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Alcatraz
3 : Alcatraz Versus The Knights of Crystallia

by Brandon Sanderson
Dec 5, 2017
6 Hours
978-1-62851-552-7
All Ages
In this third Alcatraz adventure, Alcatraz Smedry has made it to the Free Kingdoms at last. Unfortunately, so have the evil Librarians--including his mother!

Now Alcatraz has to find a traitor among the Knights of Crystallia, make up with his estranged father, and save one of the last bastions of the Free Kingdoms from the Evil Librarians.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nathanial Perry
Starring Alejandro Ruiz as Alcatraz, Carolyn Kashner as Bastille, Chris Genebach as Grandpa, Eric Messner as Folsom, Sakile Lyles as Himalaya, Evan Casey as Rikers, Zeke Alton as Sing, Bruce Rauscher as Archedis, Terence Aselford as Attica, Kimberly Gilbert as Pattywagon, Marni Penning as Shasta, Scott McCormick as King Dartmoor, Steven Carpenter as Fitzroy, Yasmin Tuazon as Australia, Eva Wilhelm as Draulin, and Nanette Savard as She Who Cannot Be Named; with Richard Rohan, Ken Jackson, Bradley Smith, Tony Penny, Ryan Carlo Dalusung, Colleen Delany, Jason B. McIntosh, Dani Stoller, and David Jourdan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nathanial Perry
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Cover Illustrator Scott Brundage
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Alcatraz 3 by Dominique (Posted on 10/3/2018)
Took a minute on this one as well, I enjoyed it though, Bastille is my girl and I felt her pain. But Alcatraz is the man!!!
Alcatraz Versus The Knights of Crystallia by J (Posted on 9/1/2018)
The Alcatraz series continues with book 3, and Alcatraz finally visits the Free Kingdoms. We learn more about Bastille's heritage as Alcatraz fights to restore her title and reputation. Something seemed to be missing from this installment, but it was still entertaining and answered some questions from the first two books.
Could have been better! by Roger (Posted on 8/7/2018)
I was expecting the succession of these books to continue on the path that the first two did but, I was a little disappointed. I will continue to the next book, anticipating a better result.
World Building by Scott (Posted on 4/22/2018)
This is what I call the world building book of the series. They all add some, but this book we finally arrive in the Freelands themselves and we finally get to see what life is like there. We learn more about the knights and Bastills family, and learn some history and politics of the Smedrys in the freelands and an interesting things about the talents. This felt like we finally got to know these people as more than one dimensional characters. Plus WAR, and how its fought in this fantastic world.
A great third installment, but sagged midway by Amy (Posted on 2/18/2018)
This was a great third book. For the most part, I was engrossed, sucked into more of Alcatraz's adventures. However, the middle sagged heavily. I put it down for an entire month. But when I picked it back up, I was brought right back in.

Graphic Audio once again knocked it out of the park
This adaptation deserves a standing ovation! by Diego (Posted on 1/15/2018)
The third installment in this series was thoroughly entertaining from start to finish but I got to say, the 4th wall wasn't broken in this adaptation, no, it was SHATTERED.

And I loved every second of it.

Brandon Sanderson is a literary mastermind and I am so glad Graphic Audio started adapting even his non-cosmere stories because let's face it, everything he writes is amazing one way or another. And the experience is made even better when the talented crew of GA produces these awesome audiobooks.

As always, the cast was on point. Alejandro Ruiz keeps nailing every single sentence he says as Alcatraz. This book/adaptation had my favorite performance yet from Carolyn Kashner as Bastille. And of course, Chris Genebach keeps perfecting the art of humor every time Grandpa Smedry opens his mouth. But when it comes to characters introduced in this book, I simply must highlight the performance of Sakile Lyles as Himalaya. By the First Sands, she had the voice of a lovely siren! Magnificently done. I hope she reprises her role for that character in subsequent adaptations.

All in all, fantastic job everybody! I will be starting book 4 soon so, see you on the next review!
interesting & intringuing by rafael (Posted on 12/11/2017)
this was a good story. I like the way it picks right up where it left off and everything fits together.

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