Wednesday, October 4, 2017

The Void of Muirwood: A Review (Covenant of Muirwood #3)


When banished Princess Maia is captured by her father and threatened with execution, it appears that all is lost…until 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 father’s 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 Naestors—led by the cruel Corriveaux—who 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 she’s ever known, she must use all the magic, strength, and wisdom gained from her life’s trials to prevent the Void that would bring destruction to herself, her true love, and the entire kingdom.My Review:

Maia has gained back her crown, she is now Queen. Only, despite having over thrown her father, she is now faced with the bursting tension of the Naesters. They are done staying behind the scenes, and they want what they think is rightfully theirs.

Maia is forced back to the safety of Muirwood Abby. Here she leads her people and tries desperately to keep them safe. She juggles her allies, the relationships with all very tenuous. Exhaustion begins to over take her, and she questions whether she is the right person to lead her people.

Honestly, Maia is a wonderful, strong female lead. When the battles begin, she stays strong, prepared to fulfill the covenant of Muirwood.

Through all of this, Maia continues to be kind. To be aware of what other's need and find ways to help them. She forgives those who have wronged her, and treats them with kindness; making her my idol.

The ending was beautiful. One of the best endings to a series I've read in a long time. It touched my heart and I wish to read it over and over again.

Jeff Wheeler and his awesome writing skills have captured my heart and I hope he one day comes back to the world of Muirwood.

5 out of 5!

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