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A Warhammer Horror audio drama. A ship becalmed in space needs repairs. Fortunately, a nearby watch station offers refuge. Surely nothing can go wrong for the crew of the Fortune's Favour? Listen to it because: Atmospheric, tense, terrifying...it's an audio experience tailor-made to chill you, and from the opening drama to the tense conclusion, you'll be on the edge of you A Warhammer Horror audio drama. A ship becalmed in space needs repairs. Fortunately, a nearby watch station offers refuge. Surely nothing can go wrong for the crew of the Fortune's Favour? Listen to it because: Atmospheric, tense, terrifying...it's an audio experience tailor-made to chill you, and from the opening drama to the tense conclusion, you'll be on the edge of your seat. The story: In the midst of a vast gas nebula lies a remote watch-station, hanging silently against a tapestry of dying stars. It sits alone, patiently awaiting lost travellers adrift in the freezing vastness of the void. To such souls it appears as a blessing, a safe haven from the warp storms that wrack the immaterium and destroy the ships of those foolish enough to test the tides. To Captain Arq and her crew, it is one thing - refuge. But things are never so simple. Written by Rachel Harrison. Running time approx. 77 minutes. Performed by Grace Andrews, Steve Conlin, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Carla Mendonca, Colleen Prendergast, David Seddon, and David Sibley.


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A Warhammer Horror audio drama. A ship becalmed in space needs repairs. Fortunately, a nearby watch station offers refuge. Surely nothing can go wrong for the crew of the Fortune's Favour? Listen to it because: Atmospheric, tense, terrifying...it's an audio experience tailor-made to chill you, and from the opening drama to the tense conclusion, you'll be on the edge of you A Warhammer Horror audio drama. A ship becalmed in space needs repairs. Fortunately, a nearby watch station offers refuge. Surely nothing can go wrong for the crew of the Fortune's Favour? Listen to it because: Atmospheric, tense, terrifying...it's an audio experience tailor-made to chill you, and from the opening drama to the tense conclusion, you'll be on the edge of your seat. The story: In the midst of a vast gas nebula lies a remote watch-station, hanging silently against a tapestry of dying stars. It sits alone, patiently awaiting lost travellers adrift in the freezing vastness of the void. To such souls it appears as a blessing, a safe haven from the warp storms that wrack the immaterium and destroy the ships of those foolish enough to test the tides. To Captain Arq and her crew, it is one thing - refuge. But things are never so simple. Written by Rachel Harrison. Running time approx. 77 minutes. Performed by Grace Andrews, Steve Conlin, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Carla Mendonca, Colleen Prendergast, David Seddon, and David Sibley.

30 review for The Way Out

  1. 5 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    The Way Out is an audio drama from Black Library (Games Workshop) and was part of last year's Digital Horror Week. Something that I didn't know existed, but that I really hope happens again this year so I can follow it! It fits in perfectly with the rest of the Warhammer Horror series, and as such, it is a dark and twisted tale. Written by Rachel Harrison, this entire story is performed, rather than simply narrated. Performers include Grace Andrews, Steve Conlin, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, The Way Out is an audio drama from Black Library (Games Workshop) and was part of last year's Digital Horror Week. Something that I didn't know existed, but that I really hope happens again this year so I can follow it! It fits in perfectly with the rest of the Warhammer Horror series, and as such, it is a dark and twisted tale. Written by Rachel Harrison, this entire story is performed, rather than simply narrated. Performers include Grace Andrews, Steve Conlin, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Carla Mendonca, Colleen Prendergast, and David Seddon, and David Sibley. Somewhere out in remote space is a watch-station. It is empty, or nearly so. By all appearances, it is a safe haven for those stranded out in the middle of nowhere space. That is by design. Those lost and in need of aid never seem to ask why this watch-station is so perfectly placed for their needs. Fortune's Favor isn't the first ship to make the mistake of docking here. It won't be the last ship either. All the crew can hope for is a way out. Holy cow. The Way Out is every bit the audio drama I could have hoped for, with an extra dash of spine-tingling thrills. It's dark and twisted, but in a way that makes it perfect for Halloween season. Or any time you want to be completely freaked out. If you've ever read or listened to any other Warhammer Horror novel out there or followed some of the events in the larger universe, then you can probably take a guess at what happened on the silent watch-station. That doesn't make it any less thrilling, let me tell you. If anything, it will only increase the anticipation, while they wait to see what happens to Fortune's Favor fully plays out. What really brought this entire tale to new heights is the performance itself. I've never heard anything quite like it. You can clearly see (hear) how hard everyone worked to make The Way Out as chilling as possible. The Way Out is a perfect example of what I hope and expect from this horror line, and thus I recommend it to anyone considering diving into this dark and twisted world. It's perfect for fans old and new, and especially so for around this time of year. Check out more of my reviews over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This is the best Black Library audio drama I have heard. It's a fantastic haunted-house-in-space drama. There are other plot synopses on here, so I'll just write about what I liked (spoiler-free): Actors: The voice acting is clear, the characters are easy to differentiate, the sounds and FX are subtle when they need to be, complementing the mood and drama perfectly. And the daemonic voices are suitably scary (compare this with the thin and weedy sound of Kurtha Sedd's daemonic voice in Nick Kyme's This is the best Black Library audio drama I have heard. It's a fantastic haunted-house-in-space drama. There are other plot synopses on here, so I'll just write about what I liked (spoiler-free): Actors: The voice acting is clear, the characters are easy to differentiate, the sounds and FX are subtle when they need to be, complementing the mood and drama perfectly. And the daemonic voices are suitably scary (compare this with the thin and weedy sound of Kurtha Sedd's daemonic voice in Nick Kyme's (otherwise terrific) Censure). Best listened to on good quality headphones late at night. Script: There was a great mix of humour, drama, horror and suspense. The writing was clear and the plot was understandable, which isn't always the case in BL audio dramas (they tend to be too complicated for their own good). The characters were well defined and differentiated, each with their own motives, temptations and resolutions. This was the first Rachel Harrison story I have read/heard, and I hope she writes more horror.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lenny

