Tarah Woodblade : The Bowl of Souls

  • by Trevor H. Cooley
  • Narrated by Andrew Tell
  • Series: The Bowl of Souls
  • 11 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The war is over, but there is a void of power that must be filled and no shortage of souls eager to fill it.
Tarah Woodblade was the best guide and tracker in the land, but she ran away from the war. She returns to Dremaldria expecting to be labeled a coward, but finds herself lauded as a hero. It seems a hero is needed too, because someone is hunting rogue horses....


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The fun continues

I thought the Mother of the Moonrat was the last of the Bowl of Souls books, because the war had ended, but I was pleasantly surprised to see this audiobook on Audible yesterday, and so I bought it immediately, downloaded it, put the current book that I was listening to aside, and started listening to Tarah Woodblade right away. This book takes place after the war, during the rebuilding process. It introduces us to brand new characters and tells the tale of their adventure. There are only cameo appearances of the regular list of players, and most of them are at the end, signaling their return in the followup books to come. I was just a little bit disappointed that the regular cast and crew were not heavily involved in this story, but at the same time it was good to meet the new team players and the new evil antagonist(s). Andrew Tell did an excellent job narrating, as usual! I can't wait for the next installment. Based on the very ending of this book, things could get very interesting indeed!
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- Bob-o

Good set-up for Series for Jharro Grove

What did you like best about Tarah Woodblade? What did you like least?

Tarah has a very unique personality. She generally is an introverted person and begins to evolve as a character throughout the story. This is Post-war and Tarah finding her place.

Would you recommend Tarah Woodblade to your friends? Why or why not?

If they were to start the Jharro Grove Saga, then yes. This is a biography and set-up for Tarah and to tie her into the universe.

Have you listened to any of Andrew Tell’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Andrew Tell is good as ever.

Did Tarah Woodblade inspire you to do anything?

Make a moonrat armor and wield a Jharro Staff. :)

Any additional comments?

FYI: Jhustan doesn't show up until the Epilogue. Book 2 of Jharro Grove Saga has 3 stories going on. One of which is the continuation of Tarah Woodblade and her further growth of skills and character.

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- MP "I originally got Audibles to listen to Hunger Games and Lord of the Rings Series. I ended listening to more books like LoTR and HG."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-29-2016
  • Publisher: Trevor H. Cooley