His enemy, the beautiful but deadly vampire queen Lilith, has had over 2,000 years of experience in cruelly killing and changing humans into one of her own - including Hoyt's brother, Cian.
Now, Hoyt, a sorcerer, must travel across the world and through time to find and train the five others Morrigan has prophesized will join him as a circle and do battle against Lilith's army of vampires on Samhain in the land of Geall.
But just who is the witch, the shape-changer, the scholar, the warrior and the vampire? How will this unlikely band of six prepare and become one with less than three months until the possible end of the world?
Following the arrival of Glenna Ward - a modern day witch with a knack for making her own kind of magic, the kind that makes his heart melt - Hoyt must find the strength to save the world, and a love that knows no bounds.
©2006 Nora Roberts; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio
"This well-plotted, finely detailed paranormal adventure is driven by richly developed characters, making it a cut above others in this subgenre, and among Roberts's best." (Publishers Weekly)
A different narrator
Make the strong women characters sound wimpy, shallow and a mockery of women. His women's voice range is poor.
The men sound similar.
I wish I had listened to the reviews.
I had enjoyed the print books
I have listened to excellent narrators that evoke the feeling of the books. Male and female narrators
Mr Hill has a compelling voice but not for Nora Roberts book.
But then I have found very few Nora Roberts book well narrated.
had a very hard time getting past the voices. Blaire was the worst. she sounded like the cartoon mobster in the old bugs bunny cartoons.
very enjoyable! this series is one of my favorites by her. the story is fun and different. the narrator changes voices for the characters so you always know whom is speaking. This was great!
Sophomoric platitudes and an old voice for a young sorcerer put this listen at the bottom.
Morrigan's Cross is an excellent story all around. I read it previously and was correct in thinking that it would be a great audio book. It was better than I thought.
Please note, this is the first part of a trilogy.
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