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It's 35 years before Julianne Taylor was buried alive by the good people of Donbridge and awakened by the Ring of Lazarus. The parents of Julianne are children facing a creature who haunts and terrorizes the town's residents. Fires, missing children, and destruction of the church have all caused great calamity. However, a lost medicine woman has been discovered in a wooded glen, and though rumors of her existence were always legend, her presence is a mystery. A young Sarah Woodlock holds the key to learning the medicine woman's knowledge. While Sarah has experienced much adversity and heartbreak, she wields a power greater than her own and leads her town to safety before the creature can cause more harm.

©2015 Raymond V. Depew (P)2016 Raymond V. Depew

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  • Lisarami
  • 24-02-2016

Another depressing let down.

What did you like best about Donbridge: The Witch of Tamarack Hill? What did you like least?

Nothing. It's like the first book.

Would you ever listen to anything by RD Vincent again?

No

What about J. Scott Bennett’s performance did you like?

He did a great job for such crappy material.

Could you see Donbridge: The Witch of Tamarack Hill being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

No

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  • tmegs88
  • 17-03-2016

Fun little series to listen to :)

I love that this book was structured in the same way as the last, with the grandmother telling the story to her grandsons. The actual story was like a prequel to the first book, but I think I liked this one better. There's a good amount of action in this book, which makes for an exciting "bite- sized" audiobook. I hope to get some more information about the grandmother telling the story and her life. Are there creatures, and strange things going on around her also? I enjoyed this audiobook, and I hope the next one is as fun as the first two.
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  • happyjo
  • 14-07-2017

Enjoyable story

The author has created an exciting story with interesting characters. I found one of the herbal cures to be something I might try if I get stung by a wasp.

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