Stone Song PDF/EPUB Þ Kindle Edition

Stone Song PDF/EPUB Þ Kindle Edition

Stone Song [KINDLE] ✽ Stone Song ❁ Tricia OMalley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From New York Times Bestselling author Tricia O’Malley comes a riveting new magickal romance set in modern day Dublin Clare MacBride has her life in exactly the order she wants it In a year she’ll From New York Times Bestselling author Tricia O’Malley comes a riveting new magickal romance set in modern day Dublin Clare MacBride has her life in exactly the order she wants it In a year she’ll have finished her geology dissertation though she’s no closer to figuring out the answer to one uestion that plagues her Why does she feel stones pulse with energy A centuries old curse a mysterious faction of protectors and a mythological godstone all sound like old world fairytale nonsense to Clare It only takes one rainy evening with a silver eyed fae and a handsome stranger promising protection to rock her world forever With her life plans shattered at her feet the lines of science and fiction blur as Clare is forced to throw everything she knows about the world out the window and look deep within her heart for answers.


10 thoughts on “Stone Song

  1. Becky Becky says:

    As an avid reader you find books you like some you love Every so often you come across a book that not only is amazing and brilliant but touches your heart and soul This book is that book The book that makes you feel inserts you into the storyline and touches your heart This book is about true love friendships trust finding and believing in your self It has mystery supernatural aspects Irish mythology and a uest for good vs Evil This book reminded me of a combination of Karen Marie Moaning Fever series and JRR Tolikens the Hobbit Good fae bad fae a uest to save Ireland by finding four supernatural items love and friendships along with some comedy makes this book one of my favorite reads of all time Bonus if you've read the Mystic Cove series some characters pop up from those books


  2. Dianne Dianne says:

    Clare’s life was in order a geology student she thought she understood rocks stones the earth and the stories they could tell Only one thing bothered her why did she sense energy from the stones she came near? Why don’t others feel it? Facts were her life so when she heard of ancient curses magical stones she had no idea that those fairytales would change her life forever Then there was the beautiful Fae with the dazzling eyeshad she fallen down the rabbit hole?STONE SONG by Tricia O’Malley is filled with the magic of the Fae Ireland and the uest to save the isle Completely likable characters the eternal battle of good versus evil and an ending that is really rather simple and direct this tale is a comfortable entertaining read to pass an afternoon away lost in the magic of this author’s imagination A little love a little laughter unlikely alliances and an uphill struggle to complete a uestI received a complimentary copy This is my honest and voluntary reviewSeries The Isle of Destiny Book 1Publisher Lovewrite Publishing June 2 2016Publication Date June 2 2016Genre FantasyPrint Length 302 pagesAvailable from |  Barnes NobleFor Reviews Giveaways Fabulous Book News follow


  3. Micky Cox Micky Cox says:

    This is the branch off of the missing side of the family mentioned in the Mystic Cove series You won't be sorry that you continued down this branch of the family either Excellent characters endearing love stories with a bit of wit tossed in for fun and exciting action both on and off the battle field You get a few Mystic Cove characters laced in for an added bonus I can't wait to hear what happens in the next book


  4. Hailee (haibooklovers) Hailee (haibooklovers) says:

    Cheesy Flat characters Underdeveloped world


  5. Niki Niki says:

    45 stars on the re read Clare MacBride is busy and stressed but she's where she wants to be and only a year away from completing her PhD in geology at prestigious Trinity College She's just no closer to understanding why she can feel the energy and stories within stones When a mysterious leather clad man saves her from a mugging claiming to be her protector she's not sure what to make of it When he tells her of an ancient curse and two warring factions of fae it all sounds like a mythological fiction until continued attacks make it all too realScience minded Clare struggles to come to grips with things she can't explain as she finds her world completely upended Soon she must uestion everything she thought she knew and with help from her friends and Blake her official protector she'll find the answers were within herself all alongThis was an audio revisit of a book I loved when I read it a few years ago It didn't hold up uite as well with age but I think a lot of that was due to my dislike of the narrator; an Irish narrator would've suited much better than an American I still adored Blake and he's still one of the most sensual and swoon worthy heroes I've read Clare was a bit annoying in all of the stupid decisions she made endangering the entire group despite the fact that her above average intelligence is mentioned often Nonetheless I still enjoyed the fantasy and adventure of this book and found it to be a lovely escape from reality I'm continuing on with my audio revisit


  6. Alex Alex says:

    Nope DNf Not for me


  7. Meels Meels says:

    I’m conflicted about this review and the rating It was SO slow getting started it was bloody painful Like the percent read meter was broken I realized on chapter 18 that they hadn’t actually DONE anything yet GahBut the characters were likable some of them even lovable EstherThere was a similarity in feel to Moning’s Fever series Seeker protector uest to find magical object Good Fae vs Dark Fae But the FMC was preferable for me to Mac and the MMC wasn’t a bastard you wanted to stab 99% of the time So yay And I imagine the similarities can be chalked up to both authors drawing from actual Irish Fae loreSome bits were overly predictable Some bits were overly convenient Some bits were painfully slow But in the end I actually liked it and I think that the slow factor may not be an issue in later books as the ground has been laid So I intend to give it at least one book to see if I want to read onThe editing was fairly good Also a plus in my bookHonestly I wanted to rate it higher but I can’t If part of the issue as I hope is just 1st book syndrome then I will be able to rate the next one higher


  8. Anita Anita says:

    I found this very choppy The main character supposedly on a “uest” did very little to accomplish that task Seemed like they just wandered around a lot


