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All three novels in Roberts's New York Times-bestselling Sign of Seven trilogy is now collected in this deluxe boxed set. Includes Blood Brothers, The Hollow, and The Pagan Stone....

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Sign of Seven trilogy Reviews

  • ☆.。.:*・°☆Love2Read♡HEAs☆.。.:*・°☆ {Anne}
    2019-02-19 20:50

    5 "Light Conquers Darkness" StarsThis is one of my Top 10 Favorite Series. It was phenomenal!Read my reviews under the individual books, 01 - 03. I couldn't fathom to type all of that again, sorry.If you enjoy reading Paranormal, Teamwork, Suspense, Romance, Action, Historical, Horror, Violence, Sexy & Protective Heroes, Medium Steam, Strong, kickass Heroines and last but certainly not least, Nora Robert's brilliant writing ability to spin one hell of a tale...then you gotta read this series. It will grab you from page 01.Happy Reading!

  • Shawna
    2019-03-15 21:35

    5 stars - Horror/Paranormal RomanceI loved this trilogy! It completely consumed me for five days! It was fantastically dark, eerie, creepy, and scary and had me turning on lights and jumping at every little noise in my house! I loved all three couples, and the romance between Gage and Cybil inThe Pagan Stonewas my favorite of the series.

  • Suze Lavender
    2019-03-10 21:48

    These books are so good! They are like an old fashioned horror movie. These days they have much better special effects, but somehow these older films are scarier. This story has that terrifying atmosphere. I loved the connection between the six main characters and how piece by piece the solution revealed itself. I could totally picture the town, the people, the houses, etc. It was very real. Something that could have happened. These books are gripping page turners with a very well executed story. I'm not going to say more about it as I don't want to spoil anything, but I think you should read these books.

  • Tammie
    2019-03-05 22:40

    Kept me on my toes great trilogy thanks Nora!!

  • Habiba
    2019-02-24 23:29

    Fantastic!! lively characters, an engaging plot, a true page truner with a heart of gold.

  • Christina Todd
    2019-03-15 22:48

    I'm not a huge Nora Roberts fan but I do adore this trilogy. Supernatural, a little scary, a little gore, a lot of erotic lustful sex. Perfect.

  • Ditchthebun
    2019-02-19 19:32

    Overall I really enjoyed this trilogy, I loved the mix of fantasy, thriller, romance etc. One thing I believe is that Nora Roberts is either an amazing researcher and should possibly have also been a librarian or she is just extremely knowledgeable about a tonne of topics. Generally speaking the trilogy was awesome. I loved the character of Cybil, she was my favourite – being a researcher are you really surprised I identified with the character of the same profession?I actually really liked that the story initially starts with 3 male protagonists. It’s not often that seems to happen in books like this so it was nice to see. I loved the grandma character of Elsie, one weird thing I noticed was that in the first book she was 97 and in the second she was referred to as 93… apparently the Grandma is Benjamin Button… who knew? hahaha. Sorry for nitpicking, I can’t help it.Whilst it was an easy read it dealt with some intense things at times. I kind of liked that it made me uncomfortable, most writers would stop before writing about taboos like rape (don’t worry this isn’t much of a spoiler). To me the fact that this writer didn’t shy away from writing about the kind of things that would in reality happen if the situation could happen in reality shows some balls. Kudos.The only other thing that bothered me is the epilogue at the end of the series. I felt there either needed to be a second epilogue or that the first one should have been written differently. There were three things in particular I wanted to know about. If I write about what they are though it would be a HUGE plot spoiler so I seriously can’t.All in all I would definitely recommend reading this series if you are into supernatural thrillers/romances. The details are great and the characters are well developed. Each of the 6 (yes, 6) main characters are well fleshed out and I like the details about their families and the town.

  • SN the Viking
    2019-02-28 22:28

    I think this is one of the best series by Nora Roberts.I think maybe it is time for a re-read of it soon.

  • Angela
    2019-03-20 23:37

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this series. I could not read it fast enough. It was recommened by my boss, Eva who lend me the books. I remember specifically when I started reading it, I was a little hesitate of how I would like it because, I never read of Nora Robert books. It was a Sunday morning where instead of turning the TV on and having my coffee, I opened the pages to the world of Caleb, Fox and Gage; I basiaclly read the first book that day. It had a little bit of everything from relationships between old friends, new friends to family, loss, sadness, happiness, love, lust, thrill, scary and spenseful.

