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Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland's breathtaking Nine Kingdoms saga, which follows the daughter of a dreamweaver and the son of a mage as they struggle to save the realm from a magic as dark as it is powerful. With each page, each powerful rune, she and R. With each page, each powerful rune, she and Ruith are being led somewhere, to someone-but by whom, she cannot tell.

Sarah's gift of sight only allows her to see the spells themselves, not the person behind them. A reluctant sorcerer still learning to trust his own magic, Ruithneadh of Ceangail knows he's woefully unprepared for the adversaries they'll face.

But he and Sarah must collect and destroy his father Gair's spells soon. Many mages seek their power, and in the wrong hands, Gair's magic would plunge the Nine Kingdoms into an eternity of darkness. But as they pursue the final spells-acquiring strange companions, welcome allies, and unexpected foes along the way-Sarah and Ruith realize that their true quest has only just begun.

The real enemy is closer, darker, and more power hungry than they ever imagined; and until he is defeated, the fate of the Nine Kingdoms hangs in dire peril.

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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Gift of Magic by Lynn Kurland. With each page, each powerful rune, she and R Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland's breathtaking Nine Kingdoms saga, which follows the daughter of a dreamweaver and the son of a mage as they struggle to save the realm from a magic as dark as it is powerful.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Nine Kingdoms 6. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Gift of Magic , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Gift of Magic Nine Kingdoms, 6. Jan 03, The Window Seat rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

This was the book that was going to make all the wait worthwhile. This was going to be Ruith and Sarah's chance to shine. But, I don't think it is. I think that, in the world of the Nine Kingdoms, Ruith and Sarah are destined to be shadows.

And for me, from my place as captain of Team Ruith, it is a little upsetting. So, we left Sarah and Ruith at a pretty good spot. At the end of Spellweaver, Ruith had admitted his feelings for Sarah, made it clear he wanted to marry her, and she had tentatively accepted.

But first, they knew, they would have to finish their quest. The pages from Gair's book would need to be collected and then destroyed. But Sarah and Ruith knew they needed to do this together. Her sight and his magic were the only way that they would be able to complete their quest and save the Nine Kingdoms from the threat of evil. View all 3 comments. Jan 17, Jill Furedy rated it it was ok. I haven't been impressed with the second Nine Kingdoms trilogy, so it was no surprise I didn't care for the final book.

I got tired of things being blatantly stated and then two paragraphs later everyone is startled by the same revelation. Or the never ending admiration for everyone's beauty. Or the repeated doubts of overtly stated love. Or the fact that everyone is royalty but no one wants to be. I was excited that Miach and Morgan showed up, but they weren't in it nearly long enough.

And I cl I haven't been impressed with the second Nine Kingdoms trilogy, so it was no surprise I didn't care for the final book. And I clearly wasn't following the plot properly, as they were chasing spells on a quest that they could only do alone: until they decide, eh, okay, you should help us And the goal of gathering spells, but only to destroy them as a complete set Morag's stint as a bad guy turned out as useless as the bad guy from the first trilogy Ditto Urchaid.

As was the conclusion of the book really. Ruith's solution was far too easy to defeat all the evil and powerful magic that should have been in play plus what happened to Doire being a magic sink? There were spells aplenty! And speaking of holes in the plot Kurland created a lot of interesting places Wegner and Nicholas's castles, Hearn's horse stables, then the hidden cave set up we see briefly here.

But we skim past them. The characters would have to be more interesting to take full advantage of the settings anyway.

Other reviews say there will be a third trilogy. I'm not sure if I will check it out Shelves: fantasy , favorite-series , romance , supernatural. I have been caught up in this series for awhile now and enjoyed every minute of it.

This the third book of the second trilogy, each trilogy featuring a different couple, but they are taking place almost at the same time and in the same world. The characters, both the major and the minor ones are interwoven between the stories. I have read some reviews of these books from people who did not care for them, but they seem to very often just not be their kind of books. This series is a romance but a I have been caught up in this series for awhile now and enjoyed every minute of it.

This series is a romance but a they are sweet and chaste, not torrid and earth shattering like so often found in romance novels these days. In a way they are simple except that the stories are complex with many goods and evils running back and forth throughout. So what is simple? The slow developing, predictable and yet beautiful romances between the two main characters. I just liked being along for the ride and could not wait for a bit of time to pick the book s up again.

I loved the complex names that I mostly could not pronounce but they slid nicely across my mind. In my mind's eye I could see the amazing Nine Kingdoms with magic gently flowing from fingertips and then often crashing through walls.

I suppose this all comes down to the fact I really enjoy this author's way of combining a clean romance with magic and fantasy. In this book we follow once more Sarah and Ruith on their quest to find and destroy his father Gair's spells.

The mystery of who is the real enemy and how to stop him comes to a climax in this book, and I will not do a spoiler here. Again Miach enters into this story, and I would be lying if I did not admit he is my favorite character in this series.

I will re-read I am sure many times the first three books and the story of Miach and Morgan. Ruith is Morgan's brother and long ago boyhood friend of Miach, but he was for many years thought to have died along with his parents at the well where his father called forth the blackest of magic. This was my favorite of the trilogy featuring Sarah and Ruith. I thought the series was over when I finished this one, but no, there is one more book out.

Dreamspinner It is the first of the next trilogy and the story of Runach, brother to Morgan and Ruith. I hope there are many more. I would like a book about Weger - a very unique character who is in all of these books.

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Review: “Gift of Magic,” Lynn Kurland

With each page, each powerful rune, she and Ruith are being led somewhere, to someone—but by whom, she cannot tell. But as they pursue the final spells—acquiring strange companions, welcome allies, and unexpected foes along the way—Sarah and Ruith realize that their true quest has only just begun. The real enemy is closer, darker, and more power hungry than they ever imagined; and until he is defeated, the fate of the Nine Kingdoms hangs in dire peril. Lynn Kurland is the national bestselling author of seven novels and four novellas.

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Gift of Magic

Gift of Magic is the latest installment in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland's breathtaking Nine Kingdoms saga, which follows the daughter of a dreamweaver and the son of a mage as they struggle to save the realm from a magic as dark as it is powerful. With each page, each powerful rune, she and Ruith are being led somewhere, to someone-but by whom, she cannot tell. Sarah's gift of sight only allows her to see the spells themselves, not the person behind them. A reluctant sorcerer still learning to trust his own magic, Ruithneadh of Ceangail knows he's woefully unprepared for the adversaries they'll face. But he and Sarah must collect and destroy his father Gair's spells soon. Many mages seek their power, and in the wrong hands, Gair's magic would plunge the Nine Kingdoms into an eternity of darkness.

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By Lynn Kurland. With each page, each powerful rune, she and Ruith are being led somewhere, to someone-but by whom, she cannot tell. Sarah's gift of sight only allows her to see the spells themselves, not the person behind them. A reluctant sorcerer still learning to trust his own magic, Ruithneadh of Ceangail knows he's woefully unprepared for the adversaries they'll face.

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Pros: A lovely story… Cons: …caught short by a couple of late-blooming cliches Rating: 3 out of 5. Novel number six, to be exact. While it is surprisingly possible to do so there are some good in-narration summaries of previous events early on , this is definitely a complex world with a lot going on. So do try to track down the previous books and start there. If nothing else, I had a great deal of trouble keeping all of the characters straight.

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