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Divine by Blood (Devine Series)
     

Divine by Blood (Devine Series)

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by P. C. Cast
 

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Conceived in a lie and trapped in a tree throughout her gestation, Morrigan's birth was truly magical. After that start, she spent the next eighteen years raised as a normal girl in Oklahoma.

Upon discovering the truth of her heritage, her rage and grief take on a power of their own, carrying her back to the world of Partholon. Yet, instead of being respected as

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Divine by Blood (Devine Series) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 167 reviews.
cindylb More than 1 year ago
Good book
Starluv9227 More than 1 year ago
In the beginning you find out that at the same time Shannon was having baby, Rhiannon was too. Rhiannon gave up her dark ways and sacrificed herself to save her daughter. Her daughter is sent to live with Richard Parker (Shannon's Dad). Divine by Blood is mostly about her story. I have to admit that at first I was a little disappointed. I didn't get to see as much of Shannon as I would have liked. However, I did love the parts we did get, and her interaction with her daughter. It's really sad for me to say good bye to her. She has become one of my favorite fiction characters. Once I got settled in to the story, Morrigan is a character I did enjoy. She was raised in Oklahoma, and always knew she was different. Of course, every teenager feels that way at some point. But in her case it is real. There was a lot of magic in this one. Morrigan's magic was great to read about. One of them was the ability to hear whispers in the wind, and not all of the whispers were good. The evil wanted to take her as their own. Kegan was a great character. I really enjoyed reading about him. Cast does a great job at creating couples you know are destined to be together, and you crave seeing them together. But my favorite character was Richard Parker. He was such a great guy. Cast said that he was written after her Dad. You can see how much of her heart she poured into his character, and it was impossible not to love him. The story moves at a steady pace. I was entertained throughout. Though the ending was my favorite part. It was beautiful. Cast nicely wrapped everything up and left me satisfied. Throughout this trilogy, I have laughed, cried, shouted and felt every emotion imaginable. Cast has given me a beautiful world that I will be escaping to again. Now that I have finished this trilogy, I am excited to move on to Elphame's Choice and Brighid's Quest. Both books take place in Partholon, but have new, younger characters. Divine by Blood was another win for me. I hope Cast continues to write, because I thoroughly enjoy her work. If you are an adult reader who is a fan of fantasy, you need to read this trilogy!
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Good read, however i wanted more with Shannon & Clanfintan! I found their storyline sooo much more enjoyable than the daughter's!
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I really wish she would write more on this series its so not finished
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Meoughkat3 More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I liked the book overall. It was interesting and kept my attention. At first I was disappointed that this book was not completely about Shannon, but I got used to the idea. The reason I did not give this book 5 stars is because I was disappointed in the ending. Cast gives you a lot of detail going along and building up the the climax; however, I felt that she did not give the same time and consider to the ending. It felt really rushed and comes on all of a sudden. I felt that this book could have used another 100 pages. That's right, not 10, not 20, but ONE HUNDRED more pages. That's how much she rushed the ending. Also, I know that this is the ending for that particular line of the series, but I feel that we could use another book about Morrigan. There were too many questions left unanswered for me about what the future holds for her.
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Was not sure I was going to like this 3rd book in the Devine series but I've got to admit once I got reading my curiousity was peaked. Morrigan was a teenager who never felt she belonged or fit in. Wow what teenager wouldn't understand how that feels. It can get a little confusing to go back and forth in the story between Oklahoma and Partholan. I found myself rooting for Morrigan to finally find her destiny and the ending was the best surprise.
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