[Download] The Blight of Muirwood By Jeff Wheeler

The Blight of Muirwood

By: Jeff Wheeler
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 13 hours
Release date: Jan 15, 2013
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (49 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5)
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In The Blight of Muirwood, the second book in the Muirwood Trilogy, Lia finds herself filled with inner turmoil after the great battle of Winterrowd that led to the death of the wicked king and her closest ally. Despite her reservations, Lia is called to be an official protector of Muirwood Abbey and is charged to employ her magic to defend Ellowyn Demont, the lost heir of the fallen kingdom of Pry-Ree. Her duties are put to the test when the Queen Dowager arrives in Muirwood accusing the Aldermaston, the abbey's overseer, for the king's death. Amidst the turmoil, battle ensues, and Lia learns of a terrible plague that threatens to cover the land in darkness and death. Atop it all, the magic of the world begins to fail. In a quest to undo the devastation, Lia's path brings her to a startling revelation that will change her life forever.


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34 Responses to “[Download] The Blight of Muirwood By Jeff Wheeler”

  1. jadolphson

    Second time and loved it just as much.
    loved it and all Jeff Wheeler’s books. I love the mundane and the exciting. Such an incredibly inspiring journey.

  2. Bula Tunney

    A step up from book one.
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Blight of Muirwood to be better than the print version?

  3. Gennie Romm

    Page Turner
    I love these stories by Jeff wheeler and enjoy Kate Rudd narrating. I am now looking for books by both author and narrator

  4. Jack H.

    Great Read
    I love the combination of Jeff Wheelers story and Kate Rudd’s narration. I can’t compliment Ms. Rudd enough on her being able to add depth and engage the reader so that they feel surrounded by the story, like a play, rather then just a monotone read. Thank you both for all the different series that you two have teamed up on.

  5. Jax

    Second in trilogy but keeps it moving
    The plot and characters develop at a good clip in this book. There is romance, bit it is very well done and lingers on the emotional – rather than towards the more risque spectrum. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to the third!

  6. Sheri D.

    Great book.
    Kept me interesteds. Could not piut it down! Can’t wait to read the next one.

  7. Angele Soltau

    A Marvelous Adventure 5 Stars All the Way Around!
    If you could sum up The Blight of Muirwood in three words, what would they be?

  8. Kenneth Arenales

    Love it!!!
    This authors one of my new favorite all-time offers. I don’t care about the allegorical references. It’s A delightful read and the narrator is amazing.

  9. Colton Klingenberg

    Great Read!!
    I am really enjoying this series, in fact much more than I thought I would. Original story with real personalities.

  10. Pauletta Pruskowski

    Amazing!
    this book makes you hate characters you loved, love characters you hated, then vise versa. it develops relationships more and surprises you all the way to the very end.
    I absolutely can’t wait to read the third book and then the next trilogy

  11. Jonah Yeatts

    great book
    loved it. on to the 3rd book with gusto! can’t wait to see the end of the story

  12. Buford Corchado

    Book 2
    Any additional comments?

  13. Nenita Menze

    I love this series
    I really love this series. This book was great. I highly recommend it. This series and book has grown to be one of my favorites. it was very hard to put down and not read all the way through in one sitting. I have a new favorite author.

  14. Roselee Glicher

    Good
    I really enjoyed this. It is really neat how the author used their knowledge of midevil history in the books written. Truth with fantasy makes a good story.

  15. William B.

    Bit of a detour but still so good
    The story picks up where book one left off but instead of seeing Lia being amazing in combat, we see her exploring her relationships with other characters while at the Abbey. I wasn’t too happy with the new girl but I like her involvement and hope to see more from her, especially with her new gift. I’m also excited to see how this “end of the world” concept will end. And like always, the narrator has done an awesome job. Even when new characters are introduced, all the voices are unique

  16. Ian Unavailable

    Very good book with an excellent narrator
    This was a surprisingly great second book in a very solid series. I usually expect the second book in a trilogy to be weakest of the bunch. This story continues to build and grow, and I was even more enthralled in this book than the first.

    While the characters in the book are mostly young and this could be considered YA in some senses, the characters are all richly developed and mature beyond their ages. I was drawn into the story, which kept my attention all the way through. Even some of the predictable parts were written in such a way that there was still some discovery and mystery left. From beginning to end I was interested and engaged.

    The narrator is excellent. She manages to have the perfect amount of animation and inflection in her voice without being overly dramatic. Each character’s voice was distinct. The pacing was also just right.

    Overall, this was a very good book that I would be happy to read again.

