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Summary

A devastating plague continues to rage through the land of Muirwood, and all hope is laid at the feet of the young woman Lia. Called as a magical protector, Lia volunteers to embark on one last quest to rescue the knight-maston Colvin - her great love - and his pupil, the alleged heir to the fallen kingdom of Pry-Ree. Undaunted by injuries, Lia sets off across land and sea warning the kingdom of the great plague that is upon them. The arduous journey leads her to the doors of Dochte Abbey, where her friends are supposedly held. However, a fallen enemy lies in wait for Lia, as well as an unbearable new truth. The revelation will pit Lia’s deepest desires against the fate of her enchanted world.…

Fantastically epic and at all times engaging, The Scourge of Muirwood is a monumental finale to the Muirwood Trilogy.

©2013 Jeff Wheeler (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Amazing

This audible is so well done and truly puts you into the mind of Leah. I've greatly enjoyed the series.

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Muirwood series

No sooner do I finish listening to the amazing Kate Rudd read the hugely captivating tale in one book, I'm compelled, almost certainly by the medium, to start the next!

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Sufficient

It was unremarkable. Pleasant bedtime listening but not memorable. There were some very strange accents and not all were easy to understand.

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A fitting end to an amazing trilogy.

The story so immersive, the characters so familiar and real means you live this story from beginning to end. I miss Lia, Pasqua, Soa all of them and am a little less for their loss.

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  • Lin Cloward
  • 22-03-16

Good series, have read all 6

If you could sum up The Scourge of Muirwood in three words, what would they be?

enticing, exciting, integral

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the story lines, so close to so much of our own peoples history, struggles, triumphs, and the ongoing fight between good and evil. It never comes by just getting everything handed to the people; character is never developed by living the life of Riley. The characters are well developed and are taken through a series of challenges, experiences, choices and relationships that teach them to grow up and become men and women of good character. The stories give good examples of how character is developed through the challenges and experiences we face in life. I love how the books give indications of gospel truths, principles of truth through out as the fight with good and evil wages and how truth can be twisted and used for evil. Alluding to the growth that comes by learning how to follow the spirit of God, (the medium) and how to discern the spirits that attempt to influence our lives for good and for evil. I was captured by the story lines and the characters.

Which character – as performed by Kate Rudd – was your favorite?

Loved them all, the good guys and the bad guys, great performance; I was inspired to look into some of her other works, did not care for some of the other stories but I am reading the Mermaids sister. I would look at and peruse anything Jeff has written and Kate has performed.

Any additional comments?

I am an avid reader, of all kinds of genre, and I will say, I was grateful to read such good stories that let you know the man and woman were going to marry and be intimate, without having to read through or skip the details. I really appreciated the respect and trust the characters develop in their relationships without having to read about their genitals or the sex. I know some people like that kind of thing, and I am not a prude, but I prefer the stories without having to enter into the bed chamber. I would recommend these books to my nephews and nieces for reading as well, I believe they would enjoy them.

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  • jadolphson
  • 11-09-17

Love Jeff Wheeler

This is a beautiful story and a great end to the series. I love his characters and how human they are. I love the fight between good and evil and that there are definite lines you must not cross. So much heart and struggle.

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  • 02-07-16

Ok conclusion to trilogy

A bit of a disappointment after the second book. I really enjoyed the first half of this book. I found the ending a bit forced. Kat Rudd does a good job in the narration. Obviously worth the read if you have read the first two books.

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  • Therese Van Arsdale
  • 19-10-18

Both Good and a Bit Depressing

There are times when it seems as if authors are actively harassing their poor characters. It makes for a cracking story but it can become wearying. Leah faces more dire challenges, and failure means dire consequences for all. With The Medium guiding her, Leah wi!!, once again, learn the power and the price of needing her duty. The story moves quickly and the characters, especially Leah, are engaging. Kate Rudd provides clear vocal deliniations for the large cast and adds more tension to the mix with her smooth narration.

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  • 16-10-18

Tedious and really preachy!

The first two books were better. Preachy and judgmental feeling to the writing. It ruined the series. Plus there was a lot of repetition. I recommend reading the first two books and using your imagination for the rest.

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  • Scrooge McDuck
  • 12-10-18

Very good series

Very satisfying. Very real characters with real choices. Voices matched the characters and provide a good mental pictures.

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  • Rachel Fletcher
  • 26-08-18

Yeee

loved, love need more in my life! can't wait to listen to the next books.

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  • Nate_D
  • 19-08-18

Excellent ending

What a great way to end the series! Fantastic series, with a great ending. Could not have expected a better way to end this trilogy. I would recommend this series to anyone who appreciates the fantasy genre.

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  • Ivy Moore
  • 27-07-18

this third one was too religious for me.

There have been biblical themes throughout this trilogy but in this final tome, it was quite heavy handed and felt a lot like I was being preached to. I really struggled to finish this.

A very positive thing I thought about this is that Wheeler created a girl I could relate to (biblical themes aside). She gets dirty, she does a fair share of rescuing and getting herself out of her own scrapes. I am thrilled a male writer was able to create a personable and relatable female protagonist.

P.S. There is a HEA for Lia and Colvin in case you were worried

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 02-07-18

Disappointing

I was really disappointed in this third novel. It was dark and depressing. Even the end was dreary. Also, I really had an issue imagining the characters being so young from start to finish. As the story unfolded I pictured them much older. It even got uncomfortable when talking about marriages and relationships with ones so young.