The Wounded Shadow (The Darkwater Saga #3)

The Wounded Shadow (The Darkwater Saga #3)

The kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, desperate to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the desperate into its shadow, creating a growing army held in its sway. Desperate after the death and dissolution of their greatest ally, Willet and the Vigil seek the truth of what lies at the heart of the The kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, desperate to contain its evil. But rumo...

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Title:The Wounded Shadow (The Darkwater Saga #3)
Author:Patrick W. Carr
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0764213482
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:496 pages pages

The Wounded Shadow (The Darkwater Saga #3) Reviews

  • Mimi
    Jun 14, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

  • Robinn
    Apr 21, 2017

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

  • Janet Sketchley
    May 07, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

  • Laurin
    May 07, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

  • Meagan Myhren-bennett
    Jun 14, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

  • Sasha
    May 19, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

    Book three of the Darkwater Saga. I loved the first books, including the prequel and this one did not disappoint. These are well written, have a great storyline, and the characters are fleshed out. The books are written with a Christian viewpoint, and it seems maybe a Catholic backgrou...

    Patrick Carr did an excellent job tying the story all together. Even in the slower sections of the book, sometimes the court intrigue with Willet, Bolt, Rory and Gael, I was never bored, as I couldn't stop smiling at Bolt's pithy remarks. The other groups in the book followed their ow...

    This book is as highly entertaining as its predecessors in this series. It becomes ever more exciting as the suspense builds and the plot thickens and the threat of an epic war/ battle looms ominously. I hated putting this book down even though I liked the ending; I just didn't want to...

    I bought book 1 of The Darkwater Saga, The Shock of Night, on my Kindle, and was thoroughly mesmerized by the story I had just delved (he he he - see what I did there?!) into. I quickly finished the first book and had to buy the other two. The Wounded Shadow follows the Vigil as they...

  • Faye
    Apr 29, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

  • Amy
    Apr 12, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

    Book three of the Darkwater Saga. I loved the first books, including the prequel and this one did not disappoint. These are well written, have a great storyline, and the characters are fleshed out. The books are written with a Christian viewpoint, and it seems maybe a Catholic backgrou...

    Patrick Carr did an excellent job tying the story all together. Even in the slower sections of the book, sometimes the court intrigue with Willet, Bolt, Rory and Gael, I was never bored, as I couldn't stop smiling at Bolt's pithy remarks. The other groups in the book followed their ow...

    This book is as highly entertaining as its predecessors in this series. It becomes ever more exciting as the suspense builds and the plot thickens and the threat of an epic war/ battle looms ominously. I hated putting this book down even though I liked the ending; I just didn't want to...

    I bought book 1 of The Darkwater Saga, The Shock of Night, on my Kindle, and was thoroughly mesmerized by the story I had just delved (he he he - see what I did there?!) into. I quickly finished the first book and had to buy the other two. The Wounded Shadow follows the Vigil as they...

    Very satisfying ending I have been waiting impatiently for this book and was not disappointed. Nice world building and well-developed characters. These books must be read in order to follow everything that happens. I should have reread the previous before reading this one. I wil...

  • Schuyler
    May 09, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

  • Amber
    Feb 11, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

  • Marian Baay
    Feb 16, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

  • Rebekah Gyger
    May 28, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

  • David Bergsland
    Apr 19, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

  • Brittany
    Apr 10, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

  • Tales Untangled
    May 30, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

  • Jodi Woody
    May 01, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

    Book three of the Darkwater Saga. I loved the first books, including the prequel and this one did not disappoint. These are well written, have a great storyline, and the characters are fleshed out. The books are written with a Christian viewpoint, and it seems maybe a Catholic backgrou...

  • Hayden
    May 24, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

  • Rachael
    Apr 22, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

  • Phillip Cole
    May 10, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

  • Cynthia Maddox
    Apr 14, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

  • Sharon
    Apr 11, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

    Book three of the Darkwater Saga. I loved the first books, including the prequel and this one did not disappoint. These are well written, have a great storyline, and the characters are fleshed out. The books are written with a Christian viewpoint, and it seems maybe a Catholic backgrou...

    Patrick Carr did an excellent job tying the story all together. Even in the slower sections of the book, sometimes the court intrigue with Willet, Bolt, Rory and Gael, I was never bored, as I couldn't stop smiling at Bolt's pithy remarks. The other groups in the book followed their ow...

    This book is as highly entertaining as its predecessors in this series. It becomes ever more exciting as the suspense builds and the plot thickens and the threat of an epic war/ battle looms ominously. I hated putting this book down even though I liked the ending; I just didn't want to...

  • Andrew Miller
    Jun 03, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

  • J.M. Christian
    Jun 14, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

  • Jennay Amber
    Apr 24, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

  • Lisa
    May 15, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

  • Catherine
    May 15, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

  • Steven Thiele
    Apr 04, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

    Wow! An amazing end to the Darkwater Saga. I couldn't put this down. Carr follows thru on the promise of the first two in the series. My only problem with this particular book was that once the Vigil split up it was difficult at times to shift gears between when switching viewpoints. B...

    Book three of the Darkwater Saga. I loved the first books, including the prequel and this one did not disappoint. These are well written, have a great storyline, and the characters are fleshed out. The books are written with a Christian viewpoint, and it seems maybe a Catholic backgrou...

    Patrick Carr did an excellent job tying the story all together. Even in the slower sections of the book, sometimes the court intrigue with Willet, Bolt, Rory and Gael, I was never bored, as I couldn't stop smiling at Bolt's pithy remarks. The other groups in the book followed their ow...

