The Green World

Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.2 stars; 107 reviews)

The planet was an enigma. Among the thousands of inhabitable planets that had been discovered and visited, Veridis alone seemed to defy the laws of planetary development and evolution. It was extremely young, barely 10 million years had passed since it was completely molten and yet now it was covered with life of all kinds; kinds that should have not had a chance to even begin to develop, much less reach their current stage. To investigate this anomaly among the stars, a team of experienced specialists was sent out to delve further into the mystery and if possible, solve it. Other than the obvious fields of planetology and geology, other specialties were included like paleontology and archaeology. The highly dangerous flora and fauna of the planet do not help at all. So, what is the cause? It lies deeper in the Green Planet than anyone thinks and is much more dangerous than they can ever imagine. (2 hr 43 min)


Part I 22:35 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part II 27:12 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part III 22:44 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part IV 22:14 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part V 20:06 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part VI 13:58 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part VII 21:16 Read by Phil Chenevert
Part VIII 13:07 Read by Phil Chenevert



(5 stars)

enjoyed it. had a Different Twist. thank you Phil for great read

A classic story and very well read

(5 stars)

Clever Story

(5 stars)

A fun tale! Well read by the great Phil Chenevert, as always!

An interesting short story. well read

(4 stars)

This is an interesting story which has some good ideas and is largely well realised. I’m in two minds if the ending js cleverly played or somewhat abrupt. It’s a good listen and the reader does it justice throughout

(5 stars)

WOW what an incredible ending could not have ever come up with a better way to surprise an ending then just quit writing πŸ€”πŸ˜‚πŸ€«πŸ€― thanks Phil excellent narrative, you could of ................πŸ€«πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ€£

(3 stars)

had potential but I had to sit through way to many boring parts for what I consider an awful ending

very detailed but not much story

(3 stars)

Well read, but not that interesting.

(3.5 stars)