Spellweaver (Nine Kingdoms #5)



The New York Times Bestselling Author Returns To The Nine Kingdoms For Another Spellbinding Story Of Magical Romance Ruith Had Long Managed To Ignore The Magic In His Veins, Until Aiding Sarah With Her Ill Fated Quest Forced Him Into Places Where His Heritage Was Impossible To Deny Faced With An Ever Increasing Number Of Enemies Who Covet His Power, Ruith Must Accept His Birthright And Gather His Father S Spells Together, So He Can Destroy Them Or Turn Away And Allow His Father S Evil To Overcome The Nine Kingdoms Now, Ruith And Sarah Must Rely On Each Other Than Ever For Everything They Value Is At Risk The Nine Kingdoms, Their Livesand Their Hearts.Spellweaver (Nine Kingdoms #5)

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Spellweaver (Nine Kingdoms #5)
  • Lynn Kurland
  • English
  • 16 April 2018
  • 0425238636

10 thoughts on “Spellweaver (Nine Kingdoms #5)

  1. says:

    The beginning of this series was absolutely stellar, but as it goes on it s getting kind of old and a bit stale The same themes keep popping up, a person thought to be dead for years has really been in hiding and keeping their identity secret Or person thought to be dead is actually alive but has no knowledge of who they are and then their identity is revealed and they turn out to be long lost royalty Despite that I did still find some aspects of this book very interesting I loved learning a The beginning of this series was absolutely stellar, but as it goes on it s getting kind of old and a bit stale The same themes keep popping up, a person thought to be dead for years has really been in hiding and keeping their identity secret Or person thought to be dead is actually alive but has no knowledge of who they are and then their identity is revealed and they turn out to be long lost royalty Despite that I did still find some aspects of ...

  2. says:

    Can t believe this book was rated so well by so many people I was so annoyed by the repetition in this book First off, by the exact same relationship between Sarah and Ruith as there was between Miach and Morganexcept I liked it better in the first trilogy How many times can they be dazzled by one another s beauty, terrified beyond anything they ve experienced before yes, terrifiedthan they were 20 pages ago, but give them tenpages and it gets EVEN worse , encountering magic t Can t believe this book was rated so well by so many people I was so annoyed by the repetition in this book First off, by the exact same relationship between Sarah and Ruith as there was between Miach and Morganexcept I liked it better in the first trilogy How many times can they be dazzled by one another s beauty, terrified beyond anything they ve experienced before yes, terrifiedthan they were 20 pages ago, but give them tenpages and it gets EVEN worse , encountering magic to a degree never imagined, etc The weird doubting of each other s love and constant disbelief of it got old really quickly They are constantly in new castles keepsamazing than the last, but won t be spoiled by this since who knows when they will have such accomadations again hintyou will in a fewpages I kept forgetting what the goal of all this was, never did understand the terrible idea of collecti...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This review may be rife with spoilers for Spellweaver and the previous Nine Kingdoms books Tread with caution Also note, long review is long Dear Author, I was all prepared to love this book as I had loved Morgan and Miach s books and liked Ruith and Sarah s first book The slight uneasiness I had felt upon reading A Tapestry of Spells, a worry that the characters and story were starting to sound familiar, was easily set aside to immerse myself in the Nine Kingdoms world again Unfortunately, This review may be rife with spoilers for Spellweaver and the previous Nine Kingdoms books Tread with caution Also note, long...

  4. says:

    Spellweaver by Lynn KurlandParanormal Romance Jan 4th, 20114 starsSpellweaver is a part of a spellbinding saga and the 5th in the fantasy series by Lynn Kurland Spellweaver is the 2nd story concerning Sarah of Doire and Ruithneadh of Ceangail The 1st three book concerned Ruith s sister Morgan.Ruith is a powerful mage with elvish magic Handsome and talented, ...

  5. says:

    It s been a couple of years since I read the previous book, so I had forgotten some of the details About midway through the book I realized that this series is actually three trilogies about siblings who share a tragic past and became separated for at least a decade Each book is written so that the action comes to a pause by the end, but nothing is fully resolved until the end of the corresponding trilogy However, I think the entire series revolves around the fallout of the tragic event that It s been a couple of years since I read the previous book, so I had forgotten some of the details About midway through the book I realized that this series is actually three trilogies about siblings who share a tragic past and became separated for at least a decade Each book is written so that the action comes to a pause by the end, but nothing is fully resolved until the end of the corresponding trilogy However, I think the entire series revolves around the fallout of the tragic event that happened all those years in the past.In this book we have Sarah, who can see magic and had an unhappy upbringing, and Ruith, who has been hiding from himself Ruith finds he has to come to terms with himself and his heritage in order to complete his quest and keep Sarah safe Sarah finds herself in one unexpected situation after another While she is strong willed, she isn t trained as anything but weaving So, she is pretty dependent and vulnerable Fortunately, she isn...

  6. says:

    I ve made the mistake of not reviewing this book when I finished it because I put it down and picked up Gift of Magic the 6t and last book in the series the next minute I have been totally into this series since I began reading it five weeks ago I probably have rated them against each other in a way, ending up with giving four of them five stars and two of them four Loved the world, the characters, and the story This fifth book continues with Sarah and Ruith s quest to find all of his evil I ve made the mistake of not reviewing this book when I finished it because I put it down and picked up Gift of Magic the 6t and last book in the series the next minute I have been totally into this series since I began reading it five weeks ago I probably have rated them against each other in a way, ending up with giving four of them five st...

  7. says:

    Nyeh I ve read better She s written better I enjoy the pace and overall charm of the author s work, but it was yet another story about making friends with the author s favorite characters.

  8. says:

    Fifth in the Nine Kingdoms fantasy series revolving around the surviving siblings of the blackest mage known in the history of the Nine Kingdoms it s also a bridge story continuing the adventures of Ruith of Ceangail and Sarah of Do re I also believe it takes place during or shortly after the adventures in Princess of the Sword.My TakePart of what I enjoy about the Nine Kingdoms is the casual manners of its good royals and mages The mischievousness of the main characters as children and th Fifth in the Nine Kingdoms fantasy series revolving around the surviving siblings of the blackest mage known in the history of the Nine Kingdoms it s also a bridge story continuing the adventures of Ruith of Ceangail and Sarah of Do re I also believe it takes place during or shortly after the adventures in Princess of the Sword.My TakePart of what I enjoy about the Nine Kingd...

  9. says:

    Part two of this trilogy within a series takes us a little further on the quest It earns 4.4 stars from me.I love the characters, so I had a hard time putting the book down They keep getting into trouble, but things are looking up because of some decisions they ve made.Lots of fighting with magic in this book which I enjoyed Still not positive how the magic system works, but I am a firm believer that some things are better when NOT explained If yo...

  10. says:

    Not too shabby, but the endless courtship does get a bit tiresome I like Kurland s writing and world building The endless chivalry and admiring each other from afar stuff does get old Which is unfortunate because this series is otherwise quite engaging.Kurland is a great writer, but leans too heavily on the romance, which is her go to thing I understand that, but this series could be so muchthan a light...

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