About the Book:
In RHAPSODY, the Forest has been completely healed and the battles of Books I and II are over, but a corrosive blackness that has been haunting Raf still seems to be growing in strength. They return to Miern to stop a traitor from assuming control of the city, but find themselves caught up in a deadly plot as they race against time to stop a dark and horrific power being unleashed on them all.
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This book was really good. This was the final book in the Melforger chronicles.
The battles are over and Raf was able to heal the forest and the ancients. He discovered his new powers. Now he is on his way back home.
The problem is his cousin wants to be in control and will do anything to stop him. Raf is thrown into danger and has to find where the darkness is coming from. Now he has to save them from this horrible darkness from taking over them all.
I wish I would have read the first two books first. I thought this story was a refreshing change from most books. Loved that you could see the authors love for music in the story. I cannot wait to read more from this awesome author!
About the Author
David Lundgren was born in “a pokey town in Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia)” and spent the first 18 years of his life there. He grew up in an environment “that seemed to combine the best elements of both an American and English heritage with a hybrid African lifestyle.” Lundgren is also a musician, which gave him the creative spark to create the Melforger series. He spends his time in San Francisco “teaching, enjoying frequent – and often frustrating – games of tennis, trying to learn the blues on piano, attacking Sudoku puzzles with relish, and attempting to make some headway with the ever-increasing pile of books that is waiting patiently at my bedside, developing its own gravity.”
His latest book is the fantasy/science fiction, .
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