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Tomorrow's Memories (The Eternal Cycle #2)

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4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Havoc...Destruction...Revenge... With triumph heavy on their hearts, Kara O'Keefe and the survivors from the battle atop Yesterday's Dreams rush to Ireland and Tr na ng, carrying with them a weapon feared by gods and men. There they seek solace and healing for their warriors, and a miracle for Patrick, Kara's father, mortally wounded in the battle. What they find is a sieg ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Mundania Press LLC
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Ms. Ackley-McPhail brings us back to the world of the O’Keefe family, the Sidhe, and the sons of Carman in “Tomorrow’s Memories”, book two in the Eternal Cycle Series. Kara O’Keefe, who has a destiny greater than she knows, her family, Maggie (her family’s protector), and some of the Sidhe living in the new world have traveled to Ireland and Tir na nOg. They meet with the Smithgod, to see if he can help Patrick O’Keefe, Kara’s father and help the group fight against an unknown enemy. Yet the ene ...more
Louise
None of the characters are likeable, the first 10% was a rehash of the last book, the first 40% could have been severely shortened (nothing happens!) and when the story finally picks up it really isn't that interesting since I don't care about any of the really annoying characters!

And I really wanted to love this series! I love the whole Irish/Gaelic mythology bit which is the only reason it got two stars from me.
Helen
The artist in me itches to have a crack at some of the vivid images that are filling my brain after reading this book.

The schoolmarm in me will always hate that the spell-check programs that have replaced proofreaders can let a snipe hunt slip by as a "snip hunt" or let "that" stand in for "than." It grates these nerves and happens all too frequently, no matter how a book is published. Still, there were far fewer in this sequel than the first edition of the first book in the series. More on a pa
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Award-winning author Danielle Ackley-McPhail has worked both sides of the publishing industry for longer than she cares to admit. Currently, she is a project editor and promotions manager for Dark Quest Books.

Her published works include five urban fantasy novels, Yesterday's Dreams, Tomorrow's Memories, Today’s Promise, The Halfling’s Court: and The Redcaps’ Queen: A Bad-Ass Faerie Tale. She is a
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