Shared nightmares, visions of blood and fire, and random violence begin to plague the longtime friends and Quinn, Layla, and Cybil, the women bound to them by fate. None of them can ignore the fact that, this year, the demon has grown stronger - feeding off of the terror it creates. But now, the three pieces of the bloodstone have been fused back together. If only they could figure out how to use it.
A gambling man like Gage has no trouble betting on his crew to find a way. And though he and Cybil share the gift of seeing the future, that's all they share. Were they to take their flirtation to the next level, it would be on their own terms, not because fate decreed it. But Gage knows that a woman like Cybil - with her brains and strength and devastating beauty - can only bring him luck. Good or bad has yet to be determined - and could mean the difference between absolute destruction or an end to the nightmare for Hawkins Hollow.
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© 2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Blood Brothers - The Hollow - The Pagan Stone, each brings you closer to the characters, closer to the truth. You become invested in the outcome. From start to finish you're there's no disappointing. Nora is clever and creative. The stories are sexy and enthralling.
I have listened to this audio book several times...it's my go to book when I can't find anything else that interests me. love this trilogy. great story.
This final installment was my favorite. The narration was great (except Cal's voice) and the story is strong; I felt a lot of emotion with this book (the other two fell a little short, especially in the first book's narration). I recommend checking this on out if you've stuck it out this far. :)
This the final book in the series was good. The narrations was good but I really wished all 3 books would have been done by Phil Gigante. I would read them again. Good entertainment.
Can't sit still or stay focused long enough to read a book. Audible is the only way I will give myself the opportunity to enjoy fiction.
Phil Gigante should have narrated the whole series.
No. Im returning the book.
Did not enjoy the last 2 books with their narration
It was not the best or the worst. I liked this narrator better than either of the others. I wish they wouldn't change narrators if it was possible in a series. Its unpleasant.
The voice of the demon :) First audio books where they do "effects" with a voice to make it scary and it works!
His portrayal of the guys...he does a perfect lazy drawl with a bit of cocky which is perfect Gage...and he doesn't give layla that horrible lispy New York accent that book 1 had.
Yes but only because this narrator was better than the others. And I already read the books so this was my favorite of the 3....
Decent but I wouldn't waste a credit if I wouldn't have already started the series....much better books out there.
I loved the filling out of the characters of Sybil and Gage.
The dog attack is a shocker.
My favorite scene is Gage's near death and Sybil's reaction to it.
This set of books is one of my favorite. I have re-read them many times and now enjoy listening to them. The first and third are narrated by a man, who does the male voices very well and the female pretty good. The second is narrated by a woman and the opposite applies, of course. I particularly enjoy her Sybil voice. But they both do extremely well.
I know the Bible says the fight is not of flesh & bone but of the spiritual realm & we really don't see it but this was a bit out there. And as much as these characters used the name of Jesus--these demons should have scattered a thousand times. But I guess while they used the name Jesus they didn't use it in the correct spirit of IN the name of Jesus but in a cursing and in vain sort. Anyway--I was interested to see how the whole series ended even though I doubt that it all would add up in reality or in the spiritual realm. I'm glad I finished the series but don't really want to see these characters or storyline again. The narrator was good.
The series was written 1-2-3 but should have been written as a continual story line to it's conclusion. Because of this the transitions from book one to two to three were a bit choppy. For this book in particular the individuality based solution/conclusion was illogical; though an explanation was given in the story for this, it just didn't hold up for me.
Yes, but to tell would be giving a major emotional scene in the book away. I will say that there is a sense of conclusion to an open emotional issue that is resolved and though sad, I'm happy it was resolved.
Though the series had some issues for me, I did enjoy it and happy endings always make me smile - so a smile for the happy ending.
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