American Elsewhere resists review—because it’s massive. The paperback is 662 pages. That’s Stephen King tome levels. That’s epic fantasy size.
Tagged: Cosmic Horror
Curiosity is perhaps one of the strongest human traits. Deep in our bones, it sits, demanding we know more about everything.
On the beach, you’ll see many strange sights. Messages scrawled in the sand. Birds flocking in artificial half-light with something caught in their bills.
The strangest of events can interrupt a pleasant night. In part two, our unnamed beachgoer finds their calm turning ever more surreal.
The Magnus Archives is a podcast—and after 200 episodes, I’ve listened to the whole thing. Twice before, I’ve spoken about the series and how it progressed, and now we can bring the talk home to roost.
Four months ago, I reviewed The Magnus Archives. I’d only listened to ten or so episodes and thought I understood how the series would go. Now, approaching the 100th episode, I’ve gone deep into the series, its lore, and eagerly await what’s coming next—both what I’ve spoiled for myself and the mysteries yet to come.
“That was… that was strange. The fourth part just passed through my…consciousness? It twisted upward?”
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