The Druid (The Dawning of Muirwood Book 1)

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The Druid (The Dawning of Muirwood Book 1)

The Druid (The Dawning of Muirwood Book 1)

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I really enjoyed Jeff Wheeler's "Kingfountain" series, which was based on the latter years of the Plantegenet rulers of England in the fifteenth century, and was excited to discover that there are more books in the series (and more coming!

The world-building is excellent and continues to build on the already well documented lore from previous series by Mr. I moved to Rocklin that year, and we found ourselves in different parts of the country but still with the same idea. Wheeler (Broken Veil) opens the Grave Kingdom series with this winding tale of valor and sacrifice, set in a realm where using magic summons a heavy fog that kills every living thing it touches. It was also ten years ago that I listened to Kate narrate Muirwood for the first time, thus beginning an epic partnership that has spanned dozens of books.In Muirwood Abbey, young mastons learn to read and engrave and dedicate themselves to unlocking the secrets of the Medium. If she surmised correctly, the High Seer had come to assign Aldermaston Gilifil to build a new abbey in the newly conquered kingdom of Moros. So, I've done a lot of complaining so far, but the truth is until the end I was really enjoying this book and the writing. I wove it together into a world I had already invented for a novella for Deep Magic, and started there.

A conflicted champion must navigate a treacherous world to secure the peace, protect a throne, and ward off the devastating powers of a vengeful enemy. Eilean will quickly find herself doubting everything she thought to be true and facing a path forward that she never expected. Booklist Praise for Jeff Wheeler "Wheeler once again blends exciting confrontations with depth of characterization and superb world building. The abbeys, the landscape, the people, it all just feels like we are transported in time rather than transported into another world. The Dresden Codex is the first thriller he’s written since his early years as a budding author, but his many fans think his fantasy novels are thrillers in their own way.

I could not have foreseen then how many people would come to love this world, nor did I imagine I’d still be publishing in it this year. In the end, though what is really going to keep me reading this prequel series is that Hoel and Eilean are going to crash into each other at some point and I am really interested in seeing how this plays out.

to any fantasy fan, especially those that love the classic feeling - think Tamora Pierce or Patricia Wrede. There are some religious undertones of the story that people may not like, but the story is based around a certain time period that had a lot of religious conflict, so the story reflects that same feeling. I absolutely fell in love with the characters and the ending did exactly what it was supposed to do. Learn more about Jeff's publishing journey in Your First Million Words, and visit his many worlds at www.This book is actually a prequel as it takes place before the Abbey is built so it’s a great place to begin.



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