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- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 29 Oct. 2013
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EKOA2T6
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Dark Witch: The Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy, Book 1 Audio Download – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
The story dragged interminably and would have been much better with all three stories in one book the plot would have at least had some pace to it. This penchant Nora has for trilogies is all well and good when there is a fresh plot and interesting twists, e.g. The Boonsboro Trilogy, but at £6.99 a shot I at least expect something new for my money.
I have been a long-time fan of Nora's books and those under her pseudonym J D Robb and have over 100 of her books lining my bookshelves or on my Kindle so I feel that I can speak with some authority in saying this book is a definite miss.
P.S if you are new to her then please read the 3 Sisters Trilogy it's one of her best series :0) x
To say I am disappointed in this book is putting it mildly! Its the only book I have ever read of hers, that I wanted to 'hurry up and end' She has used this formula so many times before ie Sign of the Seven...Three Sisters trilogies and I felt this one was a mash up of everything that has gone before (in fact I went back into the book to see if it was a re-write!)
I think because she is one of our most popular writers, she is under pressure to produce more books more frequently.
Sorry Nora, I would rather wait longer and relish a damn good book than ever be disappointed in anything you write.
I don't think I could recommend this book to anyone (whether they are new to Nora..or like me ..an avid reader of her books
If you like nora you'll like this but there's nothing new here.
Really bored by the Boonsborough books and this book is an utter rehash.
Plus silly mistakes - potatoes for tea in medieval times! Just careless.
Time to retire?
Iona is sunny and bright in personality and having discovered that she is an ancestor of the 13C Dark Witch, which she hears about from her Irish grandmother, and realising that she has magick gifts, she goes to Ireland to meet her two cousins who have already been practising magick for years. The Dark Witch had three children and now that the three cousins are together, the dark sorcerer who wanted Sorcha, the Dark Witch's power, rises again.
Like the Three Sisters trilogy there is a 4th with power. Finn, the friend of the others, and like the Three Sisters there is s problem stopping Finn and Breanna, one of the cousins, coming together even though they love each other. Here, the problem, which I don't intend to divulge, is quite a clever twist.
It's an enjoyable read, even though she is resurrecting old story lines. However, she has done that before with some of her other trilogies e.g. The Pagan Stone trilogy is very similar to The Key of Knowledge trilogy.
NR has also made an historical bloomer in Chapter 1. Potatoes were not introduced into Europe from the Americas until approximately 16C. So Sorcha and her children would not be eating them in Ireland in 13C.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved this book and struggled to put it down! A great mix of humour, romance, relationships, witchcraft and adventure. Desperate to read books 2 and 3!Published 2 days ago by Ms. D. Harrison
Lighthearted, easy to read but once you start you can't put the book downPublished 3 days ago by Margaret
Excellent book, really enjoyed the read, very believable have already bought the next in the series.Published 6 days ago by Lily M
It may be a very good book but this book not for me, one of the very few books that I actually give up on.Published 6 days ago by Lotty
Great story leaves you wanting to read the next in the TrilogyPublished 6 days ago by Mra Myra Cannings