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  • Publisher‏:‎ Sourcebooks Landmark (June 4, 2013)
  • Publication date‏:‎ June 4, 2013
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1729 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 545 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

The Firebird (Slains Book 2)

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  1. The Firebird is my introduction to Susanna Kearsley s writing History, mystery, and smarty pantsery characters appeal to me, especially when there s a supernatural element to their story, and this story s mixture did not disappoint me The characters, those completely fictitious as well as based on real people, all came to life on the page because their emotions and thoughts, from subtle to intense, were so well developed.Not being familiar with the era and settings of this story, I was thankful [...]


  2. Having read the Winter Sea, I was looking forward to the Firebird because I was very interested in knowing what became of Anna, the daughter of the protagonists in Slains 1, and hoped for a glimpse or two of them It does deliver in that regard, but I wish she had incorporated some of the contemporary players in The Winter Sea and Shadowy Horses as well Although the book kept me interested as far as the historical part of the dual timeline, It was ultimately a bit of a let down Kearsley is so met [...]


  3. From Nicola and Rob s psychic abilities to the way the Jacobite revolution is connected in the past storyline to what a dreamboat Rob is, I could not get enough of this story I had no idea Jacobites were in Russia so I learned a ton via the past storyline Sometimes when you re reading a past present novel, you re into one storyline but in this case, they both held my attention Reading about Anna s upbringing and how she ultimately landed in Russia and then met swoon worthy Ned was fascinating Th [...]


  4. Are you looking for a book to sweep you away This is a very engaging story with a contemporary romance, loads of history including a mystery and another love story and paranormal elements of clairvoyance that can cross time periods The first book of this loosely tied series was set in Scotland at Slains Castle in contemporary time and at the time of the Jacobites Our mystery begins when a Scottish woman brings a carving of what she says is a firebird for appraisal to Claire s firm Her family leg [...]


  5. I deliberately held back quite some time from reading this book Some said it was simply another great novel by Susanna Kearsley with not much to do with The Winter Sea, others said that it was a sequel of sorts.I m certainly in the latter camp, as in this book we return to find what happened to young Anna Moray Thank goodness I enjoyed the contemporary characters much in this novel than I had in any of the others, especially seeing a grown up Rob from The Shadowy Horses again with his equally ta [...]


  6. I have loved Susanna Kearsley s books since I first read Mariana years ago However,I gave up on The Firebird about a third of the way through The beginning seemed somewhat unbelievable Nicola setting off from London to Scotland on a whim without even an overnight bag what woman sets off on a journey like that without even a toothbrush, not to mention a change of undies and from then on it went downhill for me The Psychometry thing was just a bit too contrived, I felt, and like some other reviewe [...]