Ilona is a doctor and is ruled by logic. When she starts to develop unusual powers, her beliefs change and she's thrown into a world of mysteries, traditions, and secrets. She doesn't know much about her heritage, besides legends and rituals, when she begins to remember her mother's instructions concealed as rhymes. The discovery of her healing power and ability to freeze time is exciting and frightening. A sinister man appears and Ilona connects his presence with the series of mysterious deaths around her. She has been in love with her unsuspecting best friend, when she meets a stranger. She is drawn to him and confused by the sudden magnetic feeling.
The Ancestors' Secret series is an epic fantasy, heroic romance series with magical powers, ancient legends, a love triangle, and time travel that is a great listen for fantasy lovers and also suitable for young adults.
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I think this is ideal reading for teenagers and young adults. I would have loved it when I was that age BUT I did enjoy it since this sort of book is right up my street. Yes, I would recommend it to friends interested in this type of book.
Ilona is a fascinating character and interesting that the author has written her as a doctor - a healer.
I like Jannie Meisberger's voice which brought the story to life and weaved the tale with consummate actorly art!
No - I was too busy waiting for the next chapter!
- Mrs. J.R. Rolfe
I found the whole book disappointing. The plot is disjointed and the characters not well developed. Some of those who seem important at the beginning vanish from the writer's storyline part way through and you don't see them again. Leaving a book with a "hanging ending" is also not a good plot device to those who want an ending and not just a fast way to sell the next book.
No, for the reasons stated above. I'm not sure why the book got published at all.
Just about anyone. I'm sorry but I don't like to listen to American narrators, especially those who can't narrate well. There is little or no attempt at accents or voices for the various characters and when there is it is only occasional. Her attempts to pronounce Elsa came across as Elsa, Ailsa or Alsa. I still don't know what the character is called.
Disappointment. I read a review on Amazon that praised the book and, looking for something a little different, decided to try it. Sadly, it was a trying experience.
I will be returning this book without delay.
- Sheryl Mason