I look back and see many of these books and see an author focused and in their prime. Therefore when needed he is still conveniently available, in the twenty first century, to fight for the worlds! I didn't want to get out of my car, but just sit and listen to the story. By far one of the most romantic series ever written and one of my favorite re reads. I want to be entertained and happy when I finish or at least impressed as opposed to depressed. By far one of t Cian was the very first vampire I fell in love with and I still love him even now. I don't know whether I'm proud of you for slogging along and getting the 2nd one or if I want to call you a dodo.
Anyway thanks for the reviews and keep them coming, I am always interested to know what else is good out there besides the circle I may confine myself to. In the last days of high summer, with lightning striking blue in a black sky, the sorcerer stood on a high cliff overlooking the raging sea. The first book is about Hoyt and Jenna and basically sets up the rest of the story. This is not my usual genre when choosing a book s. It was unbelievable to me.
I am going to review another trilogy soon. The main trait Blair brings is that she is a demon vampire hunter. This was my first experience with Nora's paranormal series and I was hooked!. I've read this series more than 6 times and each time I come away debating if after 50 years of reading this is one of my favorites of all of Nora's books and of the handful I can say is one of my all time favorites. You know Roberts like no one else I know. Blair and Cain arrange extensive combat training and this is often put into practice.
Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. True test of great writing -- I hated for this trilogy to end. Glory in Death was received as a more complete and mature novel, fleshing out the future setting while retaining the elements of romance and suspense that made the previous novel successful. Roberts did a fine job of developing the characters, and her imagination throughout was fairly brilliant, I thought. Mortifying is what it is. The development of each of the members of the circle, their times and their worlds. In New York, we meet Cian in the vampire flesh, his right hand man, King, and Glenna, a modern day witch.
Some things just don't hold the appeal for me. . I think I'll go read again! If these books were a Hollywood production they would be a box office hit that could put even the most loved movies to shame. I've read this particular trilogy twice and still find new details I missed before. Appreciated the combination of vampire, creature, witch and heredity within the appocalyptic storyline. These books however, are some of the few.
A wizard, and vampire who are twin brothers from the 11th century are charged with a witch from 20th century New York City, and three others in a quest to save worlds plural from an ancient vampire queen who wants to turn human kind into one gigantic food source. Residing in the otherworld, Tír na nÓg, at various times she steps out and appears to the various proponents in visions from which she conducts this tale. I really liked Blue Dahlia series and some stand alone novels. Keep your eye open for these as I love comments and would like to know what you think. The Yarn As can be expected nowadays this trilogy contains many elements of other fantasy genres.
Having no formal training as a writer, and no tertiary education, she also never wrote for pleasure throughout school, though she has described herself as being a wonderful storyteller, and inventing stories and fabrications, some of which are still believed by her mother today. While not a huge fan of Nora Roberts I have to be impressed by the sheer volume of work she puts out, but most of it does not interest me. She is best know for publishing trilogies of romance thrillers, which, according to Nora Roberts herself, allows the work come together more completely, and enables a more fluid and accessible storyline. Rebecca, funnily enough my interest in these two areas has existed since birth, well almost! It's extremely easy to visualize what is happening to Hoyt, Cian, Larkin, Moira, Blair, and Glenna at any moment in the story. A wizard, and vampire who are twin brothers from the 11th century are charged with a witch from 20th century New York City, and three others in a quest to save worlds plural from an ancient vampire queen who wants to turn human kind into one gigantic food source.
Nora Roberts at her finest. I'm just glad Dance Of The Gods turned it around. Therefore Blair is the weapons master for the sextet of heroes. The characters are as diverse as the plot. I found her fantasy books by accident. I greatly enjoy Nora Roberts and don't know how I've missed reading the Circle Trilogy!! Nora Roberts at her finest. Nora Roberts makes you feel as if you are in the worlds that she writes about.
Belting out his grief into the storm, Hoyt Mac Cionaoith rails against the evil that has torn his twin brother from their family's embrace. The other four characters are also amazing with unique personalities and abilities. Some tears at the conclusion. I actually wanted to give the series a five star rating, but I am giving it 4. Yep, she threw in the kitchen sink here and I love it. Just enough romance without being too cloying sweet, and enough gore without being over the top. This follows a simple request from Glenna, asking him to drop off a tray of tea and cookies to Moira in the library.