• Hallow Wood

  • The Furyck Saga, Book 4
  • By: A.E. Rayne
  • Narrated by: Finty Williams
  • Length: 20 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (67 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Furyck Saga continues with this heart-stopping fourth volume in A.E. Rayne’s epic fantasy adventure!

As the Arnesson brothers finally reach Oss’ harbour, Ivaar’s discomfort grows. Is he really willing to hand his long-dreamed-of throne to Borg Arnesson and his brothers?

With the signal fires burning down the headland, Eadmund makes his final preparations to the fort’s defenses, hoping to see Jael and the Brekkan fleet appear on the horizon.

Landing in Andala, Jael and Aleksander must ready their ships before they leave for Oss, but will they arrive in time to help Eadmund?

The Dragos family has escaped with Hanna, but Berard is injured, and Karsten and Haegen must get him to safety before they can think about reclaiming their kingdom and avenging their father’s death.

In Hest, Morana and The Following have raised the woman. But who is she? And what will Jaeger do now that she wants to claim the power he so desperately sought for himself?

And as the Widow is drawn into the battle for the Darkness, will she finally be forced to reveal herself and make her true allegiance known?

©2021 A.E. Rayne (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • 02-27-22

keeps my interest

I have thoroughly enjoyed each of the books in the series. it has kept my interest and I look forward to the next installment.

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Such a great story

This is not my type of reading genre at all, but I truly love how this author creates the most interesting characters and exciting situations.
And the performance by the narrator is wonderful. I can’t imagine anyone being able to do a better job of keeping the listener engaged and creating such distinct voices for each character. First rate.

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Don’t believe the Hype. It’s a mess.

Is this a good saga? Sure. If you overlook the lazily dance around plot holes and “just go with it” drama.

From the start-up to this point, I am only interested in seeing how the story ends (near the end of each novel, I want to buy the last book and read the last half to get this shit over with). Other than that, this series is very poorly planned and structured. The apparent scene jumping is done to push the story along because the “idea was there” before the writing was done, and the author had a contract deadline to deliver her manuscripts.

Like video games that get released before they finish development, stop. Go back and make sure you do your story justice by writing a mature plot and not this rushed mess. This book, along with the last three, has some very well-written characters and some absurdly, glaringly obvious plot holes, and lazier than lazy explanations as to why some things are.

But again, some amazing characters. It’s a mixed bag.

Also, ass-backward explanations on “what dreamers see” vs. anyone does…. It’s just so many cool concepts delivered and explained very poorly.

However, I am doing my best to give the author the benefit of the doubt and finish this audible series concerning the very well-written characters. But as I’m four novels in now, I have used the “fast forward option” way more than any novel I have kept in my audible library of over 600 books.

The narrator does a dope job, though! At least for the most part. Sometimes her voicing for “urgency” is annoying, but I forgive her because she does exceptionally well overall.

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  • KBotelho
  • 12-29-21

THE BEST series, possibly ever! A must listen!!

The whole Furyck Saga is over if the best of all times. It's very well placed, read exceptionally well with detailed characters, some of which are unbelievably killed... which moves you more than you can imagine.

If you're looking for a new series that's expertly written and read, please, look no further & go with A,E,Rayne's 'The Furyck Saga'. it will take your breath away with an amazing twist say the end!

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  • donna t
  • 05-30-22

excellent series

it's been a long time since I've read a good series and I'm loving this one.
great storyline, great characters, even the ones I don't like make the story what it is.
I'm about to start book 5, can't wait