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Morrigan's Cross

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Standing on the cliffs of 12th century Ireland following the disappearance of his twin, Hoyt Mac Cionaoith is visited by the goddess Morrigan and is charged with the ultimate of tasks: saving his and all future worlds. His enemy, the beautiful but deadly vampire queen Lilith, has had over two thousand years experience in cruelly killing and changing humans into one of her own - including Hoyt's brother, Cian. Now, Hoyt, a sorcerer, must travel across the world and through time to find and train the five others Morrigan has prophesized will join him as a circle and do battle against Lilith's army of vampires on Samhain in the land of Geall. But just who is the witch, the shape-changer, the scholar, the warrior and the vampire? How will this unlikely band of six prepare and become one with less than three months until the possible end of the world? Following the arrival of Glenna Ward - a modern day witch with a knack for making her own kind of magic, the kind that makes his heart melt - Hoyt must find the strength to save the world, and a love that knows no bounds. First in a trilogy from the #1 New York Times bestselling author




  • I really dislike wasting my hard-earned cash by not completing a book, but there's just an abundance of amazing reads available that I'd rather invest my time in. I figured I'd give this one a shot since it was reasonably priced at $4.95, but unfortunately, the narrator is incredibly bothersome, overshadowing the story itself. I'm unable to progress beyond the halfway point, and to my dismay, the same narrator is used in the remaining two books of the series. It's quite a shame, really.
  • I've been an avid reader of Nora Roberts and have enjoyed her "In Death" J.D. Robb series, especially the audiobooks narrated by Susan Ericksen. Her narration truly brings the characters to life, and I always look forward to listening during my commute. When I came across the $4.95 deal, I decided to give "Morrigan's Cross" a try. However, after listening to about one and a half CDs, I couldn't bear to continue. Having finished my other books for the month, I was hoping for a good bargain, but unfortunately, this book fell short. Dick Hill's narration was incredibly dull and monotonous, making it impossible for me to stay engaged.
  • Nora Roberts always delivers. Each time I delve into her stories, I can't help but become enamored with her characters. I have to admit, I was a bit unsure about this one. It's the first time I've ventured into her realm of fantasy fiction, but I am completely hooked and can't wait to dive into the next installment in this captivating series.
  • This is hands down my favorite series by Nora Roberts! The story is absolutely captivating, with its battle between good and evil, and it has an enchanting and mysterious quality to it. I've read the entire printed series of "The Circle Trilogy" countless times, and I never get bored. In fact, I always feel eager and thrilled to dive back into it. This was my first time experiencing the story through an audiobook, and I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Listening to it brought a whole new dimension to the narrative. I can't wait to listen to the next book in the series. I want to give a big shoutout to Mr. Dick Hill for his fantastic job narrating the story. He really brought the characters to life. I really hope someone in the film industry takes notice of this series because it would make an incredible movie. I want to thank the service for including this series in their library. It makes me proud to have both the printed books and the audiobooks in my collection. Lastly, a huge thank you to Nora Roberts for crafting such an amazing story. It's truly a masterpiece. God bless!
  • This novel marked my introduction to Nora Roberts' works. While I don't believe it will be hailed as a timeless masterpiece in the future, I found myself genuinely enjoying it. In fact, I ended up acquiring all three books in the trilogy. I should confess that I tend to embrace stories without being overly critical, so I am more forgiving compared to others. However, I am not one to settle for just any plot; this book was actually quite decent. It captivated me, evoking both tears and laughter throughout my reading experience.
  • I made it through about 75 percent of Morrigan's Cross. I enjoyed the characters and the overall story, which kept me interested in continuing. However, I eventually gave up for a few reasons. In my opinion, there wasn't enough action and there was too much focus on the characters lamenting their losses and bickering, only to then lament their bickering. Additionally, reliance on "plot advancement by means of character stupidity" was overused. The narrator's fake Irish accent, paired with excessive dramatic pauses, didn't sit well with me. I also found it off-putting that he used the same whiny voice for female characters as George Guidall does, which sounds like the voice of a middle-aged person and didn't align with the young witch protagonist in her twenties.
  • I believe I've heard Dick Hill's narration before. It was really bothersome, and once again I realized the importance of listening before purchasing. I only managed to endure about 10 minutes before giving up. This makes it at least the fifth book that I couldn't get through. It's always wise to sample the book first.
  • I'm currently on my third listen of this book, but I must say I've struggled to get through the first half. I keep giving it another shot, but I really should have known better! The narrator's performance is just not up to par - half the characters blend together because of the author's lack of creativity when it comes to naming them. And don't even get me started on his portrayal of female voices; they're just whiny and irritating. Of course, not all the blame can be placed on the narrator. The material he had to work with lacked substance. It feels like every few pages, we're subjected to the same repetitive lines like "By the power of three, so mote it be." Seriously, it gets old fast! The characters lack depth, and the romance is painfully predictable. Save your money on this one, even if you find it on sale. Ms. Roberts has much better novels out there, trust me. Unfortunately, I doubt I'll be reading (or listening?!) to any more of them, as the memories of this one might taint anything with her name on the cover. Believe me, this review is actually quite lenient. Give it a try yourself and see... Make sure to have some anti-nausea medication handy!
  • I hated this book, this is the first book I've had to return after the first CD... I hated the accent and I can't believe it's a trilogy... I would not recommend it. Nora Roberts is one of my favorite authors and I have read and listened to EVERY one of her books and this one was BAD, BAD, BAD.
  • Book is pretty good. I thought it was too long, it could have been condensed into a much shorter book. There is a lot going on, and frankly, some of it is just ridiculous! I know it's fantasy, but, come on!!! But, over all, I enjoyed the book and am now listening to the second in the series.
  • This is a review of all 3 in the circle trilogy: Morrigan's Cross, Dance of the Gods, Valley of Silence. No spoilers here. As the review title indicates, I found the very first book in the series quite anticlimactic. Specifically, the final "conflict" in the book didn't rate to me as particularly epic or action -packed. However, I liked the premise and I'm a sucker for a good vampire story, so I decided to take the series in aggregate, and rate it as one piece. This makes it about 30 cds long, about the size of a Robert Jordan, or George R.R. Martin endeavor. This series is a Harlequin Romance with a vampire backdrop. It's much more about the relationships between the main characters than it is about establishing vampire lore, horror, suspense, or action. I can't recall a meaningful plot twist in the whole series, and I found everything that happened completely, totally predictable.