Which scene was your favorite?

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Re: Which scene was your favorite?

Post by CBCollinsReview » 17 Nov 2018, 14:16

My favorite scene was the battle at the end of the book. Definitely had the most action and the way Catrin blocks an arrow to save one of the characters was the perfect way to end this third of the story.

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Post by KCWolf » 01 Feb 2019, 18:40

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01 Sep 2018, 11:36
I really liked the scene near the beginning of the book when Marcellus gets left with the Celtic warriors. I love how he gets drunk and starts competing with them. It was ruined for me by the forced scene where he ends up in bed with Catrin. No one wants to be that close to a virtual stranger who is covered in their own vomit...
Yes! Exactly! That was my favorite scene too, and I would have liked to see that scene drawn out longer with Marcellus staggering around like a drunk fool, trying to compete in different activities with the Celtic men. I agree that the scene with Catrin seems forced.
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Post by mamilla93 » 06 Mar 2019, 09:58

My favorite scene is the one where Catrin fully realizes her potential with the raven . I wish that scene was longer and could have been utilized much better.

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Post by sush_destiny » 21 Mar 2019, 13:55

I loved that scene where Catrin enters the raven's mind. That was very magical and loved the detail in which it is described.

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Post by winecellarlibrary » 03 Dec 2019, 11:40

There are a lot of great scenes in the book. My favorites are when it is revealed what happened between Catrin and Marrock in the forest, when Mor tells Catrin she is pregnant and then later when her arranged marriage dissolves, and the scene at the Wall of Life.

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