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From the moment she was banished by her father the king Princess Maia journeyed to seek sanctuary at Muirwood Abbey the epicenter of magic and good in the land Now safe for the first time since her cruel abandonment Maia must foster uneasy friendships with other girls training to be Ciphers women wh. 47 NorthPublishing Date September 2015ISBN 9781503947115Genre FantasyRating 325Publisher Description From the moment she was banished by her father the king Princess Maia journeyed to seek sanctuary at Muirwood Abbey the epicenter of magic and good in the land Now safe for the first time since her cruel abandonment Maia must foster uneasy friendships with other girls training to be Ciphers women who learn to read and engrave tomes of ancient power despite the laws forbidding them to do soReview Maia is speshul Amend that Maia is super speshully goodness wrapped in sweet sugar So Princess Maia escapes her daddy King s clutches and resides in Muirwood waiting for her initiation as a Maston The whole novel resides in Muirwood as palace intrigue slut shaming and burgeoning love transpire around Maia Maia is at once doe eyed wiser than Buddha prettier than a Labrador puppy and smarter than Einstein Oh and she has magical connections to the Medium Hate her yet She is married to a King but never consummated which makes her a ueen and all of the Realm is depending on her to open magical gates and depose her evil daddy So why does Maia suck besides the obvious See her King Daddy killed her mom ueenie the First while banging a lady in waiting and tried to have his Speshul daughter killed multiple times He deposed and subseuently killed the Earl of whatever and all his sons and is now banging a new lady in waiting He kills his last lady in waiting to make room for the new lady in waiting because as her then new wife she started banging some musicians And yet at every opportunity Maia implores those that really care about her to not harm her daddy She refuses to go against him in any way Huh That s like letting a rabid skunk play with your kids in the backyard The writing is good as is the overall story line The characters are well developed but Maia just plane sucks There were some annoying phrases throughout the novel like soft softer softly over used 70 times but minor compared to Maia s perfection This would have gotten 4 stars except for Maia s cloying sickly sweetness

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To celebrate the Whitsunday festival and Maia’s estranged husband whom she was forced to abandon will join him Torn between deadly political machinations and unstoppable spiritual forces Maia must channel unknown powers within herself to save her friends the abbey and the entire kingdom of Muirwoo. I m really enjoying this series Jeff Wheeler does a great job of balancing the action and intrigue with getting inside the characters I also liked the blurbs from Richard Syon a lot of wisdom there I m off to start the third one right nowNote I received a free e galley of this from NetGalley and the publisher

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O learn to read and engrave tomes of ancient power despite the laws forbidding them to do soAs Maia tries to judge whom to trust she makes a shocking discovery her destiny is to open the Apse Veil and release trapped spirits from her world Then she learns that her father is coming to Muirwood Abbey. Reading With ABC Ciphers of Muirwood is the second book of the Covenant of Muirwood series see the review of book 1 here and I have to say that I love it Now that I m familiar with the world created by Wheeler and the politics and I was able to understand everything much betterCiphers start where Vanished ended Maia and her grandmother escaped the Victus and arrive to Muirwood Abbey Here Maia is safe from the spirits that chase her and will study and prepare to take her Maston test I liked this gentle side of Maia For the first time she has a stable environment a place to stay plenty of food and is surrounded by people that learn to love her and appreciated I was very happy for her and especially by her connection with Suzenne Your greatest test may come from your father himself He has treated you most cruelly Tears gathered in the old man s eyes Our greatest pain in this life often comes from those who should love us the most The heardest thing you will ever be asked to tame is your own heart Collier is back He was freed from captivity and is resentful and hurt by Maia s betrayal Their first encounters are rocky at best but after a while Collier stars to forgive her and most importantly to understand her Maia is too good for own good She is humble wise and careful of everyone s feelings and way too forgiving I really liked their relationship and how it turned into something real and sincere Surely all can plainly see that Maia is the fairest woman in this room And to Maia s beauty add grace wisdom and refined talents She was born to be a ueen in her own right and not just trained as a courtier I can see why you have so jealously hidden her from me my lady Lady Deorwynn forgive me but you are blind Your power has waned Maia and I were secretly married in Dahomey many months ago I came to Comoros to reclaim my wife And I am not departing these shores without her The plot politics betrayals changes of sides get very complicated The religion is very present and prevalent during the book but it didn t feel preachy at all I actually understood everything much better The book ended with a really bad cliffhanger so I was very excited when I found the last book in Netgalley I devoured the entire series uite fastOverall The Ciphers of Muirwood was a great addition to the series It expands on the history the politics and the cast of characters is much bigger Collier and Maia get reunited which I ve been waiting for even if wasn t all I was waiting forThis review was originally posted on Reading With ABC


10 thoughts on “The Ciphers of Muirwood

  1. says:

    A wonderful second book in this series of Maia's adventures and the world where Muirwood Abbey exists In this book Maia has a much stable environment within Muirwood Abbey surrounded by friends and family Her trials and tribulations are not over though sadly She must find strength fortitude and learn uickly to sit the Maston Test She has a great task ahead of her and the secret machinations of the King's court and warring factions of the

  2. says:

    47 NorthPublishing Date September 2015ISBN 9781503947115Genre FantasyRating 325Publisher Description From the moment she was banished by her fat

  3. says:

    25 starsWheeler is good at putting his characters through the mill and this book is no exceptionI feel like I'm wading through sectarian drivel though The Harbinger series which is Wheeler's newest addition to his universe didn't feel like t

  4. says:

    Reading With ABC Ciphers of Muirwood is the second book of the Covenant of Muirwood series see the review of book #1 here and I hav

  5. says:

    More disappointmentPrincess Maia is everything a princess should be beautiful compassionate humble smart loyal and utterly stupid After a Herculean effort to fool the kings plans to subvert the abbys Maia is given the task to determine the kings punishment He is a murderer including her mother adulterer very very very evil king and Maia Let's him go Guess end of the book is about? King immediately starts to murder and other evil deeds and

  6. says:

    A lot of the scenarios have a sort of fairy tale development which is cool but is predictable and blandish Most of my issue with this book was just how incredibly goody two shoes out main character acts esp with relation to her daddy some traumatic fire emblem fates conuest flashbacks The medium is starting to sound like

  7. says:

    I'm really enjoying this series Jeff Wheeler does a great job of balancing the action and intrigue with getting inside the characters I also liked the blurbs from Richard Syon a lot of wisdom there I'm off to start the third one right nowNote I received a free e galley of this from NetGalley and the publisher

  8. says:

    I highly enjoyed the first book in this series but must confess to strong disappointment in this installment It seemed to take a long time to accomplish nothing the improbability factor was higher and the dialogue scenes set my teeth on edge personal gripe do not convey emotion through nearly constant written intonation of speech like 'spoke

  9. says:

    Another great book by Jeff Wheeler I really enjoyed the character development in this book Unfortunately after i was about halfway through the book i realized i might of read them out of order I looked it up and i was definitely supposed to read the Legends of Muirwood trilogy first but i guess ill read that in a few month

  10. says:

    At first I gave this book a 35 Then I wrote this review and realised actually 35 is probably a bit generous So

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