Life after the War of the Worlds. The narrator contends with his PTSD while detailing all we have learned from the corpses and wreckage of our would-be destoryers. Important questions can finally be answered, but more important are the chilling questions the aftermath asks.
I hope you have enjoyed listening to my adaptation of Herbert George Wells' The War of the Worlds. This has been a passion project of mine and I'm so happy to be able have recorded, proofed, edited, mastered and freely shared with you my interpretation of this astonishing book. Science fiction has brought me so much relief and joy when depressed, and it would not be what it is without this book. Thank you Mr. Wells.
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The War of the Worlds is a public domain book, however this recording of it is copyright to me, RJ Bayley, 2021.