Tales from the Archives Vol. 2 - #8
By: Pip Ballantine & Tee Morris
Written & Narrated by: Shaun Farrell
Format: Podcast, 36:56 minutes
Genre: Fantasy, Steampunk
Series: 8th in Tales of the Archives Vol. 2 podcasts, part of A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series
Recommendation: Nice way to meet new characters and authors in this steampunk-ish world particularly if you enjoyed the book; A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel, Phoenix Rising. The archives are full of stories to be told.
Cordelia is called to a strange theatre by a message from her estranged father, and she hopes for a joyful reunion. Her father though has been treading on dangerous ground while trying to impress the Director the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. Still Cordelia cannot possibly know the strange and terrifying details of what lies within this particular play house.
My Thoughts and Summary:
Wellington works to keep the case from Eliza, as she struggles to get it, it rips in two...it's from the theater, and knowing Eliza's experiences with theaters...well...
Cordelia receives an unexpected note from the father who abandoned her and her mother for adventure. When Cordelia shows up to the theater she can't believe what she finds. Now Cordelia will have to share this amazing and horrid tale with Dr. Sound, whom her father mentioned in the letter.
This story tells a shocking tale from Charles Fitzroy to Cordelia on Lenore. It's neat to see how Fitzroy controls the "show" of the theater from his box, with knobs and gears. And the energy created and absorbed from the audience.
This story ends with an ending, but a possibility of revisiting these characters. I'd be curious to see more of these characters and what's created around Lenore and Charles Fitzroy.
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There are short stories always added to the listing. So keep checking back!
I listened to this short story for my own enjoyment.