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Widdershins Adventures
3 : Lost Covenant

by Ari Marmell
Sep 2, 2015
6 Hours
Ages 13+
It's been six months since Widdershins and her own "personal god" Olgun fled the city of Davillon. During their travels, Widdershins unwittingly discovers that a noble house is preparing to move against the last surviving bastion of the Delacroix family. Determined to help the distant relatives of her deceased adopted father, Alexandre Delacroix, she travels to a small town at the edge of the nation. There, she works at unraveling a plot involving this rival house and a local criminal organization, all while under intense suspicion from the very people she's trying to rescue. Along the way she'll have to deal with a traitor inside the Delacroix family, a mad alchemist, and an infatuated young nobleman who won't take no for an answer.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Alyssa Wilmoth as Widdershins, Gregory Linington as Cyrille, Thomas Keegan as Olgun, Eva Wilhelm as Calanthe. With Christopher Walker, KenYatta Rogers, Colleen Delany, Dawn Ursula, Katy Carcuff, Dylan Lynch, Richard Rohan, Rebecca Sheir, Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey, Joe Brack, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Patrick Bussink, James Lewis, Mort Shelby, Terence Aselford, Michael John Casey, Nick DePinto, Nathanial Perry and Elizabeth Jernigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Cover Illustrator Alex Allen
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


A Break from Davillon, with more Widdershins! by Amanda (Posted on 10/30/2017)
My sister and I love this series, and the characters! We appreciated getting to see some things that were going on in Davillon, and the character development for all characters, even side-ones. We were kept guessing until the actual plots and schemes were revealed, which kept things very interesting indeed. This is also a very good connection point from the ending events of the second book and the beginning of the fourth.
Book3 by justin (Posted on 10/12/2016)
Good luck
Book 3 by ryan (Posted on 9/2/2016)
Probably the worst in the series. First I hated that they changed Olguns voice for this. I'm not sure why they did it cause it is the same voice actor, i think, but it was all distorted and weird. The story was also a little uninteresting. It was a little thrilling at the end and Widdershins overcoming her grief was done well and believable.
Meh. Skipped to the end by Amy (Posted on 8/18/2016)
I love this series, I do, but this book just did not do it for me. I love the cast, of course. Unfortunately, they could not save this one for me. I liked the beginning, shipping Robin and Faustine while feeling for Shins. But the way Lisette traipsed around being over the top evil annoyed me. I also did not care for this plotline. I skipped to the end,
Very good by Francisco (Posted on 8/4/2016)
So the story itself is good, if standard.
Another Great Story by Travis (Posted on 11/25/2015)
Ari Marmell's Widdershins series is really great. I love the characters, and the voice acting is spot on, minus the change in the synthesizers on Olgun's voice. It was spot on in book 1 and 2, but in this one his voice was higher, and it didn't go well with my headphones. Nanette Savard's narration is great, nice voice to carry the series, and Alyssa Wilmoth captures Widdershins perfectly. The music and sound effects match with the prose and it was an enjoyable story, I had a hard time finding a place to press pause.
Widdershins by Troy (Posted on 11/7/2015)
After the first two books, I really wanted this one. It was good. I'm currently waiting for the fourth book to be released.
Yes... by Dustin (Posted on 11/5/2015)
Would be great but she says yes so much that it shadows the story
Fantastic book but had one issue by Chris (Posted on 10/15/2015)
Fantastic story, great characters, looking forward to the next one. There is however one issue and that is Olguns voice. I understand why you did what you did with it but it is near impossible (for me anyway) to understand what he is saying. About half the time I was only able to figure out what he said by the surrounding context.
Good Story so far... But can there be a re-release, minus the squeaky toy by Daniel (Posted on 10/13/2015)
What nutter butter decided to make Olgun a squeaky toy? I loved the old voice that deep rich voice, when he'd say "calm" and it was great. Now it sounds like Jimmy Cricket humping Styrofoam; it was really hard to understand him at times. I kept thinking my headphones we broken.

Good story love the plot, the music library has definitely increased and is used to perfection. The actors have really found the characters but Olguns voice is just so messed up it really almost makes it un-enjoyable. Also Thank you for list who some of the voices actors and their characters are.
Great story once again! by Michael (Posted on 10/6/2015)
Just finished this one on CD and love it, I love all this series so far. My only complaint thus far, particularly in this book is I wish they would change Olgun's voice back to the way it was in the first and second books. They tried adding layers to his voice and it made it at times difficult to understand. Please go back to original guys, I loved it. Other than that this story is pretty unique, very interesting plot idea, and yes without giving to much away there's a cliff hanger. But what's a good book without something to keep you interested into the next one, and oh boy the next one is going to be amazing! Keep up the good work Graphic Audio, and fix Olguns voice :P Until the next book! See you all soon!

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