Operation Staffhound – Philippe Atherton-Blenkiron (Read by Eric Robert Nolan)

“This is a book someone could turn into a Hollywood movie… a triumph of risk” – Ira Lightman, Ink Sweat & Tears.

Philippe Atherton-Blenkiron’s The Pustoy was released in 2014 by Dagda Publishing. A dystopian novella-in-verse, The Pustoy speaks of a near-future Britain, and the blind eye it appears to be turning to an ongoing, mass genocide. The newly elected Prime Minister, Lev Solokov, has convinced the population that scientific advancements have located the soul, and that there are means to test for those who do not have one. As a solution to the economic crisis, these soulless individuals, ‘the Pustoy’, are to be exterminated on sight. Those without minds cannot mind, after all… 

Here, Eric Robert Nolan, who has recently (and skillfully) turned his hand to the audio sphere of literature, performs ‘Operation Staffhound’ – the evocative origin of the intimidating foot-soldiers that now rule the streets of blood-bath Britain…




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