Malevolent: Part One, “The Dark World”

By Harlan Guthrie

(22 Reviews)

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Synopsis

Arkham Private Investigator, Arthur Lester, wakes up with no memory of who he is, with a strange, eerie voice guiding him through the darkness. Blind, terrified, and confused, his journey begins with a series of mysteries in the hopes of understanding what has happened.

As cosmic horrors begin to seep into the world around, Arthur must ask himself whether this creature truly wants to help him or are its intentions more… Malevolent?

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About The Author

Harlan Guthrie (he/him) is a creative, nerdy, medium sized dynamo. He is a writer, voice actor, editor, and creator of a number of different shows and streams. He has a Dungeons & Dragons Actual Play Podcast called Dice Shame that has been featured on Wizards of the Coast Podcasts of the Frostmaiden event and you can find him pulling the strings in the Audio Drama “Malevolent” or streaming Wednesday nights on The INVICTUS Stream.

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Additional Credits

  • Editing & Mastered By: Harlan Guthrie
  • Music Composed By: Justin Thomas James
  • Guitar Produced & Performed By: Aaron J. Morton
  • Additional Music By: Bobby Cole

Reviews (22)

Guided by the Voice.

Excellent narration, made even more enjoyable by respective skin effects. The story is dark, a little car fetched but very intriguing.

Creepy

Very vivid and entrancing!

Got to love the Lovecraft

Cool

Great, very good sound and the story is immersive, I’m going for the second chapter

Amazing

This is such an amazing story i am hooked

Very interesting narrative perspective. Let’s see where this is going. Get it? “See” where this is going? Haha

so far amazing!! can wait to catch up!

This is awesome.

Well written, amazingly acted, great soundscape!

Like a horror/mystery radio play. The main character’s condition is perfect for the format and can really pull the listener in. The sometimes subtle background sounds are amazingly woven for each scene. The actors at Soundbooth Theatre are always top notch, and this work is no exception.

Great 👍

G

hooked

it doesn’t quite feel like horror but it makes me curious about more. I am definitely hooked to the story.