  • Marsha
    2019-02-21 01:31

    Not my usual style, but it was a good read. I have now read all 3 books of the series, and other than the fact that there is way too much romance and sex in them for me, and the fact that she plays games with reality, they were still somewhat enjoyable. There was a solid story, and the books followed a line of reasoning. And there weren't loose ends left, the existence of which I find extremely annoying. A little bit of suspension of disbelief, and of enjoying the “woo-woo" of the supernatural is required. The books are good, but they really need to be read in order (Blood Brothers, The Hollow, The Pagan Stone)!

  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .
    2019-03-20 00:30

    I have to admit that through the first few chapters I was losing my interest. But then things began to progress. I will completed the remainder of this series in the next day or two. The threesome romance is something that will unfold over the course of all the books with a more focus on each in a separate book.I loved it for the funny, adventure, intrigue, mystery, history, and richness that it brings to the table. Roberts did a good job of activating my mind and intertwining myth and history of the new world witch hunts

  • Molly Jo
    2019-02-27 18:48

    This is one of my favorite Nora Roberts trilogies. I love the characters and the plot line. She carries the story arc through all three books beautifully. This is actually my 2nd time reading through the trilogy. I just felt like I needed to revisit my favorites. Just reading them again made me ridiculously happy.

  • Joyann Ventura
    2019-02-23 22:42

    How wil I rate this without being biased? Signsv of seven #1 is one of my Nora's first acquired books. I love it not only because of the romance which is expected of her, but because this is a good story to narrate about good and bad, love and loyalty. So, I believed after reading this and some of her works, I convinced my self that I'm a Nora Roberts' sucker :)

  • Kim hansen
    2019-03-07 00:49

    Love all three. It sucks you in and you can't put it down till the end. Love the fact that she went back and forth from past to present to give the readers an idea of what happen.

  • Summer
    2019-03-05 01:25

    Good trilogy! Predictable by the end of book 1 but I enjoyed them all the same! Fun, interesting, and likable characters you really root for.

  • Kelly
    2019-03-02 20:36

    Nora Robert's trilogies are always good (depending on your expectations) and this one is just as satisfying as all the others.

  • Sue
    2019-03-09 21:37

    I really enjoyed this series. listened to audio version.

  • Jack Vasen
    2019-03-06 20:30

    This is another series where you won't get any closure with just one of the books - the whole series is one story.The story is good, but I didn't think it was a page turner because parts of it were a little too drawn out. I think there was a little too much emphasis on the research. The Tarot readings were confusing to me, but that is probably just me.I really didn't feel like any of the characters were described well enough to draw me completely in, but I liked Layla best of the ladies and Fox of the men, despite that he was a lawyer. But he wasn't the typical TV lawyer. He seemed to help people. Quinn was a close second. I didn't care for Cybil and Gage at all and I really didn't buy into what went on between them.The series had plenty of paranormal or fantasy violence and death. As in most Roberts books, there was plenty of explicit sex. There was also more than one rape.

  • Sharon M. Black
    2019-02-22 01:47

    I found this trilogy to be very interesting. I liked the characters (a must for a good story) and I just couldn't tell what was going to happen next. I have read this trilogy several times since it was released because I just liked it that much. I don't have a handle on why this series just hit that spot, but it does for me.

  • Connie Wright-McIntosh
    2019-03-03 23:31

    One heck of a love story! It certainly was a different one! Well done!!Exciting and so unique in everyway. What a writer. Her approach was so unusual. It held my interest to the last word. I will be reading more of her books for sure!

  • Melinda Earnest
    2019-03-10 21:23

    The Sign of Seven TrilogyI gave this book 5 stars because it is an excellent read, by an excellent author. There is absolutely nothing about this book I didn't like it is one of many favorites I re-read. With suspense and love, I recommend this to everyone...

  • Belinda Burgess
    2019-03-10 18:32

    And again...Ms. Roberts swings for the fence again. I love her stories. Brave, strong, loyal people who are kickass alone and better together. Who stand for what we all want to be. Throw in the spook factor and it is perfect.

  • Danita
    2019-03-19 23:36

    Captivating!Always a pleasure to read. Nora Roberts knows how to hook you in. Compelling characters, interesting storylines, and you have an enjoyable experience.

  • Tammy
    2019-02-18 22:41

    Such a wonderful series......can't put it down read.

  • M.L. Guida
    2019-02-20 01:31

    I loved it and fell in love with all the characters. It was scary, suspenseful, and had a HEA.

