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Sort order. Apr 19, Katie rated it it was amazing. Oh my Gosh!!! One of the best series I've ever read. Love love LOVE these books!! My husband was in Iraq when I started this book, and I told him, "honey, I read this book and I know you'll love it. It's got vampires and witches and princesses and war and sex and everything else you can imagine. My set of books made it through 4 people!
Excellent books, I recommend to all! View 2 comments. Mar 22, Amanda rated it did not like it Shelves: I found this book on my bookshelf the other day and couldn't believe that I had ever downloadd a Nora Roberts book. A quick look at the back cover held part of the explanation: The goddess Morrigan rises up to stop her--and with her, a circle of six.
As I was reading, the other part of the explanation became evident when the receipt from Sam's Club fell out. I apparently only shelled out a couple of bucks for this when I bought it. I like to think that, if I had paid more, I would have investigated a little further as to what exactly I had in my hot little clutches.
Oh, sweet irony, I've managed to book rape myself. I'm all for a little mindless brain candy; after all, I willingly admit to enjoying Sookie Stackhouse novels. The problem with this is that Roberts has thrown in every fantasy stereotype and stock plot available to her.
We have time travel, we have locales that lend themselves to fantasy Ireland--both 12th century and modern day--and New York , vampires and wizards, unspeakable evil versus unbelievable good, alternate worlds, a final battle pre-ordained by the gods, and the list goes on and on and on.
And so do Roberts' descriptions. Never, not once, did I have to wonder about what the quilt on the bed looked like or the glass from which a character drank. Her color descriptions read like paint swatches from Sherwin Williams. For all this excitement, the plot basically boils down to the following repetitious cycle: This is, apparently, all that's required to stave off the apocalypse.
And who has instigated this apocalypse? Lilith, the world's oldest and most powerful vampire. However, her motivation for this apocalypse is standard issue power-hunger with only nebulous explanation as to what she actually plans to do with the world once she has it. She spends her days skulking around the caves off the coast of Ireland, wearing sumptuous clothes oh, except, for when she's lying around bare-breasted in bed while preening, whining, and bitching about how, damn it, she can't see her beautiful self in the mirror.
And Morrigan? She just pops in every now and then like a good-natured fairy godmother wanting to check on the fate of our heroes. Will I be able to resist reading the rest of the books in the series?
That would be a hell yes. Now please excuse me while I trot on over to Swaptree to hopefully swap this piece o' trash. Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder View all 14 comments. Mar 31, Kat Hooper rated it did not like it Shelves: Robb , as you probably know, is a prolific award-winning and best-selling author of romance novels.
Not being a romance novel reader, I had never before read any of her work. But, when I found that I could read her fantasy trilogy The Circle on audiobook, I decided to give it a try. First, let me say that authors don't get to be award-winning best-sellers for writing poorly, so I'm perfectly willing to believe that Nora Roberts is an excellent romance writer and, if I ever decide to read a romance novel, I won't hesitate to pick up one of her books.
However, I couldn't help but get the impression from Morrigan's Cross, the first book in her Circle trilogy, that Nora Roberts is a romance writer trying to attract fantasy readers. And this is what came out: A handsome shape-changer who might have been interesting in another novel With a cast like that, it sounds like there would be, at least, plenty of action Not so.
Vampires occasionally and suddenly appear out of nowhere, scrap a bit, and retreat.
But most of the plot of Morrigan's Cross is focused on the relationship between Hoyt and Glenna who suddenly decide that, after knowing each other for about two weeks, they "complete" each other and must be married.
They spend most of their time making the lights surge while they're in bed, and arguing a lot about how Hoyt wants Glenna to stay safe in the house. Occasionally they work on trying to figure out how to fight vampires. There were some other disappointing plot elements. For example, Hoyt has traveled from the 12th century to the 21st and keeps brooding about what's going to happen to him and his family and if he'll succeed in his task to vanquish the vampires.
Cian his brother tells him that he Hoyt becomes a legend in their family history. Basically Hoyt says "oh" and doesn't think to ask what he's so legendary for. Might there not be a clue there?? Most disappointing, though, is the arbitrary nature of the magic.
