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  1. says:

    That's strange I was sure I had written a review for this book when I put it up It's not as fresh in my mind now but here goes I do remember that it had a lot of wonderful ideas like being chosen by specific birds as part of one's personal power but that every character was there solely to forward the plot So everyone is black or white I could predict with certainty what would happen and who would do what every time And the antag

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    Well I have to say that this was a VAST improvement from Hanley's second book in this trilogy Healer's Keep While distantly set in the same universe as Seer and the Sword and Healer's Keep The Light of the Oracle is very distinctive in its world building While I don't think the country was as fleshed out as it could have been it isn't ultimatelyof much conseuence This story solidly takes place in the Temple of the Oracle rarely extending

  3. says:

    I enjoyed the first two books in the trilogy so even though it had been years since I read them I was excited to find this at the library so I could revisit the world to which Hanley introduced me in The Seer and the Sword and The Healer's KeepNow though I find myself staring at the book uizzically wondering what went wrong First of all while Goodreads lists this as the third in the Healer and Seer series it doesn't feel in any w

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    This and my other reviews can be found at daughter of a humble stone cutter is whisked off to the Temple of the Oracle as

  5. says:

    Not uite as good as The Seer and the Sword but better than The Healer's Keep

  6. says:

    The Seer and the Sword is one of my favorite fantasy books of all time and when I found out it was a trilogy I was beyond thrilled I

  7. says:

    I coincidentally came across this book without reading the first two books I have to be honest I really wish I read the two before this one first There are spoilers in this by the way don't read it if you haven'

  8. says:

    I read this years and years ago so I don't remember much about it except the bare bones of the plot and just how bad it was I'm talking author insert fanfiction bad The protagonist is a Mary Sue in the worst way; she has virtually no flaws except being mopey because she's such a uniue and special snowflake complete with u

  9. says:

    Light of the Oracle was not at all what I thought it would be I didn't really like the plot The whole idea of her being in danger just doesn't sound goodYou don't get to know Brynn enough to like her The author do

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    Poor misfit girl with the power to see the future gets chosen to live in the place where the oracles are trained She struggles against bullies evil magic and discouragement She makes friends who help her to discover an evil plot and they work together to defeat the bad guys She finds a special bond with one of the other studentsNo swearing no sex a bit of violence

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review ê eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Victoria Hanley

Bryn is the daughter of a humble stone cutter So no one is surprised than she when the Master Priest seeks her out to become a student at the famous Temple of. I enjoyed the first two books in the trilogy so even though it had been years since I read them I was excited to find this at the library so I could revisit the world to which Hanley introduced me in The Seer and the Sword and The Healer s KeepNow though I find myself staring at the book uizzically wondering what went wrong First of all while Goodreads lists this as the third in the Healer and Seer series it doesn t feel in any way connected to the two aforementioned books It may be set in the same world but the characters places and events have nothing to do with what has gone before giving it the feel of a spinoff rather than a seuel That s not necessarily a bad thing but it did throw me for a loop The story was interesting but the writing drove me bonkers Was Hanley s voice always so passive her prose so mechanical and uninspired Seriously I know it s been a while but I remember the first two books being better written than this with characters that I actually well cared about These people I didn t feel anything for them because they were completely bland and washed out Bryn seemed promising at first intelligent fair minded and not afraid to say what s on her mind And yet she never really fulfilled that potential for me Her character along with all the other characters felt underdeveloped as if Hanley was just making up their personalities as she went along Conseuently they felt like puppets doing what the author told them to do than like people whose story the author was sharing with us All the relationships felt perfunctory Bryn and Kiran s relationship was devoid of any real chemistry the various friendships lacked depth and Bryn s rivalry with Clea failed to deliver the tension it was obviously meant to create the dangers contrived All in all a disappointing read Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury read them I was excited to find this at the library so I could How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim revisit the world to which Hanley introduced me in The Seer and the Sword and The Healer s KeepNow though I find myself staring at the book uizzically wondering what went wrong First of all while Goodreads lists this as the third in the Healer and Seer series it doesn t feel in any way connected to the two aforementioned books It may be set in the same world but the characters places and events have nothing to do with what has gone before giving it the feel of a spinoff Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic remember the first two books being better written than this with characters that I actually well cared about These people I didn t feel anything for them because they were completely bland and washed out Bryn seemed promising at first intelligent fair minded and not afraid to say what s on her mind And yet she never A Daddy for Christmas relationships felt perfunctory Bryn and Kiran s Banned in Britain relationship was devoid of any Hour of the Beast real chemistry the various friendships lacked depth and Bryn s Dictionary Of Dreams rivalry with Clea failed to deliver the tension it was obviously meant to create the dangers contrived All in all a disappointing The Love of a Latino read

