Book Review: Lynn Kurland’s Gift of Magic Her gift of sight only allows her to see the spells themselves, not the person behind them. Buy a cheap copy of Gift of Magic book by Lynn Kurland. Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland’s breathtaking. Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland’s breathtaking Nine Kingdoms saga, which follows the daughter.

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Both completed trilogies of the Nine Kingdoms series end on a high note, and leave readers completely satisfied with the outcome…but it is the third trilogy that we see a beloved secondary character step into the spotlight. Dec 10, Kristen Robison rated it liked it.

There is nothing I enjoy reading more, than a wholly original, character driven work of fantasy. Despite having never been shown kindness, warmth, or tenderness—our heroine has a compassionate, fiercely honorable, and selflessly giving nature.

Ruith pulled himself back to the present, then smiled briefly. Jul 02, Lisa rated it it was ok Shelves: Ms Kurland direct her character like the Maestro she is. Wow you must have really liked this series Miranda with all that you written about it. Sarah had always been childish and unreasonable and Kurlanv seemed to be a bit dim at times but here both she and Ruith were acting plain stupid.

She unleashed the light inside her and stopped him. Their quest is to find each individual page and when they have the entire book then to destroy it. Ruith pulled himself back to the present, then smiled briefly. Jan 03, The Window Seat rated it really liked it. I think that the only one who died at the well was Ruith’s mother.


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Their relationship is meaningful and sweet because it is very realistic and the devotion between them is very touching.

The other spell had been nothing more than a thin blue line laid across the threshold. Very painterly with a fairy tale feel in the elaborate castle nestled into the mountains in the background, and Ruith clad for travel, taking a very unbalanced step from behind a gigantic maple tree, his sword held upright, and a look of concentration on his face.

It could easily have been a four or five star book, but it ended up a three because The story goes from a gentle watercolor to a vibrant intense oil. Magic and all its incarnations should be sent briskly along to hell. People often ask me why I choose to write romance. Open Preview See a Problem? The second trilogy however was a big letdown – even though I tend to be quite forgiving when it comes to books.

I can not wait to see who the third trilogy is about. Other reviews say there will be a third trilogy.

Lord Cuirmear of Taigh Hall is pleased to lgnn Morag. Purchase only authorized editions. So, to sum up, those who felt the showdown at the end of Princess of the Sword was anti-climatic will feel far more disappointed on this one.

But mostly I’m left with a feeling of He continued to fight off an alarming number of increasingly powerful spells until he realized that at some point during the past few moments, he had crossed the line from scarcely managing things to being completely overwhelmed. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. And for me, from my place as captain of Team Ruith, it mafic a little upsetting.


I love this series.

This book just wasn’t up to the same standards as the rest of the series. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.

Gift of Magic (A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms): Lynn Kurland: : Books

But as they pursue the final spells — acquiring strange companions, welcome allies, and unexpected foes along the way — Sarah and Ruith realize that their true quest has only just begun. Of course I had actually considered doing just that, though I was much more interested in several things going on elsewhere, things I thought merited my attention.

The ending also reminded me a bit of Return of the King by J. He began to wonder, after a bit, why it was that he recognized not so much what Miach was sending his way, but how he was arranging the battle.

Or the repeated doubts of overtly stated love. Dec 25, Lynn rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The beginning of the story felt like a repeat of the first trilogy about Miach and Morgan.