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Magic is real. And it’s dangerous. It’s locked in books and relics imbued with power. But sometimes, whether by accident or by design, magic escapes and wreaks havoc upon the world. That’s when Team Three is deployed—known by their enemies as: The Bookburners.
Tasked with identifying and neutralizing magical threats anywhere in the world, the Bookburners are a cohort of special investigators from wildly different walks of life—a New York City detective, a Guatemalan priest, an indestructible woman from China, a techno-occultist from Ireland, and an inquisitive scholar from the Ivory Coast.
But each member of the Bookburners bears the scars of their own past magical trauma. What that means for the team, as they face horrors that threaten their sanity and their very lives, will cause them each to question their mission… and their faith in one another.
Bookburners is a Realm production voiced by Xe Sands, created by Max Gladstone, and written by Max Gladstone, Margaret Dunlap, Amal El-Mohtar, Mur Lafferty, Andrea Phillips, and Brian Francis Slattery. Listen away.
S1 E1 - Badge, Book, and Candle, Part 1
S1 E2 - Badge, Book, and Candle, Part 2
S1 E3 - Anywhere But Here, Part 1
S1 E4 - Anywhere But Here, Part 2
S1 E5 - Fair Weather, Part 1
S1 E6 - Fair Weather, Part 2
S1 E7 - A Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Part 1
S1 E8 - A Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Part 2
S1 E9 - The Market Arcanum, Part 1
S1 E10 - The Market Arcanum, Part 2
S1 E11 - Big Sky, Part 1
S1 E12 - Big Sky, Part 2
S1 E13 - Now And Then, Part 1
S1 E14 - Now And Then, Part 2
S1 E15 - Under My Skin, Part 1
S1 E16 - Under My Skin, Part 2
S1 E17 - Ancient Wonders, Part 1
S1 E18 - Ancient Wonders, Part 2
S1 E19 - Shore Leave, Part 1
Stop putting this crap in Fiction. Literally half this “podcast” is “said” he said” etc - why are bland audio books in fiction?
the episode is messed up skips in several parts
I hate when white people write black characters, especially women. They always make us aggressive, mean, and violent. Then they make white people the saviors of black people or the victims. It's gross and a great example as to how disconnected some people are to other cultures. They rely off their biases and stereotypes to create characters which further adds to the problem.
Liam and sal are so cute together
someone messed up this episode real bad
A lot of "X said," with all the exposition in this episode. Wish the writers used more adjectives to mix up the characters' stated intentions, like perhaps, "X asked," or "X exclaimed." Using just one verb becomes repetitive and somewhat annoying when listening.
Audio book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️