born of the second set of twins Evanor lost his voice,
therefore losing his powers after a long fought battle with
his family’s greatest enemy. Evanor feels lost without his
powers and being able to communicate. His family does what
they can to help and Evanor respects their efforts but the
only thing that will help is getting what he lost returned.
Evanor rest his hopes on a young widow and healer, who may
heal more within Evanor than he anticipated.
and her adolescent and quite mischievous son are uprooted,
leaving behind all they know for Nightfall Island. Could
this mysterious land and the beautiful, powerless mage she’s
coming to care for more than she should be home for Mariel
and her son?
not find The Song to be a very captivating
story, but I did think it was worthy of a note. I’m not
familiar with the previous books in this series so the
beginning of the story was a rough start for me. As I
continued to read, who everyone was and how he or she fit in
the series became clear, and I have to say I found Kelly to
be aggravating. Evanor and Mariel are two very kindhearted
people, but I felt their story and romance lacked
substance. I really liked Evanor and felt compassion for
his situation, but I found other characters in the story
were much more interesting than he was. Even though I
wasn’t totally besotted by this story, The Song
did peek my interest in the overall series especially the
stories to come involving the two other sets of twin.