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DS Podfic: 'Broadway Hotel' by Resonant

Title: Broadway Hotel
Author: resonant8
Reader: podfic_lover
Fandom: Due South
Pairing: Fraser/Kowalski
Rating: NC-17

Summary: The expedition's over, and Ray has to learn how to be himself again.

Length/Size: 48 min, 44.1 Mb

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Reader`s Note: This podfic is brought to you by the lovely and generous sadiane, one of my winners at the Sweet Charity Auction.


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May. 1st, 2009 09:56 am (UTC)
Yus! I was just browsing around in the audio fic archive, saw Broadway Hotel, had a minor rant to myself about how could you have missed this?!? and now feel relieved that it's actually brand-spanking-new. *downloads eagerly*
May. 1st, 2009 03:56 pm (UTC)
Yep, got it in just under the deadline. :)

Have fun listening!
May. 4th, 2009 07:58 am (UTC)
Oh, man. I hadn't read this before (I like it best when I hear podfic I haven't read) so I wasn't prepared.

By the time I got to the bit in Fort Good Hope, I was completely enthralled. Your reading of the unravelling between Fraser and Ray made me whimper (at work, mind you *g*). It was a brave decision to really yell Ray's dialogue, give it real punch. It was a very powerful contrast between Ray's harsh defensiveness and Fraser's quiet desperation. I can understand both sides of the argument about how far to dramatise readings, but here... man, it really hit home, no question.

And then there was the steamy sex scene (guh), and the wonderful climax.

I really liked the differentiation between Ray and the voices on the phone. I sometimes find it hard to follow who's who during dialogue in podfic, but this was an effective way of tagging who's speaking, while still being easily audible -- I found it a pleasing use of the medium.

I enjoyed this so much. I'm looking forward to relistening many times over.
May. 6th, 2009 09:10 pm (UTC)
Thank you, I'm glad my emotional reading works for you! *g*

I have that problem with dialogues sometimes, too. What I liked about using the telephone call effect here was, how it intensified the impression of Ray's reclusiveness.
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