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1 : Eyes of Eagles

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Oct 1, 2006
9 Hours
Ages 18+
Orphaned at the age of seven and adopted by Indians, Jami Ian MacCallister grew into a man more at ease in the wilderness than among men. But when the westward strike drove him across the Arkansas Territory into Texas, he finally found himself a home-in the middle of a bloody war.

Texans like Jim Bowie and Sam Houston were waging a fierce struggle against Santa Ana's Mexican army and Jami MacCallister made the perfect scout for the fledgling volunteer force. What lay ahead of them was a place called the Alamo, thirteen days of blood dust and courage and a battle that would become an undying legend of the American West...

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Director & Cast

Director Bob Supan
Starring Mort Shelby, David Coyne, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Richard Rohan, Thomas Penny, Sunny Lasskey, Ken Jackson, Casey Jones, Karen Carbone, Tim Carlin, James Konicek, Delores King Williams, Cate Torre, Christopher Walker, James Lewis, Ted Stoddard, Chris Rohan and Nathanial Perry
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Bob Supan
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler and Bryan Patton
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler and Bryan Patton
Additional Original Music Bryan Patton, Johann Dettweiler, Greg Reinfeld and Christian Parent
Cover Illustrator Bruce Emmett
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Eyes of Eagles by Gerry (Posted on 5/21/2018)
Best book ever
Eyes of Eagles by Gerry (Posted on 2/27/2018)
Best book I ever heard. Story was so riveting could not wait to get the next book.
Best by jonathon (Posted on 1/6/2018)
Jami Ian is my favorite johnstone character. Great story with some heroes of Texas history.
EAGLES 1 : Eyes of Eagles by jose (Posted on 3/19/2017)
loved this book
GREAT WORK by Albert (Posted on 10/17/2016)
bit long, but a great start for a series. David Coyne does an excellent job acting.!!! Johann Dettweiler's music is very good. Enjoyable all the way around.
Eagles 1 by moses (Posted on 3/2/2016)
Greatest graphic audio series I've listened to by far. As a OTR trucker I love these stories. can't get enough of them. Only thing is I've must have spent over one thousand dollars on discs since I started collecting a month ago. I have these promo codes from my purchases and there all expired. plus I have a lot of doubles that I've accidently purchased. I hope graphic audio at least gives me new promo codes for my old ones. Remember there cds they don't work sometimes. Save your receipts. JIC
The story was great. by rafael (Posted on 12/9/2015)
I liked the way the story started out. I do wish they would've spread it out through several books. Jamie was a great character and it would've been nice to see him grow in more detail. Who knows maybe they'll make another title about his life on the road in between his adventures.
Eyes of eagles by Mike (Posted on 11/1/2015)
Loved it! Fantastic start to the series
Eyes of Eagles Review by Wesley (Posted on 10/5/2015)
Bit of a Mary Sue. But still entertaining. Well worth the listen.
Eyes of Eagles by jose (Posted on 8/13/2015)
Eyes of Eagles by mark (Posted on 1/13/2015)
What a great book
Eyes of Eagles by Craig (Posted on 9/27/2014)
I'm from Texas and the scenes taking place at the Alamo were amazing
Eyes of Eagles by Ricky (Posted on 6/30/2014)
This was a great first book! Lots of action and very entertaining! Looking forward to the rest of the series.
Eagles 1: Eyes of Eagles by Timothy (Posted on 8/23/2013)
This is an incredible series, we are hooked we purchased four in the series for our last trip across the western United States and ran out of tape, on our way home. We started the series all over again, its was spell binding. Can't wait for the next car ride, so we can continue the saga.
Review by Dale Barkman (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Great start to this wonderful series. The violence gets a little graphic at times but is otherwise a very enjoyable story.
Review by Vikki Sorel (Posted on 5/23/2013)
An above average western for the first half, the part taking place in the Alamo blew me away. Excellent!
Review by Everett Elam (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is still one of my favorites even though sadly the series isn't being produced anymore. This book is everything a western should be and more: sad, scary, funny and possibly even a great tool for a history teacher to use in a class should he/she wish to spice up a lesson about the famous Texas Alamo. Jamy Ian MacCallister, who was raised by a tribe of Indians who destroyed his cabbin and killed his parents when he was only seven, is beautifully portrayed by David Coin, who continues to be in my top five favorite GA actors to date! Is that not sad? I have favorite GA actors! Anyhow, this one is what started me down the path of GA for the most part and I recommend it to anyone who doesn't know which series to choose to listen to first. It's really fast paced, easy to read and the nature sounds are quite relaxing to listen to! I give this one five well-deserved stars!

Go Bob Supan!

Review by David VanDehy (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This series is wonderful. It combines fact and fiction together in a way that makes you learn some about the history of the U.S. wheter you realize your learning or not. Two thumbs up.
Review by Chris Nardone (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is one of the top GA productions, hands down. The 13 day siege at the Alamo was incredible! Loved every moment of this one!

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