PREVIOUSLY ON CYRIL READS BLASTER MASTER: Meet Jason. Recently he lost his pet frog. Jason chased after Fred, the frog, and discovered a creepy old swamp. Before long he decided to jump down a huge hole because maybe, just maybe that's where his frog went. That's right, he jumped down a huge hole. But it's a good thing he did, because he met an alien girl named Eve who was on Earth collecting samples. Unfortunately Eve inadvertently brought an evil group of plutonium monsters with her. Thankfully Jason and Eve have a space car, SOPHIA 3rd. Will this odd couple be able to defeat the evil monsters and save the world? Find out on another exciting episode of Cyril Reads Blaster Master!
After several weeks of lengthy episodes, this week's Cyril Reads Blaster Master is as short as they come. This time around we're only reading five pages ... combined. The closing thoughts are practically as long as both chapters. It's really sad. Thankfully, the chapters are worth listening to. Plus, they introduce a brand new twist you didn't see coming. No really, you didn't see this coming!
Don't be worried that the remaining episodes are going to be this short, the next two chapters are the usual length. They are also more exciting. Trust me, I've read ahead. That's not to say that you won't enjoy this episode, but those coming here for action-packed boss battles will no doubt be disappointed. Oh well, those people don't read this section anyway, so I can thumb my nose at them all I want. You guys are losers. And you would have heard me if you actually read this page. But you don't, so all of the cool people should just check out chapters 14 and 15 in A.L. Singer's amazing Blaster Master book!
NOTE: What you are about to listen to is Cyril Lachel actually reading the real book, Blaster Master. Released in 1991 by Scholastic Publishing, Blaster Master is a lighthearted (and generally non-violent) action story that is all of 120 pages long. We have not altered A.L. Singers' original book in any way, this really is what they released for $2.95 almost twenty years ago.)