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Keepers of the Flame

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2008

    Unlikable sisters, Uninteresting plot

    I loved the first three Summoning books, but this one was a complete bust. The twins were self-centered and just plain not likable. In the beginning you are told they have been apart (happily) for years, they land in Lladrana and cling to each other while calling the other 'twin', cling to each other for less than 24 hours while claiming they cannot be apart - they promply MOVE apart with little physical interaction. The romance in this book was flat and boring as well. I looked forward to Sevair's story and was bitterly disappointed at the way Owens handled it. Would happily recommend the previous three Summoning books to readers. Before the next, take a peek at the last chapter of this book and you will not have missed anything you need to know. You will not have missed a thing! Or not, as I'm sure she will be giving the same info on the new heroine in the next as it will be her story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2011

    lame

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2009

    Magic at it's best...

    This book is a roller coster. It has many stories and charcters all wrapped up together. It starts off slow, but than it kicks into full gear. If your looking for an escape i found it very easy to drift away into this new world filled with music and magic. The characters are intresting and they will demand your attention with every word. So i say pick up the books and snuggle into a nice seat and read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2008

    fabulous, double the fun!!!!

    Liz and Bri are wonderful character's with very different world experiences on Earth that make their reactions to the world Amee's 'magic' very riviting!!! Really was supprised by twists and turns of the plot with the characters taking leaps of faith in their abilities to win their hearts desires!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    Excellent addition to the series

    Exploring Llandrana has definitely been ride, and the latest chapter with Bri and Elizabeth doesn't disappoint. There are more twists, an unexpected direction taken, some emotional moments and a new flying/riding creature. What more can a person ask for? Ms. Owens keeps her audience entertained and enthralled as usual - her character development is wonderful and her world creation is top-notch. Waiting until 2009 for the next book is going to be tough.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2007

    Moving right along

    Love it. A fast paced read with a new twist nearly every page. I will be sorry to see this series end. Hope the author has some new plans for, if not the same place, another dimension. This book, and the rest of the series will definately be on my shelf: old friends to revisit over and over. For now - this one is so much fun, I'm reading it for the third time in as many days.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Spellbinding

    On the world of Amee in the realm of Lladrana, there is a war going on against the Dark an evil entity from another dimension who wants to rid the orb of humans. It uses the Master to send monsters against the people and the Marshallss and the C hevaliers fight them. Now the Master has sent something to the cities and towns a new disease that the medicos can¿t heeal. The city master Sevair Mosif pays for a Summoning of an Exotique from earth with medical skills. What they get are identical twins Elizabeth who is an MD and Bri who practices alternative healing. Both have healing hands and are able to cure the afflicted.-------------- Both the twins insist they will return to Earth when the Snap occurs. While they are there they look for a way to heal the disease and later look for a cure for a mutation of the disease so the Chevaliers will avoid this fatal illness contracted on the battle field. Both women are accepted and people make it clearthat they want them to stay. Bri finds love with Sevair who is the first person who accepts her for who she is and Elizabeth falls in love on the rebound with the noble chevalier Fauchon. Tragedy strikes when one of the twins takes ill on the battlefield and nobody knows how to save her.------------ There is one more summoning before the Exotiques and their husbands go to the volcanic island where the Dark resides and try to undo the spellknot protecting evil having two Exotiques summoned, the author changes the dynamics of previous storylines as each twin has their own story. Readers will be enthralled with this latest entry in the series (see GUARDIAN OF HONOR) and eagerly await the next book when the final summoning and battle takes place. Robin D. Owens is a worldbuilder who makes the audience believe in the realm she creates.------ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2007

    Wonderful Read

    One of my first Robin D. Owens reads. Went on to read the Heart series as well. Would recommend this to romance/fantasy/sci fi readers. And I can't wait for the next in the series to come out.

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