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Forest Kingdom Saga
Down Among The Dead Men

by Simon R. Green
May 1, 2011
6 Hours
Ages 13+
There is a part of the Forest where it is always night, where the tall trees bow together to shut out the light. Men call it the Darkwood. The border fort on the edge of the Darkwood had been built to keep the peace. So far it had, but after delivery of a large consignment of gold it falls silent, answering neither natural nor supernatural communication. When the Forest King sends a small force, combining sorcerous and military skills, they find a deserted fortress soaked in blood. Magic reveals something malevolent and unreachable somewhere in the fort. But Duncan MacNeil and his company have human foes, greedy for gold, to deal with before they can take on the inhuman...

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Michael Glenn, Yasmin Tuazon, Elizabeth Jernigan, Danny Gavigan, David Coyne andy Clemence, Joseph Thornhill, Casie Platt, Tim Getman and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Dan Sondak
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Investigation of a missing garrison out in the wilderness by Patrick (Posted on 8/15/2018)
A group of soldiers investigate why a whole garrison has just disappeared.

It has a nice atmosphere of "cozy confinement" and "isolation".

The soundtrack seem in part to have been borrowed from the first Mistborn Trilogy. It might seem as a surprise, but it actually fits this story as well. Without feeling like a cheap borrowing.

The book is not overly long, just six hours, and it's interesting that the author still manages to build the characters and give them enough background to like or dislike them. He seem quite competent and I look forward to listen to the other books in the series.

The only reason I just gave it 4/5 is that I kind of miss philosophical discussions such as those Brandon Sanderson usually has. If this is not a concern of yours, you might possible want to give this book a full score.

It's a bit unclear whether this is the third or fourth book in the series. I listened to it as number three and think this turned out alright.
A Dark and Creepy tale full of mystory, and plenty of action! by Jason (Posted on 5/22/2014)
My best friend Assad turned me on to the Forest kingdom Saga series along with Graphic Audio. This volume in the series is a stand alone adventure about a squad of ordinary soldiors that have been sent on a mission for the king a mission that is in no way ordinary. To say that they find themselves in a really bad situation would be an anti climatic understatement. To say that they get way more than they bargoned for would be a spoiler. I highly recommend it if you like me am a fan of dark nails to the wall, sword and sorcery fantasy. The cast and crew of GA do a good job at bringing this adventure to the silver screen in the theater of your mind. I give it 4/5.

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