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Cade Williams was just an ordinary cop until the night a fallen angel nearly killed him. Now he commands the Echo Team, a special ops squad of modern Templar knights, and the things they hunt are far darker and much more deadly than the criminals that he used to face.

Get the first three full-length novels in this digital box set of New York Times best-selling author Joseph Nassise's action-packed Templar Chronicles urban fantasy series, where modern Templar Knights protect mankind from supernatural threats and enemies. More than 18 hours of high-octane adventure and supernatural thrills! 

The Heretic - Knight Commander Cade Williams and the men of the Echo Team are the best the Vatican has to offer when it comes to protecting mankind from supernatural threats and enemies. But when the Templar Order itself comes under attack from a cabal of necromancers intent on seizing an ancient artifact for their own nefarious purposes, will the skills of Echo Team's fearless leader, the man some call the Heretic, be enough to stop the slaughter? 

A Scream of Angels - When injured and badly dehydrated Catholic priest wanders out of the New Mexican desert, telling a wild story about a secret research installation and bloodthirsty demons hunting men through the halls, it is the men of the Echo Team who are called into investigate. Their mission - infiltrate the facility, determine exactly what happened there, and deal with any infernal presence that might exist. 

A Tear in the Sky - When Knight Commander Cade Williams discovers that his wife, Gabrielle, is not truly dead, but held in some kind of arcane stasis between the lands of the living and the lands of the dead, he vows that nothing will stop him from freeing her soul from the prison surrounding her. But his vow is tested right from the start when an old friend calls on him to help protect the city of Boston from the ancient scourge that threatens to destroy it, leaving Cade with a heart-breaking choice: Do his duty and save the innocent lives he has sworn to protect, or forsake them all in order to rescue the one for whom he would brave the walls of hell itself? 

Don't miss this riveting showdown between good and evil - get your copy today!

©2017 Joseph Nassise (P)2019 Joseph Nassise

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Has so much potential but...?

This series has great potential but feels like the story is constantly missing something.

The main character is meant to be an elite military leader but really comes off as lacking the skills and critical thinking required in situations.

Overall the plot is good but ....

The Narrator did a great job except on an Australian accent lol

If you want good vs evil supernatural I highly recommended The Dresden Files instead.

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  • 13-03-2020

Good book, disappointing narration

The story seems to be pretty good (admittedly I'm only about halfway through the set) however the narration and production quality is really, really poor. The speaker consistently pauses at incorrect times in the middle of sentences and then runs other sentences together and even adds inflections to sentences that don't warrant it. The entire composition is really difficult to follow along. I have had to pause the story a few times to rewind and re-listen to a section. I think the story itself is good, possibly not as good as some other similar genre stories, but the composition completely ruins the experience for me.

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  • felicia jones
  • 29-12-2019

What an (Amazing) journey!!!

Loved it!!! Didn't think I would enjoy it as much as I did especially, ALL 3 NOVELS. This is the first time I've ever read/listened to anything by this author, and I must confess, not only did it keep my interest but; he has an extremely vivid imagination.
I haven't been this hooked on a series of books since *The game of thrones books *



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  • Kevin Hallock
  • 13-03-2021

Just didn’t come together

The performance was okay, but there were some editing issues where things were repeated.

For the story, it just didn’t come together for me. Compared to the previous stories in this series, there seemed to be more telling instead. Supporting characters seemed to take on a red shirt quality (from the original Star Trek) so their deaths didn’t really matter. And the ending was as expected.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-10-2020

Good story, bad reading

The narrator's performance distracted from the story. When planning a mission it's "parameters," not "perimeters" (especially since he gets it right two sentences later). That just one of more than a dozen examples. The pauses in the middle of sentences followed by run-on sentences is another distraction. Occasionally the wrong character voice is used. There were a couple of time that a line was read twice. Distracting. Annoying. Bothersome.

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  • Roger Fauble
  • 26-12-2019

Enjoyable trilogy

The Heretic (The Templar Chronicles #2).Well written, fast-paced and entertaining I very much enjoyed my first read from author Joseph Nassise.
A Scream of Angels (The Templar Chronicles #2), I very much enjoyed my second read from author Joseph Nassise. I'd read The Heretic back in February of 2017 and recently was given an Audible copy of A Tear in the Sky (book 3), since it was so long since I'd read The Heretic it was worth re-reading so I bought the audio box set.
A Tear in the Sky (The Templar Chronicles #3), I very much enjoyed my third read from author Joseph Nassise. I'd read The Heretic back in February of 2017 and recently was given an Audible copy of A Tear in the Sky (book 3), since it was so long since I'd read The Heretic it was worth re-reading so I bought the audio box set. Well-written, fast-paced and entertaining. I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing it. I was impressed and enjoyed the vocal variety & inflections of narrator Jarret Lemaster. I look forward to reading more in this series & from this author. If there's one thing wrong with this recording it's the repeated phrases & sentences throughout the 3 books. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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