Review of In The Arms of Immortals by Ginger Garrett

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Description: The time of the angels is over. "Never again will men believe in unseen goodness. "The age of fear has begun."
Sicily, 1347. It starts with a strange ship in the village harbor. That night an old man falls ill.then the baker's wife.then a street urchin. By morning half the townspeople are dead and more are dying-horribly. Civic order breaks down. Wolves are moving in from the countryside. And no one has a clue what is happening or how to stop it. Not the local priest. Not the rich baron. Not the baron's proud daughter, nor the powerful knight who loves her. Certainly not the outcast healer whom many call a witch.
Only the Destroyer and the unseen Watchers know the real story.along with an unwilling visitor from another time. Mariskka recognizes the Black Death that soon will decimate Europe. But she has no voice to speak, no way to help.until she dares open her pain-hardened heart to unfathomable truth. Richly imagined tautly suspenseful, and deeply moving.another heart-stopping historical thriller from the author of In the Shadow of Lions.

My Thoughts: I loved the Shadow of The Lions and this book was just as intriguing, mysterious, and suspensful. Being that I am Italian, I loved the setting, and Ginger Garrett was able to make it so real you actually felt like you were there. If you enjoy historical fiction I highly recommend this. You will want to revisit Mariskka, and Sicily again, and again.


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