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The Circle Trilogy: Morrigan's Cross; Dance of the Gods; Valley of Silence Mass Market Paperback – Box set, December 5, 2006
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I finally decided to read Book 1 when I had nothing else to read. By the end of the first chapter, I was hooked.
I read all three books in 3 days. I just couldn't stop reading!
For anyone who doesn't want to buy this trilogy because they are "vampire books", don't let that stop you. The story isn't about vampires roaming the earth - it's about so much more. Friendship. Love. Courage. The ultimate fight between good and evil. Willing to sacrifice everything for the better good.
I found myself crying before the end of the third book, even though I knew it was "only a book".
I absolutely loved this series and was saddened when it ended. I wanted to know what happened next, which is something I've rarely felt in many years of reading.
And now I'm open to more books of this genre.
Cian, the vampire protagonist, is particularly finely drawn. His cold demeanor, his insistence that he does not share human traits with the other members of the Circle--all of these are there, but so are the moments when he acknowledges those human traits he can no longer deny. He battles so much in this book, and his story is engrossing. He becomes someone I felt I understood, which is exactly what I'd hoped would happen. He was not well-developed in the previous two books (note: that's as it should be, I think, as each book had a focus, and this book was the one that focused on Cian, whereas the other two focused on different characters), but here--oh, yes. He becomes much, much more.
Moira, the warrior queen, the one with whom he is matched up in this book, is equally engaging. Her spirit made me smile throughout, and her missteps reminded me that she is no perfect protagonist. Her human needs and compassion rule her at times, while at most others she is keenly focused on her duties, her obligations to her people, her role in the battle to come.
The "bad guys" are developed more, too, which gives this novel a nice balance. Wouldn't do to have the bad guys be one-dimensional, hey?Read more ›
You won't be disappointed.
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Better than TV Hollywood would ruin it. Fanticiess in the real. I love Nora . I m on to my next onePublished 4 days ago by Kindle Customer
This is another fabulous trilogy by nora roberts. One of those you just can't read fast enough. Highly recommend. Ready to start another one.Published 22 days ago by Zeet
Great story line. Full of twists, love, magic & darkness. This has a villan you love to hate. I highly recommend.Published 23 days ago by Lara Martinson
Endings are bittersweet. The story unfolds with drama and loss, magic and sorcery, and the inevitable war of good and evil.Published 24 days ago by Terry L. Israel
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