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The Mark of a Druid Paperback – October 22, 2008
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The Mark of a Druid delves into dream work and the question of reincarnation. I was drawn to the characters and cared what happened to them. I loved reading it and look forward to her next book.
These are all discussions that any book club or group of friends will have fun dissecting and debating as they manuveur from chapter to chapter.
Carpenter has truly left her "Mark" with this one, and the literary world is a better place because of it.
The book is filled with difficult to pronounce Gaelic names like Gormfhlaith. It would benefit from having a pronunciation guide in the back. I listened to sections of the audio book to help me with the names.
If I had the ability to assign stars for the editing of this book, I'd give it less than 1. There were enough typos and other errors in this book as to distract me from being immersed in the story. The person responsible for proofreading this edition should be fired.
This book is simply amazing. Ms. Carpenter has obviously spent months, if not years, researching the ancient Druid way of life. The scenes from the past are unbelievably realistic, as if you're right there watching and learning from them.
The story involves a group of people who are loosely connected through work. In their past lives, these people knew one another intimately. Through hypnosis and dreams, Eve and her friends and co-workers are able to relive events as the people they were long ago including: Druid leaders, shapeshifters, villains, and a queen who hated them and was (and still is) determined to see them all dead.
As if that isn't interesting enough, there are multiple suspenseful events in the past and present that seem related. Eve feels an uncanny connection to a man she has never met until they both realize they were wed in the past and vowed to love one another through every life until the end of time.
There is heartache among the Druids as the queen's plans ruin the lives of many good people. There is heartache in the present as Samantha, the queen's present-day persona, sets out to destroy those she has hated for centuries.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was not my favorite but not the worst time I've spent reading a book it was a sweet story,if a bit repetitive.Published 11 months ago by GrammyKat
Interesting plotline. Although the writing was sometimes flawed (Carpenter could have used a better editor), she was able to weave together a story that kept me intrigued. Read morePublished 18 months ago by EmmiRose
I would highly recommend this book to those that believe in reincarnation. It was an interesting read that showed the past from different perspective always coming to the present. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Milja Saldarriaga
Quite an entertaining story, easily followed yet gripping as it unfolded. I throughly enjoyed the tale. I'll look forward to the author's future books.Published 21 months ago by Marie Salers