It's as if Ms Roberts doesn't realize that fantasy readers demand a consistent, well-planned system of magic.
Hoyt and Jenna show us a few remarkable displays of power rose petals appear out of nowhere while they're in bed , but then seem to forget who they are at other times. At one point, they have to melt down Hoyt's mother's favorite candle-sticks now centuries old to get the silver they need to fashion crosses I won't even get into the weird religious inconsistencies. Yet Glenna finds a wedding dress at NeimanMarcus.
When Blair asks at the end of the novel if that method might work to acquire the weapons they've been wondering how to get, Glenna says "I suppose it would.
Perhaps the strangest thing is that the whole story has a narrator who's telling the tale filled with explicit sex and blood-drinking vampires to a bunch of young children sitting around the fire on a rainy day.
I won't be reading the other two books in The Circle Trilogy. And I think Ms Roberts should stick to the romance genre. She's very popular over there.
Read this review in context at Fantasy Literature. View all 11 comments. Apr 30, Kathrynn rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Time Travel Fans. I thought this story was exceptionally well written. There was a lot of humor with both the character's dialogue and expressions.
The book was similar to a roller coaster ride for me with extreme ups and downs. There was love, deep sadness, humor, time-travel, bloody fighting with vampires, magic, shape-shifting, suspense and few neat surprises. I like that.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The rest of the trilogy was set up in this book and I can't wait to read them. View all 3 comments.
Aug 10, Talya rated it really liked it Shelves: I absolutely loved this trilogy! Then again, I really like Vampire lore. Cian was my favorite guy, he was the most complex, wonderfully drawn character of the bunch.
He and Moira made a wonderful pairing, my heartstrings tugged at the moments where they knew they deeply loved each other, but knew they couldn't have a life together with him as a vampire who will live forever and her as queen of an ancient world. Really liked Hoyt and Glenna but they weren't as well drawn and the romance there seemed pushed aside a little so that all of the characters could be introduced, and the stage for the final battle could be set.
And the vampire queen, Lilith. She is one of the darkest, evilest, most demented villains I have ever read, and I loved her character. She's very well drawn and developed as a villain. You not only see vulnerability and bad, you see how she came to be and why she is the way she is, and gain insight into her motivation. You get to understand her madness a little bit, and she's pretty bad ass.
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Definitely a rocking trilogy! In this first book of the Circle Trilogy, we meet the six who have been chosen to lead the war against Lilith, the queen of vampyres, and her army. Hoyt, the sorcerer and Glenna, the witch, find love in all of the chaos of training and fighting. This was a great start to this trilogy. The only problem I had with it was I just didn't feel the strong love connection between Hoyt and Gl 3.
The only problem I had with it was I just didn't feel the strong love connection between Hoyt and Glenna like you do in NR's books.
I am hoping the last two books will make up for it, but as with all of Nora's books she has a way of sucking you into the story. View all 27 comments. May 27, Ira rated it liked it Shelves: This one was a good read. Unfortunately I had read The Guardians Trilogy before this book, and that series published 15 years after this series.
Roberts found something lacking with this series, reworked and make it much better with the new series. Still, a fun read and three stars for the originality This one was a good read. Still, a fun read and three stars for the originality! Feb 05, Jamieson rated it it was ok. There is an evil that hunts during the night. An evil so terrible that it would feast upon the flesh of humans.
There are stories of these beasts, these demons; they are called the Vampyre. Hungry for flesh and the blood in our veins. Lilith, the darkest vampyre of them all, is preparing for war. He must gather five others: The witch, the warrior, t There is an evil that hunts during the night. Together, with Hoyt as the Sorcerer, the circle will be complete. Morrigan takes Hoyt to The Dance of the Gods, where he is to meet his fate.
There, traveling through time, he is thrust from the mythical town of Eire, in the region of Chiarrai, in the year of to modern day New York, in the year There he meets Glenna, the fiery Witch with red hair.
He also meets his brother, the long dead Vampire and Larkin his sidekick and protector.
They also save Moira and Larkin, royalty from Chiarrai. Together, they form a circle that stands together against the most evil Vampire of all time. And boy does it show.
