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I have been caught p in this series for awhile now and enjoyed
Every Minute Of It minute of it the third book of the second trilogy each trilogy featuring a different couple but they are taking place almost at the same time and in the same world The characters both the major and the minor ones are interwoven between the stories I have read some reviews of these books from people who did not care for them but
they seem to very often just not be their kind of books This series is a romance but a they are seem to very often just not be their kind of books This series is a romance but a they are and chaste not torrid and earth shattering like so often found in romance novels these days In a way they are simple except that the stories are complex with many goods and evils running back and forth throughout So what is simple The slow developing predictable and yet beautiful romances between the two main characters I just liked being along for the ride and could not wait for a bit of time to pick the booksup again I loved the complex names that I mostly could not pronounce but they slid nicely across my mind In my mind s eye I could see the amazing Nine Kingdoms with magic gently flowing from fingertips and then often crashing through walls I suppose this all comes down to the fact I really enjoy this author s way of combining a clean romance with magic and fantasy In this book we follow once Sarah and Ruith on their est to find and destroy his father Gair s spells The mystery of who is the real enemy and how to stop him comes to a climax in this book and I will not do a spoiler here Again Miach enters into this story and I would be lying if I did not admit he is my favorite character in this series I will re read I am sure many times the first three books and the story of Miach and Morgan Ruith is Morgan s brother and long ago boyhood friend of Miach but he was for many years thought to have died along with his parents at the well where his father called forth the blackest of magic This was my favorite of the trilogy featuring Sarah and Ruith I thought the series was over when I finished this one but no there is one book out Dreamspinner It is the first of the next trilogy and the story of Runach brother to Morgan and Ruith I hope
are many I would like book about Weger a very niue character who is in all of these books This is a series I have very much enjoyed reading and after the next book I suppose I will have to wait It was nice to read them all together This book just wasn t Behind the Throne (Morgan Crowe Trilogy, up to the same standards as the rest of the series Problems were solved tooickly and easily to be realistic It was like Lynn Kurland lost the motivation and momentum to finish the series with the same gusto as the rest of the books I also didn t feel as attached to Ruith and Sarah and their plight as I did in previous booksThat being said it was still an entertaining story mostly because of the guest appearances and because I LOVED the other books in the seriesBut mostly I m left with a feeling of that s it What a boring ending2755 stars Okay so I really love Lynn Kurland s writingusually I had a hard time with this book Like a lot of people I read her books right when they come out So I have read tons of books in the meantime and had a really really hard time keeping track of who was who The beginning of the book really needs a map to help s keep track of where we are have been and going AND it wo. Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland's breathtaking Nine Kingdoms saga which follows the daughter of a dreamweaver and the son of a mage as they struggle to save the realm from a magic as dark as it is powerful Sarah of Doìre knows the pattern of spells is no accident With each page each powerful rune she and Ruith are being led somewhere to. Uld have been nice to have some sort of genealogy sheet at the beginning or end to remind s who is who like she has in her de Piaget MacLeod series I will have to re read the last two books and then maybe change my rating I haven t been impressed with the second Nine Kingdoms trilogy SO IT WAS NO SURPRISE I DIDN T CARE it was no surprise I didn t care the final book I got tired of things being blatantly stated and then two paragraphs later everyone is startled by the same revelation Or the never ending admiration for everyone s beauty Or the repeated doubts
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Of Overtly Stated Love Or The Fact overtly stated love Or the fact everyone is but no one wants to I was excited that Miach and Morgan showed Captivated by the Millionaire up but they weren t in it nearly long enough And I clearly wasn t following the plot properly as they were chasing spells on aest that they could only do alone A Mighty Big Wish until they decide eh okay you should helpsand then pick the only people they don t fully trust And the goal of gathering spells but only to destroy them as a complete setjust destroy them as you get them if they are so dangerous Morag s stint as a bad guy turned out as My Mother, a Serial Killer useless as the bad guy from the first trilogyyou hear about them second hand and the actual encounters a 5 June 2015 379 on Kindle35 Stars I think Full review to comeAnyestions you had from the first two books answered Fear not all the threads that were hanging are resolved The characters are as always charming and lovable Great scene highly anticipated near the beginning of the book that had me tearing The Italians Stolen Bride up a bitSome frustrations though Sarah s reluctance to accept and return Ruith s feelings and love got old fairlyickly in this book Her desire to keep him at half an arm s length was disappointing because it was less than Ruith and the Sarah I loved from the previous books deserved The ending also