    As the Fortune's Favour emergency drops out of Warp a nearby watch station offers a place to conduct repairs. Once aboard however the crew is haunted with visions of the past and future. They quickly realize this star-crossed station is not a place of refuge after all. The Way Out embodies how Chaos uses peoples flaws and doubts to feed itself. Horror is also perfect for an audio drama with atmospheric audio and special effect. Lots of conversation and introspection instead of action and battle s As the Fortune's Favour emergency drops out of Warp a nearby watch station offers a place to conduct repairs. Once aboard however the crew is haunted with visions of the past and future. They quickly realize this star-crossed station is not a place of refuge after all. The Way Out embodies how Chaos uses peoples flaws and doubts to feed itself. Horror is also perfect for an audio drama with atmospheric audio and special effect. Lots of conversation and introspection instead of action and battle since these are more often than not too jumbled and chaotic with special effect. This is Warhammer horror at its best!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gary Laporte

    I've listened to the audio book version of this novel and quite enjoyed it. My only gripe was it was very classic and I kind of guessed how it would end. It really is a classic horror story with various characters haunted by things in their past for most of them and how they try and find... a way out. The audio version sounded very well acted to me and the special effects and sounds always improved the mood and never felt cheap. So, as a horror fan, I enjoyed it even if it was a bit too predictabl I've listened to the audio book version of this novel and quite enjoyed it. My only gripe was it was very classic and I kind of guessed how it would end. It really is a classic horror story with various characters haunted by things in their past for most of them and how they try and find... a way out. The audio version sounded very well acted to me and the special effects and sounds always improved the mood and never felt cheap. So, as a horror fan, I enjoyed it even if it was a bit too predictable. :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

    Outstanding audio drama, great script: Event Horizon, 40K edition. Despite the familiar plot, the author executes the tropes at a higher level than most. There is a palpable tension and atmosphere throughout.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Wan

    W40k meets Event Horizon. It's not really inspired, but not bad either. It's hard for stories in the Warhammer universe to be genuinely scary. There's something about the ultramilitant setting, and the dark for darkness sake atmosphere, which is self-parodying. W40k meets Event Horizon. It's not really inspired, but not bad either. It's hard for stories in the Warhammer universe to be genuinely scary. There's something about the ultramilitant setting, and the dark for darkness sake atmosphere, which is self-parodying.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Schoener

    Very atmospheric. Well performed. Pretty good.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Wilfried

  9. 4 out of 5

    Noah Olthoff

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joel Gray

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hayden Payne

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shawn Pleil

  13. 4 out of 5

    John

  14. 4 out of 5

    Neil Saunders

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dewey Square

  16. 4 out of 5

    Luke Costin

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tyson

  18. 4 out of 5

    David

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris Quinn

  20. 5 out of 5

    DarkChaplain

  21. 4 out of 5

    David

  22. 5 out of 5

    Liam Loftus

  23. 5 out of 5

    Adam Colclough

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dennis Gamst

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jay

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rich

  27. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  28. 4 out of 5

    William

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jakub Sládek

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jack White

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