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Templar Chronicles
2 : A Scream of Angels

by Joseph Nassise
Mar 1, 2012
5 Hours
Ages 18+
Three years ago an archaeological expedition led by Vatican scholar Juan Vargas discovered something unusual on the shores of the Dead Sea. Early the next morning, Father Vargas, and the artifact he uncovered, disappeared without a trace.

Until now.

An injured and badly dehydrated Father Vargas wanders out of the New Mexican desert, telling a wild story about a secret research installation and bloodthirsty demons hunting men through its halls. When word of his survival reaches the Vatican and those in charge of the Templar Order, the Echo Team is called in to deal with the situation. Their orders - investigate the facility, determine exactly what happened there, and deal with any infernal presence that might exist.

But the being they encounter there beneath the desert sands has found a way to break the bonds of Hell itself and doesn't plan on going back easily. This time, their foe might prove to be too much for even Cade and the men of Echo Team.

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Director & Cast

Director Johann Dettweiler
Starring Richard Rohan, David Coyne, Michael Glenn, Nick DePinto, Thomas Penny, Ken Jackson, Thomas Keegan, Michael John Casey, Eric Messner, Bradley Smith, Christopher Graybill, Terence Aselford, Johann Dettweiler, and Joe Brack
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


A Scream of Angels by Myra (Posted on 7/13/2017)
Great book! Enjoyed it on CD!
Great Addition to the Series by David (Posted on 2/8/2017)
I thought this second book was excellent. I like the way it added religious overtones but yet didn't scream religion. Good incorporation of that aspect and once again Graphic Audio did an excellent interpretation of it. Looking forward to the Third book of the Templar Chronicles.
Fantastic by Michael (Posted on 5/15/2016)
This book was even better than the first one. Suspension of disbelief happens automatically. You can imagine Eden, the angel (fallen) with such clarity.

The music matches scenes perfectly.

(I just wish Graphic Audio would sell soundtracks that have been written for all of their books...hint, hint)
Book 2 by justin (Posted on 12/8/2015)
Really good book check it out
TEMPLAR CHRONICLES 2 : A Scream of Angels by TIM (Posted on 11/11/2015)
An enjoyable title.. Once again they have been distracted to provide a solution to an unknown threat. Again both parties with gifts had to use them. They lost another few of the templar knights and his wife again has to rescue the templars. Talk about the woman hasn't been able to rest in peace Over and Over You feel they really need help. the survivors would not have even escaped their deaths however the Angels came down and took out the enemy.
A Scream of Angles by William (Posted on 4/7/2015)
A well written tale of the classic war of good vs evil.
I look forward to the next book.
Perfect sub-title by John (Posted on 2/8/2015)
All I can say is WOW!
Fun Series by Jake (Posted on 1/14/2015)
I really enjoyed this episode of the Templar Chronicles. Good for fans of the supernatural.
Excellent series by Anthony (Posted on 10/30/2014)
This is an excellent supernatural audiobook with great cast & sound affects. As a result I bought the entire series.
The supernatural Buttkicking continues! by Jason (Posted on 5/22/2014)
I'm happy to say that the Supernatural buttkicking continues on in this second installment of the Templar Chronicles. Dave Coin does an outstanding job at sounding badass, he really brings the character of Kade Williams to life. As usual the acting and sound effects were great. And the music is just fantastic. Not to give away any spoilers, I'll just say that I'llnot be able to think about angels in quite the same way again. Apparently not all angels are in to rings and halos. I give it a 4/5.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
A very contained episode- by that I mean there's really no strange twists to the plot- it's straight forward with lots of actions and some horror moments.

Of course, it does leave one question...who did heal Williams in the beginning of the story?

The acting and sounds, and music selections are superb as usual, so great job Graphic Audio!

I'm sad that I'm on the last book already- I think this is one of those series that can really be drawn out forever and still be fun- like Deathlands- of course, the dead wife situation has to be resolved soon...that's already getting a bit old.

Kind of weird that a demon doesn't stand up better against guns than a common wild animal eh?
Review by robert hir (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I bought all the books of this series because I was going through Doomsday Warrior widthdrawl, and David Coyne does the main character in both titles, and was suprised that they're alot better than the free preview led me to believe. Book two specifically was as good as the first book, really good story, fantastic treatment by Graphic audio, the music and sound effects give you the goosebumps during the climactic parts of the story. Nothing light about this series, all serious, but in a good way. This is my new 2nd favorite series ahead of Deathlands..

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