26 episodes

Continuing the action and intrigue of the first two books, World Well Lost joins the ensemble cast of metahuman characters as they struggle against the growing powers of the Thule Society as well as Echo's own waning popularity. Famed fantasy and sci-fi author Mercedes Lackey and newcomers Dennis Lee and Cody Martin bring this superhero-themed braided novel podcast series to life with characters such as the Seraphym, Victoria Victrix, John Murdock, and Red Djinni, with stories read by Veronica Giguere.

The Secret World Chronicle, Book Three: World Well Lost Podiobooks.com

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    • 4.9, 37 Ratings

Continuing the action and intrigue of the first two books, World Well Lost joins the ensemble cast of metahuman characters as they struggle against the growing powers of the Thule Society as well as Echo's own waning popularity. Famed fantasy and sci-fi author Mercedes Lackey and newcomers Dennis Lee and Cody Martin bring this superhero-themed braided novel podcast series to life with characters such as the Seraphym, Victoria Victrix, John Murdock, and Red Djinni, with stories read by Veronica Giguere.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Zen Mick ,

Perfection

I love the podcast!!

Lost Boomerang ,

Exciting Adventure

I have enjoyed this three book story very much. Good character development by the authors. The narration is read with flare! It's full of emotion, accents & dramatic pauses. I hope this series can go on and on. Luv it!

pagantaxidriver ,

This should be 5 stars

However the sound quality is not good on this book. I've listened to the two previous books without this problem. You can fix it by selecting all of the episodes, do an command "i", click on the options tab and underneath there is a volume section. You can boost the sound there. Tales of the Secret World War (The last 3 episodes are NOT part of the World Well Lost, On the SWC website they are separated out as Tales of the Secret World War (kind of a history side note). Book 3 ends on Episode 23, World Well Lost.

On a separate note: The story is worth a listen (you HAVE to listen to the first two books obviously if you want to understand what is going on) and every time you wince at the bad editing, remind yourself that this is free.

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