I am always on the search for a good podcast to listen to, so like to share when I run across a good one. My latest favorite is the thriller, Shipworm.
None of my regular go-to podcast had any new episodes that struck my fancy, so I scrolled down to Apple Podcasts' most popular. Rarely do you make a random choice and have it work out, but this one captured my attention right away.
It is very suspenseful and extremely wild (I realized this after I tried to give Joel a recap and ended up talking for way too long, but felt every detail was necessary). Without giving too many details, the premise is a doctor is unknowingly implanted with an undetectable device and starts hearing a voice. The voice gives direction on what the doctor needs to do to complete a very specific mission. He had to follow all of the directions exactly, or his family would be in danger. The story introduces you to many different characters and locations throughout. Many being important pieces of the puzzle.
I myself was very surprised at my feelings towards "the voice" by the end and think you might be, too.
I believe this podcast is fairly new and they called it the "first of its kind feature-length audio movie." It was just that. Very good visual descriptions so you could create an outline of people/places and color it in from there. It was around two hours, perfect for a long, continuous drive so you can listen all the way through - trust me, you'll want to.