The Mage

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Penguin, Apr 7, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
24 Reviews
This is the final book in the acclaimed series of "cursed brothers, fated mates, prophecies... destiny and magic."(Robin D. Owens)

New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz hails Jean Johnson's writing as "fabulously fresh, thoroughly romantic, and wildly entertaining." Now, Johnson returns for the final book in the series of eight brothers destined to fulfill a strange prophecy. As their growing family faces new problems, the worst of those troubles now fall upon Morg, the last of the Sons of Destiny, and on Hope, Morg's foretold bride.
 

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Review: The Mage (Sons of Destiny #8)

User Review  - Betty G - Goodreads

I just re-read this and enjoyed it just as much the second (third?) time. While someone might be able to enjoy this as a stand alone novel, if you don't understand what "I'm really tempted to send him to sleep with the chickens." means, you should really read the rest of the series first. Read full review

Review: The Mage (Sons of Destiny #8)

User Review  - July - Goodreads

The Final son Morganen will get his bride Hope and they will fulfill the curse of the Eight Prophecy. The worst of the Prophecy will fall to Morganen and I guess that is why he is given so many powers ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Scott Bittle is an award-winning journalist, policy analyst, and web producer who has written extensively about the federal budget, energy, and foreign policy.

Jean Johnson writes frequently about public opinion and public policy and is the author of "You Can't Do It Alone", a book on how parents, teachers, and students see education issues. Both authors are senior fellows at Public Agenda and blog frequently for the "Huffington Post", "National Geographic", and other outlets.

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