Morrigan's Brood (2020)

Morrigan's Brood Heather Poinsett Dunbar Christopher Dunbar Khanada Taylor Sarah E. Aalderink Dayna Hartley Morrigan s Brood Eire is invaded by a race of blood drinkers seeking an artifact they believe will restore them to power Yet the Deargh Du the protectors of Eire are not prepared to defend the island Only with the h
  • Title: Morrigan's Brood
  • Author: Heather Poinsett Dunbar Christopher Dunbar Khanada Taylor Sarah E. Aalderink Dayna Hartley
  • ISBN: 9780615340425
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
Morrigan's Brood Heather Poinsett Dunbar Christopher Dunbar Khanada Taylor Sarah E. Aalderink Dayna Hartley Eire is invaded by a race of blood drinkers seeking an artifact they believe will restore them to power Yet the Deargh Du, the protectors of Eire, are not prepared to defend the island Only with the help of a Roman general from an earlier time can they hope to rise up against the invaders.
Morrigan's Brood Heather Poinsett Dunbar Christopher Dunbar Khanada Taylor Sarah E. Aalderink Dayna Hartley

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  1. Lisa Carol

    This is a rousing start to a promising series of books.If you love vampires, and ancient history, this is the series for you.Morrigan s Brood gives is a combination of the Celtic and the Greek vampires lines in the World Chris and Heather Dunbar has created.The History and texture of the ancient worlds combined with Vampire mythology gives you a rich tapestry of characters, conflicts and characters that make you want to know I can t wait for Crone of War, to see the next leg of the Character s [...]

  2. StephanieG

    Marcus and Mandubratius are foes that are now immortal blood drinkers from two different lines They both seek an artifact, that in the wrong hands, can tip the power scales to favor the villainous Marcus is a former Roman soldier who you could come to respect and Mandubratius is a Briton you d come to loath This book takes place in the time frame of hundreds of years There are a lot of new people and mystical beings introduced along the way and I did find myself getting confused as to who was w [...]

  3. Janet Blowers

    A very exciting first chapter leads me to believe this will eventually be a great series I will definately keep reading as they come out because the story really started picking up towards the end It was a little slow thru the next few chapters when then spend a great deal of time on historical references and two mens lives in and around ancient Roman Ceasar battles However, all of the history of these two mens lives and battles are important to the plot and it is worth getting thru I loved thei [...]

  4. Charlotte Phillips

    For a book that started of pretty slow, it was actually an engaging and well thought out book It had something very unique to it and yet it could be classified as a fantasy novel I think that a lot of authors are afraid to stand out from the crowd and breach out into the topics that others find hard to focus on admit the first few chapters were really slow moving, and for a while I wondered what I was actually reading At the beginning we find ourselves back in the roman times, where ceaser was p [...]

  5. Aprille

    Morrigan s Brood is a unique story about blood drinkers or commonly known today as vampires The lineages of the vampires were from different gods and goddesses Like gods and goddesses with different natures, each line of blood drinkers also has its strengths and weaknesses On the first few pages of the book,there are the maps and the character guide The addition of these really helped in understanding the story It was difficult for me at first to get a grasp of the whole story because of the ma [...]

  6. Cathi

    I received this book for free through First Reads Morrigan s Brood is about vampires That word is actually never used they re called blood drinkers I enjoyed the story it s different from other vampire books There are several lines or families of blood drinkers, each started by a god or goddess They each have different talents and weaknesses and they don t get along with each other The story starts at the time of Julius Caesar and spans over 500 years Many of the centuries are skipped over compl [...]

  7. Alecia

    I recieved this book through the giveaway, my first one actually Im going to keep my review short so i dont give away any spoilers My first thought, with all of the introductions to the maps, characters, gods and goddesses, blood lines it reminded me of the depth a Tolkien novel would have Well written and extensive research done to bring a true depth to the story and characters Amazing detail bring the cultures to life By the time I got fourth chapter I began to wonder of the blood drinkers wer [...]

  8. Louise

    The detail taken to lend the story a historically accurate feel gives credence to an otherwise fantastical tale of blood drinkers from so many different cultures clashing over land and a lost prize The characters are thoroughly enjoyable even when being ambitious and self serving A very enjoyable read.

  9. Zachary

    I recieved these book when i won Book 3 in a good reads contest I have to say i really enjoyed this book and the story line It is not like most blood drinking books I also enjoy the history that weaved into it.

  10. Jeff

    A book that you need to be prepared to sink your teeth intoMorrigan s Brood combines elements of dark fantasy, historical fiction, and vampire lore to tell a story of lines of blood drinkers in mid 6th century Europe On the first page inside the cover I noticed maps with keys I like this as I can go back and refer to when needed as I m reading A reference like that is valuable for engaging me so I made note that I would be using those The next page was a description of each of the lines of blood [...]

  11. Georgiann Hennelly

    This is a story about blood drinkers or Vampires from two different family lines They each seek an artifact, that if in the wrong hands can tip the power scales to the evil one,s There are a lot of mystical beings and God s, Goddesses introduced along the way The story starts in Julius Cesars time and spans 500 years In the beginning of the book there are maps and a character guide which made it easier for me to follow along I truly enjoyed the book.

  12. Jacqui

    found it hard to get into as the first few chapters have lots of info some male readers would find interesting battles etc the rest of the book was very god strong characters and the sequel is at the top of my to be read pile But first grandchild born on 25th Nov and Christmas festivites means very little time for reading.

  13. M.R. Graham

    A treasure trove of heavy research infused with magic and myth Written in a slightly formal register than I usually like, but well done.

  14. Christopher Dunbar

    Greetings Goodreaders I am Christopher Dunbar, one of the co authors of Morrigan s Brood, and I wanted to provide a brief introduction to the first book in the Morrigan s Brood series.The Morrigan s Brood SeriesThe Morrigan s Brood series combines elements of dark fantasy, historical fiction, and vampire lore to tell a story of lines of blood drinkers, each derived from the gods and goddesses of cultures the world over, vying for control in the ancient world, influencing how history unfolds from [...]

  15. Bianca Weller

    Reading this book was an exercise in patience There was potential for depth, as shown in the research and sheer extent of the blood drinking communities It also held moments of comedic talent, and this was mostly what kept me holding on.However, it also suffered from one dimensional, emotionless characters, and Ma l Muire had to be the worst culprit for this We seem to be told to like this character for her compassion and 21st century open mindedness over and over but she is just so boring.I wou [...]

  16. Amber

    I have some mixed feelings about this In some ways it was really great with complex characters and packed with historical nuances There were of course some paranormal aspects but they blended almost seamlessly into the historical part of the book I loved the idea of this book and loved the creative mixture of vampires and ancient history But the flip side is this was fairly dry and in some parts a little boring It shuffled between a huge host of characters that I at times had think where to plac [...]

  17. Donna Parker

    One consumes books for various reasons pleasure, escape, knowledge, wisdom, laughter, fun, curiousity, distraction, hope, beauty, time fillers, etc I had difficulty figuring out which one this book was I should have loved it The whole supernatural element and such should have made it escapism and pleasure I liked it, but I found it a trudging read at times and the characters lacked dimension, they stubbornly refused me entrance into their heads I was pleased to have won this book from the First [...]

  18. Steven

    Slow to start, but a quarter of the way in BANG I loved this book, all of the vampire races made the story really unique and interesting.I loved the contrast between Mandubratius and Marcus and the intertwining characters that i can t wait to lean about.I can t wait to start the next one

  19. LM

    I m excited to read these books I love Fantasy books, especially when they have vampires in them Just waiting for my copies to arrive in the mail

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