Dance of the Gods : Circle Trilogy

  • by Nora Roberts
  • Narrated by Dick Hill
  • Series: Circle Trilogy
  • 10 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Raised in a family of demon hunters, Blair Murphy has her own personal demons to fight: the father who trained, then abandoned her, and the fiancé who walked out on her after learning what she is. Now she finds herself training a sorcerer from 12th century Ireland, a witch from modern day New York, a scholar and a shape changer from the mythical land of Geall. All that while trying to keep herself from staking the sixth of their circle and host: a vampire sired by Lilith, the vampire queen they've been charged with defeating on Samhain.
No stranger to butt-kicking, Blair finds herself taking a good whipping when it comes to that handsome and flirtatious Geallian, Larkin. And a couple of run-ins with Lilith's right-hand gal gives Blair more than she reckoned for, mentally and physically. But will she be able to stay afloat long enough to defeat Lilith's loyal in pre-battle bouts? Or will she find herself falling for the one thing she vowed never to give in to again? If the vampires don't do her in, Larkin is certainly up to the task.


What the Critics Say

"Paranormal fans are assured a good time, as is anyone who enjoys captivating fiction." ( Publishers Weekly)
"Roberts' Celtic-flavored Circle trilogy features superbly crafted characters, three passionate romances, and a bewitching blend of magic and myth." ( Booklist)


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Customer Reviews

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Superb second instalment

Dance Of The Gods is the second of Nora Roberts wonderful Circle Trilogy. The Circle has been formed, and as the time of war approaches, the training and preparation intensifies. The ties of love and friendship bind the characters ever more tightly together as they battle with Lillith's demons and even some personal demons of their own. THIS BOOK WAS EVERY BIT AS GRIPPING AND COMPELLING AS ITS predecessor.
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- Nadia

Still terrible narration

Persevered with the second in the series. Narration is still dire but I must be getting used to it as it seemed more intelligible and less of a distraction from the story. More than a little annoying that one of the female characters seems to have changed her nature completely since book one and become less strong and independent and more reliant on men.
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- Clare

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio