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  • 360 pages
  • Eye of the Moonrat
  • Trevor H. Cooley
  • English
  • 28 February 2016

10 thoughts on “Eye of the Moonrat

  1. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Eye of the MoonratThe Bowl of Souls Book 1By Trevor H CooleyNarrated by James FosterThis book had me hooked right away and I couldn't stop I loved the plot the characters and the fun of it all Great fantasy magic and I like voting for the underdog Lots of creatures intrigue adventure and The narrator is wonderful at keeping the flow going at a perfect pace and the voices were great Great performance

  2. Dany Zaidi Dany Zaidi says:

    This book is one of my all time favourite book It has a heroic fantasy story line in which the main character is weak but gets stronger and stronger and before you know it he is the guy who everyone turns to Although this is how most heroic fantasy goes I really like the fact that it all makes sense I mean yea Justan becomes stronger but it didn't take him a chapter to become from weak to he man No it happens slowly but surely I like the fact that he got stronger by his own efforts first before his magic ability got activated Also although his magic ability is strong it's not by any stretch of the means unbeatable He is strong but still relatable The other thing I like is the side characters I love strong female characters that don't simper and hide behind the Hero when the going gets tough and Ma'am is as strong as you get I have bought all his ebooks and I am thinking of buying his hard copy books too

  3. Paul Leitner Paul Leitner says:

    the premise of an incapable protagonist valiantly trying his best was intriguing if not terribly inspiredIt was completely invalidated when halfway through the book the protagonist is suddenly in the book euivalent of a rocky montage transformed into mr perfect And no it does not get better or believable in the next books of the series

  4. Timothy Timothy says:

    The Eye of the Moonrat all things considered is a good read I will say the book does seem to start off as a young adult novel from the viewpoint of a teen who thinks he knows better then all how to become a warrior There is growth in the character but the first few chapters can be a bit hard to get through Though the book starts out as a coming of age story you tend to loose site of that rather uickly I thought the characters were well thought out The showed growth and depth along the journey and I found myself caring about them as I read This seems to be rare in a lot of Indy books so I would put it out that it is a definite plus to the story I would even go far enough to say that it is one of the few books were changing perspective doesn't annoy me and I enjoyed it A few times it did but mostly I was able to read without the irritation of this due to liking the charactersI would say that the endings of the first and second book end in a way that there is a General resolution to some things but it is far from being a book unto itself That is to say that if you pick the book up expect to have to read books to see how it goes I don't think the author set out to make it serialized and I wouldn't say it is completely In fact the second book could be read right after the first and it would sound like just another chapter starting Overall good book worth the read be prepared to buy though if you want to continue to follow the story as the books aren't a stand alone read

  5. Soo Soo says:

    Mini Review35 Stars Round Up to 4 Stars 35 Stars for Narration by James Foster4 Stars for Concepts2 Stars for Awkward POV Changes4 Stars for CharactersThe title cover for the book are weird Nothing fancy but a little odd It's just odd enough to catch my eye I've seen the audiobook on Audible for a while but I resisted getting it because I don't care for the blurb I'm glad I took a chance because I actually like the characters The very beginning of the book is weird and badly formatted but it will snag your attention get a response of some sort The characters are a lot of fun and I like the hints of potential for the overall plot I'm going to cross my fingers and hope that the rest of the series will end up being a fun adventure and the writing will become cohesive with each book

  6. AudioBookReviewer AudioBookReviewer says:

    ABR's full Eye of the Moonrat audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook ReviewerLook at that cover How could anyone say that they didn’t want to know what this story was about after seeing that calm yet creepy cover As soon as I saw it I needed to know Thankfully I am well aware of the narrator yet the author is new to me so I had some idea of what I was in forThis is a total unadulterated fantasy story Full of all of the creatures one would expect Ogres Orcs Gnomes Goblins Elves Dwarves and many other fantastical and potentially magical creatures and races The main focus is on a young man Justan who has tried for his entire adult life to get into the prestigious battle academy Here was a guy that didn’t think he needed to do anything difficult in life and everything should just pan out This was not working for him Now this is his last chance to get enrolled and this time he is given a trainer Here we get to see Justan grow from a cowardly youngster into a brave adult While some of his dreams are met others are seemingly taken away from him without reasonEye of the Moonrat has a lot going on many things that seemed disjointed slowly came together even though not close enough for me the nearer I got to the end As there are several side stories happening at the same time I think as Justan’s They never did merge into one however I do see that happening in the futureTrevor H Cooley did a great job creating a world that while familiar to fantasy lovers like me still has an originality to it all The characters are given space and time to grow and develop Descriptions of the scenery would make you swear that he has been thereAt first it felt a bit sacrilegious to hear James Foster be anybody other than Adrian Ring I did eventually get used to this and allowing Foster to lull me into my imagination He has a certain calming uality to his voice that allowed me to forget that I was in pain forgive me I listed to most of the audio book while on an epic 30 mile bicycle ride I think this is the highest amount of characters that Foster has had to deal with in one story Happy to say he pulled it off very well I especially like his take on the dwarf Lenny er Lenry whateverIf you are looking for a fantasy story that tells itself to you rather than lecture look no further While some may say it is juvenile I would saw that you have to start somewhere and might as well be the beginning I am looking forward to being able to listen to book two in this fascinating seriesAudiobook provided for for review by the narrator

  7. Justin Justin says:

    The review is for the Series so far Books 1 9 that I have read I picked up the first book by a friends recommendation having never heard of it or the Author I didn't really expect much as it is a self published author who hasn't really reached main stream channels To my surprise I ended up really enjoying the book In fact I enjoyed it so much that I ended up buying or b0rrowing the rest of the books in the series available at the time and binge reading them It did help they were only 2 4 each or mostly available via kindle unlimited so free yayThey are self published books so especially the first couple had a bit grammar and editing errors that would likely have not occurred if a professional editor had done their work but overall surprisingly few The uality of the work overall I would say rivals many of this fellow published fantasy authors but for a deeply discounted price The powers by the main character were very original to me the bad guys while some cliche'd are sufficiently creepy and thought out to make them believable He also does a good job of building up the stories and background of the supporting characters enough so that they could and do have books of their ownSo overall I would say this book and series is like going to Walmart to buy a cheap tool just expecting it to last for one job yet you find yourself 10 years later still using that tool because of the unexpected uality of it's make It isn't the best tool ever but it gets the job done And yes my Analogy's are about as good as David Charleston's metaphors in The Reckoners

  8. Eric Eric says:

    Teenage ego fantasy The protagonist is the awkward highschool nerd everyman confident in his intellectual superiority and yet a failure in the eyes of his school He gets even by becoming the ultimate battle mage This book is pure wish fulfillment; I probably would've loved it as a teen Now it just irritates me

  9. DoodlePanda DoodlePanda says:

    About a week ago I was wondering what audio book to download I had nothing planned and so I used s list of which Kindle books you can upgrade to audible Looked through the list found Eye of the Moonrat The cover looked interesting The price was good So i bought and downloaded it not reading the blurb I had no idea what the story was or even what genre I read a lot of different genres so this could literally be anything My records show I purchased the book in January but I have absolutely no memory of thisSo I was basically just picking a book on random hoping for the bestNever have I been pleasantly surprised over a book This is one of the best books I have read in a long time The story is good and the narrator does a fantastic job too I couldn't believe my luck Imagine my delight when I found out there are 8 books Needless to say I immediately bought and downloaded book 2 DI would definitely recommend this book if you like the genre

  10. David Stringer David Stringer says:

    I really enjoyed this book and recommend with ease As a genre I was getting a little tired of it and so begun this with a sense of 'here we go again' But I was pleasantly surprisedIt wasn't full of the usual exotic and absurd names that you struggle to keep up with get confused by and subseuently follow The writing style has a nice simple flow to it and the author has done a great job keeping the story and character development going throughout the storyOne big feature I liked was the introduction of other characters who's story you get to follow that at the moment doesn't appear to have any correlation to the main character and story Guessing it will at some point But these are not your normal characters these are interestingly different types of creature and character that haven't in my experience had a voice in a story from other booksI'm now a big fan and will definitely be getting the rest in the series and following the authors other work

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Eye of the Moonrat❮Reading❯ ➽ Eye of the Moonrat Author Trevor H. Cooley – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk What if you were terrible at the one thing in the world you wanted to do most Justan was raised on the outskirts of the premier Battle Academy in the known lands His only goal in life has been to ente What if you were terrible at the one thing in the world you wanted to do most Justan was raised on the outskirts of the premier Battle Academy in the known lands His only goal in life Eye of PDF or has been to enter the academy and become a powerful warrior like his father Unfortunately he has failed the entrance exams multiple times He is given one last chance but there is a condition He must undergo a year’s tutelage under a fierce warrior woman from a far off land Meanwhile an evil wizard of immense power is transforming wild creatures into an army of monsters Ogres and dragons warriors and wizards are destined to clash their fates guided by The Bowl of Souls Eye of the Moonrat is part one of The Moonrat Saga and the first book in The Bowl of Souls series The Moonrat Saga Book One Eye of the Moonrat Book Hilt's Pride Book Two Messenger of the Dark Prophet Book Three Hunt of the Bandham Book Four The War of Stardeon Book Five Mother of the Moonrat The Jharro Grove Saga Book Six Tarah Woodblade Book Seven Protector of the Grove Book Eight The Ogre Apprentice Book Nine The Troll King .

About the Author: Trevor H. Cooley

I was born in South Carolina and have lived all around the United states Utah New Mexico Michigan and TennesseeI started reading novels in second grade and my love of Fantasy started with Lloyd Alexander's Chronicles of Eye of PDF or Prydain series I couldn't get enough continued with David Eddings Tolkein Robert Jordan All I wanted was to become a published writerThe characters and concepts that even.