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Yn encounters unimaginable danger Is she able to struggle with the unknown and to save the whole world from untold misery Or will the powers of darkness succe. I coincidentally came across this book without reading the first two books I have to be honest I really wish I read the two before this one first There are spoilers in this by the way don t read it if you haven t read the book I have to say I was really close to putting the book down in the middle of it because it didn t really seem to spark anything and the story line didn t seem to be going anywhere I m glad I didn t put the book down because I actually really liked it towards the ending of the book It could ve used dialogue and action The fact that a bird s feather gave power was an interesting thing and I thought it was a good change to a fantasy book I especially liked the feather of the black swan The fact that there were pagan gods that brought the interest down a little but it was surprising how good this book was it s not the best book but it is good The detail was amazing though I have to say I thought so at least I don t usually pay attention to the detail like I do to the dialogue and I always end up skipping detail but I wanted to go through it word by word so I didn t miss any important detail The only thing I wasn t really happy about was the change of point of view It would change from Bryn to Kiran to Selid Oh how angry I was to know that Selid had to die Bryn really caught me as very very odd At first I thought she was crazy because of her chasing the thistledown Then it made sense later on I like that she s really really uite and endures Clea s words then goes out on her later on She falls for things uite easily and in some ways she reminds me of myself She is very kind and loving towards people and animals alike She doesn t care what people say about her but she despises it when people talk about her friends She s even gained a lot of guts throughout the book towards the end There was just something about Bryn just the way she acted and treated everything She had an innocence about her there were things she didn t know and didn t understand She knew nothing of manners or elouence She wore filthy rags and did innocent things without a care in the world Being the daughter of a stonecutter really caused flame to go her way and despite how much she went through she hung on Clea really ticks me off she s just some stuck up spoiled rich kid and people like that just really want me to rip their heads off She thinks she can walk all over people and just because she s with the feathers doesn t mean she can be such a jerk I really wish Bryn had done something to her in the beginning of the book when she first met her but I was uite content with Clea getting cursed by her own feather She honestly didn t even deserve getting the vulture s feather Why would someone like her get a feather that has too much power for her own good She always ganged up on Bryn and her friend Dawn She had lured Bryn to believe that she really wanted a friend and wanted to show Bryn her feather Bryn of course fell for it although she was skeptical at first Then when Bryn laid eyes on the feather Clea curse Bryn I really don t like her If she was real I would avoid her in an instant or constantly fight with her There were constant similes that described how the thistledown reacted when Bryn would follow them For example This plume shown through the cold as though from within by silvery fire The constant use of the similes kept me into the book despite how tempting it was to put the book down It s just a good book all together and I recommend that if you want a book that is different from most fantasy then this book is the one for you But it s not the best one just letting you know Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) reading the first two books I have to be honest I Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) really wish I Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra read the two before this one first There are spoilers in this by the way don t Chinas Son read it if you haven t Welcome to the Desert of the Real read the book I have to say I was Dead End Bluff really close to putting the book down in the middle of it because it didn t King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers really seem to spark anything and the story line didn t seem to be going anywhere I m glad I didn t put the book down because I actually Factory of Death really happy about was the change of point of view It would change from Bryn to Kiran to Selid Oh how angry I was to know that Selid had to die Bryn Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, really caught me as very very odd At first I thought she was crazy because of her chasing the thistledown Then it made sense later on I like that she s Rapid Math Without A Calculator really Almost Late for School really uite and endures Clea s words then goes out on her later on She falls for things uite easily and in some ways she Seduced by My Doms (The Doms of Genesis, reminds me of myself She is very kind and loving towards people and animals alike She doesn t care what people say about her but she despises it when people talk about her friends She s even gained a lot of guts throughout the book towards the end There was just something about Bryn just the way she acted and treated everything She had an innocence about her there were things she didn t know and didn t understand She knew nothing of manners or elouence She wore filthy The Certainty of Violet and Luke (Volume 5) rags and did innocent things without a care in the world Being the daughter of a stonecutter Kane Richards Must Die really caused flame to go her way and despite how much she went through she hung on Clea M-am săturat să fiu prost rich kid and people like that just Love in the Light (Hearts in Darkness, really want me to The Protestant Temperament really wish Bryn had done something to her in the beginning of the book when she first met her but I was uite content with Clea getting cursed by her own feather She honestly didn t even deserve getting the vulture s feather Why would someone like her get a feather that has too much power for her own good She always ganged up on Bryn and her friend Dawn She had lured Bryn to believe that she Some Kind of Wonderful really wanted a friend and wanted to show Bryn her feather Bryn of course fell for it although she was skeptical at first Then when Bryn laid eyes on the feather Clea curse Bryn I Cabin 28 really don t like her If she was সোনালী দিন যায় reacted when Bryn would follow them For example This plume shown through the cold as though from within by silvery fire The constant use of the similes kept me into the book despite how tempting it was to put the book down It s just a good book all together and I Native Son recommend that if you want a book that is different from most fantasy then this book is the one for you But it s not the best one just letting you know

review ê eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Victoria Hanley

The Oracle; a training school for future priests and priestesses But her innately gifted nature proves a threat to the evil embedded within the Temple and Br. The Seer and the Sword is one of my favorite fantasy books of all time and when I found out it was a trilogy I was beyond thrilled I enjoyed the second book in the series The Healer s Keep a lot as well This book was good and I liked it but it is not related to the other two books at all There is an offhand reference to the kingdom of Bellandria where the first two books are set near the end of the book and that s it as far as I can tell The story was interesting enough and the political situation was well developed and explained I liked Bryn as a heroine as well Honestly the book is good but calling it a companion novel to The Seer and the Sword was a bit of a turn off for me 35 stars