Northern Lights

Northern Lights

by Nora Roberts
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Northern Lights 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 170 reviews.
book_crazy17 More than 1 year ago
This book is very good. When i started the first page drew me into the story, and once you start this book you cant put it down. Once you do put it down you feel as though you were just there, and you feel like you personally know all the characters, you also feel as though you experianced everything first hand. I would recomend this book to anyone who is a Nora Roberts Fan..
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I spent two years in Alaska and this book really captured what it feels like to be there. Made me want to go back.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brrrrr. Listeners may shiver when listening to this audio book - the author's depiction of the icy Alaskan terrain is so vivid that it causes chills, as does the thought of the murderer stalking the streets of small town Lunacy. Accomplished voice performer Gary Littman inhabits the persona of Nate Burke, first in the depths of despair then ruminative and probing as he hunts a killer. Remember Nate? He's the Baltimore police officer who lost his partner in a frenzy of bullets. Not his fault, nonetheless, Nate blames himself. Pile on top of that a messy divorce, and there you have one down and out guy. Hoping to change his life Nate takes the job of Chief of Police in Lunacy, a far away Alaskan town peopled by about 500 outre characters. It's rather quiet in Lunacy. In fact, it's kind of nice when Nate meets Meg, a bush pilot. The attraction is immediate and strong. However, there's little time for romance when the body of Meg's father who disappeared almost 20 years earlier is discovered. He was brutally murdered, and now it's up to Nate to find the killer before harm comes to Meg. Curl up in front of the fire, listen and enjoy the incomparable spell woven by Nora Roberts. - Gail Cooke
CabotWBassett More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the story as well as the back ground of Alaska and the people, customs, challenges etc.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. As a matter of fact I'm re-reading it now. As in many of Nora's novels, there is just enough sex, and mystery to go along with a great story.
rosiemom More than 1 year ago
I have read this book a million times and will keep reading it. Nora Roberts is one of my favorite authors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book and could not put it down.
Kathy Harris More than 1 year ago
Good till the end.
courtney Rozmenoski More than 1 year ago
The characters in this book really drew me in. I loved Hopp and her gruff but sweet undertones, and Ignatius...what a name. Lol meg was just my kind of girl, and i couldnt put the book down. Read it in a day while at work. A definite must read that keeps you guessing...
CharlotteGayle More than 1 year ago
I discovered I really enjoy listening to Nora Roberts' books more than I do actually reading them. This is another good example of Brilliance Audio's unabridged reading of one of Nora's classics. As the reader takes on different voices for different characters, you are drawn into the story of a body found frozen for twenty years in an ice cave and the murder and mayhem that follow the discovery. I enjoy driving and listening to the story unfold. The disc changes are easy with at least 99 tracks on each disc. I have had no difficulty with disc quality, each one loads easily and the quality is great.
janetinspokane More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing, adventurous book. It has keept me wanting more right up to the end. WoW! What a GREAT book!
Jenrae More than 1 year ago
Northern Lights was interesting, but not what I've come to expect from Nora Roberts. The characters really come to life in this book and the reader gets dragged into the story. What was refreshing was that it was realistic...the hero wasn't superman, the heroine wasn't wonder woman....they were real, normal people. However, the story did have a tendency to drag...it was really slow paced. Not to the point that you didn't want to keep reading, but you didn't have the urge to read 'just one more chapter' before going to bed. One major thing I would change with this book would be Meg's character...though I liked her realism and the fact that she wasn't a wimp....she was also FAR TOO bold and a little bit too much on the trashy side.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rules: <br>Seelie Rules: <br> ~No leaders, everyone is of the same rank. <br> ~All good creatures are allowed (Angels of light, fairie, good dragons, unicorns, etc.)<br> ~If there is a big descision to be made, a vote will be held. <br> ~No cussing and if you and to have 'fun' find a book.. <p> Unseelie Rules: <p> ~Ok so basicaly hen it comes to the unseelie may chaos reign. You can have leaders and you can fight for it or you could just be chosen. <br> No cussing <br> Wanna have 'fun' find a book. <br> All evil creatures allowed (Ogres, exiled or dark angels, dark warlocks, witches, etc.) <p> Seelie: Ok so the Seelie are for good people, creatures of the light and so forth. The seelie enjoy peace. They never lie they someties dont tell the whole truth or dont even speak but never lie. The Seelie Camp is located at res 2 <p> Unseelie:The unseelie are for evil people and creatures like that. They are sometimes chaotic and in discord, not all people here are totally evil, its just they may have been exiled for a misunderstanding or just dislike the extremely peaceful armosphere of the Seelie Camp. Still 99% of the unseelie are wvil, their hearts guided by revenge and hatred. They are located at res three<br> Bios are at res 4 <p> Wars can be waged on the other camp. <p> Well thats it. <p> ~Aurora and Co.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To me it seemed Well written with a plot that is satisfyingly complex. I found the people and relationships are well developed and convincing, very satisfying. O course, it being Nora Roberts, there is romance. I was glad to find it part of the story,not the total focus. I loved the book and find I even like to reread it after waiting a while.
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(Yup, l RP both!) ((Gtg bbt))
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Herro.
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*he lets go* he is not welcome in our cabin.
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Gggrrr....follows