Flame of Sevenwaters

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Flame of Sevenwaters

Flame of Sevenwaters Maeve daughter of Lord Sean of Sevenwaters was badly burned as a child and carries the legacy of that fire in her crippled hands After ten years she s returning home a courageous forthright woman

  • Title: Flame of Sevenwaters
  • Author: Juliet Marillier
  • ISBN: 9780451464804
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Maeve, daughter of Lord Sean of Sevenwaters, was badly burned as a child and carries the legacy of that fire in her crippled hands After ten years she s returning home, a courageous, forthright woman But while her body s scars have healed, her spirit remains fragile, fearing the shadows of her past.Sevenwaters is in turmoil The fey prince Mac Dara is desperate to see hiMaeve, daughter of Lord Sean of Sevenwaters, was badly burned as a child and carries the legacy of that fire in her crippled hands After ten years she s returning home, a courageous, forthright woman But while her body s scars have healed, her spirit remains fragile, fearing the shadows of her past.Sevenwaters is in turmoil The fey prince Mac Dara is desperate to see his only son, married to Maeve s sister, return to the Otherworld To force Lord Sean s hand, Mac Dara has caused a party of innocent travelers on the Sevenwaters border to vanish only to allow their murdered bodies to be found one by one.When Maeve finds a body in a remote part of the woods, she and her brother, Finbar, embark on a journey that could bring about the end of Mac Dara s reign or lead to a hideous death If she is successful, Maeve may open the door to a future she has not dared to believe possible.

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    1. Carla *Jen7waters* on said:

      Before reading it:WANT!* * *After reading it:My goodness, everything is Sevenwaters and everything hurts.I mean, the last Sevenwaters book---… okay, maybe it’s not the last one—who knows---, but I can’t help but feel like it’s the end of the world somehow. Without a surprise, Flame was an emotional journey for me, 20% because of Maeve, 70% because of other characters and references to previous books in the series, and 10% just because you know I was in possession of a brand new JM book [...]

    2. Emma Deplores Goodreads Censorship on said:

      I can't tell you how much I've loved the original Sevenwaters trilogy, all of which are still among my favorite books. For that reason I've read most of Marillier's other works, which range from good to mediocre. Seer of Sevenwaters was disappointing, but I hoped it was an outlier: after all, Seer is a middle book and Marillier wrote it during cancer treatment. And I'd been hoping for years for a book about Maeve. As it turns out, Flame is a lot like Seer.In Flame of Sevenwaters, Maeve--the sist [...]

    3. Kay on said:

      OMFG, ANOTHER SEVENWATERS BOOK?!?!Ms. Marillier, I only have one thing to say to you:

    4. Allison on said:

      No, it's not the same caliber as the original Sevenwaters trilogy, but that's a pretty high standard to live up to. The later three books are more along the lines of YA Fantasy, not as complex or deeply emotional, but still superior to others in their class. I ate all three of them up, and I still hope she'll come back to this world again at some point because it will be like coming home again.

    5. Magrat Ajostiernos on said:

      Creo que es mi preferido de la segunda trilogía de Sieteaguas, Marillier le ha dado un muy buen final a la saga.Lo que más me ha gustado es que Maeve es una protagonista muy diferente, es una novela más pausada que las demás y por suerte el romance no es ni de lejos tan importante como en los libros anteriores. Las últimas 150 páginas no podía parar de leer y hay unos buenos giros que te dejan en plan WTF, como siempre.Voy a echar mucho de menos esta saga fantástica llena de leyendas y c [...]

    6. Sarah on said:

      PROBABLE SPOILERS AHEAD.I would just like to preface this review by briefly saying how much I love Daughter of the Forest and Son of the Shadows, and how much I respect both Ms. Marillier and the writing she gave us in both of those books, which remain, easily, two of my favorites of all time.I approached Flame of Sevenwaters uneasily. The last two or three (I remain unconvinced about Child of the Prophecy) books I have read from Ms. Marillier have left me unsatisfied. I truly believe that somet [...]

    7. Hannah on said:

      So good. SO good. No other words. Except that I hope there will continue to be more. Really, if this series went on forever, I'll be beyond happy. Thank you, Ms. Marillier, from the bottom of my heart, for your wonderful, magical, beautiful, sweeping tales of Sevenwaters.

    8. Inês Ferreira on said:

      This book would be fine if it wasn't for the weird romance that happened.

