When banished Princess Maia is captured by her father and threatened with execution, it appears that all is lostuntil the people rise in rebellion against their king. Suddenly, the cast-aside royal finds herself crowned the first Queen of Comoros. But enemies appear on all sides as her fathers conniving supporters assemble a new army against the fledgling ruler. While Maia struggles to keep the peace within her own walls, she rushes to form historical alliances with her neighboring kingdoms against an impending invasion of the ruthless Naestorsled by the cruel Corriveauxwho will destroy anyone Maia loves in order to ruin her kingdom and prevent the mastons from regaining power.Realizing that Muirwood Abbey is once again her only hope for survival, Maia gathers her people there for protection. When she discovers an adversary greater than shes ever known, she must use all the magic, strength, and wisdom gained from her lifes trials to prevent the Void that would bring destruction to herself, her true love, and the entire kingdom....
|Title||:||The Void of Muirwood (Covenant of Muirwood #3)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
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The Void of Muirwood (Covenant of Muirwood #3) Reviews
This book wraps up the trilogy nicely, if a little predictably. Truly, though, I couldn't help but feel happy for Maia. So many of the things that stand out to me about this book would be spoilers and I don't like to include spoilers. Instead, I'll say that in my review of the first book I noted that the story reminded me of King Henry VIII -- not exactly historical fiction but definitely fiction with a historical influence. I read the author's note at the end of this story and was amused to see ...more
This book is Christian YA. The world and its characters remind me the chaste interactions between Twilight characters. The primary female is "led by the Medium" and does not appear to make many choices on her own, unlike all the male characters who plan, strategize and commit. It also ends with a wedding that mirrors Adam & Eve. Lead female character does not = strong female.
this book was the best in the trilogy in my opinion. I flew through this book! there were a few things that bothered me about the trilogy, but most were redeemed in this installment. I think this is a series I'll have to reread to really get a better experience And I'm looking forward to that. I'm so glad I finished this book and got a happy ending!!
What a ta!ent for storytellings sad!y at end, but i love the compassion &forgiveness running through this series, look forward to more of his books, which show such attention to detail and teases, pleases and totally entrances it, so many times i was angered by bad acts but also entranced by
& brought to tears by certain romantic acts, a rollercoaster and gamut of emotions you invoked in me, which hopefully will instill believe & hope for the future in everyone who reads this series, ...more
I received this ARC Copy from NetGalley in exchange for my review
The Void of Muirwood continues to explore deeper ideas in his writing. The roles of women, religious themes, relationships, life wisdom and character development.
The stakes are higher, the
I think it’s a good reflection of the story but it’s not my favorite. The photo/illustration combo feels just a little lacking in being dynamic and smooth, but it’s ok.
Maia: As she steps into a formal role o ...more
Jeff Wheeler is blessed. His stories uplift the soul. This series in particular was full of emotions. Highly recommend all of his books. Maia is the main character who has been persecuted by her father. Magic is prevalent, but faith his the major player. As you journey through this series you are continually bolstered with hope. Friends, enemies and frenemies, who are they really...who can she trust? If you love twists and turns, read this. You will not be disappointed.
The Void of Muirwood is the thrilling conclusion to The Covenant of Muirwood trilogy. Maia’s evil father has died, leaving Maia as the only heir of Comoros. Maia must face the task of ruling her kingdom. She must appoint worthy people to serve her so she can bring peace to the kingdom. However, there are people in her country who do not see her as the true ruler and begin to rebel. Yet, while the country begins fighting each other, they face a bigger threat that will intends to destroy them all. ...more
The Void of Muirwood
The Covenant of Muirwood Trilogy
Review: Maia is sure she is a dead woman when she is captured and locked in Pent Tower to await her execution. Thankfully for her the people have heard she is locked in the tower and they will do anything to dethrone her father and set her on it as the rightful heir. After she is put on the throne she has to start preparing her kingdom to fight all of those who oppose her, from her father's allies to the Dochte Mandar who wan ...more