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Lightbringer Saga
3 : The Broken Eye (3 of 3)

by Brent Weeks
Nov 1, 2014
7 Hours
6
978-1-62851-107-9
Ages 18+
As the old gods awaken and satrapies splinter, the Chromeria races to find its lost Prism, the only man who may be able to stop catastrophe. But Gavin Guile is enslaved on a pirate galley. Worse, Gavin no longer has the one thing that defined him -- the ability to draft.

Without the protection of his father, Kip Guile will have to face a master of shadows alone as his grandfather moves to choose a new Prism and put himself in power. With Teia and Karris, Kip will have to use all his wits to survive a secret war between noble houses, religious factions, rebels, and an ascendant order of hidden assassins, The Broken Eye.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Rose Elizabeth Supan
Starring Richard Rohan, Joe Brack, Yasmin Tuazon, Alyssa Wilmoth, Thomas Penny,Christopher Scheeren, Elliot Dash, Nick DePinto, Ren Kasey, Michael John Casey, Barbara Pinolini, Drew Kopas, Nora Achrati, Johann Dettweiler, Ken Jackson, Colleen Delany, Tim Getman, Nanette Savard, Mort Shelby, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Michael Glenn, David Coyne, Kimberly Gilbert, Bradley Smith, Thomas Keegan, Patrick Bussink, James Lewis, Dylan Lynch, Evan Casey, Terence Aselford, David Harris, Lily Beacon, Scott McCormick, Rob Collins and Steven Carpenter
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

The Broken Eye indeed. by Leslie (Posted on 8/30/2018)
I can't belive how many turns there are in this series. Just when I think I can predict an outcome there are little twists that send me spiraling. It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye!
"And Then It All Goes Spectacularly Wrong" by Catdaddy (Posted on 8/25/2018)
The Broken Eye, part 3 was the current conclusion to a fully-realized audio drama with running time of a staggering 50 hours.

This "final" installment makes excellent use of a storytelling device that translates particularly well to radio: there is an object that “contains memories,” allowing for a convenient flashbacks as needed. The drama resumes here quite slowly until one extended, unbearable scene of looming torture, halfway through this installment, leaves us with a clear sense that we have no idea how the hell the story is going to end.

Starting in the third hour begins a double sequence of relentless action lasting steadily over two hours. It is utterly breathtaking. Without the proportion of those fifty hours of story surrounding it, the sequence could never work. But in this medium of radio drama, it is without peer. The sequence is followed by a pyramid of revelations, one upon the next, that crams a lot of storytelling into the last hour. Joe Brack’s lead performance as Kip completes a remarkable arc here, from a rather irritating youth in “The Black Prisim” through becoming a confident and layered young adult here.

And then…

And then. I wish that I could report a satisfying ending. But this is not that story. After nine epic volumes, most of the happy endings we anticipate simply do not arrive. Characters do not find their love interest, either winding up in shocking situations or simply failing outright. The fact that it took GA years to release a fourth volume was the cruelest cut of all; the ending surely must have been only a cliffhanger, right? The story had become neatly circular, but it is also so dissatisfying as to undermine the value of the entire journey.

Mercifully, there is now “The Blood Mirror” to allow the narrative to piece its heroes back together. If you do not plan to go on, you might be well advised to avoid this story. But then, you would miss some incredibly rich world-building, a grand production, and fine voice work. Instead, let’s hope that book 4 makes it all better.

Once again, “The Broken Eye” earns an “R” rating, with some violence and some appropriate language.
Epic by Travis (Posted on 4/26/2017)
Wow, what a conclusion to book 3. A lot happens in the last portion of the book. I'm really enjoying Brent Weeks story here, and look forward to more. The characters continue to grow and learn, and the political intrigue and suspense grows as well.

Graphic Audio continues to excel in their audio adaptions. Narration and voice acting is spot on. The music and sound effects are edited perfect to heighten the listening experience.
Very good ending on book 3! by Patrick (Posted on 4/21/2017)
Religion, different card games, change of perspectives, love, role changes, double crossings and betrayals.
best book ever by kenneth (Posted on 12/24/2016)
I just finished the third book and i want to read the books that come after this one.
Book 3 by justin (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Good luck but they need to make another one because it doesn't end
Lightbringer by Ruges (Posted on 7/15/2016)
When I got to part 3 of book 3 I was like, hmm seems like an awful lot to try and wrap up in one book. And was thinking the amount of stuff left could easily fill another book if not more. As for the entire series, now that I am this far in I am liking it. Started off a bit slow, but hindsight, it needed all that early info to set the stage.
Top Notch by Brandon (Posted on 5/10/2016)
I love this series and this book exceeds the standard.
Utterly fantastic by Tyler (Posted on 4/28/2016)
This was an edge of your seat thrill for the entire audiobook, the voices are spot on, they really bring every character to life, the story is phenomenal, and the twists and cliffhangers leave me begging for more. I would happily sell my soul for the last book.
Hooked! by Armand (Posted on 2/16/2016)
We want book 4!!!!!

Love it so far.... listened to all of them again...

8-)
THE LIGHTBRINGER SAGA by william (Posted on 6/14/2015)
Great Story so far....
I need more by Arcenio (Posted on 5/6/2015)
I'm addicted to these books cant wait til next one
Can't wait by Dispossessed (Posted on 2/27/2015)
Couldn't help but finish this in one go. It was just too good to quit. Even afterwards, I was STILL entranced with the story and found myself all too eager for the next installment.
Lightbringer Saga 3 : The Broken Eye (3 of 3) by Matthew (Posted on 2/1/2015)
Loved how the book ended. Can't wait for Book 4
will jackingly engrossing by ripplingfire (Posted on 10/20/2014)
Great stuff from a great writer and a skilled illustration by graphic audio. Brent weeks is a king among men. This story is more than that, it is a vivid reflection of the many frequencies in the spectrum of humanity.
Hell yes by Jared (Posted on 10/16/2014)
I can see why Mr Weeks decided he couldn't get this done in a Trilogy like he'd originally planned. There's so much going on that I'm stoked for each entry. The Broken Eye Part 3 ends the third book in the Saga on the kind of note I've come to expect from Brent Weeks, dark and with a nail biting cliff hanger. Brent is NOT nice to his protagonists, but Kip's grown from being a fat bumbling drafter with more luck and brains than skill into a scary, competent soldier and drafter and so has his friends. Here's to their adventures that will be forthcoming, but not fast enough for me.
LIGHTBRINGER SAGA - 3 : The Broken Eye by Singing Sparky (Posted on 10/5/2014)
Brent Weeks has brought yet another masterpiece with the third book in the Lightbringer Saga: The Broken Eye. An incredible story combined with Graphic Audios ability to bring it alive puts you square in the middle of an epic story with suspense, passion and a thought provoking look at the source of all power.

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