The Pool of Two Moons

The Pool of Two Moons It has been sixteen years since the Day of Reckoning when magic and witchcraft were outlawed throughout all of Eileanan And though rumors say that she is dead the Arch Sorceress Meghan o the Beasts
  • Title: The Pool of Two Moons
  • Author: Kate Forsyth
  • ISBN: 9780451456908
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pool of Two Moons
    It has been sixteen years since the Day of Reckoning, when magic and witchcraft were outlawed throughout all of Eileanan And though rumors say that she is dead, the Arch Sorceress Meghan o the Beasts still lives Traveling with her are the true heir to the throne, and the red haired warrior Iseult Their fates are woven together in a quest to bring magic back to the land
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  • Kate Forsyth

    Kate Forsyth wrote her first novel at the age of seven, and is now the internationally bestselling author of 40 books for both adults and children Her books for adults include Beauty in Thorns , the true love story behind a famous painting of Sleeping Beauty The Beast s Garden , a retelling of the Grimm version of Beauty the Beast , set in the German underground resistance to Hitler in WWII The Wild Girl , the love story of Wilhelm Grimm and Dortchen Wild, the young woman who told him many of the world s most famous fairy tales Bitter Greens , a retelling of the Rapunzel fairytale and the bestselling fantasy series Witches of Eileanan Her books for children include The Impossible Quest , The Gypsy Crown , The Puzzle Ring , and The Starkin Crown Kate has a doctorate in fairytale studies, a Masters of Creative Writing, a Bachelor of Arts in Literature, and is an accredited master storyteller.

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  • I felt Isabeau which is way to weird of a name Isa boo Just call her Elizabeth jeez lost all of her spark Her spirit was weak, her hand chopped up, her magic non existance Granted the magic rituals performed by Meghan and the celestines were nice inserts, I disliked the lack of magic and the over abundence of politics Hate politics, hate um Nasty bits in books I try to skip over I will make space for them when evenly placed between magic scenes but this was pushing mydesires patience Also, I cou [...]


  • The second in the series and just as good as the first The story moves at a good pace and there are some delightful characters introduced along the way The author trusts that the reader has the common sense to read the first book before starting this one and does not waste time with boring explanations of what has gone on before She also ties up the story nicely at the end of this book and yet still leaves the way open for plenty of adventures in the next one I will definitely continue on.


  • This book carried on the story brilliantly well I actually think it was better than the first book, which bodes well for the rest of the series I ve decided to do a proper review after I ve read all 6 books , hopefully by the end of the year.


  • Meghan of the beasts knows the time is near By the pool of the Two Moons in the ancient city of Lucescere the future of the witches of Eileanan will be decided Our heroes have to travel there to try to solve the issues and to make a future happen.It s a long read, but I can see that it s going places and I want to know Honestly I prefer some of her newer stuff.



  • Loved it I can t wait to learn about the League of the Healing Hand, and Iseult and Isabeau s adventures before the events on Rhiannon s Ride.


  • This is the second book in the Witches of Eileanan series I read the first couple hundred pages of this book and then stopped I just could not get into this book There are so many characters and so much jumping around that I started to keep notes on who was who and who was involved with what The above coupled with the phonetically spelled out speech was driving me nuts I loved the first book and the world it built, but this book just jumps around between too many characters Additionally the phon [...]


  • The books I love most in the world to read are epic historical fantasy novels that feature cool heroines doing cool stuff This book is just what I ordered.One of the things I enjoy most about this series so far, of course is the rich diversity among the female characters They range from the good Isabeau to the evil Maya, Margrit , from the aged Meghan to the very young the delightful Finn, who, while everyone else is preparing to charge to her rescue, calmly frees herself from danger , and from [...]


  • This book reminded me of why I don t tend to like a lot of fantasy WAY too many characters.And yet, for all that, I kind of liked the way they all fell in together at the end And also the way that than one of them were the bad guy, giving the reader the idea that, if we do definitely beat down one bad guy, we re still going to have another one to deal with, giving time for the first bad guy to regroup Ahh, fantasy series are never meant to be easy The main people this novel followed were Isabea [...]


  • Originally posted on Under The Rafters on the 25th August 2012.The second installment to one of my all time favourite series, The Witches Of Eileanan, is The Pool Of Two Moons.Not yet having won back the land from the evil Banrigh, the witches and the rebels continue gathering numbers and strength so that they can eventually gain what was theirs Rumours of a prophecy predicting the emerging of a winged man who is the rightful Righ King and who will raise the magical lodestar are spreading throug [...]



  • It rarely happens that I find the sequel better than the first part, but voil here s one of them There s a lot action going on in this book and it s fast paced as well I could also really appreciate the lack of explanations referring to the first book It seems as if the author just assumed you read it firstwhich was great Especially compared to some series where it s just pages of repetitive scenes to make the new reader catch up with things There were only 3 things which slightly annoyed me 1 [...]


