First time in print?the fantastic new Celta novel from the award-winning author of Heart Fate. Robin D. Owens returns to the world of the faraway planet Celta in the eighth novel of her award-winning series. Signet D?Marigold?s lonely life is shaken when a prophet reveals she is a catalyst for... show more
First time in print?the fantastic new Celta novel from the award-winning author of Heart Fate. Robin D. Owens returns to the world of the faraway planet Celta in the eighth novel of her award-winning series. Signet D?Marigold?s lonely life is shaken when a prophet reveals she is a catalyst for change. But to accept her new life?and the charge of the noble child Avellana?means embracing a danger that may be fatal for them both. Especially when Signet?s attraction to her new bodyguard signals a secret enemy sworn to destroy them.
Publish date: 2009-11-03
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Content warning: Animals in peril, and one of the main characters has suicidal thoughts at the beginning of the book. Signet D'Marigold believes she is doomed to be alone. Her parents died during her Third Passage, and none of her friends have ever stayed by her side or kept in touch for long. No ...
4/5; 4 stars; A-I really enjoyed this book, mostly because it had lots of appearances of favorite characters from other books, Vinni, Cratag, Avalanna etc.Signet and Cratag were interesting, likeable characters.
Actually, this one was pretty good - once you got past things that made no sense like "anyone who wasn't of Earthan descent". Uh... I was under the impression that everyone was of Earthan descent. For sure there has been no mention of restless natives (and wouldn't they have had more "flair" anyw...
I was really anxious for this book as I've been getting caught up with this series the last month or so. Although I enjoyed it, I was left somewhat unsatisfied at the end. Mostly I think b/c of some threads Owens left open with one of the secondary characters.
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