Misfortune of Time by Christy Nicholas
I have a bad habit of reading out of order but I am very happy to be able to be able to follow
the story line quite well. This is the sixth book in the series and even though it is the first one
I have read I was quite drawn into the book and not feeling out of sorts.
I really was drawn to Etain. The fact that she had been through so much and that it was what
really built her character and who she was really made the book a very gripping read. I found myself
on tenterhooks as she dealt with her situation and the drama that unfolds in the book. I also found
it quite a unique story line of the brooch and the fact that she had lived many lifetimes. I also found
the time frame of the book to be quite interesting just on the cusp of religion becoming more
popular than paganism. This book had some very interesting twists to it and I really do look forward
to reading more of this series and by this author.