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Whoever dares to seek the Firebird may find the journey and its ending unexpectedNicola Marter was born with a gift When she touches an object she sometimes sees images glimpses of those who have owned it before It’s never been a gift she wants and she keeps it a secret from most people including her practical boss Sebastian one of London’s premier dealers in Russian art But when a woman offers Sebastian a small wooden carving for sale. All the stars for this Susanna Kearsley dual timeline of course novel which takes us from Scotland to Belgium to Russia with a brief stop in France as our tw Past Due Debt Collection object she sometimes sees images glimpses Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of those who have The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline owned it before It’s never been a gift she wants and she keeps it a secret from most people including her practical boss Sebastian Where I’m Calling From one The Accidental Activist of London’s premier dealers in Russian art But when a woman Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions offers Sebastian a small wooden carving for sale. All the stars for this Susanna Kearsley dual timeline Brenda has a dragon in her blood of course novel which takes us from Scotland to Belgium to Russia with a brief stop in France as Divan Of Rudaki our tw

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Claiming it belonged to Russia’s Empress Catherine it’s a problem There’s no proof Sebastian believes that the plain carving known as “The Firebird” is worthless But Nicola’s held it and she knows the woman is telling the truth and is in desperate need of the money the sale of the heirloom could bring Compelled to help Nicola turns to a man she once left and still loves Rob McMorran whose own psychic gifts are far greater than. It does stand to mention that although this book continues with characters from earlier worksThe Winter Sea and The Shadowy Horses The Firebird can easily be

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Hers With Rob to help her “see” the past she follows a young girl named Anna from Scotland to Belgium and on into Russia There in St Petersburg the once glittering capital of Peter the Great’s Russia Nicola and Rob unearth a tale of love and sacrifice of courage and redemptionan old story that seems personal and small perhaps against the greater backdrops of the Jacobite and Russian courts but one that will forever change their live. This one was not as good as the Winter Sea Not comparing the books just stating my humble opinion The story was slow in some parts and lacked the tension of

  • Paperback
  • 467
  • The Firebird
  • Susanna Kearsley
  • English
  • 15 July 2019
  • 9781451673821

About the Author: Susanna Kearsley

Emma Cole a pseudonym she used for one novel Every Secret Thing a thriller which at the time was intended to be the first of a trilogy featuring heroine Kate Murray and which may yet be finished some day Meantime Every Secret Thing has been reissued under Kearsley's name and the Emma Cole pseudonym is no longer in use.



10 thoughts on “The Firebird

  1. says:

    Rating Clarification 275 StarsThis is a hard review to compose because all my GR friends know how much I love Susanna Kearsley's booksLet me reiterateILoveSusannaKearsley'sBooksThey make me smileThey make me cryThey sometimes make me gasp in

  2. says:

    All the stars for this Susanna Kearsley dual timeline of course novel which takes us from Scotland to Belgium to Russia with a brief stop in France as our two modern characters Nicola and Rob who both have strong psychic abilities follow the trail of Anna a young girl in the early 1700s and the daughter of the couple in The Winter Sea The McGuffin in this story is the eponymous firebird a wood carving of a bird that may have co

  3. says:

    Nicola Marter has special abilities She can touch an object and sense its past When a client brings in a small wooden carving of a b

  4. says:

    It does stand to mention that although this book continues with characters from earlier worksThe Winter Sea and The Shadowy Horses T

  5. says:

    “It just seemed a thing worth following your Firebird”How to recap the plot when the book description does it so nice

  6. says:

    Step 1 Read The Winter Sea by Susanna KearsleyStep 2 Read The FirebirdStep 3 Sueal with delight I was so happy to find out this is the rest of Anna's story I'm properly addicted to her books now

  7. says:

    5 knave stars “If we cannot be what we were born to be the whole of it we die a little on the inside every day we live the lie”So many happy tears So many feely feels The Firebird is one of my favorite books of all time This was the first book of Ms Kearsley's that I inhaled before going on a binge of all her books a couple of years ago Whereas every single one of her books are fantastic and I recommend

  8. says:

    This one was not as good as the Winter Sea Not comparing the books just stating my humble opinion The story was slow in some parts and lacked the tension of the previous but all in all I did enjoy the journey and getting to know NicolaRob and AnnaEdmund and seeing some 'old friends' pop in again including a clev

  9. says:

    Initial thoughts on finishing May 11th sigh Susanna Kearsley is one hell of a storyteller I'm honestly not sure what my final rating for this

  10. says:

    25 stars I finally finished I really grooved on this one at the beginning but then it fell flat for me The main characters in the present storyline were just too wooden and annoyingly perfect him or weak and dependent her and I just couldn't find the will to care about them The characters in the past were interesting and their storyline picked up for me during the last 100 pages or so but not to the point that I can give this one a high rat

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