Crescent by Phil Rossi (a podiobook goint to print)

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Crescent by Phil RossiPhil Rossi, that magnificent beast, writes in to remind us of his podcast novel Crescent. Check out his promo |MP3| and then, if you likes what you hears, check it out either on the Crescent website or over on Here’s the description:

Some places are far darker than deep space. Places where the shadows smile. Where men go mad and lovers go missing. These stygian corners of existence are where reality is stretched thin and something hungry is waiting just outside the corner of your eye.

Turn out the lights, take a deep breath, and dare to visit one of these places.

Crescent is dark science fiction at it’s most visceral. Phil Rossi weaves a tale that is reminiscent of old school Stephen King but with a shiny, new set of tricks and an appetite to terrify. There’s sex. There’s corruption. There’s horror. And after you sweat your way through the first chapter, there’s plenty more to keep you awake at night.

The podiobook’s been popular enough to get picked up, like a select few before it, by Dragon Moon Press. According to Rossi it’ll be out in its paperbook version in 2009.

Posted by Jesse Willis

One thought to “Crescent by Phil Rossi (a podiobook goint to print)”

  1. Great characterization, delicious production, delightful use of language, and an author unabashedly pushing all my emotional buttons: fear, revulsion, humor, sexuality. Can’t wait for the sequel. Caveat: Do not listen while on the rooftop with only moonlight shining upon you. The sound of a cricket almost prompted cardiac arrest.

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