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After reading the first six books in this series and being uite sick of it since the fourth I ve elected to not continue with this series Why put myself through the pain when there s so many other great books waiting for me Dreamspinner is the seventh book of the Nine Kingdoms series and the first of the third trilogy I loved it I am totally into this fantasy world and the characters who inhabit it This is definitely romantic fantasy with lots and lots of magic Wonderful elves and fantasy with lots and lots of magic Wonderful elves and good and evil mages sprinkled with some mortals in minor roles The Nine Kingdoms are described so they are easy to see from the forests and mountains to the barren deserts Most of the characters are related in some distant way but as ou progress through the books they center on the surviving children of the evil mage Gair of Ceangail who released terrible evil from a well long ago That magic destroyed him and his family and For Years All Were Thought To Be Dead The First years all were thought to be dead The first is the story of his daughter who was a child and grew up not knowing who she was and the High Mage of Neroch Miach I have added Miach to my fairly small list of very favorite book heroes The second trilogy is about Gair s son Ruith and Sarah who has a gift of sight Which brings us to this book DreamspinnerOne other son survived the horror at the well and that was Runach who we have met in the previous books He is the one who suffered the most from his father s evil as his hands were terribly crippled from his mother s attempt to close the well and even worse his father stole all of his magic in an "Attempt To Gain Power Runach "to gain power Runach decided now that Miach has healed his hands to become a solder and live a life away from the comfort of his family When he encounters a waif of a girl pretending to be a boy he starts down a path that rather appears to have been laid out for him Aisling comes from a small kingdom where the people are poor and oppressed and she has spent her life as a weaver doing little but working and living in poverty Her apparently wealthy parents sold her into this slavery as a oung girl She escapes the kingdom after being given a uest by a peddler and believing she has a curse on herself As this story progressed I found myself again drawn into the lives of these mostly magical people and I liked this story better so far than the second trilogy Miach is in this one which added to it and I love he and Morgan who is now his wife together This author has created some characters I recognize and welcome as they come in and out of the story There are some ties I did not pick up on until late in the story between Asling and Sarah from the last book or rather ties from the relatively unknown kingdom they came from I may not have mentioned in my previous reviews of these books but there are magical horses that not only fly and shapeshift but New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland’s enthralling Nine Kingdoms saga brings together a weaver’s apprentice and the son of a mage both fighting to save the Nine Kingdoms from peril Aisling of Bruadair has lived a provincial life heedless of the evil creeping over her land That ordinary existence changes forever though when. ,
Hey communicate in a basic way with some of their riders There is "Uite A Bit Of "a bit of throughout these books as I said lots of magic Now I have to wait for the next book I ve lived in this world for way over a month now so will have to go on withdrawal I also should mention that I don t know if these are considered YA but the romance is clean and could be read by any age Formula seriously getting old now All lead male female characters interchangeable I would think some effort would be made so that all males1 Didn t tuck her hair behind her ear or brushbraid her hair2 Call her Love3 Hide his identitypower4 Sleep next to her holding her hand near fire5 Embrace her on horsedragonAnd all females1 Didn t have some mystery birthgenealogypower2 Hatedisbelieve magic3 Reuest everyone not to discuss magic or reveal identity or truths4 Get angry when they finally allow people to reveal then get ticked at what was not revealed earlier5 Both parents dead6 Refuse to fall in love with amazingly handsome wonderful man7 Have uests that morph sometimes seem to dissolve altogetherOk eah I m tired of the series I kind of want to know what Aisling can do or who she is but is it worth 2 books Lynn can write in an engaging manner for sure but all characters should not be basically the same person If The Defense (Eddie Flynn you are familiar with Lynn Kurlandou will understand this review If not don t read this book This is a series that will make very little sense if ou don t start with Star of Morning which in my opinion is the best 3 BOOKS OF THIS SERIES KURLAND IS A MASTER books of this series Kurland is a master teller and she is amazing at making the same story fun to read Unfortunately she doesn t have too many different story lines She adds different elements but the characters are all very similar and their stories are too I still love to read her books even tho it is the same story over and over So this book reminded me a lot of the first three books and the second three books And it didn t have a lot going on or much movement But my gosh I enjoyed reading it and couldn t put it down Very clean 16 and up Book 7 with a new coupleThe formula is getting staleWe rehash the events at the well where Gair unleashed his magic killing Sarait and injuring his childrenSo far we have read about two his progeny Morgahin and RuathNow we get the story of their older brother RuanachJust like with the last two series the hero hides his true identity from the heroineHeroine is naive really almost dumb and stupid naive and has a hidden magical powerI think I am giving up on this series Reading this book after The Alchemist of Souls and The Merchant of Dreams both by Anne Lyle was not one of my best ideas It s not that those books were particularly exceptional but they re a much much better read than this book I found this horribly dull and vague even duller than Shadowspell which wa. She is sent to the opposite end of the world to find a master swordsman If she fails her life and her country's safety will be forfeit She just never expected that swordsman to be a wounded elven prince masuerading as a simple soldier Powerless and scarred from a long ago conflict Rùnach of Ceangail has spent ears in obscurity ignoing. ,

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