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Widdershins Adventures
4 : Covenant's End

by Ari Marmell
Nov 24, 2015
5 Hours
978-1-62851-205-2
Ages 13+
The thief Widdershins and her own "personal god," Olgun, return to their home city of Davillon after almost a year away. While Shins expects only to face the difficulty of making up with her friends, what she actually finds is far, far worse. Her nemesis, Lisette, has returned, and she is not alone. Lisette has made a dark pact with supernatural powers that have granted her abilities far greater than anything Widdershins and Olgun can match.

Together, Widdershins and Olgun will face enemies on both sides of the law, for Lisette's schemes have given her power in both Davillon's government and its underworld. For even a slim chance, Shins must call on both old friends--some of whom haven't yet forgiven her--and new allies.

Even with their help, Widdershins may be required to make the hardest sacrifice of her life, if she is to rid Davillon--and herself--of Lisette once and for all.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Alyssa Wilmoth as Widdershins, Thomas Keegan as Olgun, Colleen Delany as Robin, Barbara Pinolini as Igraine, Todd Scofield as Evrard, Nick DePinto as Renard, David Jourdan as Sicard, Dawn Ursula as Lisette. With Katy Carcuff, Sasha Olinik, Michael Glenn, Mort Shelby, Joe Brack, Laura C. Harris, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh, Elizabeth Jernigan, James Lewis, Richard Rohan, Ken Jackson, Andy Brownstein, Tia Shearer, Kimberly Gilbert and Terence Aselford
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

Reviews

Good series to marathon through by Devan (Posted on 1/21/2018)
The book is pretty good. I started listening to many series on the drive to work. I love Nanette Savard as a narrorator. One this has bothered me though, does Olgun even speak in this one? All i hear is the "whipsery" sound whenever he talks but no words. It's not a big deal but it kinda bothers me. I see Thomas Keegan is listed as his voice but don't recall ever hearing him speak.
Full of Feels by Amanda (Posted on 11/4/2017)
My sister and I were excited that Olgun was finally able to talk very clearly. His conversations and banter with Widdershins made things all the more entertaining, as they always do. It was nice to have her back in her home town, and seen some favorite secondary characters.

The ending totally wasn't fair, but my sister and I agreed that it was reasonable and well-supported to be the best way for it to end, considering the alternatives
Book 4 by justin (Posted on 10/12/2016)
It was a really good book
Book 4 by ryan (Posted on 9/2/2016)
Love this ending. Thought it was a good series and this really did hit me in the feels. It was so bitter sweet but perfect.
Fun Story, I can marathon this series by Daniel (Posted on 12/5/2015)
First, Thank you for fixing Olgan's voice. Widdershins is a series I could marathon sans number 3(not just because of Olgan's voice but overall it didn't really add to the story overall but was more of a setup for this one.)

This series is unique in that Widdershins doesn't care or think about herself in ANY sexual way; her strength and beauty are in here personality. With the story I kind of wished there was more action, it felt like the ending on this one wasn't quite so flushed out as some of the other stories and bit rushed. I would have liked to have heard more about the other battles and not be left with some cliff hangers or unknowns. I don't know if the series will go on but I would call this a decent end. I did almost cry at the end, it was really hard.(Don't cry on public trains people think your weird enough)

Top marks for voice acting and the music and effects were well done. I love the personalities of all of the characters; the voice acting on all roles is stunning and they made the characters. Alyssa Wilmoth is one of my new favorites, there a moments that I can just see Widdershins so clearly tilting her head and raising her eyebrows or crying; she really made Widdershins in her acting.

This will be the new series that I will point out to people, to get them their first Graphic Audio Experience.
Decent ending to the series by damien (Posted on 11/29/2015)
Widdershins has been a fun series, not my favorite by graphic audio, though I did quite like the second one. The end of the series was kind of unexpected and without spoiling the ending doesn't really give a lot of closure, not much of what you would hope would happen for Shins does and it is bittersweet at best. Still worth a listen if you are into fantasy and there is a lack of strong female protagonists in general so that alone is worth it.
Widdershins by Patricia (Posted on 11/27/2015)
So far all of the books have been great

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