The Lost Coast: Chapter One - Eli Horowitz & John Brandon

The Lost Coast: Chapter One

By Eli Horowitz & John Brandon

  • Release Date: 2017-07-19
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 30 Ratings)


THE LOST COAST is a six-part novella, serialized alongside Season Two of HOMECOMING, the podcast from Gimlet Media.

In this chapter: Walter awakens, bit by bit. His mother is waiting.


  • A novel idea!

    By GreenA
    Maybe this has been done before, this pairing of audio drama with related book chapters, released simultaneously as episodes. If so, then I’d like to find those too. For now, I have Homecoming and The Lost Coast, both gripping, well-made, and incredibly creative in how they’re released. The bad part? Six episodes per season is too short! Here’s looking ahead for season three!
  • Bad formatting, a pain to read

    By MichaelNordmeyer
    The formatting is static so it won’t fill the whole screen of my iPhone 7 Plus. It’s more like a PDF than an ebook. That means I cannot change the font and font size etc.
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  • Don't have Apple

    By GibbyNotHappy
    Why only Apple?
  • It's not fair to make it only for iOS devices...

    By oleg_magician
    You should make an Android version!
  • Why is this only available on iBooks???

    By Whyyyyyyy???
    Why is this only available on iBooks?? I find it not fair that I can't access it with my andriod and PC devices....
  • Great job

    By LizaAnn
    The podcasted story would stand on its own, but hearing a different character's perspective rounds the story all out. I think this works well.
  • Great Addition to the Story

    By Kmf yoga
    I love the pod and this is a great way to get another view on the story. I like the weekly release and look forward to it each week.
  • Backstory

    By Zoe @ Blessed and Bewildered
    It's good to have a bit of a backstory. Just listening to the podcast you don't get everything that you need to completely understand the story. This is a unique concept and I like it.
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