Now Available: Fin’s Revolution, Part III

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The Fin’s Revolution Podcast is back with the next 15 chapters of the tale!

This month marks 10 years since the publication of Fiddler’s Green, and as he did with The Fiddler’s Gun, the author, Pete Peterson, is revisiting the story by reading it aloud via podcast.

Join Fin Button and her crew of outcasts as they embark on a voyage to the Mediterranean in search of a lost countess and an end to the war. To win the prize, Fin will need the help of an ancient seafaring order, the Knights of Malta—and the resolve of one faithful knight could alter more than just the outcome of the revolution. It could mend the heart of a lonely girl and give rise to an American legend.

Part 3, “The Crossing” (chapters 26-40), is now available via the Rabbit Room Podcast Network. Look for part 4 (and more bonus content) coming soon!

Click here to listen to the Fin’s Revolution Podcast.

And click here to view The Fiddler’s Gun in the Rabbit Room Bookstore.


4 Comments

  1. Janet R.

    Just found this podcast and have been eagerly soaking in the story for the first time ever. I’m already listening to Part 2 and I’m hopeful that by the time I finish Part 3 there will be news on the horizon about the release of Part 4! Maybe starting over a year late to the party will work in my favor. *fingers crossed*
    Thank you to Pete for his generosity in sharing Fin’s story through this medium!

  2. Pete Peterson

    @pete

    I am SO sorry that the final two parts of the story aren’t yet complete. I record these things at my house and for the past year there’s been a development under construction right next to our yard and our world has devolved into a cacophony of bulldozers and hammers, an environment not conducive to audiobook recording, I’m afraid. We are hopeful that they’ll be finished soon and the world will return to normal.

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