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The Druid Stone by Heidi Belleau
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Jul 25, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: netgalley, genre-m-m-paranormal, roadtrip, second-chances, other-worlds, profesion-magic-user, gay-men-with-pets, species-fae-other-magical-crea, outside-the-us
Read from July 24 to 25, 2012

I would recommend this book to people who enjoy a plot in a book.
The Druid Stone is an interesting read, with a lot of plot twists and unexpected moments.
It has a strong feel of place, namely Ireland. The authors create a story with, Irish myth and history woven into the our modern world but in Ireland, following Cormac and Sean the veil between our world and the one of magic and sidth seems very thin. As a reader one feels a bit like Alice when reading this book, one falls down the fairy mound and travels to the past and to the fairy world together with the protagonists, while discovering that time and place is not as linear as one assumed.
The book is well written and a lot of thought went into the story, there is a lot of good sexual tension between Cormac and Sean, who have a rough start. Truly it's a good story, though it's not always easy to follow, because one keeps falling further, when the plot thickens and becomes more interwoven and complex.
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