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by Donna Grant
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Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 11 months ago
So this picks right up where the last book (of the previous series; "Dark Sword") left off. While I think someone could read this one without reading the previous series, it would be more enjoyable if the 6 books in the "Dark Sword" series were read first. Just my opinion. This has been a nice, easy...
Megan's Book Madness
Megan's Book Madness rated it 4 years ago
I am sooooo glad that they brought the warriors to this era! I liked the 1600s.. But I love 2012 so much more! Although I am still not 100% sure on how the women are not aging... maybe I skimmed over something important in the last series.. oh well. I am glad. I love how adorable it is to see Loga...
Book Blog of a Hufflepuff
Book Blog of a Hufflepuff rated it 5 years ago
This was the first Donna Grant book that I've read, and I was very pleased with it! Gwynn and Logan were delightful characters, and I adored their story!The mystery behind Gwynn, finding her father, Logan's past and the fight against evil all keep you on the edge of your seat wanting more! It was ha...
Blogging Books w/Beth
Blogging Books w/Beth rated it 7 years ago
This is my first experience with Donna Grant. I also have never read a book about Druids before. It was a pleasant experience, but not life-altering. I also felt that because I didn't read the other books by Donna Grant, I was missing some backstory that may have made me make a better connection wit...
Ndulgent-ly Yours
Ndulgent-ly Yours rated it 7 years ago
Review posted at http://guiltyindulgencebookclub.blogspot.com/2012/12/midnights-master-by-donna-grant.html?utm_source=BP_recent.
Much About Books
Much About Books rated it 7 years ago
3.5+ starsI know... I know... I said I was giving up on this series, because it jumped the shark for me. And while I won't retract that statement for my review of "The Darkest Highlander", I will say that perhaps it *was* a good idea for Ms. Grant to move the series into the 21st century. Maybe.We l...
tishke rated it 7 years ago
What was the point of time travel? The ones left behind did nothing but to retrieve the sword everyone knew was left behind unprotected in Deidre's mountain and renovate bathrooms and showers and modernize the kitchen. They didn't even care to contact the druids at Isle of Eigg and convince them to ...
Cocktails and Books
Cocktails and Books rated it 7 years ago
Review to come
Jessie Reads Everything
Jessie Reads Everything rated it 7 years ago
This book is a continuation of the Dark Sword series even though it is a new series. Logan is sent 400 years into the future with 3 other warriors to 2012 when an unknown drough pulls the evil Deirdre from 1603. Logan doesn't know if the other warriors who were sent him with him are, he doesn't know...
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) rated it 7 years ago
Posted on Under the CoversDonna Grant starts off the Dark Warriors series with a bang! With a swoon-worthy hero and a smart and steady heroine, there is no way this equation can go wrong. In MIDNIGHT’S MASTER, we find Gwynn Austin on a hunt for her missing father. She travels to Scotland where her f...
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