitate through trees. Werewolves stalk unsuspecting bootleggers. The undead run their own zeppelin service. In this serialized podcast, listeners learn Elizabeth's origins – and how this fearless paranormal investigator gives death a run for its money.
Announcement: New Book Now Available!
It's here! "Curse of the Qattara," a brand-new adventure set in Egypt, is available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook. See original artwork, hear the narration of Lillian Rose—and unravel the mystery in Elizabeth's own words.
"Curse of the Qattara" on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Curse-Qattara-Adventures-Elizabeth-Crowne-ebook/dp/B08Q7VTNHJ/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=curse+of+the+qattara&qid=1613158061&sr=8-1
The Battle of Ruritania: Epilogue
Elizabeth reflects on her dramatic two weeks—and comes to a difficult conclusion.
The Battle of Ruritania: Episode 11
Sir Shanley finds a way to do his duty. Lavinja summons her courage. Lieutenant Schmidt makes a choice.
The Battle of Ruritania: Episode 10
The battle commences.
The Battle of Ruritania: Episode 9
Elizabeth learns valuable intel from Lavinja. Schmidt faces a terrible choice.
Battle of Ruritania: Episode 8
Schmidt takes stock of his life. Elizabeth goes to warn the Sinti. Sándor awakens to a imminent danger.
I’m usually not a fan of dramatic reading podcasts; I usually go for full cast dramas, but Elizabeth Crowne has proven to be very well-done and nice to listen to. It’s presented very well, and it’s beautifully written (it really makes my inner grammar Nazi happy). The characters are strong, the plots engaging, and the atmosphere similar in feel to the era in which it takes place rather than a more modern-day feel. I’m really liking it; I’ll be sticking around for a while.
New story is the most ambitious EC story. Kudos to RI!
This podcast has it all...intriguing stories, interesting characters, and wonderful narration! It’s also extremely well-written. I’ve listened to so many podcasts where the writers, in an attempt to be descriptive, do not use appropriate words for the context; that is not the case with this podcast. I enjoyed the stories so much I also read the e-books, which I highly recommend for fans.