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Blood Brothers

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Phil Gigante

10 Hours 0 Minutes

Brilliance Audio

November 2007

Audio Book Summary

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents the first novel in a compelling trilogy about three brothers bound by fate, blood, and a timeless enemy.
In the town of Hawkins Hollow, it’s called The Seven. Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen. It began when three young boys—Caleb, Fox, and Gage—went on a camping trip to The Pagan Stone...
It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins—descendant of the town founders—has already seen and felt the stirrings of evil. Though he can never forget the beginning of the terror in the woods twenty-one years ago, the signs have never been this strong before. Cal will need the help of his best friends Fox and Gage, but surprisingly he must rely on a stranger as well.
Reporter Quinn Black came to Hawkins Hollow hoping to make its eerie happenings the subject of her new book. She too can see the evil the locals cannot, somehow connecting her to the town—and to Cal. As winter turns to spring, they will shed their inhibitions, surrendering to a desire that will grow and form the cornerstone of a group of men and women bound by the fight against what is to come from out of the darkness…
Don't miss the other books in the Sign of Seven trilogy
The Hollow
The Pagan Stone

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  • Anonymous

    I love the storyline but the narrator is only good about half the time. When he does the women\'s voices they all sound whiny and shallow the men sound whiny in parts too.

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  • Anonymous

    Another great start to a trilogy from Nora Roberts! I found myself in love with these characters by the end and couldn't WAIT to get the next installment! But don't get attached to the narrator and his interpretation of these characters, otherwise you'll be let down by the narrator of the 2nd book.

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  • Anonymous

    Sign of Seven Trilogy keeps your waiting for what will happen next. I was so drawn into the story line I hurried to get book #2 "The Hollow". As soon as I hit play I was so let down. The narrator was different which changed the personalities of the characters and the writer didn't use the same style as this book making the whole trilogy a big let down. I will listen to book #3 so I am not forever wondering how it ends. This time though I will be prepared when I hit play.

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  • Anonymous

    Absolutely wonderful. Now I have to find the rest of them.

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  • Tammy W

    I actually ended up with someone giving me Pagan Stone on cd, once I listened to it, I couldn't get my hands on the first book fast enough, although I know how it ends, the books are well enough written to stand on their own as well as keep you interested in the series! Excellent!

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  • Anonymous

    The story was fabulous but the narrator was irritating. He gave odd accents and speech qualities to a couple of characters and made ALL of the women characters sound like they were whining no matter what they were saying. I want to listen to books 2 and 3 but I have to wait awhile to get over the irritation of listening to that narrator project qualities into the characters that are not really there. A New York accent for someone who moved to the city a few years ago is not reasonable when they originally came from the area the story takes place. This was a case of a great story being ruined by the narrator!

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  • Anonymous

    I am really "into" this story now and anxious for the next book to be delivered to my door for listening. Nora always delivers, in my book.

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