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Widdershins Adventures
2 : False Covenant

by Ari Marmell
Jul 1, 2015
6 Hours
978-1-62851-174-1
Ages 13+
It’s been over half a year, now, since the brutal murder of Archbishop William de Laurent during his pilgrimage to the Galicien city of Davillon. During that time, the Church of the Hallowed Pact has assigned a new bishop to the city—but it has also made its displeasure at the death of its clergyman quite clear. Davillon’s economy has suffered beneath the weight of the Church’s displeasure. Much of the populace—angry at the clergy— has turned away from the Church hierarchy, choosing private worship or small, independent shrines. And the bishop, concerned for his new position and angry at the people of Davillon, plans to do something about it.

But a supernatural threat is stalking the nighttime streets—a creature of the other world has come to infiltrate the seedier streets of Davillon, to intertwine its tendrils through the lower echelons of society. Faced with both political upheaval and a supernatural threat to its citizenry, the local representatives of the Church are paralyzed and the Guardsmen are in over their heads.

And then there’s Widdershins--who’s tried, and failed, to stay out of trouble since taking over Genevieve’s tavern; who’s known to the Church and the Guard both, and trusted by neither; who may, with some of her Thieves’ Guild contacts, have unwittingly played a part in the bishop’s plans; and who, along with her personal god Olgun, may be the only real threat to the supernatural evil infesting Davillon.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Alyssa Wilmoth, Nick DePinto, KenYatta Rogers, Eric Messner, Colleen Delany, Thomas Keegan, Todd Scofield, David Jourdan, Barbara Pinolini, Matthew Keenan, Sasha Olinik, Matthew Bassett, Laura C. Harris, Tracy Olivera, Casie Platt, Katy Carkuff, Mort Shelby, Christopher Walker, Michael Glenn, Terence Aselford, James Lewis, Thomas Penny, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Richard Rohan, Margie Tompros, Steven Carpenter, Andy Brownstein, Joe Brack and Elizabeth Jernigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors John Glennon
Sound Designers John Glennon
Cover Illustrator Alex Allen
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

My second favorite spunky, snarky girl in a fairy tale! by Stephan (Posted on 12/19/2018)
Would you like to hear a færïe tale?

Not with some buxom two-inch tall woman in a two piece with a glittery wand and bedazzled wings, nor a forest queen who turns unsuspecting travelers fond of tongs and bones into asinine donkeys, but a færïe of myth and legend.
A færïe who steals children. A færïe who sucked the life blood from man, woman and child alike before Bram Stoker was a twinkle in his daddy's eye.

I'm not sure who walked Withershins around the church, but that færïe is here, now.

Here comes a candle to light you to bed, here comes a chopper to chop off your head!

I just love Widdershins. The wit, the snark, the helpful god, the whole character.
She's my second favorite spunky, snarky girl.
I love you, Laurie my wife, probably reading this...

This episode is fine stand-alone, but better if you hear part 1 (Thief's Covenant) first.

Again, it's fine for family if you have passengers (no sex and foul language) but the færïe is pretty freaky scary for really young children.
Widdershins by Stephen (Posted on 5/9/2018)
Great flow from one story to another, once again short, good for a day's worth of driving, waiting for the next installment.
Darker than Book 1, with More Danger by Amanda (Posted on 10/12/2017)
Were it possible, I would not have stopped listening to this one until the very end. This entry had just about everything; mystery, thriller, fantasy elements, and of course many inserts of the characters that have become staples of the story since the first book, with some new additions.

This one is definitely darker compared to the first book; scenes of murder and heinous acts are prevalent through out the later portions of the book. Just keep that in mind if you have a queasy stomach. And it's better if you listen with someone else!
Book 2 by justin (Posted on 10/12/2016)
Love this book
Book 2 by ryan (Posted on 9/2/2016)
Not as good as the first one but it hits all the right notes. It goes where the first book started and I did like the villain and I loved how he was voice acted. I also liked the ending, and while sad, I am happy that it ended this way.
Amazing sequel to an amazing story! by Amy (Posted on 8/15/2016)
I cannot fathom how good this was. Started it last night, finished earlier today. Wow. I especially loved how GA handled the supernatural entity terrorizing Davillon. I was sufficiently creeped out while on the train. Cannot wait to listen to the third installment!
So Good by Travis (Posted on 11/25/2015)
The first one was good, but this one was great. It had a lot of character development for our main character, and the double the antagonist. the dark creature was creepy and the voice gave me the chills. And, as always, GA's production value is spot on.
Better than book 1 by Penny (Posted on 11/8/2015)
Another great adventure from Widdershins, this tale is a fair sight darker than book one, enjoyed it hugely.
The Dark creature described really reminds me of the reapers from death note. although more disturbing.

The book starts with Widdershins trying to solve lifes problems by resorting to her old tricks, things... Don't go as planned. In the background, the church seeks to regain its following within the city and Dark apparitions appear in the night, working together with her friends and even some old foes she fights to save the people of Davillon.

Can't wait for the next book!
Widdershins by Troy (Posted on 11/7/2015)
I enjoyed this one. To me it seemed a bit more frightening than the first one. Very nicely done.
Don't Listen in the Dark by Daniel (Posted on 10/11/2015)
This is AWESOME and creepy. The music and sound effects were great they were really well done and fit so well. I love the voice acting for all actors, I swear some of these people have done some cartoons. I love the balance of humor and terror. There were moments I really want to just fast forward but I couldn't without missing too much. I did not know what to expect after the first one but it was great.

The creepy clown demon was great, just as good as the demon from the first. The Voices they make are absolutely terrifying. I was covered in goose bumps, (Didn't help I was working at night) but it was well done. And the children did NOT HELP. Perfect story for Halloween.
Another great adventure! by Michael (Posted on 9/16/2015)
Just finished listening to this one and what a blast! I was cheering and at times crying along. What a unique and creepy story line. The voice of the demon was masterful as well, it really brought its creepiness to life! If you havent yet listened to this one I encourage you to do so, its definitely worth the time and will have you not wanting to stop until you finished it all. Cant wait to download the next one and embark once again with Widdershins and Olgun on another adventure!
A deadly creature is roaming the streets by Patrick (Posted on 7/29/2015)
Still well written and well produced, the story could however be a bit more deep and complex. The writer is quite bold in killing of main characters of the story, tough - and there's even a bit of romance :-)

It must have been quite fun to produce the voice of "the creature" which has come to infiltrate the seedier streets of Davillon, it's very well done!
Another riveting tale by Timothy (Posted on 7/17/2015)
I am really loving this series. Very original and interesting.

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