Top positive review
As good a read as the first two!
on 11 April 2017
Another stunner from Julies. The book flows on from book 2 but follows another member of the Sevenwaters family. It took me a few pages to get my head around the 15 or so years gap but it works really well, concentrating from characters ostracised in book 1. The book keeps you wanting to read more. If you like fantasy, intrigue, likeable characters, a gripping underlying plot and to be drawn into Ireland during its earliest days when faeries, myths, magic and druids took the stage these books are for you. I'm hooked now and I'm not a youngster ☺