  • Maura
    2019-02-23 01:42

    Blood Brothers - 5/5 - This was a good story. Well done Nora Roberts. Yes, it's rather formulaic (aren't they all?) but it is highly entertaining with plenty of suspense and some rather unique horror twists. There's the romance which enhanced the story pretty nicely. We do get to meet all the characters in this story IIRC so there's plenty going on here, but I never got confused. (Small nitpick - I get irritated when Nora Roberts writes kids - she does not capture the mind of a kid very faithfully, even in their rebellion they're perfect little angels). I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy.The Hollow - 4/5 - The story was great - I love the whole story arc, how the three guys with the same birthday and some cool psychic powers and the three connected women get to battle the evil demon. And I loved the characters of Fox and Layla. Fox is my favorite, with his very beta personality, his hippie parents and his rebellion from his vegetarian, health-food childhood. Layla is okay. I was disappointed in the romance, especially since these two shared a psychic connection. I sort of expected there to be a bit more intensity to it...but it fell kind of flat. And the sister asking Fox to father her and her partner's IVF baby made me uncomfortable...I kept thinking about how Fox would father a child and not be able to raise just felt weird.The Pagan Stone - 4/5 - Okay - so what started out as a great series gets a little weird here at the end. This particular story, which wraps up the romance with Gage and Cybil's romance is actually quite good. Both of them are quite cynical and have recognized the pattern of couples pairing off (which irritated me about the Key trilogy that these people didn't pick up on that right away) and refuse to fall into the trap. They do anyway of course. And the closer it comes to the demon thingy coming back and the trip to the Pagan Stone looms closer, things get really scary and crazy in town. I like the suspense of it. I didn't like how cheesy the wrap up and confrontation ended up being. But it's Nora Roberts, so I can't expect an epic battle or anything. I was also weirded out by the whole everybody gets pregnant at the same time deal. Supposedly, the addition of 3 unborn babies adds strength and power to the six. Whatever. Perhaps for the Caleb & Fox couplings, where they already know they're in love and want to be together forever, this isn't such a bad thing. But Gage and Cybil don't know each other that well, they've just sort of fallen into love and suddenly they're going to be parents? How unromantic is that? I most certainly wasn't a fan of that particular aspect of this trilogy...

  • Kimmie Hogan
    2019-03-17 17:28

    This is a second re-read of this series for me. I'm am not a typical fan or reader of Nora Roberts, but I thoroughly enjoyed this series.It tells the story of 3 boys Caleb, Fox and Gage, on an adventure to celebrate their 10th birthday, a day they share. An adventure that goes horribly wrong by events that were started 300 years earlier. Every 7 years since for 7 days, their lives are turned upside by supernatural forces they set free the night of their 10 their birthday. Now going on their third 7, three seemingly unrelated women Quinn, Layla, and Cybil, are drawn to this town and the events about to take place. Each book brings forth more clues of how each of these 6 characters tie to one another. Each book also focuses on couple character development. If you don't mind predictable romance, and at times spicy romance, but are a fan of the supernatural, then this series is worth a read.

  • Wench
    2019-03-03 23:44

    I mean, I love Nora, so I am disposed to like her stuff anyway. But while this does follow a script, it is not exactly like any other ParaNora series so that helps. Also it feels weird to say given the content notes, but this is kind of a comfort read. Like, this TERRIBLE SHIT happens, but it ends up happy. Extensive content notes:demons, demonic possession, attempted murder, demonic rape, rape threats, violent threats, animal torture, animal killing, animal sacrifice as backstory, child abuse as back story and in flashback, alcoholism as back story and flashback, pregnancy loss as back story and flashback, rape as backstory, suicide as backstort and flashback, human sacrifice as backstory, homophobic language, sexist language, ableist language, arson, gun and knife violence, plenty of death in gruesome ways both as actual events and hallucinations, hallucinations, pregnancy

  • Shannon Peel
    2019-03-08 22:33

    It was the first Nora Roberts Trilogy I read and I loved it... Absolutely loved it. However it is a cookie cutter character and plot of her other similar supernatural trilogies, which makes it predictable to the extreme. I don't mind a predictable romance novel but when its the same characters with different names hooking up with the same characters with different names fighting a supernatural villain... come on. No wonder she's so prolific she keeps churning out the same story but changes the names and the setting a bit. Good for a beach read and I did buy three NR Supernatural trilogies and read them all so it couldn't have been that bad. - Key, circle, & Seven all too similar not to be cookie cutter.

  • Mirah W
    2019-03-13 21:44

    Overall, I enjoyed the trilogy. Very easy to follow, easy to understand, and each novel was a quick read. The writing style was very typical of the Nora Roberts books I read years ago. The subject matter, however, seems to be new. I liked all of the characters, especially the mothers. I wish they would have had bigger roles. I thought the pairing of the couples was too obvious, but it is a Roberts book. I was glad each couple had their gifts and that discovering how to use them kept the plot moving forward. I was actually a little disppointed with the simplicity of the ending. Perhaps the bigger theme of good winning out over evil being a basically simple concept was the real point of the ending.