  • Megan, Iseult, and Bacaiche the Winged journey to unite the resistance and retrieve the remaining pieces of the key, broken and hidden, pivotal in the battle to come Meanwhile, Isabeau hides in plain sight, waiting for Megan s return.At the end of The Witches of Eileanan , I was disappointed it ended without a definitive resolution Happily, The Pool of Two Moons provides the awaited and thrilling conclusion I feel the two books are better thought of as a single unit The plot is a creative, excit [...]


  • I ve read the first book in this series, The Witches of Eileanan, and now this one My main issue with the story so far isn t that there are too many characters that s pretty much a given for a plot like this , but that the way their storylines are brought together feels a bit chaotic and choppy And that s not because of the nature of the story, but due to the writing in my opinion, it just didn t flow well in this second installment That being said, the story s quite interesting, and I ll defin [...]


  • This book almost completely changes focus, with the spotlight on Iseult and Lachlan We also get glimpses of the ever growing rebel forces and Isabeau does play a part, just not one that gets as much page time The good thing about this is we have the already well created characters that were showcased in book one, and now we get to see new characters developed This eliminates the normal second book blues If anything, this book was better My review is here Dragons, Heroes and Wizards


  • The rebels and witches in exile move closer to reclaiming their land and putting the lost prince back on the throne If anything this is chaotic than the first book with even disjointed jump cuts I m may just be getting used to the invasive dialect or it is less ridiculous than in the first book I am a little disappointed that the badass fighting girl Iseult has mainly been limited to being a sappy girlfriend inexplicably in love with a guy who is kind of a dick Really enjoying reading it fast [...]


  • Still very Scottish I found this book very difficult to get into since it had been two months since I read the first one After a confusing number of chapters, I finally started to recall events from the first book, and the story grabbed me I enjoyed it, and the chapters were a little long, but the plot twists and development mostly kept me guessing There were a number of cliches, and the resolution felt a little rushed, but I m looking forward to the next book.


  • This is a very complex book with a heap of characters to get your head around The plot moves along at a fast pace with many of the main characters having their own story It was an enjoyable read and at times I couldnt put it down The only area I struggled with was remembering who was who as most peoples names were unusual and lengthy so I often couldnt pronounce them and then found myself forgetting who was who.Am looking forward to the next in the series.


  • At 557 pages, this is definitely not a short quick read The continuing story of Isabeau and Iseult was just as thrilling in volume 2 of the series as in volume 1 Our heroes all of them go through trials and must find ways around obstacles they never imagined The pace of the story is even and continues throughout I was interested the whole way and am quite satisfied with this ending Much is promised in volume 3 will send to Wendy soon


  • A continuation of Forsyth s Witches of Eileanan series It picks up exactly where the previous one left off, which I like Eileanan is a finely crafted world The characters are well developed and the action is fun I sometimes got a little tired of the long focuses on one character It s just personal preference, but I tend to prefer where the chapters trade off on which character they focus on But overall, a fun read.


  • It has been 16 years since the witches have been hiding and now the time had come to recover that which was hidden all those years ago The true heir and his mate must storm the castle and take the throne back from the evil ensorcellor before his brother dies and her infant is made heir This story is very suspenseful and intiguing, a very good read.


  • The second book of this wonderful series is just as good as the first However, there is romance in this book but don t think that slows down the action going around It is still filled with adventure and fantasy which compels you to read , and once you finish this book you head staright the the third edition.


  • Finally After starting the series three times with The Witches of Eileanan I moved onto book 2 I still would like a map but I enjoy this series A lot happened in the book than I was expecting so I am interested to see where it will go from here.


  • This story came so far, yet I can tell there will be so much farther to go I liked this installment a lot Characters are growing, defining themselves, we re learning about their history and this world I am now entrenched in Fantastic read.


  • The same characters, with some new and interesting characters thrown into the mix The plot thickens, and is probably exciting than the first novel I usually find second novels in fantasy series are a bit of a let down, but this certainly wasn t.


  • An improvement over the first book The book starts slowly, but picks up towards the latter half There are also better breaks in the story, making it easier to follow all the many characters Not the best fantasy series, but definitely worth the time.


  • I think this book was much improved from the first one in terms of plot clarity and ease of following the character s narratives the plot was amazing as always and I really enjoyed the Lachlan Iseult stuff because they re perfect.


  • I was concerned after the first book that there hadn t been enough in the plot to drag it on well I ve finished the second book now and I was pleasantly surprised Already started the next one, they re so easy to get lost in



  • pretty good sequel to the first book quite a few in this series I ve gotten used to the dialogue happy I stuck with it.


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