The Song (Sons of Destiny Series #4)

The Song (Sons of Destiny Series #4)

by Jean Johnson

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Overview

The Song (Sons of Destiny Series #4) by Jean Johnson

The fourth installment in the national bestselling Sons of Destiny series.

Eight brothers, born in four sets of twins, two years apart to the day-they fulfill the Curse of Eight Prophecy, and are thus exiled to Nightfall Isle, in Jean Johnson's "thoroughly romantic and wildly entertaining"* series.

Evanor lost his powers-and his voice-in a terrible battle that defeated his family's greatest enemy and gave his sister-in-law her freedom. The advanced magical healing that would restore his voice and powers is beyond their means-but not beyond the ability of the lovely healer Mariel. Mariel can restore what was torn from Evanor-and possibly repair her own broken heart in the process.

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ISBN-13: 9780425219294
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/05/2008
Series: Sons of Destiny Series , #4
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 394,678
Product dimensions: 8.14(w) x 5.34(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

The best part about being a writer is the joy of entertaining others. Whether it’s sad or scary, silly or sexy, I love knowing that one of my stories has given someone a good time. I hope this is one of those stories for you, too. Currently I live in the Pacific Northwest. Feel free to drop by my website for a chat.

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"Johnson's writing is fabulously fresh, thoroughly romantic, and wildly entertaining."
-JAYNE ANNE KRENTZ

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The Song (Sons of Destiny Series #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 77 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Each book of this series gets better than before. So far, this is the best. Jean is putting more story into her writings. However, she persists on treating many of her characters like 6 year olds. Mikor is supposed to be 9yrs, but has all the characteristics of a 6 yr old, including losing front teeth. All her heroines 'tick out their tongues', like spoiled pampered obnoxious 6 year olds. This chapter in the series is also starting to give clues as to the final outcome. I am also curious as to how the 6th & 7th brother will deal with their 'destined' brides. Keep them coming, Jean. You get better with each volumn. Oh yes, get your editor to check your grammer run-on sentences, lots of 'singular/plural' within the same sentence, can be distracting.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The eight brothers, four sets of twins, were exiled to Nightfall Isle where women are banned For the most part they have been ignored by the powerful Katan Council of Mages since their banishment however recently the Council has learned that three females have married three of the siblings (see THE MASTER, THE WOLF and THE SWORD) and remained on the Isle with their soulmate. The Council fear that the ancient prophesy is being fulfilled and debates their options before it is too late.-------------- As the Council argues, the fourth-born sibling Evanor lost his magical abilities and became mute during a war to free his sister-in-law from an evil mage. Healer Mariel comes to Nightfall Isle accompanied by her son to help him regain his voice and to live there. She gives him much more than just efforts to heal his vocal cords she gives him the magic of love.------------- Although each tale contains a complete saga focusing on one of the brothers, it behooves the audience to start with the first book because Jean Johnson continues her magical writing of increasingly more intricate details involving the Sons of Destiny big picture. The current story is fast-paced and stars two likable protagonists, but in some ways feels more like a middle tale (it is number four of eight) as it sets the table for seemingly big showdowns. Still Evanor¿s entry is fun to follow as he finds love the most powerful lyrical voice in the Johnson universe.-------------- Harriet Klausner
dkthain on LibraryThing 2 days ago
For me so far, this is the weakest book in the series so far. While certainly readable, it just didn¿t grab me the way the first three did. I think part of the reason was Evanor and Mariel were already half in love when the story began, so there wasn¿t the initial spark between them. In addition, they were both pretty Beta characters. Mariel is a healer and Evanor the gentlest of the eight brothers I think, thus another reason for the lack of sparkage. In fact, they became lovers before I really was aware of it. Don¿t know how I missed it. Because there wasn¿t much conflict between the two of them, most of the conflict came externally when the Council of Katan found out something fishy was going on with the exiled brothers. This part was interesting and again, I enjoyed the way each of the brothers had their own roles to play when they were confronted. The author also has a great way of blending in so many characters with each of them having an integral part of the story.Something else that bothered me though, was the huge amount of time devoted to creating their own version of cell phones. It felt like filler and to be honest, filler that kind of went above my head.Still, since I¿m reading the whole series, I¿m glad I read this one. It moves the story along and we get to see more of the most intriguing brother so far, Rydan. But alas, the grade isn¿t quite as high for The Song. But I have The Cat ready to read and just because this one didn¿t work quite so well as the others, I¿m still looking forward to the next installment very much.
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Not exactly a fantsy fan but i loved this entire series!!!! Really really good
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is very hard to put down once you start reading. The plot holds your interest and the characters are mystical yet true to life.
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