Budding Magic

Budding Magic Ireland Aine O Byrne s gift of foresight had shown her the coming famine in Ireland that would destroy the potato crop She saw the millions of Irish that would perish during this time Desperate to

  • Title: Budding Magic
  • Author: L.S. Fayne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Budding Magic

    Ireland 1838Aine O Byrne s gift of foresight had shown her the coming famine in Ireland that would destroy the potato crop She saw the millions of Irish that would perish during this time Desperate to alleviate at least some of her people s peril, she and her husband Keegan set up magical devices that would aid the Irish Before all these protections could be finishedIreland 1838Aine O Byrne s gift of foresight had shown her the coming famine in Ireland that would destroy the potato crop She saw the millions of Irish that would perish during this time Desperate to alleviate at least some of her people s peril, she and her husband Keegan set up magical devices that would aid the Irish Before all these protections could be finished and activated, Keegan was senselessly murdered.Keegan s death brought Aine a lot of gut wrenching sorrow but also maybe a little madness Without Keegan s guidance, Aine finishes the protections and adds a few surprises of her own to the magical melody Upon completion, sorrowfully, Aine realizes that she does not have the strength to survive the birth of her child.On the day of Haley s arrival, Aine activates the magical devices with Birth magic, and then Death magic her own death magic.Shocked, the six daughters find themselves orphaned with mysterious magic s working around them They will have to learn how to deal with their own budding magic, the needy villagers, and the upcoming famine.With the help of Druantia herself and some special friends the sisters will find the courage, the daring, and the determination to battle all the odds set up against them They will learn about freedom the cost of freedom life s ironies, and the bonding of sisterhood.

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    1. Sadie Forsythe

      If I'm honest, the covers of Budding Magic almost put me off offering to reading it. There isn't anything actually wrong with it. It just didn't particularly appeal to me, too many bright colors for my rather drab personality. The story did though, so I reminded myself of the old adage 'never judge a book by its cover,' and I'm glad I did. It's an engaging story that carries you along pleasantly. Or at least it does after chapter one of Budding Magic. I cried in the first chapter, yes the first [...]

    2. Hock Tjoa

      This is a gentle and fascinating enticement into the magical world of the O'Bryne family in Ireland before the potato famine (although individuals from the family do get around--one even to China). I tried not to dwell on the improbability of the situation (this is after all fantasy) but found it hard to not be aware that the oldest of the daughters is 14. She is magically gifted and like no 14 year old you have ever met or heard of. It was fascinating to have the differences among the girls sho [...]

    3. C.M. Truxler

      Budding Magic by L S Fayne is Blooming BeautifullyBudding Magic by L S Fayne, the first book in the fantasy fiction series, is a wondrous and beautiful telling of the tale of the O’Byrne Daughters. The children of Aine and Keegan O’Byrne have all inherited the magic that runs through their lineage; this novel explores their lives during and after the passing of their parents. The cover does not do justice to the content. It is a magnificent tale, which is wonderfully written. The title of ma [...]

    4. Darrel Smith

      I liked the time period, the thoughts preparing for the potato famine, and the donkey's. I liked the blind lady that wasn't really blind. I like the way the sisters watch each others backs. The dual realities were thought provoking and stirs the imagination.

    5. L.S. Fayne

      This book was challenging, because I needed for it to make sense that such a powerful, magical family couldn’t circumvent the Irish Potato Famine. When I wrote the series, Druantia’s Children, I hinted as to where their magic had come from. I became fascinated with the original seven sisters, and decided to go write about them. The problem was that when I hinted about them, I placed them in the time of the famine. I couldn’t change history, so created a way to explain their magic. Budding [...]

    6. Natalie Long

      At times it seemed like there was a fantastic story line, but at others it seemed like the 6 year old character was the one who wrote the book. I made it through to the end, but I don't think I will be reading the next in the series. It was simply too immature in the writing style for me to want to go on, which is a shame because I think there is a great story there.

    7. Diana Barton

      Good storyThe story of Irish sisters who come into the Druidic magic of their family. I did reread in places, especially at the beginning, to keep the characters and their magic straight. Overall, It's a good story that carried me along. I did find a number of misspellings or typos that were very distracting.

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