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Night Angel Trilogy
1 : The Way of Shadows (2 of 2)

by Brent Weeks
May 1, 2010
8 Hours
Ages 18+
For Durzo Blint, assassination is an art-and he is the city''s most accomplished artist.

For Azoth, survival is precarious. Something you never take for granted. As a guild rat, he''s grown up in the slums and learned to judge people quickly-and to take risks. Risks like apprenticing himself to Durzo Blint.

But to be accepted, Azoth must turn his back on his old life and embrace a new identity and name. As Kylar Stern, he must learn to navigate the assassins'' world of dangerous politics and strange magics-and cultivate a flair for death. (Part 1 of 2)

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Director & Cast

Director Johann Dettweiler
Starring Dylan Lynch, David Coyne, Eric Messner, Ren Casey, Ken Jackson, Christopher Graybill, Michael Glenn, Terence Aselford, Tim Getman, Elizabeth Jernigen, Rick Rohan, Colleen Delany, Johann Dettweiler, Tony Penny, Joe Brack, Casie Platt, Nanette Savard, Lily Beacon, Laura Quinn Anderson, Mort Shelby, James Lewis, Scott McCormick and Yazmin Tuazon
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Calvin Chu
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Keeps you looking for more by Denise (Posted on 2/9/2019)
The reviews say it all, this is a great story. The cast is amazing. A movie in your mind( I love saying it) fits this perfect because boy does it ever deliver a vivid story.
It's the better half of the book by Ishmael (Posted on 9/15/2017)
My first 5/5 review is on the second half of this book because it is just that good. I get the feeling Brent Weeks likes to surprise his audience, and I'm excited to see what he has in store for his readers in the rest of the trilogy.
Night angels Trilogy by Mark (Posted on 2/22/2017)
Great story. I enjoyed the vast personal stories and how the writer combines them into an intricate complex adventure. I was thoroughly entertained from beginning to ending.
Can't stop listening by Nick (Posted on 8/11/2016)
This series was my first GA books. I had already read them myself but GA takes it to a whole new level
Great book by Eli (Posted on 7/30/2016)
Awesome, just awesome
Soo good by Micheal (Posted on 2/29/2016)
I've read these books before and having them produced in this fashion is even more immersive. Need to get the 3rd book now and I'll have them all!
Great by Lionel (Posted on 1/28/2016)
Durzo is the man! Worth every penny! The voice acting is great again. Good job GA!
McClendon by Darrell (Posted on 9/26/2015)
I love this series. Wish they would make a movie of this whole set
The Way of Shadows 2 by John (Posted on 3/8/2015)
Between Brent Weeks and Brandon Sanderson, my mind's eye is sensationalized. I am enthralled to reach out for each upcoming release.

Johann Dettweiler seems to be the mastermind for this genre types. Thank you Johann.

The voice actors bring such variety and their accents sweeten the story. The music scores added notably behind the dialog evoke emotion, the sound effects amaze the mind.

All this added and mixed properly transforms a latent paged novel into "The Movie in my Mind."
Epic by Travis (Posted on 12/14/2014)
Once again, I'm amazed at the brilliance of GraphicAudio. Their productions are always so good. I love how they convert the books into what I like to call Audio Theater. It quite literally is "a movie in your mind". Again, the voice actors are great, and the music added weight to key moments. Dylan Lynch is by far my favorite narrator. This was a great part 2 of The Way of Shadows. Now I have to start Shadow's Edge.
The Way of Shadows by Amy (Posted on 10/5/2014)
Definitely not your average fantasy. But this is a big reason I loved it. Read this, and you will be transported to a world that is harsh and gritty, sometimes fair, quite complex, and full of intrigue, chaos, beauty, and filth. I admire that Brent Weeks makes you sympathize with his main character, even as you dislike what he becomes in order to survive. At the same time, you come to understand the price of power, that "good" and "bad" are not set in stone, and that characters are not always what they seem to be. The story-actually, this entire series-made me think, even as its rather irreverent humor cracked me up. This author really knows how to put together a story and make you want to read and read and read. This is certainly not a good book for people who are opposed to profanity in any way, shape, or form, but I promise that it is a great book. The casting choices were, I feel, well considered, the character interpretations fitting. This is one story where I thought the music enhanced the atmosphere, and I feel this to be even more true here than in other G.A. productions. Graphic Audio does a fine job on sound effects, especially during battle scenes. Any fantasy lover on the lookout for something that is very different will love this.
Review by Jon (Posted on 8/12/2014)
an addictive series before and hard to not replay again
even better by Spyros (Posted on 3/9/2014)
every book so far gets better
Good by Joseph (Posted on 1/24/2014)
It was good, not very well written, but the plot is very good, and the final battle, oh my God, that was awesome. So I'm giving this a four
Life is empty, life is meaningless... by Bee (Posted on 1/14/2014)
4 words. Just 4 words to describe Night Angel...
Durzo Blint Is Epic!
He is probably my favorite G.A. character, because he is so well-played.
Excellent adaptation. Love the Indian-sounding music when Solan is the current POV.
The Way of Shadows part 2 by Kyle (Posted on 9/10/2013)
Great books, keep in mind these books are rated for mature audiences. these are not for family road trips. If you're older, these books are a blast!
Review by Jamee Reed (Posted on 5/23/2013)
See my review on Book 1 of 2....Graphic Audio....there is NO comparision

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