Shuffled from place to place in the foster system, Morrigan doesn't know the meaning of home. Plus, she is different. She has power over fire, the ability to move objects with her mind, and glimpse into the future. Just when she believes her life can't get any stranger, she discovers her true... show more
Shuffled from place to place in the foster system, Morrigan doesn't know the meaning of home. Plus, she is different. She has power over fire, the ability to move objects with her mind, and glimpse into the future. Just when she believes her life can't get any stranger, she discovers her true identity. Filtiarn, a knight with a dark past and a surprising secret, has been tasked with guiding the heir of Tír na NÓg through countless perils to be returned to her family. Once Morrigan has been reunited with her mother and grandmother, their triad can save the forgotten land of magic from being devoured by an ancient evil.
Publish date: November 8th 2012
Publisher: Pagan Writers Press
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Morrigan is a young adult who has always kept her magical powers of telekinetics and an ability to control fire a secret. Having been abandoned at birth and moved from countless foster homes her only companions are a set of cats. Much to her surpise she one day comes face to face with a mysterious k...
Morrigan by Laura DeLuca3 StarsMorrigan is a fantasy story that follows the pattern of the genre…a teenage girl finding out she was born with powers, going on a journey with the help of a male, and together they have to defeat the evil, that she is in some way, related to. I found the book very long...
Original Review Posted on Bookwyrming Thoughts.Note: Formatting has been lost due to copy and pasting.Disclaimer: I received this book from YANR Blog Tours for free in exchange for an honest for the blog tour. This does not influence my review in any way. I think 3 words grabbed my attention: Ti...
Fantastic. A great story incorporating all forms of magic's history. It has witches, changelings, and magic. All my favorite things.
“Where shall we three meet again in thunder, lightning, or in rain? When the hurlyburly 's done, when the battle 's lost and won” ― William Shakespeare, MacbethMorrigan is no stranger to foster homes. she has spent most of her life staying in them. things are about to change, though, when Filtiarn, ...