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The dark and twisted community of Woodsend harbors a terrible secret - one tracing back to the age of the Elizabethan witch hunts, when many innocent women were persecuted and hanged.

But there is a far deeper vein of horror running through this village; an evil that, once invoked, has no intention of relinquishing its grip on the modern world. Rather, it watches and waits with a focused intelligence, leaving ward sister Becky and police officer Toby constantly checking over their shoulders and jumping at shadows.

Just who invited in this malevolent presence? And is the demonic woman who possessed Magda back in the 16th century the same one now gazing at Becky whenever she looks in the mirror?

You may need to sleep with the lights on after listening to this...Are you ready to meet Magda in this final installment to the trilogy? Are you sure?

©2016 Sarah England (P)2017 Tantor

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  • jksullycats
  • 2017-01-25

The worst thing is that it is over

Awesome series. I enjoyed each book very much. They tied together so well and the characters were amazing. A totally unique experience.

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  • Ann Adel
  • 2017-08-25

Wonderful End to a Great Trilogy

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes, so spooky and fun! I'd recommend this trilogy for a great Oct. read!

What does Henrietta Meire bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Henrietta Meire is spectacular in all her books!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2017-07-12

Chillingly and hauntingly good!

This story kept me on the edge of my seat. I never listened to it at night, only during the day!

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  • Radkaty
  • 2017-05-07

Great final book to this disturbing trilogy

This book tied things up well to end the series coherently and answer the lingering questions left
from book 2. Although I love detailed character and scene development, I really like Sarah Englands style of briefly describing incidents like exorcisms, and the trauma of Ruby and Alice, she gives you enough detail that you can picture/imagine the rest. The end is like that too, really liked the way she closed the series. Having left it open enough to carry on the story, I hope she will start another trilogy, perhaps about Molly...

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  • Jeffrey veals
  • 2019-04-20

It's Over...

'Madga' continues the story of Ruby, the young woman with dissociative identity disorder and the gift of extreme clairvoyance, two of her nurses, Noel and Becky, and Toby, the local police officer that helped with the issues in Tanner's Dell about a year prior. With everyone thinking the worst is over, no one can explain why most involved are still having nightmares, seeing things and how Ida, the woman who supposedly raised Ruby and her sister after their real mother died, mysteriously disappeared as all of the other members of the Satanic cult were arrested. With Ruby learning her gift with the help of Celeste, she begins to be shown the culprit and how the story of these characters will end, but the danger will always be out there..."Tell Becky about Lilith...and be careful of mirrors..." She also must find a way to speak to her daughter, Alice, because she knows how much trouble she's still in, so she must do everything she can while locked up in an asylum.

Although I found the third installment to be less frightening and entertaining as the other two, I do agree with another review I read that said, "The Worst Part About This Book is that It's Over." I completely agree and am so sad that I'm having to drift away from Ruby, Becky and Toby. The characters were so well-drawn and the writing was impeccable. I absolutely love Ms. England's trilogy and can confidently say that it is the scariest thing I've ever read. It doesn't matter if we are talking about a standalone or a series--these three books told a story that was chilling and intriguing. This was a wonderful "end" to the trilogy and I can't wait to read more by Sarah England!

I gave 'Father of Lies' and 'Tanner's Dell' 5 Stars on the Goodreads scale and Book 1 an A and Book 2 an A+ in my own person scoring. 'Magda,' although incredibly well-written and scary, will get an A-. I can't put my finger on it exactly, but it just doesn't deserve the same ratings as the other two. As far as Ms. Meire, I'm going to give her another A, because she is definitely a talent when it comes to these specific English accents; they aren't necessarily the traditional posh accent or cockney. She definitely brought these characters to life for me.

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  • mr
  • 2018-10-30

Can't get past the accents

The appallingly delivered broad 'northern' accents of most main characters are distractingly bad. Creates the wrong kind of tension.

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  • Ruby Fitzgerald
  • 2017-09-05

Loved the entire trilogy!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes

Who was your favorite character and why?

All the characters were believable and sympathetic

Any additional comments?

I can't wait to read more from this author!

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  • Amber Prosnick
  • 2017-03-16

Fantastic!

Love the narrator she brings the story to life. I wish there wee more I'm not ready to say goodbye to these characters.