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by Phil Gigante,Nora Roberts

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  • ISBN 1423337670
  • ISBN13 978-1423337676
  • Language English
  • Author Phil Gigante,Nora Roberts
  • Publisher Brilliance Audio; Library edition (November 27, 2007)
  • Formats lit rtf lrf azw
  • Category Love Story
  • Subcategory Romantic Suspense
  • Size ePub 1845 kb
  • Size Fb2 1314 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 813

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. And twenty-one years later, it will end in a showdown between evil and the boys who have become men - and the women who love them… This modern-day legend draws reporter and author Quinn Black to Hawkins Hollow with the hope of making the eerie happening the subject of her new book. It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins, descendent 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 Quinn as well. She, too, can see the evil that the locals cannot, somehow connecting her to the town – and to Cal. As winter turns to spring, Cal and Quinn will shed their inhibitions, surrendering to a growing desire. They will form the cornerstone of a group of men and women bound by fate, passion, and the fight against what is to come from out of the darkness…

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BLOOD BROTHERS: Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen

BLOOD BROTHERS: 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. This modern-day legend draws reporter and author Quinn Black to Hawkins Hollow with the hope of making the eerie happening the subject of her new book. Generally speaking the trilogy was awesome.

Part of Sign of Seven series by Nora Roberts. Remember that scene? The little boys, brothers. One's been changed after they snatched him off the path in the woods. He comes to visit his brother one night. Nothing scarier than kiddie vampires.

The first book in the Sign of Seven Trilogy series. Here I will hold until you come for me, until you loose what must be loosed again on the world. To my boys, who roamed the woods, even when they weren't supposed to. Where God hath a temple, the Devil will have a chapel. May the gods keep you. " For a moment there was grief. Even through his purpose, there was grief. Not for his life, as the sands of it were dripping down the glass. He had no fear of death.

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Written by Nora Roberts. Narrated by Phil Gigante. Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen

Written by Nora Roberts. 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. And twenty-one years later, it will end in a showdown between evil and the boys who have become men - and the women who love the. his modern-day legend draws reporter and author Quinn Black to Hawkins Hollow with the hope of making the eerie happening the subject of her new book. It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins,.

BLOOD BROTHERS: Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen. It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins, descendent of the town founders, has already seen and felt the stirrings of evil. Cal will need the help of his best friends, but surprisingly he must rely on Quinn as well

Blood Brothers read online free from your Pc or Mobile. Genres : Romance, Mystery. Every seven years, there comes a week in July when the locals do unspeakable things-and then don't seem to remember them

Blood Brothers read online free from your Pc or Mobile. Blood Brothers (Sign of Seven is a Romance novel by Nora Roberts. Series : Sign of Seven Published : January 1st 2007. Every seven years, there comes a week in July when the locals do unspeakable things-and then don't seem to remember them.

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Doukree
I came up with a WINNER for the book club I’m in. This is my first Nora Roberts book and let me just say…..I had no idea she wrote anything other than romance. I’m currently patting myself for picking such a great book.

I have to say it and will probably offend many Stephen King fans but I read Doctor Sleep before this one and I’ll have to admit, Blood Brothers had me sleeping with my iPhone light on ALL night. Don’t get me wrong, I really enjoyed Doctor Sleep but it did not have the fear factor that I thought it would. I could be wrong but it’s all I have to go on for now. I loved the connection and loyalty between Cal, Fox and Gage. Plenty of action, friendship and drama all rolled up nicely in this book.

Kudos to Nora Roberts for telling such a great story. The only question I have is………….WTH is up with that ending? That was a total let down for me but now I need book 2 even though I know, it might end the same way. However, good news is that it’s only a trilogy so it will end.
Umsida
This is the first book in the Signs of Seven trilogy by Nora Roberts. The storyline fills my love of horror: a trio of boys, all born on July 7, 1977, make a blood pact on their tenth birthday at the Pagan Stone, a creepy (okay, cursed) and desolate location in the middle of a forest. Every seven years after that, terrible things happen on and around July 7. With the help of a paranormal reporter who has come to town to investigate, the boys (who are now 30 years old) must figure out the mystery of the curse before it is no longer able to be contained.

