The Harvest Moon : Under the Moon

  • by David Neth
  • Narrated by Nathan Weiland
  • Series: Under the Moon
  • 7 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A legacy of magic and danger.
All Danielle Bowen wants is a normal life: white picket fence, kids in the nursery, and peace and quiet with her husband Simon. But she can't escape the fate her family has wrought for her. Born into a tradition of witchcraft, she has also inherited a deadly enemy: Toxanna, a dark witch who will stop at nothing to destroy the last of the Bowen line.
But will Danielle's powers be enough to save her family - or even herself? And when Toxanna sets her sights on Holly, Danielle's only daughter, will anyone have the strength to rescue the newly fledged witch? The darkness is closing around the last of the Bowens. In a world of wizards and powerful demons, how can one family of witches survive?
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Orphaned by the shocking murder of both his parents, 13-year-old Drew must conceal his magical powers as he navigates the foster care system. But it might be easier for a young wizard to control his cracking voice than his magic. When one of Drew's spells attracts the attention of a local coven called the Fire Wizards, Drew sees his chance to solve the mystery of who killed his parents with the coven's help.
There's just one catch: once you enter the coven, you're bound for life. And the more involved Drew becomes with the Fire Wizards, the faster his fa├žade of safety crumbles. Can he find justice for his parents without binding himself to a world of magical peril?


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I like the way how the story is written. It makes me feel I relate to some of our strengths and weaknesses. It's like they could survive in a normal life, they could be my neighbors and friends . The narration is also good

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- jey cee

ignorance is bliss

We start with the story the family of carnies which happens to be magical. The story itself ranges from the 1930s to the present and dips back in time by reference to indicate how long the Bowen family has been in existence. This story encompasses four generations and, although at a place of logical conclusion, ends in a definite cliffhanger. Witches and darker beings are all real but hidden from the non-magical world.

The narrator does a superb job of vocal characterizations and as you focus on your other tasks while listening, you are swept into the drama and away from your chores.
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- Betababe

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-16-2016
  • Publisher: David Neth