Now, nearly a century later, that heirloom, one of a priceless, long-separated set of three, has been snatched away from the Sullivans. And Malachi, Gideon, and Rebecca Sullivan are determined to recover their great-great-grandfather's treasure, reunite the Three Fates, and make their fortune.
The quest will take them from their home in Ireland to Helsinki, Prague, and New York and introduce them to a formidable female professor whose knowledge of Greek mythology will aid them in their quest; to a daring exotic dancer who sees the Fates as her chance at a new life; and to a seductive security expert who knows how to play high-tech cat-and-mouse. And it will pit them in a suspenseful fight against an ambitious woman who will stop at nothing to acquire the Fates.
©2004 Nora Roberts; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Story was engaging, intriguing and so Nora. The narrator had good character distinction but it was overshadowed by her stilted inflection and lack of emotion. It was difficult to focus at times and her lack of engagement mad the character less realistic.
Another wonderful, full length novel by Nora Roberts. Kept me rivited as I followed the Sullivan siblings stories.
An artistically woven story of a series of events that begins with historic tragedy, sacrifice, and redemption that then reaches into the present. The intricacies is the plot draw one into the lives of many fine and diverse characters. The pace carries the reader forward, yet one wishes the end of the book came much later. The narrator makes the characters come to life, and gives the reader more than one could expect. Excellent and unforgettable as all is brought together in a strong finale.
The story had a great storyline, characters, and dialogue! The narrator was fantastic!
loved her voice and how the narrator was able to change effortlessly from character to character
This was my first Nora Roberts novel and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I enjoyed the story and the narrator was delightfully entertaining.
I am about half way through the book, and am enjoying the story. It's not a literary great, but it is entertaining. The narrators voice, however, is really annoying. It's nasally and at times sounds like she is really struggling to get the words out of her throat. It is very distracting. I certainly will not buy another book that is narrated by her.
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