Light and Knowledge have succeeded in their quest, and two of the keys have been found. The final, and last, test goes to Zoe McCourt - Valor.
Zoe has the courage to raise her young son alone, and to face all the adversity life has thrown at them. But will she have the courage to face a foe determined to do anything to stop the third key from being found - even destroying everything and everyone she loves?
©2004 Nora Roberts; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
This trilogy was so great. I really am sad that it's over. I just wish she would write a fourth so we would see how it all worked out for the three couples and the ones from the other world.
I love this narrator. This is the best one of the three and I think the best written. It's fantasy and if you don't like fantasy maybe this is not the series for you.
out of all 3 books zoey and bradley with simon touches me the most she shows on this book what a mom can do for her child and a heart of a true hero/warrior the reader tells it perfectly
I am an avid reader who has decided to try audio books due to increasing migraines. I am not very good at reviews, but I will try.
This was my first audio book and I loved it! I have read the story before (my very first Nora Roberts book) and knew it would be a good choice to try for a first audio book. Susan Ericksen has an amazing voice. She is even better at voicing all the characters in this series. Between the wonderful story and the captivating narration, I couldn't stop listening!
This series is one of my favorites. I have recommend this series to all my reader friends.
The whole book. It makes the whole series come together perfectly. But the series has to be read in order. You can't start with the 2nd or 3rd book.
Zoe, Susan Ericksen is so talented, she has the greatest range, and she makes it all come alive.
This series is a MUST READ!
Love Nora's series books. The Key Series involves, three women discovering the key to self fulfillment, discovery and true love. It is amazing how Nora Roberts can find or create a myth or legend that can be so believable. She creates an earthly situation we fall into and an other worldly situation that becomes real.
Susan Ericksen is one of my favorite narrators, I especially love her with the J.D. Robb 'In Death' series. She creates subtle vocal differences in each character, her accents are consistent and true. Most times her character interp is exactly what I imagined and what I hope Nora intended.
The Key series is definitely worth a listen and a re-listen.
Camden Smith owns DREAMFly Marketing, a full service marketing firm located in Southwest Florida. She regularly reviews books and is an avid reader as well as audible client. Favorite books are mysterious romances or those stories about personal growth.
So if you've listened to #1 and #2 it has become obvious even to the characters who state that the keys can be found through "self discovery" for the fact that the first I don't know hour of the book the character doesn't understand her clue when it is clearly obvious I think was done just to fill pages not sure.
I usually love Nora Roberts but it's almost like this one was written to just say - ok there it is - it's done.
What she DID BETTER in this one than the others is she dragged out the ending so you really got to experience more of the ending with the character and it was more believable.
Overall I love the series and I would listen again but there is a lot of redundancy that those of you who have listened to the Inn Boonsboro series would not be used to. Her writing has improved.
Great though you won't be sorry it has all kinds of twists - you'll love it.
Roberts does not disappoint in this final installment of the trilogy. If you're credit-frugal, you could purchase books one and three only, without losing anything pertinent; however, if you are in the mood for a bit more "indulgence"...
Absolutely! The story reminds us all that sometimes we paint someone in the present with the experiences of someone from our past without giving them a chance. It has a strong plot with characters that have love, strength and commitment to each other and their cause.
Unsure if I can really compare to anything else I've read where I felt so involved.
The scene where Zoe gets the empowered sword from the King of the Gods, charges and slays the evil god.
It made me proud to have been part (that's how it feels) of a quests with gods where the humans tip the scales to win.
Intriguing, exciting and puzzling
The finding of the key...
the entire book brings the best on me
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