DARK SHADOWS: THE PATH OF FATE at Big Finish

"Over there, it's a cruel, dark place. The master

tells me that when Quentin Collins finds my

heart, I can come back. Now I am back."

Over a century ago, the first Quentin Collins built a stairway to traverse time, opening the way to countless, unimaginable realms of past and future. To prevent his family’s destruction, he dismantled his creation, but now a new, mysterious stairway has appeared at Collinwood. The present-day Quentin finds himself drawn to explore the shadows at its farthest reaches, only to discover that the power lurking there holds no love for any members of the Collins family—Quentin in particular.

To save himself—and his family—from destruction, Quentin forges an unlikely alliance with Angelique, herself a dangerous agent of darkness. But if she uses her powers to help him, she risks her own eternal damnation. Can the two of them prevail over this new terror before it destroys them both—and ultimately consumes the entire Collins family?

Dark Shadows: The Path of Fate
Script by Stephen Mark Rainey
Starring: Lara Parker and David Selby
Released by Big Finish
Format: Audio CD
Running Time: 69 minutes
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Price: $15.82
ISBN: 978-1-84435-377-4
Release Date: December 2008

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Now from Big Finish...all new, full-cast audio dramas and talking books on CD, based on the classic gothic drama serial. Dark Shadows: The Path of Fate stars original ABC-TV series cast members David Selby as Quentin Collins and Lara Parker as Angelique.


Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (with Elizabeth Massie), Balak, The Lebo Coven, Blue Devil Island, and The Nightmare Frontier; the short story collections Fugue Devil & Other Weird Horrors, The Last Trumpet, Legends of the Night, and Other Gods; and over 80 works of short fiction. He achieved questionable infamy and absolutely no fortune as editor of Deathrealm magazine, and has edited the anthologies Deathrealms, Song of Cthulhu, and Evermore (with James Robert Smith).

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