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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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  • Rick
  • Trussville, AL, United States
  • 08-27-12

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Okay, okay, I guess I have to say to my family that they were right now, I hate eating crow. Different narator for this one, I don't care for the changes as you tend to get used to voice types and inflections when you listen. I know not a big deal for some, but when you are listening to a series it sort of interfers with the enjoyment and story flow.

This book I hate to say was the worst of the three, which is sad because it was the end. With the expected tie up of the last couple now completed you sort of wanted to move past that to the fight with the big nasty. Talk about a let down, Stephen King it isn't, lots of potential for the conflict and the good versus evil thing, but it seems as if Nora got bored and wanted to finish it in about a chapter.

I guess you need to listen to it to close the story, but I hate to say I think some will be disappointed like I was.

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yet another brilliant trilogy.

I loved it. Nora Roberts is brilliant as usually and I especially love how she brings a trilogy to life start to finish..

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Great read!!

excellent trilogy I sure wish they would have used the same narrator for all three stories though.

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great book

Loved the narrator. Great end to a fantastic trilogy. Nora Roberts is one of the best.

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Great book

Nora again loved this book, was not sure after I listen to the first of the book in the series but you came through this one was great

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Day of Reckoning

What did you love best about The Pagan Stone?

The series has built to this climactic moment.

After months of increasing paranormal activity, summer has finally arrived in Hawkins Hollow--which means that the Seven (7 days/nights of terror from an ancient demon) is almost upon them again. Having seen their friends pair off recently (Cal with Quinn, Fox with Layla), the remaining members of the demon-fighting squad (Gage Turner and Cybil Kinski) have vowed to keep their hands off each other. But that might be a lost cause, if the future-visions both have experienced are at all accurate. And if their hookup is inevitable, what does that say about Gage's vision of his own fate?

Who was your favorite character and why?

I like all of them.

What about Dan John Miller’s performance did you like?

It was fine, but as noted below, he was the 3rd narrator in this trilogy. I'd have preferred to have one consistent narrator for all the books.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It's a good book, but too long by far to listen to all at once.

Any additional comments?

A negative to this trilogy is that each book in it is narrated by a different reader (male, female, male, respectively). Little to no effort was made to keep the "sound" of each character's speech at all consistent from one reader to the next.

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awesome story

I absolutely loved this whole saga. The ending was just dramatic enough and the characters are very enjoyable.

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  • Breanna
  • Charleston, WV, United States
  • 01-11-17

Great book

i loved this book , wouldnt put it down till i finished it, cant wait for more of her great books.

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Rerun by Nora

I love Nora Roberts books. I was disappointed in this 3 book series because it was so similar in theme, character. outcome of good vs evil.
In both books they have black magic that is good or bad depending on who is using it. I know Nora can come up with more instead of rerunning the same. I hate to waste money on that.

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  • Jonie
  • California
  • 03-24-16

GREAT

I read all three keep writing trilogies Enjoy all of Nora Roberts books keep writing them