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SOMETHING wants in. To your head. Through this audiobook.

Ethan, a digital sound engineer in Los Angeles, becomes aware that his life is unraveling when the audiobook he's listening to reveals his deepest, darkest secrets, escalating until the narrator addresses him directly, threatening to destroy him from within. Vivian, a single mother running an antique store in San Francisco, listens to her audiobook to distract herself from missing her young daughter, but is shaken when the narrative is interrupted by her daughter's voice, faintly calling for help.

Ethan and Vivian are drawn together as they fight to solve a generation-spanning conspiracy that begins with a boy listening to the Orson Welles broadcast of War of the Worlds in 1938 and evolves through the latest innovations in digital technology, unearthing the mind-bending concept of a POSSIBILITY PARASITE bent on unleashing an explosion of APOCALYPTIC META HORROR.

From Eric Luke, screenwriter of EXPLORERS, and comic books GHOST and WONDER WOMAN: an experiment in audio horror.

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  • Halloween: 1938. Jimmy Morton listens to Orson Welles' War of the Worlds. He will try to forget this night for the rest of his life.

  • Los Angeles: Now. Ethan Harding is out of a job, out of love, and out of luck. His only chance is to discover how to… BREAK THROUGH.

  • San Francisco: Now. Vivian Antonelli finds an audiobook to distract herself from her daughter's absence. It has the opposite effect.

  • San Diego: Now. Hank Keller discovers an audiobook that's everything he's dreamed of, and more. Much, much more.

  • Things are looking up for Jimmy when he gets cast in the hometown production of War of the Worlds and walks home with the most beautiful girl in any world.

  • Ethan is seduced by the dark, erotic world of his audiobook. And pays the price.

  • Vivian's audiobook turns brutal. Hank sinks deeper into nightmare.

  • Ethan thinks he's over his ex-girlfriend. He's wrong. Vivian tries to alert the authorities. And pays the price.

  • Hank lives the dream.

  • Jimmy rehearses for the night of his life. Ethan vivisects the interference and reveals a clue.

  • Vivian calls a friend and unearths obscure history. Hank travels north.

  • Jimmy stays late after rehearsal and has an unsettling exchange.

  • Hollywood Boulevard: Now. Perd Kronk has an apotheosis.

  • Ethan discovers a piece of the puzzle. Vivian gets a lesson in chaos theory.

  • Ethan, Vivian and Hank embark on parallel, intersecting paths.

  • Centerville. October 31, 1939.

  • A meeting at the Pathways. A theory is put forth.

  • The rise and fall of Carl Pregerman. An old acquaintance is introduced, a demon revealed, a strategy devised.

  • It all comes together. Just as it falls apart.

  • A betrayal is discovered, violence erupts, and links in the chain of events are tested.

  • Hank stands at the crossroads. The final puzzle pieces fall into place. The three stake their lives on the question: Is the inevitable evitable?

  • All paths have led to this place, this moment, this confrontation. The three stare into the face of death.

  • Everything is pushed to the brink. Everyone is tested to the limit. Death comes knocking.

  • An explosion of apocalyptic meta horror. And it ends. As much as it ever does.

Thanks CC. Seems like there's still a place for subtlety in horror, even with everyone pushing the limits. Glad you enjoyed it. : )
Just finished this one, really enjoyed it. I do love a story that can surprise me, and this one was riveting. I also appreciate that, while it was creepy and horrific, it wasn't too much for me to take and didn't go places I couldn't follow--it struck a great balance ...
Thanks Matt. Always appreciated! And glad you're enjoying it. New work to come soon.
Just finished Episode 16, what a great climax! No Jimmy, don't pick up that ...!!! Ouch! Anyhow, for the last 6 episodes I have been meaning to find a Donate button to give something back for this story, and I gladly clicked it today. Thanks for the story Eric, I ...
"Go on. Why don't you listen to it." The voice was the author's. He was seated across from me, down to the dregs of his latte, our conversation drawing its last breath. "Sure." And I nodded noncommittally, thinking, "An audiobook? Just what do you take me for?" Yet I knew ...
Thanks Valerie! What great descriptors. I certainly went through all of them in my head while writing, so very nice to hear they're being felt on the listening end. Stay tuned for more in the near future.
I have just finished the most thrilling, chilling, sad, mad, crazy sane, podiobook that I have ever listened to! Interference by Eric Luke, is all that and more. So creepy, spooky in some parts, but it all seems like it could really happen at any given time. Thank you for ...
Thanks Tony. That's high praise; I really like the Odd Thomas books too. Koontz and King are favorites of course. Pseudopod has been good to me over the years. I always enjoy reading for them. Stay tuned for further audio, including a part on an upcoming game from Six to ...
Heard about this book on an episode of Psuedopod. I downloaded the first chapter just to check it out. I thought "How good can a free audiobook really be?" I have to tell you, I really enjoyed it. I liked it a lot more than the last Dean Koontz book ...
Thanks Jason. Great to get the seal of approval from an industry pro! It seemed important to get the details right. Downloads continue to increase, which is gratifying. Thanks again. : )

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