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mobi Å Mostly Void Partially Stars ↠ Joseph Fink S hitting than 100 million downloads and Night Vale has expanded to a successful live multi cast international touring stage show and a New York Times bestselling novel Now the first two seasons are available as books offering an entertaining reading experience and a valuable reference guide to past episodesMostly Void Partially Stars introduces us to Night Vale a town in the American Southwest where every conspiracy theory is true and to the strange but friendly people who live thereMostly Void Partially Stars features an introduction by creator and co w This is the first in a set of at least for now four books that collect all of the “Welcome to Night Vale” scripts along with a couple of pages of commentary on each episode I wasn’t previously familiar with Night Vale but my 21 year old daughter told me she listened to the podcasts regularly Night Vale is a town where weird sometimes spooky often creepy things happen on a daily basis and are reported on with euanimity by our radio announcer CecilThey have a very dry absurdist type of humor that I enjoyed and I even listened to two or three episodes on YouTube But I never really got into them and it was too easy to set this aside for other compelling reads I think fans of the podcasts will really enjoy these books They’re probably not the best place to start for newbies thoughI received a free copy of these books from the publicist for review Thanks and sorry they didn’t work out for me
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Mostly Void Partially Stars mobi º 281 pages Download ↠ [PDF / Epub] ☃ Mostly Void Partially Stars By Joseph Fink – Gwairsoft.co.uk From the authors of the New York Times bestselling novel Welcome to Night Vale and the creators of the #1 international podcast of the same name comes a collection of episodes from S Riter Joseph Fink a foreword by Cory Doctorow and behind the scenes commentary and guest introductions by performers from the podcast and notable fans including Cecil Baldwin Cecil Dylan Marron Carlos and Kevin R Free Kevin among others Also included is the full script from the first Welcome to Night Vale live show Condos Beautiful illustrations by series artist Jessica Hayworth accompany each episodeMostly Void Partially Stars is an absolute must have whether you’re a fan of the podcast or discovering for the first time the wonderful world of Night Vale Hey you Yeah you there The one whose eyes happened to come across this review are you a Welcome to Night Vale fan? If not go away This book isn’t for you This is a Night Vale book for Night Vale people No I don’t care that Joseph Fink one of the writers of Night Vale says in his introduction that the book is for you even if you’re not already a fan It’s not Go awayI’ll waitLooks around carefully Are all the non fans gone? Good The meeting is next Thursday on the thirteenth minute of the thirteenth hour It will last precisely thirteen seconds then all will be knownOh dear there seems to be some non fans still reading That won’t do That won’t do at allSends a guard to escort them to the library So yeah in terms of the book it’s great As it says on the coverdescription the book contains written transcripts of the first year of the show It also contains introductions by one of the people involved usually one of the writers sometimes voice actors that offer a lot of interesting information in regards to the creation of the episode It also features the script for the live show “Condos” which is a nice bonus Now some non fans may be saying “But wait you can listen to almost all of this book for free Did you just pay money for some introductions and a few bonuses?” To which I respond “Why are you still here? Didn’t the librarians devour your soul yet?”Another kinder response could be as follows Are you afraid of the inevitable apocalypse that will shut down the Internet or destroy technology thus making it where you can never enjoy Night Vale again? Then this book is for you
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Mostly Void Partially StarsFrom the authors of the New York Times bestselling novel Welcome to Night Vale and the creators of the #1 international podcast of the same name comes a collection of episodes from Season One of their hit podcast featuring an introduction by the authors behind the scenes commentary and original illustrationsIn June of 2012 the creators of Welcome to Night Vale began airing twice weekly podcasts By the anniversary show a year later the fanbase had exploded vaulting the podcast into the #1 spot on iTunes Since then its popularity has grown by epic proportion A friendly desert community where the sun is hot the moon is beautiful and mysterious lights pass overhead while we all pretend to sleepPerhaps you're familiar with the odd goings on in this scientifically interesting town If not first listen to the strange disembodied voices coming from your preferred listening device and then read this book I tried reading these podcast scripts aloud in my best James Earl Jones voice but it is just not the same as listening to Cecil Baldwin describing the Glow Cloud the horribly racist Apache Tracker and the vast underground city to be found in the pin retrieval area of the Desert Flower Bowling Alley and Arcade Fun ComplexPlus the weather forecasts really suck in written formBut for fans of the show this is a treat a chance to revisit your favorite episodes and linger over sentences that made you laugh or shiver the first time you heard them All the transcribed podcasts from the first year are here along with commentary by the writers plus the script of Condos the first live Night Vale showNext Saturday is the big lottery drawing listeners right out in front of city hall and your community radio station has put together a few helpful tips for winningThe lottery is of course mandatory but how can you get the best odds for drawing a blank white paper and not one of the purple pieces that means you'll be ceremoniously disemboweled and eaten by the wolves at the Night Vale Petting Zoo and Makeshift Carnival? I know to some of you young people this lottery seems like a barbarous outdated tradition but if not for municipally planned citizen sacrifice each uarter how else would we find satisfactory meats to feed those sad scrawny animals?