Welcome to the Apocalist Book Club! Your hosts Nella and Raven are reading all apocalyptic fiction in chronological order. Join the club--you have time now.
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16 episodes
since Oct. 29, 2018
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#13: The Year is 1912 and William Hope Hodgson was never taught to tag his porn. It's billions of years into the future, the sun is gone and science might be responsible for the monsters that roam the land--so you better not leave the 7-mile high pyramid where the millions of surviving humans live. A reminder to those of you playing the home game, Everest is only 5.49-ish miles high. Come for the time Hope pissed off Harry Houdini, stay for 27 exasperated "uh-huh"s.  Support us at https://www.patreon.com/nellachronism Follow the progress of the Apocalist here Follow us on twitter @ApocalistC, Email us at [email protected] CREDITS: Art by Michael Vincent Bramley. Music by Robare Pruyn. Sound editing by Crutch Phrase Studio.
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