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Far from it. Great characters, snappy dialogue, wonderful sub plots and well written sex scenes hot enough to make the pages damp. The next two books in the trilogy, Dance of the Gods and Valley of Silence, are incredible books that make you wish they went on forever.
But every trilogy has to start somewhere. It gets better, I promise. Glenna and Hoyt were perfectly fine characters, although possibly the least interesting of the three pairs. I'm looking forward to Cian and Moira's book - a meek, scholarly heroine with a vampire who has had a change of heart but not because of some kind of magic stopping him from hurting humans, because he just didn't want to deal with the mess killing humans would cause.
Lilith's motivation for bringing about the apocalypse for all the worlds is a bit foggy as, as Spike would say I'm paraphrasing one of his famous quotes, here "Why would she want to annihilate all the Happy Meals on legs? So far it hasn't been explained why killing your food source would be a good idea I never understood why Angelus wanted to either , perhaps that will come later, but I think this book would have benefitted from that explanation.
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I think this book was trying to be a romance, but I felt like the mission was the focus of the plot, not Glenna and Hoyt's relationship. There were a couple of sex scenes, but they weren't that great as they kept devolving into poetry which I don't think makes for a memorably sexy scene. I couldn't help comparing this, slightly unfavourably, to my all-time favourite romance series, The Highlander series by Karen Marie Moning. With the time travel and the Tuatha De Danann both playing a major part in the plot, but me not connecting with the romance I just didn't like this as much as Beyond the Highland Mist.
I will continue with the series as I want to see how it ends and the sequels are on my 'reread to review' shelf. Jul 28, Rebecca rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Nora Roberts fans.
I suspect that Nora Roberts has devoted fans everywhere, much like my husband is a fan of Walker, Texas Ranger.
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I found the vampires in this novel to be about as scary as a villain from an episode of Xena: Warrior Princess or maybe even Beastmaster. In fact, the novel was just as campy. I found all of the elements of fantasy to work too conveniently.
There was never any true sense of conflict or romance for me maybe I'm prejudiced. Moreover, having Hoyt, the sorcerer, travel through time I suspect that Nora Roberts has devoted fans everywhere, much like my husband is a fan of Walker, Texas Ranger. Moreover, having Hoyt, the sorcerer, travel through time to the current day to save the world brought back childhood memories of my love for the He-Man movie. Six characters joining forces to save the world by defeating the evil vampiress. If the characters had better depth, and didn't seem so contrived, then I may have felt something for the book other than indifference.
The book is harmless really, with the exception of occasional profanity. I did get plenty of smiles and laughs out of it, but mostly because I found the "love" scenes and, more often, the dialogue, to be silly and inauthentic.
I suppose I was not her intended audience. It was a beach read, and nothing more. I can't say I would give her non-fantasy books a try after this one. We'll see. She apparently has over books to choose from, which, I feel, could only be accomplished in a lifetime through insomnia and substance abuse, which I believe is the writing method of Stephen King.
If not for my current mood, I may have written this review without sarcasm. There was a time where I went through fantasy books like nothing.
However, I couldn't help but get the impression from Morrigan's Cross, the first book in her Circle trilogy, that Nora Roberts is a romance writer trying to attract fantasy readers. Not so. Vampires occasionally and suddenly appear out of nowhere, scrap a bit, and retreat. But most of the plot of Morrigan's Cross is focused on the relationship between Hoyt and Glenna who suddenly decide that, after knowing each other for about two weeks, they "complete" each other and must be married.
They spend most of their time making the lights surge while they're in bed, and arguing a lot about how Hoyt wants Glenna to stay safe in the house. Occasionally they work on trying to figure out how to fight vampires.
There were some other disappointing plot elements. For example, Hoyt has traveled from the 12th century to the 21st and keeps brooding about what's going to happen to him and his family and if he'll succeed in his task to vanquish the vampires.All in all I loved this book.
I'm all for a little mindless brain candy; after all, I willingly admit to enjoying Sookie Stackhouse novels. The balance of his approach is matched by the quality of his prose: it has an easy pace, a clarity of structure and the tone of civilised conversation.
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