  • Carol
    Apr 21, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

    I love Patrick Carr's books intensely, and couldn't wait for the final conclusion to this series. I was so excited to read the ultimate climax of the Darkwater in book 3, and it flipped any theories I had on their head. Echoing the thoughts in another review on Goodreads, I love ho...

    This is one of those books I didn?t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. Willet Dura, the hero, has been my favourite all along, and I became very fond of ...

    Feelings were mixed as I opened the review copy I received from Bethany House of Darkwater Saga 3 Patrick W Carr The Wounded Shadow. Bethany has been sliding away from the faith for quite a while. I was afraid that Carr would do what he did with the amazing Cast of Stones.. It turns ou...

    The Wounded Shadow Is a heart pounding book. It has secrets revealed and don't you want to know what they are? Mr. Carr has created a fantasy world that is so vivid and exciting but you also get what he is trying to get across as a Christian which is why you get it for isn't it? A fant...

  • Denise Talen
    Apr 06, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...

    Picking up right where the previous books left off, the kings are trying to contain the Darkwater as it closes in. Willet Dura seeks the answer to defeating the Darkwater, while also looking for answers for the vault within. Meanwhile searching for heirs and missing members of the vigi...

    The Wounded Shadow by Patrick W. Carr is the third installment in the Darkwater Saga. It was a little slow going at first; but once I got into the story, I could not read fast enough. I predict this will be one of my favorites for the year. There are so many things to say about thi...

    It has been a long time since a book series so thoroughly captured my imagination. It has probably been since the first time that I read The Lord of The Rings that a story has drawn me so deeply into its lair, and that is high praise indeed coming from me. I'm definitely wanting to see...

    Disclaimer Notice: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have no other affiliation with them. There are many positive things that can be said about this last book in the series, and those who have posted before ...

    I wish I could write a better review for this book, but the fact remains that I had a lot of trouble remembering who everyone was and what was going on in every subplot. It's been over a year since I read the previous book in this series, and having read over a hundred books between th...

    With The Wounded Shadow, the Darkwater Saga comes to an end. Patrick Carr has done a remarkable job. He has a gift to keep things exciting even in the parts with little action. Personally, I don?t care much for books that are stuffed with action on every other page. Carr has a nice b...

    Willet Dura and the rest of the Vigil must find how to stop the evil of the Darkwater. This is made harder by distrust, and by the Darkwater wanting to stop them. Who is going to be the victor? The Wounded Shadow is the final book of The Darkwater Saga and continues the well written...

    The 3rd book in the Darkwater Saga has come to an end and I'm already missing the characters! Out of the series, this is the first book where I wasn't confused to start off with. Ha! We dive back into the story from where we left off, with the vigil trying to defeat Cesla and the evil ...

    I think one of the hardest challenges of a series like The Darkwater Saga is pulling everything together to create a satisfying ending. I feel like Carr does a great job answering questions I've had since the very beginning while still leaving some elements a mystery. I will not discus...

    In the third book of The Dark Water Saga by Patrick Carr, the kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, frantic to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium have lured deserters and the reckless into its shadow, creating a growing army that can...

  • Sam Nelson
    Jun 04, 2018

    I had considered the reviewing each book of the trilogy separately, but the reality is they could be one near-1500 page volume, so close do the books follow on each other and so intricately are they entwined. There's hardly any repeat of information from the previous books (which I, re...

    I really liked the first two books (and the introductory novella) in the series, but I loved The Wounded Shadow. It was absolutely crammed with everything I love in a good read: terrifically crafted and intelligent characters, intricate world building, intense and exciting adventure, g...

    This book is amazing! I have been waiting for it since I finished "The Shattered Vigil!!" I'm fairly new to Mr Carr's books, but have loved all of them! This one was certainly worth waiting for and I love it as much as the others, if not more! I really like that there isn't any sex bey...

    4.5 Stars Very rarely does a good book take me longer than two days to read. I speed through them, soaking up the story without much effort, and anything written so densely as to require more time is usually skimmed or set aside. The Darkwater Saga is the first series I have ever re...

    The Darkwater Forest is growing at an alarming rate, drawing people into the tangled brambles of evil and corrupting them to serve its own ends. Racing against the northern continent?s inexorable descent into madness, the Vigil has resorted to children?s tales in a last ditch effor...

    To say that I was excited for the third and final book of the Darkwater saga by Patick Carr is an understatement. I practically kept my eyes peeled on my inbox for the email from Bethany House listing the book up for review, then hoping I?d make it on the list. And we?ll skip the p...

    The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Oh, my! This is a fantastic conclusion to the Darkwater Saga. Picking up where The Shattered Vigil left off we are again faced with the utter collapse of the northern continent unless the Vigil can somehow overcome their ...

    I have never felt more pressure to get a review ?right?. So naturally, I?ve cleaned my desk, refilled my water bottle and written out my ?to-do? list for the rest of the week first, just so I can really concentrate. It?s just that this book, this series for that matter, is ...

    The Wounded Shadow is a heart-stopping, action-packed end that will satisfy any fantasy reader. The third book pulls out all of the stops as it barrels to then end. Secrets are revealed and shadows come to the light as an enemy older them time dares to unleash his evil on a completely ...

    I did receive this book at no charge for my unbiased, honest opinion. Let me start by saying this is part of a series, which I did not realize when I ordered the book. However, even though this is part of a series, it was easily read even without the context of the other books in th...