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Born in Trilogy | Nora Roberts
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Sometimes a fire can be born in ice Nora Roberts has brought the charaters to life in this trilogy. It is the first time a book has been so graphic I could see the people and the places they are.
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It is also the fitrst time a book has brought tears to my eyes. The whole trilogy is a great read, but this book was a stand out. I gave it 3 stars because the book itself is great. Unfortunately the reader leaves a bit to be desired - his voice is harsh and abrasive; and his speech is clipped, often cutting off his words abruptly - maybe it should have been read by a woman or a man with a softer voice?