Saturday, February 16, 2013


Morrigan by Laura DeLuca
3 Stars
Shuffled from place to place in the foster system, Morrigan doesn't know the meaning of home. Plus, she is different. She has power over fire, the ability to move objects with her mind, and glimpse into the future. Just when she believes her life can’t get any stranger, she discovers her true identity.

Filtiarn, a knight with a dark past and a surprising secret, has been tasked with guiding the heir of Tír na NÓg through countless perils to be returned to her family. Once Morrigan has been reunited with her mother and grandmother, their triad can save the forgotten land of magic from being devoured by an ancient evil.
I got this book as a part of YANR's book tour. Check them out here! 
    This book follows an orphaned teenage girl who has never really belonged. Until, one day, a woman appears in her mirror, claiming to be her mother, and saying that someone would be sent to retrieve and protect her. The minute Morrigan sees Tiarn, here protector, she recognizes him as the man she had been dreaming about and drawing for her entire life. Morrigan goes with Tairn and follows him into Tir na NOg another world completely full with witches, guardians, were wolves and Fae. 
    It took me a while to get into this book. The first fifty or so pages were (to me) boring, and I was easily distracted. However, the more you read, the better it got. It had many twists and turns leading to the final battle of good and evil.  
    I would suggest this book if you are a big fairytale fan, as this book has many witches and werewolves and enchanted lands! I give Morrigan by Laura DeLuca 3 stars because, while it was an exciting adventure, it was boring for about the first five to seven chapters.

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