"I will go."Rather than follow her family's restrictive rules, centaur Brighid chose to set out on her own to make friends and form relationships with humans as well as centaurs.Now she's facing her toughest challenge yet. While helping guide home a grieving human—Cuchulainn, her friend Elphame's... show more
"I will go."Rather than follow her family's restrictive rules, centaur Brighid chose to set out on her own to make friends and form relationships with humans as well as centaurs.Now she's facing her toughest challenge yet. While helping guide home a grieving human—Cuchulainn, her friend Elphame's brother—Brighid finds herself beginning to care for him. An emotion forbidden by her clan.To add to her troubles, the Great Goddess has awoken the power of the Shaman within Brighid—the first centaur so blessed in ages. And just as she's torn between taking up a power she never expected and a love she's afraid to admit to, Brighid receives a vision of a tragedy that might destroy everyone she's ever cared about….
Publish date: February 23rd 2010
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
Series: Partholon (#5)
Nach dem unserer Clananführerin Elphame den Fluch des Wahnsinns der Neuen Formorianer gebrochen hat, in dem sie deren Anführer zu ihrem Ehemann gemacht hat, ist nichts mehr so wie es war. Denn im Kampf gegen die wahnsinnig gewordenen geflügelten Wesen starb Brennan, die geliebte Frau von Cu. Mit Wut...
When we last left our heroes; Cuchulainn was in mourning for Brenna and Elphame had mostly defeated the evil in the blood of the Formorians (don't get me started on the issues I have with inherited evil). Now Cuchulainn is on a quest to bring the Formorians to Castle MacCallan. Brighid decides to ...
I waver between 2.5 and 3. I think the first Partholon book was the best, and I didn't need to keep reading the series.
Oh my Goddess! Another beautyful book, amazingly well written, and telling a story that spoke to me on so many levels.
I liked this book. It isn't one of the better books, but it is a very endearing book. The story moves rather slow at times and in other places it seems to move to fast...Cu and Brighid's relationship being one of the faster times. I can understand how and why everything plays out the way it did, but...