The Stars Have Eyes, Episode One, “Arrival”

By Neven Iliev

(16 Reviews)

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Synopsis

The universe was a vast, empty, dark, and uncaring place. Then life happened, and the universe was changed forever. Only a teeny-tiny bit, but definitely different. Then again, the universe changes a teeny-tiny bit every second of every day. For instance, if someone were to get off the couch and randomly drink a glass of milk? Bam! One less glass of milk in the universe. Changed forever. Well, excluding any time-travel shenanigans, but anyone who puts a big old hole in the time-space continuum just to un-drink a glass of milk should really reevaluate their priorities. Unless, of course, they were attempting to prevent some massive catastrophe vis-a-vis said glass of milk. Such a scenario is by no means impossible, as one should never underestimate the importance of calcium.

Another important tip for any life forms out there is to keep things in perspective. Some look at the vastness of creation in relation to themselves and go, ‘Man, this sucks!’ These people really need to narrow their focus. Sure, they will never affect anything happening on the other end of the galaxy, but so what? That’s way the heck over there, where it doesn’t matter. Therefore, in order to maintain a healthy mindset, it is important to narrow one’s perspective to the things and people that affect them, and that they can affect in turn.

But what happens if one is an unfathomable cosmic being from beyond the veil of reality? What happens when such an existence is capable of influencing entire swathes of the universe just by its presence? A creature such as Magh’rathlak the Observer? That particular entity is only about average as far as reality-warping creatures from the dawn of time go, so its influence over the fabric of reality is rather limited. And it still struggles to keep things in perspective. That, among other things, is why it decided to narrow its worldview a bit by compressing the maddening vastness of its being into a single corporeal form. Magh’rathlak had never tried such a feat, but that wasn’t about to stop it.

After all, how hard could being human possibly be?

About The Author

When I was little, I used to have dreams of making video games for a living. I didn't have a console, but the games I played on my PC blew my mind as a kid.

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Additional Credits

  • Editing & Mastered By: Ahmed Mahmoud
  • Guitar Performance: Jeff Hays

Reviews (16)

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hope to see more!

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This is a Great story. Neven did a wonderful job on this. SBT did a great job narrating tjis 1st chapter and I am looking forward to hearing the rest.

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I didn’t know what to expect when starting this, but this was amazing. I really look forward to further chapters.

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was actually pretty interesting

really love everybody loves large chest so tried this and i like so looking forward to more

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This is possibly hilarious. Omg the voice acting! I adore the guy doing Joe!

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Incredible. Cant wait for more!

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Sounds like a great Start!

Sounds like a great start. I’m liking the little guy got his self a mate! Lol……….I’ll be a regular on this one looks like.

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So far, so good! Seems like this will be a fun and raunchy series that I’ll really love and get into. Great production value also!!

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Good start ill come back next year when there is enough content

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Wow huge fan of this.

This is going to be good.

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great book

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The stars have lovey eyes

Well paced with brilliant audio accompaniments. The story as all other works by I Niev are utterly engrossing and filled with mystery

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Not bad

Not a bad start. So this is why boxy took so long????? Lol

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A very good start, I like the story and I’m corious how it goes on. LG Roland

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Excellent start to what promises to be a fascinating and somewhat funny story.

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Hilarious!

i am very much looking forward to what Neven Iliev has in store for this story, lovely work by SBT as always <3