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Templar Chronicles
3 : A Tear in the Sky

by Joseph Nassise
Apr 1, 2012
5 Hours
5
978-1-59950-856-6
Ages 18+
When Knight Commander Cade Williams discovers that his wife, Gabrielle, is not truly dead, but held in some kind of arcane stasis between the lands of the living and the lands of the dead, he vows that nothing will stop him from freeing her soul from the prison surrounding her.

But his vow is tested right from the start when an old friend calls on him to help protect the city of Boston from the ancient scourge that threatens to destroy it, leaving Cade with a heart-breaking choice: Do his duty and save the innocent lives he has sworn to protect or forsake them all in order to rescue the one for whom he would brave the walls of hell itself?
 

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Director & Cast

Director Johann Dettweiler
Starring Richard Rohan, David Coyne, Thomas Penny, Nick DePinto, Thomas Keegan, Bradley Smith, Alexander Strain, Michael Glenn, Johann Dettweiler, Joe Brack, Yazmin Tuazon, Drew Kopas, Eric Messner, Dylan Lynch, Elizabeth Jernigan, Tim Carlin, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Michael John Casey, Colleen Delany, Steven Carpenter, James Lewis and Ken Jackson
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Book 3 by justin (Posted on 12/8/2015)
I really like this one
Awesome by John (Posted on 2/8/2015)
This is a wonderful, exciting story. A shame there is only one more book in this series. A Winner!
Excellent series by Anthony (Posted on 10/30/2014)
This is an excellent supernatural audiobook with great cast & sound affects. As a result I bought the entire series.
More supernatural bad guys getting their butts kicked: by Jason (Posted on 5/23/2014)
I enjoyed this installment in Kade Williams's adventures, but I have to agree with the first reviewer about certain elements regarding some of the supernatural baddies. The Chinese vamps weren't all that impressive and frightening to me. This is strictly on the fault of the author and not GA. The graphic audio cast and crew does a great job on bringing life to the story as usual. I loved the music and sound effects. The final confrontation with the adversary was both quite epic and shall we say without giving away to many spoilers just a little disappointing near the end. I mean what kind of fallen angel is dumb enough to let himself experience that kind of ignominious pain at the hands of a mere mortal? I think that the author needs to watch more final battle scenes between heros and vilins like the fight between Neo and Agent smith in the last installment of the Matrix. Or that second to last lightsaber duel between Obi Wan and Anakan in the Revenge of the Sith. Great story, bad ending fight, I give it 4/5.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Unfortunately, comparing to the first two books, this one falls short in several areas- nothing to do with graphic audio of course, the acting and everything in production are great as usual, but the book itself...

First is the badly written "jiang shi" now, being a Chinese, I am a bit bias about them, which didn't help that the author clearly didn't research into their background before using them in the book. Jiang shis will not, cannot, and do not, use fire, since that is about the only thing that can kill them- not beheading, not crossbow bolt through the head, just fire.

Granted some artistic license can be expected, but when using a cultural reference, it is offensive to those from said culture when the material being used is wrongly handled.

But okay, cultural bias aside, the story itself just doesn't make alot of sense...the motives behind the interactions between the fallen angel and Williams are poorly explained, and that ending's just pure annoying- I won't give spoilers here but it is bad...

The end fight had some good elements to it, but again, fell short just at the good moment- what good is an angel is a sword can damage it so easily?

This links back to what I said in the review of the last book about the wimpy demons getting killed by bullets.

The location of the portal into the beyond- just happened to be in the church...and what's the dead priest's connection...none of these got explained.

And why did the fallen angel want to merge the two worlds? Why would he even care?

In the end, a rather disappointing final book considering how much I enjoyed the previous ones.

On the upside, the music and sounds were fantastic, especially the squeeling noise played when something shocking happened.

If not for graphic audio, the rating would be 1 rather than 3...so good job Graphic Audio team, you guys saved the day again.
Review by robert hir (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Not as good as the first two books, the story gets a little strange in the middle, but comes back around in the end, and def worth a listen. Really liked this series, glad I listened to all 3 of the books (and the preview, which this book fills out some things I didn't get about it when I first listened to it). Excellent production overall.

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