I love the way the characters came life for me the story itself is fantastic, but to listen to the emotion added to it is great. Nora Roberts is a great author and has away of brining a story and characters to life.
The death of one character and the showing of emotion of another and how deep it really goes. You'll have read it or listen to it to know who I mean.
In the beginning when he calls the storm and lighting it's a fantastic imagery.
Look to second answer.
It is a must read or listen to also you have two others 'The Dance of The Gods' and 'The Vally of Silence'
While I truly enjoy Nora Robert's stories, I do not enjoy this type of theme. Nora Roberts writes very captivating stories and this is just one that I did not enjoy.
I am sure that others will enjoy this book, just not my style.
I am sure.
As I said, Nora Roberts writes very captivating stories, this was just not my type. I will continue to listen to stories she has written, just not this type.
I listen everyday to a story, I truly enjoy audible.
If this is just the first book, boy am I in for a treat! This was the most amazing book yet! It is a story that goes beyond romance, it is a STORY! One that you can see, hear and feel. Nora should write more like this! Cannot wait to listen to book two!
Mother of teenaged bear, Wife to chaos, Warrior
This book was different it pitted so many different characters each one having his own personality and reasons for fighting in this battle.
Larkin he made me laugh
I liked this book. I liked the different characters and the story. It wasn't the same as every other vampire, witch, sorcerer book I've read. It transcended worlds with strong and weak characters each bringing out personalities of their own.
This is book one of the trilogy and, while Nora's talent makes it hard to choose a favorite,this series is one of her very best. I must really like the series because I've read it once and listened to it twice. (Other fav series written by Roberts: Three Sisters, Irish Jewels, Key, Chesapeake, and In The Garden). I always cry at the end as the last book is wrapping up and to me that is the sign of a great book. Takes me awhile to get over missing the characters. Well written and excellently narrated, you can immerse yourself in the story. I HIGHLY recommend spending your credits on this series.
The detail given to the story and how you can connect with each character. I like more than just a surface story. This delivers.
Too many too choose just one
I was truly disappointed when it ended. A great story that brought an interesting blend of characters together. The narration was good, although there were times when I became confused as to whom was speaking due to overlap of accents and speaking styles. I would definitely get the next book in this series!
He did an overall good job with the mens voices. The females weren't bad, except for Blairs. Blair was supposed to have a Boston accent but I kept expecting her to say "don't cha know" at the end of everything she said. Her voice came across as someone from Minnesota.
Not at first. I was skeptical about listening to this book to begin with because it has to do with vampires, witches, sorcerers and so forth. I'm not into that type of book and after reading the Three Sisters Island Trilogy, my mind was set that I wouldn't like it. This book overall wasn't horrible. It took me a while to get in to. I started in some months back and stopped when I finished chapter 1. I listened/read a few other books before deciding to finish what I started.
This trilogy was more than I ever expected. Most of the time I love to reading Nora Roberts for her love stories and such. This story seemed so different from what I usually expect from her, however, I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. Most of the time I read books completely different from my older daughter. Of course being a teenage and all, she is totally into books on vampires. This is one series I believe I could pass onto her and she would enjoy it as much as I did.
Every other weekend I have a 7 hour round trip commute. Having this series made me look forward to the long road trip instead of dreading it. Have to thank both Nora Roberts as well as narrator Dick Hill for making that possible!!
Yes. I actually read the print version of Morrigan's Cross and listened to the other two in the series. I liked Dick Hill's portrayal of the characters so much I downloaded Morrigan's Cross just to hear him tell it.
I've listened to this entire series and currently those are the only Dick Hill performances I have listened to. I plan on listening to more of his work.