Jan 29, 2014

Sign of Seven Trilogy by Nora Roberts

Blood Brothers: Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen. It began when three young boys - Caleb, Fox, and Gage - went on a camping trip to the Pagan Stone. This modern-day legend draws reporter and author Quinn Black to Hawkins Hollow with the hope of making the eerie happening the subject of her new book. It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins, descendent of the town founders, has already seen and felt the stirrings of evil. Cal will need the help of his best friends, but surprisingly he must rely on Quinn as well. The Hollow: As the dreaded seventh month looms before them, Caleb, Fox, and Gage can feel the storm brewing. But this year, they are better prepared, joined in their battle by three women who have come to The Hollow. Since that day at The Pagan Stone, town lawyer Fox has been able to see into others? minds, a talent he shares with Layla. He must earn her trust, because their link will help fight the darkness that threatens to engulf the town. The Pagan Stone: Though Gage and Cybil share the gift of seeing the future, that's all they share. But Gage knows that a woman like Cybil ? with her brains and strength and devastating beauty ? can only bring him luck. Good or bad has yet to be determined ? and could mean the difference between absolute destruction or an end to the nightmare for Hawkins Hollow.




I borrowed the text from the Bookdepository where I purchased this trilogy. These books are so good! They are like an old fashioned horror movie. These days they have much better special effects, but somehow these older films are scarier. This story has that terrifying atmosphere. I loved the connection between the six main characters and how piece by piece the solution revealed itself. I could totally picture the town, the people, the houses, etc. It was very real. Something that could have happened. These books are gripping page turners with a very well executed story. I'm not going to say more about it as I don't want to spoil anything, but I think you should read these books.

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