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Three Fates by Nora Roberts
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Feb 22, 09

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Ahhh...what to say about this utterly brilliant book? There are many, but I'll try to keep it short...The "New Age" Nora is no way even close to the her older works. It's sad to think the younger generation will brush this great author off after reading her recent novels and will miss out on her greatness. I really think it's going to be rare in a couple of years that anyone under the age of 25 will even consider picking up something like "Three Fates" to just pass the time. (Sorry...didn't mean to get into all that)...
Stories like these are so few and far between, and should be read by anyone who enjoys getting lost in a book, a good long romance and of course writing at it's best. She could have made a Trilogy from this but she didn't...Nora gave us 3 books in one, and let me tell you it was great!

Here's my favorite line from the book...I don't think I'll ever forget it..."You spend your life getting walked on, you learn to recognize the tread" Don't you love that? I think I'll add that to my favorite quotes!

I very much recommend this one to all my friends =)
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Miss Kim I need to check this one out! this is one of hers that I've missed so far. I do agree with your commentary about her newer books. I dolike them, but not as much as say the ones 10 years ago.


Barbara M. I agree! Her newer books aren't even in the same ballpark as her older ones. I've often commented that at times it doesn't even read like her work. I really think you would enjoy "Three Fates". I will say it starts off kind of slow, but she's just building the story, and boy when it starts it's a tough one to put down =)


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