Three Fates

Three Fates

eBook - 2002
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Publisher: New York : Jove Books, c2002.
ISBN: 9781101143100
Characteristics: 467 p. ; 17 cm.
Alternative Title: 3 fates


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Nov 28, 2018

Three Fates combines the lovely Irish background Roberts' has an excellent sense of, in addition to intertwining a group of eclectic characters who are sure to charm you. The added fact that this story is embedded in the historic sinking of the Lusitania. I love the characters, I love the determination, and the willingness to fight not only for family, but love.

Jun 09, 2017

Nora Roberts never fails to write a fascinating story. This was recommended to me and I am so glad I picked it up. I was so into this book that i could not put it down. All the characters were totally interesting and different. I ended up caring about each one of them and how they changed/grew as the story progressed. I give it a 10 Star review (if one went that high).
You will like this one.

Jun 13, 2014

I really liked this was a little long,but awsome how it all fit together

Jun 14, 2012

Quest to recover statue & reunite 'the 3 fates' is the basic plot line. Very predictable canned story, I was pretty disappointed; I'm a big Nora Roberts fan & this is not her best; good for mindless escapism only. Irish characters Malachi, Gideon, & Rebecca are all pretty likeable. Tia was my favorite character; shy, intelligent & totally neurotic, she was about the most realistic character, the others were a bit too over the top to be believable. Read "The Black Hills", "High Noon" or "The Search" by this author. Any 3 of these are great reads, this one is not.

Dec 03, 2009

This is my favorite Nora Roberts book. I love the twist and turns and the connection with each character.

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