The story is written in third-person point of view, but it changes perspectives to match each character. This was one of my favorite qualities of the book. When telling the story through the perspective of the ten-year-old boys, Roberts uses language that ten-year-olds would use when not under the supervision of their parents. In the scenes when the boys are grown, Roberts seamlessly shifts perspectives to allow us into the heads of the various characters. She has obviously had a lot of practice writing ;-)

It's a Nora Roberts book, so yes--there is romance. Over the course of the novel, the three guys each meet a girl who seems drawn, like them, to the mystery of the curse. It's only wintertime, but the creepy events don't seem to be waiting for July this time, and all six are now involved. At one point the six of them are even stuck in the same house together during a blizzard. And yet none of the situations ever seemed over-the-top. The only thing that bugged me about the book--and here I'm revealing to the world that I am the total opposite of a girly-girl--is all the flower-buying. Descriptions of flowers, guys buying flowers for girls, girls getting all goo-goo over flowers. It's a pet peeve of mine, I guess. My husband knows never to buy me cut flowers (I love you, so I've gone and killed something beautiful in your honor). That, and there was a scene in which the girls were decorating their new house. Decorating and flowers. Blargh!

But yes, aside from that, I enjoyed the book. The plot is right up my alley. As the mystery begins to reveal itself, we realize that every seven years, a force seems to take over residents and animals of the town, causing them to do things they would never do: attack, go crazy, etc. After the "Hell week" is over, the residents return to their regularly-scheduled lives, often unaware that anything ever happened in the first place. The residents who realize often move away. The six heroes of the story do some heavy researching to learn that they are all--somehow--distantly related, and distantly related to what seems to be an old demon that took over a person in the 1700s. There are moments in the book when the demon (or whatever it is, as we must wait until the end of the third book to see how things wrap up) appears, and these moments are frightening and perfect for my love of horror. In one scene, the demon manifests as a giant worm-like terror that only the chosen six can see. In another instance, the power goes out, leaving a woman alone at the gym--in a darkened room that seems to be moving around her. The character development slows down the creepy plot at times, but it creates three-dimensional characters that I feel I could appreciate for three books straight.

If you like being scared, with some romance thrown in for good measure, then this is the book for you.
Cerekelv
The characters are well developed. I like how I was able to get to know the secondary people in the town. It gave insight into why the young men became the adults they are.
Qumen
I was not thrilled with the plot line. I am not into paranormal or "otherworldly" stuff, and so the plot left the total Trilogy as unbelievable. The story begins with three boys celebrating their tenth birthday by an overnighter in the woods. The boys come from different backgrounds, but are best friends and proceed with the blood brothers rites--knicking themselves and mixing their blood. They also recite a passage they have created, but while proceeding with this rite, one of the boys blood drips to the ground and unbeknownst to them, begins to sizzle. This sets off a whole chain of events that runs throughout this book and into all three books.

The plot is unbelievable, BUT the characters are believable and absolutely phenomenal--some of the very best Nora Roberts has ever created. I judge quality of a book by how long I remember it. While I didn't like the plot, I did love the characters and the love story, and I do remember this book vividly. That, in my opinion, qualifies this story as a five star.
WinDImmortaL
I love Nora Robert books, especially the later ones done as trilogies. This series was great. It is full of fighting personal demons, real demons, finding love, personal growth... lots of battles and mysteries to solve - it feels like several great books in one.
Jorius
This is one of Nora Robserfs best works and I must say that I am a avid fan and reader of hers. For me this is up their with Harry Potter as a movie trilogy I hope it is at least in the works
ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
One thing you can count on with Nora Roberts is that she repeats, repeats and repeats. Not only her same 6 characters in each of her trilogies, but the same, word for word dialogs, story to story. As she has gotten older she has dumbed down her stories so much that dialog is restated in every sentence as if the characters AND the readers were absolute morons. In her effort to seem "hip" she has truncated dialogs into meaningless sentences. She continues to name and label drop until she destroys plausibility.

Caleb's "ooey gooey" family interactions are beyond sucky. In this and in The Hollow, her second of this predictable trilogy, she copies and pastes dialogs word for word. The formula remains the same as always: One chick, Quinn Black in this book, is a blustering, hoggish, crass, self absorbed dead bore. The wimpy, lamer chick is Layla. The savvy, brainy one is Cybil. Caleb is the sturdy, stable guy. Fox the brainy and moody jerk, and Gage the cynical, savvy, worldly traveler. She changes only their names, back stories and locale. If you read one of her trilogies you have read them all.

Even the increasingly vulgar sex scenes and dialogs are copy and paste. The "demon" in this story is implausible. I love metaphysical stuff, but this nonsense is just too inane to swallow and borders on bad Sci Fi. I have been a fan for many years. Not any more.