Author: Jeff Wheeler

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Review of Broken Veil (Harbinger #5)

Review of Broken Veil (Harbinger #5)

This seems to conclude the Harbinger series and I liked this book so much more than the previous one. There are still some slow parts of imprisonment and of Cettie being stupid, as well as villains who long outlive their welcome. But the action does finally pick up in this… Read more »

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Review of Prism Cloud

Review of Prism Cloud

I have mixed feelings on this book. It does a fine job of continuing the story, upping the stakes and action, and further developing the main characters. Sera really comes into her own and does fantastic. There are some great revelations about Lady Corinne and what her intentions are. Several… Read more »

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Review of The Forsaken Throne

Review of The Forsaken Throne

Overall I really liked the Kingfountain Series and this book was mostly a fitting conclusion, except for some key parts in the end that I really disagreed with. One main character was killed off rather unjustly at the end, and one character was forced to make a long-term sacrifice and… Read more »

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Review of The Maid’s War

Review of The Maid’s War

This was a nice prequel about the Maid of Donremy. It had a bit of a rough start by introducing a lot of characters who I neither knew nor cared about. However, once I got into the book, I found the two main characters (Alan and Jenette) to be pretty… Read more »

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Review of Iron Garland (Harbinger)

Review of Iron Garland (Harbinger)

This series continues to amaze, and the third installment is no exception. There is plenty of action, more unraveling of mysteries, and a great look at the world of King Fountain. In addition, the true enemy of the empire is revealed, and Sera finally gains her freedom. I really liked… Read more »

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Review of Storm Glass

Review of Storm Glass

This is another entertaining and satisfying series by Jeff Wheeler. It follows two young girls in difficult circumstances (one from the streets, one from royalty) destined to be great people, in a magical world (the same one as Muirwood in fact). The main characters are both interesting and well-developed. Cettie… Read more »

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Review of The Banished of Muirwood

Review of The Banished of Muirwood

This book was quite a bit darker than the previous trilogy. Maia is a princess with a very rough life. Her inheritance and birth right are stripped from her and she is pursued by the myriad ones and rather evil Dochte Mandar. It starts in a rather different fashion with… Read more »

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Review of the Legends of Muirwood Series

Review of the Legends of Muirwood Series

This is truly one of the best fantasies I have read in a long time. It has a young girl who slowly discovers who she is, her destiny, and her powers. The world-building is great and the plot is a real page-turner. It also has lots of strong characters who… Read more »

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