  9. Bambi Unbridled Bambi Unbridled says:

    I tried this one in audio and the narration didn't work for me The American accent for parts of the story then switching to an Irish accent for the dialogue was jarring and kept throwing me out of the story Also when the dialogue was occurring the narrator spoke extremely slowly I had to speed up the playback to get past it but it wasn't perfect I think I will skip this one in audio and try again in print


  10. Janine Janine says:

    Love the continuing charactersVery enjoyable good lead characters Love the descriptions of the countryside Interesting and solid story Can't wait for the next one


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10 thoughts on “Stone Song

  1. Becky Becky says:

    As an avid reader you find books you like some you love Every so often you come across a book that not only is amazing and brilliant but touches your heart and soul This book is that book The book that makes you feel inserts you into the storyline and touches your heart This book is about true love friendships trust finding and believing in your self It has mystery supernatural aspects Irish mythology and a uest for good vs Evil This book reminded me of a combination of Karen Marie Moaning Fever series and JRR Tolikens the Hobbit Good fae bad fae a uest to save Ireland by finding four supernatural items love and friendships along with some comedy makes this book one of my favorite reads of all time Bonus if you've read the Mystic Cove series some characters pop up from those books

  2. Dianne Dianne says:

    Clare’s life was in order a geology student she thought she understood rocks stones the earth and the stories they could tell Only one thing bothered her why did she sense energy from the stones she came near? Why don’t others feel it? Facts were her life so when she heard of ancient curses magical stones she had no idea that those fairytales would change her life forever Then there was the beautiful Fae with the dazzling eyeshad she fallen down the rabbit hole?STONE SONG by Tricia O’Malley is filled with the magic of the Fae Ireland and the uest to save the isle Completely likable characters the eternal battle of good versus evil and an ending that is really rather simple and direct this tale is a comfortable entertaining read to pass an afternoon away lost in the magic of this author’s imagination A little love a little laughter unlikely alliances and an uphill struggle to complete a uestI received a complimentary copy This is my honest and voluntary reviewSeries The Isle of Destiny Book 1Publisher Lovewrite Publishing June 2 2016Publication Date June 2 2016Genre FantasyPrint Length 302 pagesAvailable from |  Barnes NobleFor Reviews Giveaways Fabulous Book News follow

  3. Micky Cox Micky Cox says:

    This is the branch off of the missing side of the family mentioned in the Mystic Cove series You won't be sorry that you continued down this branch of the family either Excellent characters endearing love stories with a bit of wit tossed in for fun and exciting action both on and off the battle field You get a few Mystic Cove characters laced in for an added bonus I can't wait to hear what happens in the next book

  4. Hailee (haibooklovers) Hailee (haibooklovers) says:

    Cheesy Flat characters Underdeveloped world

  5. Niki Niki says:

    45 stars on the re read Clare MacBride is busy and stressed but she's where she wants to be and only a year away from completing her PhD in geology at prestigious Trinity College She's just no closer to understanding why she can feel the energy and stories within stones When a mysterious leather clad man saves her from a mugging claiming to be her protector she's not sure what to make of it When he tells her of an ancient curse and two warring factions of fae it all sounds like a mythological fiction until continued attacks make it all too realScience minded Clare struggles to come to grips with things she can't explain as she finds her world completely upended Soon she must uestion everything she thought she knew and with help from her friends and Blake her official protector she'll find the answers were within herself all alongThis was an audio revisit of a book I loved when I read it a few years ago It didn't hold up uite as well with age but I think a lot of that was due to my dislike of the narrator; an Irish narrator would've suited much better than an American I still adored Blake and he's still one of the most sensual and swoon worthy heroes I've read Clare was a bit annoying in all of the stupid decisions she made endangering the entire group despite the fact that her above average intelligence is mentioned often Nonetheless I still enjoyed the fantasy and adventure of this book and found it to be a lovely escape from reality I'm continuing on with my audio revisit

  6. Alex Alex says:

    Nope DNf Not for me

  7. Meels Meels says:

    I’m conflicted about this review and the rating It was SO slow getting started it was bloody painful Like the percent read meter was broken I realized on chapter 18 that they hadn’t actually DONE anything yet GahBut the characters were likable some of them even lovable EstherThere was a similarity in feel to Moning’s Fever series Seeker protector uest to find magical object Good Fae vs Dark Fae But the FMC was preferable for me to Mac and the MMC wasn’t a bastard you wanted to stab 99% of the time So yay And I imagine the similarities can be chalked up to both authors drawing from actual Irish Fae loreSome bits were overly predictable Some bits were overly convenient Some bits were painfully slow But in the end I actually liked it and I think that the slow factor may not be an issue in later books as the ground has been laid So I intend to give it at least one book to see if I want to read onThe editing was fairly good Also a plus in my bookHonestly I wanted to rate it higher but I can’t If part of the issue as I hope is just 1st book syndrome then I will be able to rate the next one higher

  8. Anita Anita says:

    I found this very choppy The main character supposedly on a “uest” did very little to accomplish that task Seemed like they just wandered around a lot

  9. Bambi Unbridled Bambi Unbridled says:

    I tried this one in audio and the narration didn't work for me The American accent for parts of the story then switching to an Irish accent for the dialogue was jarring and kept throwing me out of the story Also when the dialogue was occurring the narrator spoke extremely slowly I had to speed up the playback to get past it but it wasn't perfect I think I will skip this one in audio and try again in print

  10. Janine Janine says:

    Love the continuing charactersVery enjoyable good lead characters Love the descriptions of the countryside Interesting and solid story Can't wait for the next one

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