i think juliet marillier's books, sevenwaters trilogy, are great! i have read the first two and i am trying to locate the third one i just have to know how the whole thing comes out!
>>By lazydaisy_15 (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:39)
Juliet Marillier's books have reached to the caribbean island trinidad ive read the first two of the triology and am eagerly awaiting the arrival of book three. ever since i read the first and second books ive been searching local libraries and book stores for the third im sure she will not dissappoint me.her storys are a mixture of love and adventure a perfect mixture for me and other teens who love to read romances but still remember the days of nancy drew and other adventur novels.
>>By magiesa charrles (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:39)
i am about half way through with Child of the Prophecy and i just have to say that is is a great book. To find out things about your favorite characters from Daughter of the Forest is most exciting.
>>By (me again) lazydaisy_13 (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:39)
I havn't read much, I couldn't find anything to read and stumbled across the Sevenwaters trilogy. I couldn't find the first one so I skipped that (I know I shoudn't!) and I'm reading the second one. Very good so far.
>>By leslie (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:39)
I adored the female leads in the first two books, but something was lacking in the third. I can't quite put my finger on it, but she didn't seem to have the spirit of her mother Liadan and her grandmother. I was also slightly disappointed with her love interest, but overall one of the best triologies I read in a long time. A perfect companion to Jaqueleine Carey's triology.
>>By GemmaFinn (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:39)
I have to say that I was pretty skeptical about fantasy as a whole, but I decided to give Daughter of the Forest a try and I was hooked from page one. I imediately purchased and devoured the second and I am reading them again in preperation for the third and I NEVER re-read anything. Hats off to you Ms. Marillier - you have helped me discover fantasy!
>>By Lezli (Sunday, 23 Mar 2003 20:51)
Adorei os tres livros, sao maravilhosos,faz-nos sonhar....
Gostei da descrição que a autora faz sobre os sentimentos de cada personagem e da forma como retrata o modo de vida dos celtas, e de toda a MAGIA que nela predominava.
Juliet Marillier esta de parabens pela suas tres belas,bonitas e grandiosas obras.
>>By Isabel (Monday, 21 Apr 2003 22:15)
I think Juliet is amazing! I loved Daughter of the Forest, it's just set with such a plain purpose that has so many twists and turns. It totally keeps you caught up in it, you almost feel Sorcha's pain. And you wonder about things and hope that her brothers get saved. And the whole process with Red is just so delightful. She's a great write
>>By Silver (Wednesday, 7 May 2003 02:54)
The best books I have ever read! Couldn't put them down, bought all three and have just ordered Wolfskin from the bookstore as it was sold out! As I was born on the Isle of Man these books had special meaning to me and they have a re-enactment of the Vikings raiding the Island next to Peel Castle every year. Keep the books coming!
>>By J. Moore (Friday, 30 May 2003 06:44)
I simply love Juliet Marillier style of writing, but its sure hard to find her books around. Usually on reserved on loan in libraries. unlucky me. Anybody knows any more books from her? I sure like to find it!
>>By Piscean Poetry (Monday, 30 Jun 2003 03:37)
Eu adorei a trilogia Sevenwaters, acho que são os livros que mais gostei de ler em toda a minha vida . Não só pelo estilo de escrever de Juliet Marillier mas também pela fantasia ,que parece sempre ter um fundo de verdade,e o misticismo que nos prende aos livros.Estes livros fazem com que se veja o mundo de outa forma, lembra-nos do passado Celta da Irlanda e mosta a força do amor,do odio e da coragem.O livro que mais gostei foi A Filha Da Floresta pela força de Sorcha e o encantamento da história,mas também adorei a coragem de Liadan e a força de Fainne.Há umas dúvidas que me restam:as últimas palavras do primeiro livro é a palavara-chave do segundo e vice-versa e a do terceiro ,o enredo da história,será? Bom , só sei que quem ainda não os leu não sabe o que perde! São os melhores livros do mundo!Viva a trilogia Sevenwaters!
>>By by Marta Oliveira (Friday, 4 Jul 2003 19:07)
Esqueci:Gostava de saber se wolfskin (pele de lobo)corresponde a O Filho De Thor?
>>By Marta Oliveira (Friday, 4 Jul 2003 19:12)
I've only read Daughter of the Forest, but the other books are either too expensive (lets see how long it takes to get them out in paper back . . . ) or just not available. This, of course, is awful, since I loved Daughter of the Forest! The story was just so wonderful, and it was everything a good fantasy read should be! The only complaint I had was that the main character fell in the love with the wrong person . . . oh well. Anyway, I highly reccomend Juliet Marillier, and I am still trying to get my hands on her other books! :)
>>By Raging Dreams (Friday, 4 Jul 2003 23:17)
I love her books. The second is my favorite, and I have erad it so many times I'm beginning to memorize it. I couldn't find the third in the library, so I waited for a long time to get it, and expected ti to be as good as the others. I twasn't as great as the others... She was as strong-minded, and not as much happened. It was a great trilogy, though.
>>By Caroline (Sunday, 20 Jul 2003 21:20)
I love the Sevenwaters trilogy to death!!!! The first one Daughter Of The Forrest is still my favourite although number two comes very close. I agree that book three isn't as good although I still became obsessed with it. It's not that it is bad, there is just something that I can't put my finger on about it. I just wanted to let you know that I have just read Wolfskin and loved every minute of it. I really feel for Eyvind (yes she has branched out into a male character) as he is torn between Somerled and his own conscience. His journey is both touching and amazing. Read this book as soon as you can. Somerled is really cool, he is a really intreging character that is hard to figure out. I also love Nessa, she is just a strong a female character as Sorcha and Liaden. Wolfskin had the preview for the next book in the back and it also sounds fantastic.
>>By Elf (Tuesday, 22 Jul 2003 04:44)
I have to admit I'm afraid of this author. She has hooked me entirely, and if I dare to let any of her books into my home, I'm wrapped up in an enchantment that keeps me up til the birds start singing, wondering how I will ever make it through the day. Worse than that is the dark feelings that ensue when I can't find one of her books. Thankfully, the Sevenwater Trilogy is at my public library in its entirety and I was able to read that end to end, without worry. I simply did not sleep for a week.
She has become one of my favorite authors ever - not sure how she does it, but this is both believable and unbelievable fantasy at its best.
>>By Turtleluna (Tuesday, 17 Nov 2009 02:41)
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