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The Selkie Sorceress (Seal Island Trilogy) (Volume 3) by Sophie Moss (2013-04-20)

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  • By Loves to Read on April 25, 2013

    I've been waiting for Book 3 of this trilogy since I read the first two, and I downloaded it the moment I saw it was for sale on Kindle. I read it in two sittings because I couldn't put it down. Like the other books in this series, I was totally swept away by this magical story. I don't typically read fantasy, but I highly recommend this series if you like Irish settings and characters, and stories about selkies and mermaids with an adult plot and adult characters. This could be a stand alone book as the author hits on most of the plot points from the past, but I recommend starting at the beginning and reading all three books so you don't miss out on the beautiful writing and the buildup to the finale in this book. There are romantic situations in this book (in the two previous as well), but the scenes are written tastefully and are not overly graphic. Without giving away a spoiler, I have a feeling the author may be continuing with this series, or will start a new "Irish" series with a character mentioned at the end of this book. I really hope so! I feel sad to be leaving these characters behind and want to continue reading about the people connected to Seal Island.

  • By Guest on April 17, 2014

    But the door is open for more. One would hope it is fresh & does not get mired down in repeat type presentations.This book indeed is well worth the read..best if you have followed the series in order. It can stand alone but like most ofthis type of writing it is intended that the reader already be familiar with the characters & settings by this point. One thing I find disturbing is the re-introduction of characters..but realize that is necessary for the novel to live as a stand alone. Perhaps these authors should just publish & release as a set? I would recommend Ms Moss to most reader..but do not get these novels if the idea of magick ...evil & magickal powers is disturbing to you. It exists in our world but if one prefers to ignore then that is their right.

  • By funky_town on May 1, 2013

    I've read all 3 books of the Selkie trilogy and have absolutely enjoyed every one of them.The Selkie Sorceress wrapped up the legend that began in The Selkie Spell and continued in The Selkie Enchantress.All 3 of these books capture the loving spirit of the Irish people and the sense of community that we found when we visited Ireland. Knowing how the Irish love their legends, these books pulled me right back into the wonderful memories I have of that country.You don't have to love Ireland to read this and enjoy it ~ you just have to want to read an exciting story that is full of adventure, love and magical fantasy. Try it, you'll love it!Just a piece of advice, if you haven't read the first 2 books you might want to start with number 1 as I think it would be hard to follow if you just started with number 3.

  • By Jenn on January 29, 2015

    Nice trilogy...Well thought out and developed stories. I really cared about the characters, of course you couldn't help but root for them all. The books had enough depth to the plots to keep the mystery going until the last book without leaving a frustrating cliff hanger ending in the first two books in the series. I'm a tiny bit disappointed it wasn't just one long book even though I gladly bought them all!Sofia please write more books, I like your style. Entertain me and keep me interested.

  • By Rachel Nicole on May 4, 2013

    Sophie does it again!I fell in love with Sophie's special voice on the first pages of the The Selkie Spell and ever since then I've been hooked on the Sea Island Trilogy.The Selkie Sorceress--the third installment--did not disappointed. Sophie ties together a wide cast of characters we've grown to love but still presents a compelling and complex love story between Glenna and Sam. Sam is the hero we all want--fiercely loyal, protective, loving, and handsome. Glenna has many dark secrets that drive her. And the reader is really drawn into her unique story. Sophie really turned up the heat and this book is something very special. I can't wait to see what is next from Sophie.

  • By voracious reader on May 24, 2014

    By the time I get to this book, after reading the two before it, I am hooked. I have to know what happens to finish out the tale, or tail. ahem. The fantasy takes off to realms that I would not have been able to follow, had I not been so deeply enthralled with the characters. Wild fantasy fairy tales with such beautiful Celtic spice are brought down to earth by it being the reality of the characters we have already grown to love. I struggled with the romance angle of this story, a bit, not quite convinced of their connection until later. Which was, of course, elemental to the story, and had to be written that way to keep us guessing. Another thing I liked, that would be a major spoiler if I shared too much, was the way my mind changed toward the characters through out the trilogy. This book was a perfect close to a beautiful trilogy. I can't wait to revisit Seal Island in the future.

  • By Lori Fitzgerald on June 4, 2013

    Each one of the characters that I have grown to love throughout the Seal Island trilogy has a special part to play in the larger story of the conflict between the Sea Witch, the selkies, and the mermaids that unfolds in The Selkie Sorceress, and they rally together to fight for each other and their island home. Ultimately this action-packed book is a powerfully touching story of the bonds of love between family and community. Sophie Moss does a wonderful job of unfolding the mysterious connection among the selkies, the fairy tale of The Little Mermaid, and Dominic and Liam's lost mother Brigid in surprising and satisfying pieces sprinkled with Irish myth and folk traditions throughout her narrative. You can read my full review with links to Sophie Moss's website and her stunning Pinterest boards on my blog www.WhiteRavenWriting.blogspot.com.


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