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Forest Kingdom Saga
Blue Moon Rising (3 of 3)

by Simon R. Green
Oct 1, 2009
5 Hours
978-1-59950-606-7
All Ages
The Blue Moon is full, the Darkwood has overtaken the land and demons are being fought off at the very gates of Forest Castle. The return of the exiled High Warlock reveals long-hidden secrets about the past. As the Warlock battles the wild magic of the Demon Prince, his hopes of assistance from the enchanted Sword of Compulsion known as the Curtana are crushed by the sword's disappearance, but there may be other, more powerful weapons hidden in the Royal Armory. Rupert faces the loss of perspective, friendship, love and his life, as the palace intrigue sweeps Julia and Harald up in its path. There is a traitor within and King John must fight a war on two fronts in a final battle to save his Forest Kingdom from complete destruction.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, David Coyne, Elizabeth Jernigan, Scott McCormick, Mort Shelby, Richard Rohan andy Clemence, Christopher Graybill, James Konicek, Peter Stray, Tim Getman, Ken Jackson, Michael John Casey, Colleen Delany, Joe Brack and Michael Glenn
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Dan Sondak
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Dan Sondak
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Excellent! by Vanessa (Posted on 8/8/2018)
Excellently written and acted! GA does a terrific job bringing the authors characters to life and getting the reader invested in the stories. This 3rd story, wrapping up the first trilogy, made me want to investigate more of the stories in the series.
Not Your Standard Fantasy by Travis (Posted on 11/20/2017)
What I liked most about this story is that not all the characters were stock characters, filling a role. Most had a bit of complexity to them that was refreshing for a fantasy story.

GA, of course, does a marvelous job of adapting it into an audio production. The narration and voice acting is spot on, perfectly casted. The music and sound effects had tension to the battle scenes. An all well rounded and enjoyable listen.
Part 3 by ryan (Posted on 9/11/2016)
So this ended about as well as i could have hoped, but it doesnt really hold any surprises. This part had some nice touching moments and i really did feel for the characters and do wish most of them the best. Except the Harald, i hope he gets assassinated, but i want to see Rupert and Julia in more adventures, that is assuming they capture the humerus aspects of the first part and the overly serious part of this last part.
A review of all three parts by John (Posted on 9/21/2015)
I was expecting to dislike the first part when I bought it... But I was hooked. While the first part dragged for me, especially with the Witch, by the time Rupert made it to the Dragon's lair, I knew I was going to finish this series. The political intrigue, the characters, the very clever ideas, the magic, and the twists, some I could see coming, some I could not. The story is a fun adventure with great characters, great voice acting, and the sound effects. Buy this series.
Review by Jon (Posted on 8/12/2014)
love the good mix of humor and fantasy mixed in the blender of GA effects n voices
Review - Great by mike (Posted on 11/18/2013)
Great ending ... and like most endings it leaves you wanting more.
Nice big wrap up by Eric (Posted on 10/17/2013)
True to fashion, the BMR finale wraps up with big battles and revelations about our main characters. I enjoyed this bit of melodrama quite a lot. I'm definitely looking forward to see what happens next.

I have to give the author some credit. Only after listening to the whole 3 parts did it occur to me that I had spent 18 hours on a story about Unicorns and Rainbows...LOL Well, this one isn't really for 12 year old girls. I guess this would be more the Grimm Brothers version. :)

Touche' Mr. Green.
Review by Kyle Winchell (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Love this story. Mr.Green's ability to be utterly comical, and then switch on a dime to very dark, even bleak drama is refreshing. This is not Demon Wars, it is not epic, so adjust your expectations. This is a hybrid of different types of fantasy that sometimes works, and sometimes doesn't.

From a unicorn with an Irish accent that looses bladder control at any hint of danger, to the older brother who is both Noble and vile at the same time, this is a story with,and about characters. It is never quite what you expect, and leaves you wanting more, which is what a good story should do.

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