A sprawling science fantasy comedic adventure romance, with goblins and cannons! Johnathan Miller has harbored a secret flame for his childhood friend Merrily Hunter for years, and as Midsummer’s Eve approaches he’s ready to make his move. But when a cranky, sharp-tongued professor of Applied History rides into town looking for a lost book, Johnathan and Merrily quickly find themselves swept up in an adventure that will take them to the very edges of history, language, and probability. They join a host of colorful men, women, goblins, fey, snarfs, horses, and strange outsiders, all set in a world grappling with the consequences of scientific advance, political unrest, and religious debate.
Water, Part 1
Jonathan and Merrily try to catch the last train out of hell. Sheria makes the ultimate tough call. Part 1 of 2.
Water, Part 2
Jonathan Stewart must produce a miracle to save his band of historians. Part 2 of 2.
Jonathan discovers there's more to Rolly's murder than anyone else realized. "Adventure!" feat. Kevin T. Collins.
Word Bullets, Part 1
Jonathan gets in over his head on the way north to Hog Hurst. Death's grasp on a certain snarf is apparently less firm than was previously understood. Rufus Snugg teeters on the precipice of a dreadful mistake, and Jonathan begins searching for a way to avoid toppling over it.
Part 1 of 2.
Word Bullets, Part 2
Victor Hogman reveals the meaning of life, and dreams come uncomfortably true. Devi predicts a cliffhanger.
Part 2 of 2.
Jonathan Miller, God of Murder, Part 1
The sword at Jonathan Miller's throat is held by a friend, of sorts. Alice Miller needs rescuing, and The Gizzard proves an untrustworthy ally.
Part 1 of 2.
THIS IS AMAZING!!!❤️
This podcast is FULL of the five rules of fantasy podcasts: fantasy, culture, good music, great narration, and dragons.
This is definitely not biased (I am Mr. Birney’s daughter).
A rollicking good time
This fun fantasy story is improved by being lovingly read by the author. Also the musical accomplishment adds to the flavor and charm.