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The Becoming: The Dragon Heart Legacy Book 2 Kindle Edition
Sunday Times bestseller Nora Roberts - Book Two in the Dragon Heart Legacy - a tale of adventure, magic and finding your home
They waited, knowing the god threatened all worlds. He would again seek the blood of his blood, and the wheel would turn so the time would come when the Talamhish could no longer stop him. She, the bridge between worlds, must return and awaken, must become and must choose to give all, risk all to help destroy the god.
When Breen Kelly makes a leap into the unknown with a summer trip to Ireland in search of her father, little does she know she will find a portal into another world - Talamh - where she will find magic, family and a destiny beyond her wildest dreams
Breen is welcomed by most of her family and friends but there is one who is far from welcoming. Her grandfather, the outcast god Odran plots to destroy Talamh and now all must unite to defeat his dark forces. There will be losses and sorrows, betrayal and bloodshed. But through it, Breen Siobhan Kelly will take the next step on the journey to becoming all that she was born to be.
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- ASIN : B08QZFVWLZ
- Publisher : Piatkus (23 November 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 3061 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 498 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,229 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In these days of COVID, I have found my emotions muted and I have been unable to express myself as I wanted. This book brought some emotions to the fore that I hadn't been able to express for the better part of a year. Nora Roberts has such a skill with storytelling that all the components that make her books amazing - in this instance, love (familial and romantic), anger, revenge, joy - came together in the perfect balance.
I love that Breen takes Marco to the other side and introduces him to HER other side. He has only known her to be a certain way but being in Talumh changes her. She is much stronger and she has learned how to defend herself, as well as new magicks. The various relationships that Breen has, with animals as well as humans, made my heart sing. Fabulous secondary characters in this book too, the author has woven such an incredible world in Talumh, I can visualise it all so clearly.
And Keegan, what to say about that man?! Strong, a little arrogant, weight of the world on his shoulders and yet there are parts of him that are soft, caring, vulnerable. I really like him. He is a good match for Breen.
I cannot wait until the next book - November 2022 can't come soon enough for me!
5 stars, of course.
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I wanted to know more about dragons and I think that was such a wasted opportunity. They come across an nothing more than Ubers with wings which is such a shame. The blooming dog gets more character development and personality than the dragons. Speaking of which… I cannot bear the fact that the dog’s name is “Bollocks” (slang for testicles), It shows a total lack of research / cultural awareness, especially given the Ireland connection. I wince every time the dog is mentioned. I know NR is from the US but really? Surely someone along the way could have picked up that clanger? And the gross stereotyping of the “Oirish” is still present in book two which is a shame and again shows a distinct lack of cultural awareness from NR and all involved.
I probably will read the third in this trilogy but it’s very, very far from NRs best work.