The Malory Price Life Plan does not include a quixotic quest - but the strangers on Warrior's Peak claim that she must find a key that will release three souls held captive by an evil god.
Little does she know that the quest will bring her two new friends: the love of her life - and danger beyond anyone's imagination.
Unlock the rest of Nora Roberts' Key Trilogy.
©2004 Nora Roberts; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I have a rather eclectic love of books. I know what I like and I tend not to be a severe critic. If I enjoyed it, it gets 4 or 5 stars.
After the first few chapters I thought I was done. I didn't like it at all. But, because of all the positive reviews and the fact that I like her other work, I decided to try a couple of more chapters. I really got into it and the story turned out to be really good. I think what I didn't like about the book was the narrator...there was something about the way she was reading that bothered me. I bought the next book today - so, it did eventually draw me in - I still am not crazy about the narrator though.
Great story and a wonderful ending.
Mallory since she grew so much.
The last but I can't tell since it would give away the book.
I got this book on the 4.95 page and it was one of the best books I have read ever. The narrator was awesome too. I could not stop listening. When the book ended I paid full price for Part 2 Key of Knowledge, and now I just finished that one and am on to Part 3 Key of Valor. The book made me feel like I was in the book. I cant wait to get started on Part 3. I know I will be so upset when it's over. This is a must read!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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This trilogy is awesome. I am not a romancy girl but these stories had mystery excitement and a perfect touch of magic and fantasy. Yea yea the romance was ok too. I got sucked into the characters quite quickly and pretty much listened back to back. Really couldn't put them down, in the car, in the kitchen, getting ready for bed, nonstop. Good stuff.
This can not be a book by Nora Robert's, it is the most boring, stupid, and no sense book I have ever listened to. Don't even get it if it's free. I just deleted it after a few chapter's and then just skipped thru a few more chapters and it was still the most stupid book I can think of.
The story is about three women that come together and each is chosen to find a key which when all found, will relase the soals of three daughters of a God and human. The first book is all about the first key. Certainly not the most imaginative or complicated path to discovery of the key is discussed in this book!!!!The story is ok and that's all.
Book 1 was so juvenile and predictable that I did not even finish it and, though I had purchased books 2 and 3 in good faith as a Nora fan, I did not start either of them. I would not recommend this trilogy. . .
Yes, but I will preview much more carefully what it is that I am purchasing.
I was too disappointed the recognize them if they were there.
Good book - but please .... the accent used by the narrator is some sort of hybrid Celtic, but Welsh it is not!
I've been avid about audiobooks since my mom put a big ol' vinyl "Peter and the Wolf" on the record player, so this website is ambrosia.
I very much enjoy the characters in this trilogy, and have listened to them every fall for the past 3-4 years. I am new to Audible and this purchase on sale was a no-brainer for me.
I really like Susan Ericksen's narration of these books; I enjoy the accents she can bring to characters, and if you love Roarke in the Eve Dallas books you will want to listen to the Key Trilogy to hear more characters with an Irish accent.
If you love Nora Roberts, she does an especially nice job with the secondary characters in this series - coworkers, library patrons, former bosses, etc.
I have never been disappointed by Nora Roberts. Although this book is different from any other, it keeps you interested throughout.
Rowena because she is mysterious, gentle, and kind. Doesn't wear her heart on her sleeve, though. One must listen to hear her moments.
Yes. Her knack of being able to help you separate the characters and feel the emotions is uncanny.
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