  17. Rickie Voelz

    Loved
    Absolutely loved this book. If I thought the first one had me capitvated, this one left me full of emotion and in awe. This is an excellent read. Definitely enjoyed it.

  18. Anna Shelton

    So happy to have found this series!
    I adore this series, more than any I’ve read in the last several years. I’m going to be genuinely sad when I’ve read it all. Jeff Wheeler has a true talent with storytelling.

  19. Boris L.

    Great book
    Loved it! What a great story , I cant wait to start the next book of series.

  20. Leonor B.

    Great story better than the first!
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was better paced and more exciting than the first. Kate’s performance was beautiful.

  21. Gerry V.

    Outstanding storytelling & Performance
    Very good follow up to Wretched

    Particularly liked learning who Lia is

    Enjoyed the suspense throughout the story

  22. Nigel Tilleman

    Very well done
    I had stopped listening to recorded books several years ago and I have been reminded, listening to this story, when a storyline and the actual recording come together. While this is a tale of good vs evil with sprinkles of religion through out it is easy to get lost in. There are many books out that follow the same pattern but this one stands out.

  23. Epifania Seedborg

    I can’t wait for the next book!
    This book is better than the first. It kept me in suspense the entire time. I can’t wait for the next book!

  24. Latonia Champlain

    Coming of Age Story
    First, I’ve listened to all three books in the trilogy, so this review covers all of them.

    When I first read the summary for the first book I wondered why I had gotten it, but luckily it was a pleasant surprise. I’m usually not too fond of coming of age stories but this one was pretty good. The characters developments grow through the story. Even minor characters have depth to them. There’s magic and action. I read some reviewers who said there was a lot of preaching and religious aspects but I didn’t find it overwhelming or even really thought of this as a religious book, unlike some I’ve accidentally listened to. After all, the main character was raised in an Abby and the storyline is centered around them.

    Lia starts out as a wretched (what we would call an orphan) in an Abby. We get to go along with her on her adventures as she discovers who she really is.

    The narrator did an excellent job and added a lot to the story.

  25. Jonah Ziems

    Good read, love the language
    The Muirwood series is very well written. The sentence structure feels very medieval. The characters feel like real people, and Kate Rudd does a wonderful job giving each character their own voice. I have two small complaints. There need to be longer pauses when the author jumps to another time, and the Deus Ex Machina gets a little out of hand. Beyond that, and good story wonderfully read.

  26. Doreatha Chesnut

    great story
    I can’t wait to see what happens between Leah and Colvin and the rest of Muitwood.

  27. Sher H.

    Great writing and story
    I really like this writer’s style. The stories keep me coming back for more, can’t wait for the next one!

  28. Fabian Mincer

    To much anst
    For me to much time was spent on going over our man characters internal struggles. We are taken through the relationship between magic and how it’s used or not used to many times.

  29. Treasa Macken

    loved this one
    the middle book is always the most exciting. the story line is enchanting. can’t wait to read next book. love this writer

  30. Jesusa Jondrow

    A creative blend of historical themes
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book which managed to depict a world and characters rich with meaning.

  31. Jason Gerhardt

    The perfect sequel
    Ask yourself what makes a perfect sequel and this is it. The story is expanded, the world is expanded. New threats dwarf old ones. New and complex characters are revealed. Secrets are revealed. Answers to questions you’ve had, or didn’t even know you had, are answered. You learn more and get involved more. This story, as in all great fiction, is rooted in reality and human emotions. It is well written and Kate Rudd does a very distinctive, outstanding job with a variety of both male and female voices. This book (the whole series) is a steal for the price. Highly recommended!

  32. Antonia Majerus

    So Boring
    Performance: The reader is horrible. Her voice never fluctuates when reading non-dialog, which makes listening to her very difficult. She pauses at weird times.

    Story: It never seemed to get going. I enjoyed the first book, so had high hopes for this one. Nope. The main character never seems to be driving the plot. Instead, she is drug along by events. She comes across as very wimpy.

    I could not listen to more than about 1/4 of this book. I tried, but it was just that bad.

  33. Ellyn Pintado

    going to book 3
    Going to book three . Great series to listen to while sewing ect. Story teller is very good.

  34. Zachery Warila

    Jeff Wheeler
    I enjoy all of Mr. Wheeler’s books. I listen to them while working and, before I know it, hours have passed. I fall in love with the characters and desperately search for more books when I complete one. I can’t say enough…There’s something about fiction that feeds your soul. Not everyone can accomplish it but, in every series, I leave it feeling revived and just that mush closer to my Creator. Read it…you’ll see exactly what I mean.

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