reminded me a bit of Return of the King by JRR Tolkien Gollum may yet have a part to play in this paraphrase though only very loosely Still it led it to be a bit anti climactic And then there s one plot point that s bugging me I can t really get into it because it s a huge spoiler but If someone who s read this wants to talk spoilers let me know I had never heard of Lynn Kurland ntil I came across the first book in the Nine Kingdoms series back in 2009 She writes historicaltime travel romance and that s not a genre I readThis is the last book in this trilogy and the sixth book in this series I really really wanted to love it The first three books Star of the Morning The Mage s Daughter and I m not going to lie I am a little disappointed in Gift of Magic This is the book that I have been waiting for This was the book that was going to make all the wait worthwhile This was going to be Ruith and Sarah s chance to shine But I don t think it is I think that in the world of the Nine Kingdoms Ruith and Sarah are destined to be shadows And for me from my place as captain of Team Ruith it is a little psettingSo we left Sarah and Ruith at a pretty good spot At the end of Spellweaver Ruith had admitted his feelings for Sarah made it clear he wanted to marry her and she had tentatively accepted But first they knew they would have to finish their Tikki Tikki Tembo uest The pages from Gair s book would need to be collected and then destroyed But Sarah and Ruith knew they needed to do this together Her sight and his magic were the only way that the. Someone but by whom she cannot tell Sarah's gift of sight only allows her to see the spells themselves not the person behind them A reluctant sorcerer still learning to trust his own magic Ruithneadh of Ceangail knows he's woefullynprepared for the adversaries they'll face But he and Sarah must collect and destroy his father Gair's spells soon Many mages seek their power and in the wrong hands. .
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Y would be able to complete their est and save the Nine Kingdoms from the threat of evilFor the full review please go to In one word this book was a disappointing finish to the story of Ruithneadh and Sarah in particular and the tale of the Nine Kingdoms is generalIt s not that the story wasn t well told It was The writing was truly beautiful and the world sprawled
Out Like Only Epic Fantasy Can And The Names Werelike only epic fantasy can and the names were It is a pet peeve of mine to read fantasy with names that sound fake it spoils the whole story Well the names of people and places in this series although npronounceable fit perfectly So it was good book It could easily have been a four or five star book but it ended p a three becauseit was just an anticlimax Really it was The whole epic culmination of the novel was just blah In addition the book had way too much repetition Since book four Ruith had been whining about his magic Oh look at me poor boy I am a powerful magician but my dad was evil Never mind that everyone else in my family tree is a wonderful noble incorruptible person and I aspire to be like them my dad was really evil so I ll be evil too Woe is me aspire to be like them my dad was really evil so I ll be evil too Woe is me is me That was Ruith from book 4 when he was introduced to the final 10% of this book when he realizes that he s nothing like his dad Duh And every 15 seconds we were being reminded that he spent time running around with Miach of Neroche being troublesome and stealing spells when they were 10 years old Every fifteen seconds It happened over 20 years ago and was repeated ad nauseum through the series even from Miach s section so that makes 6 books through which we ve been hearing this It became annoying after the 3rd mention in the first book And we also heard way too much about Miach This wasn t his book and he didn t have any substantial part to play i just didn t see the need to be reminded of him every few pages Sarah also just spent half the book whining about not having any magic even though she could dreamweave and going on and on about not being princess enough for Ruith even though her mom and dd came from distinguished royal families every fifteen seconds too ArghI think this might be the end of the Nine Kingdoms series in which case I m sad to part with a great cast of characters and a good epic story but this ending didn t do it s characters or the series much justice at all ETA No it s not the end of the series I hear tell Ms Kurland is working on a set of books for Runach So we ll see them again I was incredibly pleased that this was heaps better than the last two books in the series It totally captured my interest from start to finish and I couldn t be happier about it It was so interesting to finally see both groups merge together and meet each other it made for some ite interesting situations And then the chase for the spells and what finally awaited them at the end of the trail was just mind blowing It was kind of hinted at all along but I honestly didn t see how it could really happen The way it came about was believable though and I definitely can t wait to continue with this series and see where it goes from here 45 starsSlightly disappointed by this book I was expecting of Sarah s heritage as well as Ruith and Sarah s growing romance Although the book was captivating something was missingAND I totally knew view spoilerThoir hide spoiler. Gair's magic would plunge the Nine Kingdoms into an eternity of darkness But as they pursue the final spells acuiring strange companions welcome allies and Twos Company unexpected foes along the way Sarah and Ruith realize that their trueest has only just begun The real enemy is closer darker and power hungry than they ever imagined; and ntil he is defeated the fate of the Nine Kingdoms hangs in dire per. ,