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The first audio drama from Tor Labs and Gideon Media, Steal the Stars is a gripping noir science fiction thriller in 14 episodes: Forbidden love, a crashed UFO, an alien body, and an impossible heist unlike any ever attempted - scripted by Mac Rogers, the award-winning playwright and writer of the multi-million download The Message and LifeAfter.
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15 Episodes Available

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In an epic final showdown in the Texas desert - as Sierra closes in from all sides - Dak and Matt finally learn the truth about Moss. This week's episode is brought to you by Squarespace ( offer code STARS).
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Dak and Matt hide out for the night with Matt's ex-girlfriend Teresa, leading Dak to an unexpected moment of connection... and another unexpected moment that threatens to ruin everything. This week's episode is brought to you by Squarespace ( offer code STARS) and Parcast.
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Dak and Matt are finally on the road with their extraterrestrial contraband, but Sierra is hot on their heels. They're finally forced to take refuge in the last place Dak wants to go. This week's episode is brought to you by Squarespace and Audible.
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Getting Moss's body out of Hangar 11 is one thing. Getting it out of Quill Marine is quite another. And there's a lot of checkpoints - and angry people - standing between Dak & Mat and freedom. This week's episode is brought to you by Lore on Amazon.
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By the end of this day, Dak and Matt will either be dead... or they'll have just pulled off the most incredible heist of all time. 
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Dak has to take two vitally important meetings today, with two of the most powerful men in Washington, DC. And they have to go perfectly: her fate and Matt's hang in the balance. This week's episode is sponsored by Spotify, Squarespace ( and Leesa (
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Dak has a whole new plan to be with Matt now, a far more dangerous one. One which will carry her across the country to start putting the pieces in place for a perfect getaway. This week's episode is sponsored by Spotify and Audible (
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As Lloyd reveals startling new details about the origin of Object E, Dak and Matt's plan is hit with one brutal setback after another. This week's episode is sponsored by Spotify, Squarespace ( and Leesa (
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As Dak and Matt put their dangerous plan into effect - which involves stealing highly classified footage and meeting in secret with a reporter - Quill Marine gets some devastating news from Sierra. This week's episode is brought to you by Spotify. 
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After Dak and Patty have to carry out the worst part of their job, Dak's romance with Matt reaches another level. With no legal way to be together, they decide on a desperate plan. This week's episode is brought to you by Audible (
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Today, Trip Haydon - the head of Sierra and the man who holds all their fates in his hand - is visiting Quill Marine. It's the ultimate test of Dak's leadership. There's no margin for even one mistake. This week's episode is brought to you by Spotify, Plated (, terms apply) and Leesa (
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When they find out the man who runs Sierra is paying them a surprise visit, Dak and Matt have to carry out a hazardous test that will either bring them closer together or kill them.This week's episode is sponsored by Plated ( Terms and conditions apply) and Squarespace (, offer code: Stars).
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As Dak and Matt try to extinguish their forbidden relationship before it starts, we meet Lloyd, a brilliant xenobiologist who's about to risk his life in a dangerous encounter with the Harp.This week's episode is sponsored by Plated ( Terms and conditions apply) and Leesa (
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Dakota Prentiss runs security at the secretive Quill Marine compound, run by private defense conglomerate Sierra. Today she's breaking in a new security staffer, Matt Salem. Which means Matt has to pass a crucial test: how he reacts to the secret at the heart of Quill Marine. This week's episode is brought to you by Audible ( and Plated ( Terms apply).
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Steal the Stars is the story of Dakota Prentiss and Matt Salem, two government employees guarding the biggest secret in the world: a crashed UFO. Episode 1 goes live on August 2, 2017.
Two Listeners Discuss The Last Episode: We both loved the series, but maybe we had two different stories in our heads the whole time.
Nov 09, 2017 by Bob J. Koester

BOB: First of all, SPOILERS. If you haven't listened to the podcast yet, do. It's great. Now, I'll start off with my journey as I listened to the early part of the series. Like the protagonists, I fell in love unexpectedly, and somewhat unthinkingly, during the first episode. The specificity of the different characters at the facility, of the situation with the alien artifacts, and the grim, but bearable, near-future world, were all very intriguing without being over-explained. Then, we get to what I'll call the gear-shift, when it turns out we've been setting up a noir all along. We got the forbidden love between earnest people who aren't sure if they can trust each other (very much like the couple in Blood Simple), we've got the target who's rich, hateful, and protected by society, and we've got the means and motivation to break the law to get the target. I probably should have seen it coming, as all sorts of groundwork had been laid (including the title, and the early scene explaining the title), but I didn't. It rattled me for a bit, as I kind of longed for the story I thought I was listening to, but I was definitely still on-board and as the tension ratcheted up I was 100% hooked. Then we get to the last two episodes...but before I get into that, I'd like to hear your impression of the first 12, so we both know where we stand going into it. / ELY: I was pretty much expecting a noir set-up even before I listened, possibly because I had only just recently started listening to Mac Rogers' LifeAfter. I was ready for forbidden, burning love and law-breaking in the name of that love and all the dangerous barriers in the way. But like you, I fell in love utterly with the characters in that first episode, easy as pie. Of all things, I hated Grant way more than I hated Trip Haydon. I hated Trip in the way you hate a rich powerful figure you never interact with, who benefits from society and cares not at all about the peons. But I hated Grant the way I've hated real people I've actually met. I swore at walls and threw pillows when he put Dak into that bind at her house. Like an invasion. That's what struck me the most about those first 12 episodes. It was a constant invasion, from all sides, into what Dak wants to keep precious and hers (her love for Matt). And in those 12 episodes, I didn't just love, but I hated, and that's what kept me hooked. I wanted to see Dak and Matt overcome those insane odds in whatever shape that took. Boy, did Steal the Stars deliver. For me, anyway. / BOB: The delivery you mention will be one place where we disagree, though it won't be the crux of my problems with the last two episodes... / EDIT: You can read the rest of the discussion at...

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