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Years ago, after their blood brother ritual, Gage, Fox, and Caleb emerged from the woods, each with a piece of bloodstone. Now, it will become their weapon in the final fight against the demon they awakened. Winner take all....

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.

Listen to more in the Sign of Seven trilogy.
© 2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Though I love Nora Roberts style of writing I don't like the fact that three different people read her books. Hard to follow characters when I spend the first half of the book getting used to the readers voice for each character.

9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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  • Tracie
  • matteson, IL, USA
  • 12-01-08

Loved IT!

I have listened to the audio version of the two previous books in this series and couldn't wait for the final book to be released. As soon as I saw it listed here, I snagged it immediately. The conclusion was just as excellent as the first 2 books. I couldn't stop listening with "and then what happened next" type of anticipation. What a good story and characters! Oh, the reader was good also =)

17 of 19 people found this review helpful

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  • Heidi
  • CENTURION, South Africa
  • 12-19-09

FANTASIC

A must read, but PLEASE read Blood Brothers and The Hollow first! Not because you have to but because it just makes this book mean so much more!!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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The Pagan Stone

This last book of the series was beautiful. This was by far my favorite of the three... I hope to see another adventure for Cal, Fox, Gage - Quinn, Layla and Cybil... Loved it!!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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An overused storyline

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Those who read the first 2 and didn't mind an ending with no surprises.

What could Nora Roberts have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

She should have worked on a better ending, something that hadn't been done a thousand times before. I would have also liked a real connection between the 3 ladies and their burdens.

What three words best describe Dan John Miller’s performance?

Suitable, easy switch between female and male tones.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Pagan Stone?

Everything between Gage and Cybil. There was just nothing between them or from them to reader. I found the whole thing boring and if I had not invested time with the first 2 books I wouldn't have continued on to the end.

Any additional comments?

The pairing of men to women was rather silly and so predictable. I really wished they all could have remained friends with love blooming slowly and with great reluctance. Perhaps if they had changed attractions between couples between books and back again or one loving but the other not returning that love. I don't know, something that would make the whole couple thing more realistic.<br/><br/>I also wished Nora would have taken a page out of other horror talents. Ever notice how most successful books begin with children doing ordinary things? It is a trick authors to get the reader to recognize and accept the world being shown so when the scary stuff happens, the reader believes.<br/><br/>Nora started right but STOPPED right after the big bang. If she had taken the story to weeks after the first incident so that the reader would get into it and root for the boys and then jump to the first 7 years when it was starting all over again. THEN jump another 14 years, the reader would have been invested in the storyline.<br/><br/>Going back and "telling" what happened seems like it happened to someone other than the boys and the reader no longer has a vested interest.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • MARYANN
  • pearblossom, CA, United States
  • 03-17-10

good listen

great series. good to listen while driving
keeps you interested

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  • tina
  • elkton, MD, United States
  • 12-05-09

wow

final chapter just as great as the rest the reader is amazing

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  • Amy
  • Cadiz, KY, United States
  • 01-07-09

Enjoyable, though predictable.

This was a good book, though you could guess some of the story line. The conclusion was sort of lame considering the build up, but after listening to the other two in this series it is not to be missed.

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Great series

Another great series from Nora Roberts. I have heard all of them and want more!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Predictable, boring and over cheesy

I usually love all of Nora's books but I have to say this series was predictable, boring and over cheesy.

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  • Nadia
  • 04-12-09

The Pagon Stone

This is a fitting conclusion to Nora Robert's Sign Of Seven Trilogy. Both sides have taken their stance and are preparing for the final showdown. Like its predecessors, this book is gripping and easy to read and the characters come through strongly. If you enjoyed the other two books in the trilogy, then this one certainly won't disappoint.

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  • Catherine
  • 12-08-17

Awesome ending to a fantastic trilogy

Wow suspense, thrills, drama and love all riled into one. Again I was left sitting on the edge of my seat biting my nails. Amazing and unexpected finish. Loved it

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  • Dannielle
  • 09-24-17

Wow what a finale. Dramatic and emotional.

A dramatic and emotional end to a great trilogy. The performance was very well done too. I'm not big on sci-fi but this was great.