    9. TheBookSmugglers on said:

      Originally reviewed on The Book SmugglersMaeve, the fourth daughter of Lord Sean and Lady Aisling of Sevenwaters, has lived apart from her immediate family for ten years. As a child Maeve fell victim to a terrible fire, scarring her face and body and costing her the use of her hands. For ten years since, Maeve has lived with her Aunt Liadan and Uncle Bran in Britain - sent away by her parents at first in the hopes that Liadan would be able to find a salve or poultice that could help Maeve heal a [...]

    10. Leila on said:

      I have read quite a few of Juliet Marillier's books and enjoyed them a lot. She is a gifted writer. This one took me a lot longer to finish and although I found it worth the read, I did not think it was as good as the books I previously really liked. The central character is Maeve, daughter of Lord Sean of Sevenwaters. Badly burned in her childhood her hands remain crippled. Physically scarred by the traumas of her past, Maeve is also emotionally scarred by the traumas of her past. She embarks o [...]

    11. Paige on said:

      Can't wait for this to come out November 6th!Update- Wow, what a whirlwind ending to the Sevenwaters series! Loved this story, although I predicted too much for there to be much surprise at the end. I still had doubts about my guesses though, so it wasn't COMPLETELY predictable. I loved the dogs and the time spent in the Otherworld. I feel like I got to know the Fair Folk better than ever. I really enjoyed the descriptions of their halls and appearances. Mark Maeve down as another strong, brave [...]

    12. Kate Forsyth on said:

      Yippee! As far as I’m concerned, Juliet Marillier could bring out a new book every week and I’d be happy. I (like many, many other people) particularly love her books set at Sevenwaters. This new novel is number six. Each can be read alone, but they are definitely best read in order.The heroine of this book is Maeve, who in an earlier book was badly burned while trying to rescue her dog from a fire. She was crippled as a result, her hands twisted into stiff and useless claws. For me, this ga [...]

    13. Cat on said:

      I have to confess I was a little unsure if it was a good idea to plunge into this Juliet Marillier book. The last one I had read, Seer of Sevenwaters, felt a bit of a letdown when compared to what Marillier got her readers used to in the first three books of the Sevenwaters trilogy. So, it was a pleasant surprise to see that the author was able to capture the essence of those books. Even if the formula is pretty much de same: a daughter of the house of Sevenwaters must overcome her fears in some [...]

    14. Stephanie on said:

      Updated - Nov 7, 2012Another solid book from Marillier! I enjoyed this more than the last Sevenwaters book featuring Sibeal. It didn't quite capture all the magic of some of the earlier books, but I still found myself enchanted with the Sevenwaters clan and eagerly staying up late to drink in the latest saga. I liked Maeve, as we've heard brief asides from her since book 3 but never really knew how she fared. I enjoyed her relationship with Finbar, and did not see (view spoiler)[her falling in l [...]

    15. Dakota★Magic in Every Book on said:

      I am so glad I managed to get all the Sevenwaters books in hardcover. I sincerely adored each and every one of the six books, and I'm definitely glad Marillier didn't stop after the first trilogy, because the second trilogy was also supremely excellent, and I love how everything ends.

    16. Filipa on said:

      Ai o fim de Sevenwaters, tão emocionante! Uma das melhores séries de fantasia de todo o sempre.

    17. Karen Brooks on said:

      What can I say? Oh. Wow. Talk about conjuring mixed emotions in the reader. I feel like either donning black and keening or dancing wildly through the room. I want to do the former because Flame of Sevenwaters is, I believe, the final book in this sublime series, and kick my heels up because it was so exquisitely beautiful. This novel tells the story of Maeve, one of Lord Sean’s daughters who, in an earlier novel, Child of the Prophecy, was badly disfigured as the consequence of a fire ten yea [...]

    18. Kyla on said:

      Spoilers! I hate that I'm rating this as a 3. well okay. it was good, kind of. and probably would have been a four but.ually in Marillier's books you get to know both your strong female as well as the strong male she falls for. there was very little of that this time arounde love interest justears. both times. and I know nothing about him aside from he is loyal, in another form so he must be in reality? that left me wanting. majorly. the climax in the otherworld was also really difficult to invi [...]

    19. Afton Nelson on said:

      This review will contain spoilers.I love this author and will continue to pick up any book that she writes. She does character like no one else. She lets me get inside and understand their hopes and fears and dreams. I love it. However, in this instance, I was a little tired of Maeve's continual whining about her useless hands. It seemed to be all she ever thought about. Until she ran off after Swift/Finbar/Bear/Badger. Once she began her heroic journey, her hands became much less of an issue. I [...]

