Book Reviews of The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters
The Three Sisters
Author: Rebecca Locksley
ISBN-13: 9780380814008
ISBN-10: 0380814005
Publication Date: 3/2004
Pages: 512
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Eos
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Not a great book, It was okay. It is written like the first in a series. It has some interesting characters but they aren't developed very well.
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Helpful Score: 2
I just finished this book. It was an interesting concept, but I felt that it was lacking in delivery. I felt that there was a lot missing,and kept waiting for it to unfold.But it didn't and it seemed that it should have a sequel. You never really find out what happens to the main charters in the end, or why things happened in the first place. It wasn't very well explained. Also I thought that the author just kind of wrapped things up to just end the story. The charters were interesting, but really needed to be more developed. I wish the author had taken the time to do so. It could have been a great book, or series. Pretty disappointed.I wouldn't recommend it to a friend, which is a bummer since it's on my bookshelf.
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Helpful Score: 1
Very captivating read. If you love magic and fantasy then you will absolutely devour this book. Tells the tale of three sisters, each with their own different parts of the book, while they battle in fierce wars of the heart and for their virtue. The book skips around just a little bit but if you can keep up with it, its a wonderful read :)
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Helpful Score: 1
"Rebecca Locksley writes with a freshness and vigor rare in today's crowded market. Her characters are a dextrous mixture of the astute, the delightful, and the deceptive." - Sara Douglass
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I really liked this book. I wish the author had more books published.
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Once Tari ruled in the land of Yamar- a mysterious race of visionaries and healers whose has since faded into legend. The the armies of Mir came to destroy and enslave. Now, in their relentless drive for domination, the despised Mirayan Prince Scravan and his loyal duke, Wolf Madraga, have both claimed a prize beyond compare. She is called Elena Starchild,the betweitching wife of a newly slain woodlands leader. Ahe is Tari, possessing a "fatal beauty" that confounds and obsesses her lustful captors. And she will not be abandoned. Drwan from their island sanctuary and called by their sister's plight a warrior and a sorcerous return to an oppressed land ,carrying with them the magic of hope, spirt, and glorious rebellion.