Neural Wraith 3 | Podium Audio

Neural Wraith

Neural Wraith 3

Book 3

By: K.D. Robertson

Performed by: Stephanie Savannah

Released: August 01, 2023

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 14 hr, 40 min

Neo Babylon’s neural implants are iconic—and are now implicated in a mass murder that threatens the foundation of the city.
Detective Nick Waite finds himself struggling with the case. He’s spent his entire life without a neural implant, excluded from the Altnet, and now needs to investigate a crime steeped in it.
Nick will need to rely heavily on his subordinates, the city’s elite police Archangels. Unfortunately, the deployment of the new prototype, Ezekiel, is threatening to cause a schism in their ranks if he doesn’t intervene.
Tensions rise almost by the hour while he investigates. Babylon’s corporate overlords are at each other’s throats while its people stage virtual protests. If the tensions boil over before Nick identifies the culprit, the city’s dark history might repeat itself.



K.D. Robertson

K.D. Robertson is an author who greatly prefers writing pulp fantasy novels to his office job. He lives in Australia and could probably spend a little less time playing video games.



Stephanie Savannah

In addition to narrating over 100 audiobooks under several names, Stephanie has been seen and heard on stage in New York City and across the country. Stephanie has narrated in many genres, including Sci-Fi, Fantasy, LitRPG, Harem, True Crime, Literature, Horror, Business, and Non-Fiction. AudioFile Magazine, the audiobook industry standard for audiobook reviews, said she "uses good expression," and "has a good selection of voices," turning in a "solid performance." LitRPG Podcast said, "The narration by Stephanie Savannah stuns. She never hesitates, and she tackles serious material with vigor and enthusiasm. She certainly has the feel for filling the action and emotion in the right spots and keeps each character clearly defined. As juggling acts go, she’s flipping live chainsaws and making them look like rubber balls."