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Publisher's Summary

"The Chambers Tape", written and directed by Graham Reznick.
Life got you down? We have just the tonic! Relax, breathe deeply, and close your eyes. Let the calming effects of The Aviary work its magic on you.
Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid's award-winning Tales from Beyond the Pale, now entering its sixth year, has produced over 40 audio dramas from a wide array of today's leading genre writers and directors. Season three was produced by Larry Fessenden, Glenn McQuaid, and Jenn Wexler. The full cast includes Sophia Takal and Lawrence Michael Levine.
©2015 Tales from Beyond the Pale, LLC (P)2015 Tales from Beyond the Pale, LLC
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 04-17-16

BREATHE IN, BREATHE OUT

REMEMBER THE FIVE WORDS
The production on this was exceptional. It is a recording within a recording. Partly it ponders back to the old cassette days and the old mediation tapes. I did not find it particular scary, but did find it an interesting and unique experience. I listened while walking the dogs, but believe you would be better off listening in a dark quiet room, as Dr. Chambers suggest, to get the full enjoyment of the tape.

I look forward to you joining us!!

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By Claudia Spohn on 03-26-16

I didn't want this to end

Misha needs to do guided meditations. His voice is just so rich and sucks you in. When he said "good" when you followed direction, I got happy that I pleased him and did what he asked. Damn, he's quite the cult leader, eh? He could read anything and I would hang on to his every word.

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