    20. Likethereporter on said:

      I love the Sevenwaters world, although, as others have pointed out, the sequels featuring Sean and Aisling's daughters have been far more bland than the original trilogy. Sorcha, Liadan and Fainne, and for that matter Niamh, were clearly drawn individuals with very different characters. In the later books, the characters are looking rather like blurred copies of each other. I found Maeve's rejection of any sort of healing for her hands hard to believe; rejecting it as a bribe was a nice touch, b [...]

    21. Ângela on said:

      “Our family has survived a long time. We’ve weathered battles and transformations, enchantments and floods and fires. We’ve endured being sent away, and we’ve coped with evildoers in our midst. If I were telling a story of Sevenwaters – and it would be a grand epic told over all the nights of a long winter – I would surely end it with a triumph. A happy ending, all well, puzzles solved, enemies defeated, the future stretching ahead bright and true. With new challenges and new adventu [...]

    22. Li Wen on said:

      I've read most of the books in Juliet Marillier's Sevenwaters series, and I thought it would be criminal not to write at least one review after how much I adored her books.I have to admit that I am an absolute romantic. I LOVE love stories. When this book didn't seem to have one developing I was rather disappointed (although some kind of interest was expressed towards Luachan, it didn't seem to be developing). It is a testament to Marillier's craft that I kept on reading the book despite the see [...]

    23. Jay T on said:

      the original trilogy holds a place of honor on my bookshelf and a special place in my heart and helped me through hard times. the Heir to Sevenwaters I loved as much if not more than the first 3. Seer of sevenwaters was a different pace but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I was so excited for this book- I wish I could have enjoyed it-I really tried to but by the end I wanted to get it over with so I could start reading something else. I actually feel awful for not liking it. it lacked the reading [...]

    24. Lara on said:

      Almost a five star book for me, butwards the end Marillier really kind of lost me. I feel like I can't really say why without spoilers so if you wanna get spoiled, here you go: (view spoiler)[Basically, the romance is what ruined this book for me a little. I mean, one minute Bear is a dog, the next he's a man, and first thing, Bear-man proposes, and instantly Maeve is in love 4-EVAR! Whaaaaat? It felt ridiculous to me. I knew all along who Bear and Badger actually were, so the whole dog-turns-in [...]

    25. Scarlett Pulsipher on said:

      I always know that I'm going to enjoy Juliet Marillier's books, but I count this one among my favorites of hers, if not the #1 favorite. What connected to me in this, beyond the wonderful characters we read about in each other, was the continued theme of dogs. I am an avid dog lover myself, and many of the feelings that Maeve feels illustrate exactly my feelings about my dog.And I was surprised by the twist! I tend to be able to figure out what's going to happen, and maybe I should have with thi [...]

    26. Noel on said:

      Flame of Sevenwaters is very similar to the previous two books in that it takes a long time to get going. The last quarter however, is full of all the wonderful I expect from a Juliet Marillier book. Even though the last three books of the Sevenwaters series are no where near as amazing as the first three, they are still beautiful stories, and it is bittersweet to finally reach the end. Juliet Marillier is such a great writer. I highly recommend her books.

    27. Lauren on said:

      3.5I always enjoy the writing in Juliet Marillier's books, but the plots in the Sevenwaters series have become less compelling over time. I did enjoy Maeve as the main character in this book, and I especially liked the resolution of Ciaran's plotline, but many other elements felt a little bit bland. The love interest in this one is especially tacked on and I found myself wishing that it had either been left out entirely, or hinted at for the future without showing us actual resolution. Overall a [...]

    28. Tania on said:

      I have read 13 books by Juliet Marillier, so you could say I'm a bit of a fan. I relish her specific mix of fantasy and historical fiction. The Sevenwater series has always been my favorite, especially Daughter of the forest and Seer of Sevenwaters. Flame of Sevenwaters unfortunately was not quite of the same standard as these two. I still enjoyed the book but could not quite connect with Mauve. I very much look forward to getting to know Finbar better in the next book (I hope). 3.5 stars

    29. Xana on said:

      Juliet Marillier é, sem dúvida, a minha escritora preferida. A minha estreia com os livros dela foi justamente a inicial trilogia de sevenwaters, e adorei mesmo. Os 2 lançados depois não foram tão bons, mas este agarrou-me qse tanto como os 3 primeiros.Maeve é uma personagem apaixonante! Mas há outras personagens maravilhosas, como Finbar e Urso e tantas outrasCheio de reviravoltas, é um livro que aconselho sem reservas adorei!!!

    30. Jewel on said:

      3.5 starsEven though there were a few dull moments I cried at the end

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