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Saga of the First King
3 : The Dame

by R.A. Salvatore
Oct 1, 2012
7 Hours
Ages 13+
Bransen Garibond, the Highwayman, had little interest in the politics of Honce. To him, the two powerful warring lairds were the same sides of the same coin: The outcome for the people would be no different either way.

A journey north, however, teaches Bransen that his views are simplistic at best...and that some things truly matter.

Joined by his comrades in arms from The Ancient, Bransen sets off on a quest to put right over wrong and to find the truth, both of Honce and of himself. But his search is fraught with confusion and fraud -- for there are many who would seek to use the Highwayman's extraordinary battle skills and popularity for their own nefarious ends.

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Director & Cast

Director Johann Dettweiler
Starring Dylan Lynch, Christopher Scheeren, Terence Aselford, Bradley Smith, Nanette Savard, Michael Glenn, Mort Shelby, Patrick Bussink, Steven Carpenter, Colleen Delany, David Coyne, Dan Sontagg, Nick DePinto, Thomas Keegan, Michael John Casey, James Keegan, Johann Dettweiler, Yazmin Tuazon, Alyssa Wilmoth, Kimberly Gilbert, Thomas Penny, Eric Messner, Ken Jackson, Scott McCormick, Drew Kopas, Christopher Graybill, Ren Casey, Joe Brack, James Lewis, Karen Novak, Evan Casey, Richard Rohan and Gary Telles
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 Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Book 3 by justin (Posted on 11/8/2015)
They just keep getting better with this one really like it
The Saga Continues by Travis (Posted on 7/11/2015)
Everything just gets more epic. Everything was spot on, from voice acting, to music and sound effects. This one scene just gave me chills with the combination of all three. Listened to it on a long drive down the west coast from Oregon to California. It was a great way to pass the time while driving.
Thumbs up by Victor (Posted on 4/19/2015)
As dreams and hopes appear to become reality, so to do the unforseen nightmares those hopes and dreams hide. The story continues to climb in intensity. R A Salvatore scores again with a "hero" that not only effects the world, but is also effected by it.
Salvatore + Graphic Audio = "A movie in your mind" by wolfe (Posted on 10/28/2014)
A must have for fans of Salvators mastery of vividly painting cosmic battle scenes.
OH YEAH!!! by Levictus (Posted on 3/28/2014)
Just when you think this story reaches its climax...
it climbs to new heights.
As the story continues to unfold, the audience will
be captivated to the very end, eagerly waiting to
see what is in store for..."The Highwayman".
Saga of the first King by Willy (Posted on 11/8/2013)
I have enjoied this series greatly
The Dame by Natalie (Posted on 9/24/2013)
This review is being written before I even finish listening to this one. I use these, in hopes to keep me awake entertained on long night hauls, (can talk on the phone to friends during the day lol) But I find myself not wanting to be on the phone even during the day I want to finish listening to the story, and see how it ends. This series is amazingly done, makes you think, cry, and ;laugh through out Branson's journey to find who he is, and where he fits in.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
In this installment, we come to learn just how innocent Bransen's view of the world is. Easily led by what he thought was the mystics he sought, he was tricked, lost one of his best friends, and nearly lost everything he had- even his abilities.

This really brings out one question...if the soulstone is what he needs to power him...why the F does he always wear it somewhere so obvious?

It's been establish earlier in the last book that he doesn't really need it on his head- simply holding it or touching it would be good enough...so one would figure he could find much better location on his body for the darn thing so he wouldn't keep losing it.

It's interesting to note that, in the Demon War saga, the mystics did not seem to use this trade mark sword of theirs at all- almost as if by that time, they had out grown it.

Again the dwarves show that they are complex characters- on the one hand, they are honorable, on the other hand, they are cruel and can be quite evil in most times.

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