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by Nora Roberts

eBook Morrigan's Cross epub
  • ISBN: 0749957506
  • Author: Nora Roberts
  • Genre: Romance
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books (January 1, 2012)
  • ePUB size: 1121 kb
  • FB2 size 1411 kb
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Morrigan's Cross, . Part of Circle series by Nora Roberts. His name was Hoyt, and his family the Mac Cionaoith, who were said to be descended from Morrigan, faerie queen and goddess.

Morrigan's Cross, . His power was great, but still young as he was young. He wielded it now with a passion that gave no room to caution, to duty, to light.

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Morrigan's Cross has it all. I loved the setting, different time periods, plot, and most of all, the characters. Hoyt & Cian are brothers - one a sorcerer & one a vampire - together again after centuries apart. They gather a circle of six special members to face the battle of a lifetime, with little chance of winning.

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Nora Roberts is the number one New York Times bestseller of more than 200 novels.

Nora Roberts is the number one New York Times bestseller of more than 200 novels. With over 400 million copies of her books in print, she is indisputably one of the most celebrated and popular writers in the world. She has achieved numerous top five bestsellers in the UK, including number one for Savour the Moment, and is a Sunday Times hardback bestseller writing as J. D. Robb.

About Morrigan’s Cross. New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts’ Circle Trilogy begins with an epic tale that breaks down the boundaries between reality and the otherworldly, while forging together the passions of the men and women caught in a battle for the fate of humanit. n the last days of high summer, with lightning striking blue in a black sky, the sorcerer stood on a high cliff overlooking the raging sea.

New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts' Circle Trilogy begins with an epic tale that breaks down the boundaries between reality and the otherworldly, while forging together the passions of the men and women caught in a battle for the fate of humanity In the last days of high summer, with lightning striking blue in a black sky, the sorcerer stood on.

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Saberblade
One of Nora Roberts best ventures into paranormal...vampires, witches, sorcerers, warriors...Morrigan's Cross has it all. I loved the setting, different time periods, plot, and most of all, the characters. Hoyt & Cian are brothers - one a sorcerer & one a vampire - together again after centuries apart. They gather a circle of six special members to face the battle of a lifetime, with little chance of winning. This book delivers intrigue, suspense, romance, love, and hope and does it beautifully. While the ending is satisfying, you will have to read all 3 books to get answers to all the questions & scenarios in Morrigan's Cross. This is book 1 of a trilogy.
Bladebringer
I really liked this entire trilogy. I have just been "introduced" to Nora Roberts' books by a friend who loaned me a different novel. After reading it, I looked into more of her books and came upon this trilogy (and promptly bought all 3 books). It was a good, quick read that was well written but not overly in-depth. I typically enjoy fantasy books, like George RR Martin, Tolkein, Robert Jordan, etc. So this was a bit simpler, to be honest, but a nice read to relax after a day of work or errands.
RUsich155
When I started reading this book I was surprised about the subject. I wasn't sure if I should continue to read it. The story of vampires was not my usual stories. But after I read for a while I got interested - a witch, a sorcerer, a shape shifter, a queen, a warrior, and a nice vampirer, and different worlds. And I was sad when the book ended. So now on to the second book of circle trilogy. Please forgive my spelling.
Zepavitta
I have read Nora Roberts books for years and got used to her romantic novels. So while on vacation in Mexico and having finished all the books that I bought, I wondered to a local shop that had some American paperbacks. I picked up the "Dance of the God's" because I knew her name, not realizing that it was book 2 of a trilogy. Expecting the usual romance from Roberts, I was shocked to find myself in the middle of a magical and brutal war between humans and vampires. I read the "Dance" probably in 1-2 days and couldn't wait to get my hands on the 1st and 3rd books which proved to be just as good.

I sooooo wish there was a movie made from these books because I could see it all in my head. The time travel, the magic, the love, the great battles. I'm surprised that no studios picked it up as the next big trilogy to produce. It begs for it and has the substance to back it up.

Love Nora's writing style and how she really dives into the ancient rituals and mythology of old Ireland. She also ensures that the reader gets a good understanding of how each of the character's talents are valuable, despite their varying backgrounds and fears. I could see the movie in my mind while reading her books which is a true sign of a good author. I really wish that I had a production company to put this trilogy into theaters. I think it would beat Lord of the Rings!!!
Mala
While I am not a Nora Roberts fan, nor a romance fan, I was intrigued by the plot line outlined for this trilogy, so I bought it. So far, after reading the first book, I am not disappointed that I did so. Sure, there are a few points that are bothersome: for instance, Hoyt - a sorcerer from 12th century Ireland - is brought through time to present-day New York City and somehow has absolutely NO communication problems. Same with Moira and Larkin, who are brought from another dimension. The "circle" is brought together too easily, overall - I can see where the author probably wanted to get on to the meat of the plot and not be bothered with any problems with bringing the characters together, but working out a more complicated series of events to bring the characters together would not only have been more realistic, but also would have made the rapid "bonding" of the characters more realistic. Finally, Morrigan - who is the Celtic Goddess of War, Death and Childbirth - is in this book depicted as the goddess of war and queen of faeries.

However, despite all that, I did find myself enjoying the story. Although the characters are a bit flat, I could tell as the story progressed that they were rounding out and I hold out hope that in the remaining books they will develop more fully. The plot idea, as I said, is quite intriguing and I am quite enjoying the idea of an elite circle of six people - the witch, the sorcerer, the scholar, the warrior, the one of many shapes and the one who was lost - being brought together to try to save all the worlds from Lilith, an ancient vampire queen, who has been building her vampire army in secret for centuries and now is planning to make a bid to take over all the worlds. Although occasionally getting carried away with it, Nora Roberts has a fine gift for detailed descriptions that helps to create a vivid picture in the mind of what she is describing - the opening scene with Hoyt standing on a cliff with a thunder-storm pounding around him is just amazing, for instance.

So, I would recommend this book definitely for people who enjoy Nora Roberts and paranormal romances. For those who are fans of vampire novels with a romantic setting ... well, most of the vampires in this book are portrayed as pretty evil, so you may not like it too much. Anyone looking for accurate portrayals of Celtic/Druidic teachings or witchcraft or magical powers ... well, again, the Morrigan is portrayed as queen of the faeries and if you know anything about Her, you will understand why that is just SO very wrong. But, overall, I would recommend this book to those who enjoy books of this ilk, and I am enjoying it myself.
Erienan
I am a big fan of Nora Roberts work even though I know she uses a predictable format, one she has used in most of her trilogies. You know what you are getting when you buy the set. It is usually about six people finding some type of adventure and love along the way. They are easy reads and keep you entertained and interested until the happy ending. I am an avid reader and enjoy many different types of books so I enjoy adding her books into the mix.
Captain America
I love a good read, one that grabs you from the get go. Can't wait to turn the page, chapter after chapter. The characters Come alive and you become a part if the story. I'm going to force myself up to go complete my chores for the day. I already have the next book ready to read. Book 2 of the trilogy.
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