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The Morrigan's Harvest is a night to honor the dead. And it is also a day of war that ends with the slaughter of innocents.When Shea's mother - the witch of Darkwood - dies from a mysterious illness none can explain, she leaves her daughter with little more than lies, half-truths, and an elf guardian who hates her from the first moment he sees her. Galen thinks his new chaThe Morrigan's Harvest is a night to honor the dead. And it is also a day of war that ends with the slaughter of innocents.When Shea's mother - the witch of Darkwood - dies from a mysterious illness none can explain, she leaves her daughter with little more than lies, half-truths, and an elf guardian who hates her from the first moment he sees her. Galen thinks his new charge is foolish and spoiled. Shea thinks he is cold and heartless. Then Shea's village is attacked. The people she's known her entire life, including the man she loves, are enslaved or murdered outright....

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ISBN : 13285581
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Number of Pages : 287 Pages
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morrigan s harvest Reviews

  • Midu Hadi
    2019-03-28 04:03

    What I liked:the beginning-the language was almost lyrical & beautifulthe story doesn't get uninteresting at all-499 pages on my Nook & yet I liked every bit of itGalen,of course, was my favorite character-even if he is a little clichethe MC isn't a know-it-all and is learning the ropes-even if she is a bit too whinyWhat I didn't like:the author's obsession with horses-there was a whole section devoted to which kind were better suited to what purposeIs it me or was Shea too slow in learning that her mother was an Elf? And again, isn't it obvious that Brenna was the Elf warrior from the tale she tells her daughter?A good story with interesting characters. I'd definitely want to read the sequel to see what happens next.Also reviewed at:ShelfariAmazon B&N

  • Beccie
    2019-04-19 05:44

    I was given the opportunity to read and review “Morrigan’s Harvest”. I haven’t read many epic fantasies before but this one sounded interesting from the synopsis. The story is wonderfully written. Kaiya’s in depth descriptions of this magical land made me feel like I was there. The settings as well as the characters are extraordinarily detailed. The first 100 pages are a dream sequence of the main character Shea’s. This threw me off when she woke up but not by much. It provided a great backstory that is important for readers. All of the characters have an important part in the story, even the temporary ones. I loved the stories within the story; I thought they added a sense of history for the events and characters without being random, boring, or filler information. Shea is a very likable character. She tries so hard to live up to her mother’s image but still manages to be emotional, caring, and clumsy much to her guardian Galen’s demise. I enjoyed the tense relationship between Shea and Galen. At times I felt an almost romantic edge between them rather than an obligatory one. Two of my favorite characters where the animals Aisling and Tam. They were just as important to the story as their human counterparts. There are so many wonderful mythical creatures within the story that readers will find at least one to their liking. This wasn’t a fast paced read in my opinion even during the action scenes but neither was it boring. I kept flipping the pages every spare moment I had. The only thing I didn’t like was that it took me so long to read. That is in no way a reflection of the content or author but my own need to increase the font size on my Nook. I give “Morrigan’s Harvest” 4/5 stars. Kaiya has a wonderful imagination and I would like to read the next book in Shea’s adventure to rescue her people.

  • Allizabeth Collins
    2019-04-07 10:01

    Description: Shea has always led a happy and simple life with her mother and their horses, but when her mother succumbs to illness and dies, Shea must overcome her grief and try to move on. Unfortunately, fate has other plans - her elf guardian Galen shows up to claim her at the same time that the whole village is attacked and imprisoned as slaves. It is up to Shea to save the people and places she calls home, including the man she's in love with. Can she weather the journey and accomplish the tasks set before her? Or will the evils plotting against her prevail?Review: I did not expect an epic fantasy when I started reading the Kindle version of Morrigan's Harvest: The War for Inisfail, but that is definitely what I got! The interesting cast of characters as well as the detailed descriptions of Shea's journey lured me in from page one. I enjoyed the back-story and the overall plot which flowed evenly and allowed no time for boredom. The action level held my attention - that's saying something since I am used to The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter series' - and the characters were very easy to like and sympathize with, especially Shea, Galen, and Aisling. I love strong female leads, so Shea's "inner journey" progressing from age fifteen to who she is now really impressed me; I can't wait to see her character in future books! I found the dialogue to be fresh and entertaining, as was Kaiya Hart's magical writing style. I highly recommend this book to lovers of the fantasy genre - young adult (YA) through adult. I will definitely be waiting for the next installment!Rating: On the Run (4.5/5)*** I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

  • Victoria
    2019-04-18 05:00

    I am always more than happy to try and read books authors nudge my attention to. In this case the author's husband suggested I read Morrigan's Harvest.He wasn't pushy about it, just sent the title with no hype, which is refreshing!. I would like to thank him from the bottom of my wicked little heart.This has got to be one of the best books I have read in a long time, I loved every inch of it. It isn't often I give a five star without hesitation, truly most books fall into a three or so. It is often hard for me to express why I like a book, which is why my written reviews are so rare,so let me put it this way; There are books I like (the 3 stars) which I enjoyed reading but to be honest wouldn't read again and then there are the 4 and 5 stars (Elizabeth Moon etc) which I will read over and over again through the years. This book definitely qualifies and I hope the rest of the series follows suit.

  • Jennifer
    2019-04-19 05:07

    This is a brand new book that I have had the honour of being one of its first reviewers. I know that this story has been in the works for many years and I am so happy that I get to help introduce it to the world! The book is fantastic! The writing is brilliant, why you ask, the descriptions of the characters and settings take you to this new world and if you close your eyes you can see what Shea is seeing right at that moment! That is not easy to do. Right from the beginning you know that not all is as perfect as it seems on the surface and you are taken on an amazing journey full of adventure to try to right the wrongs. All the characters are well-rounded and have their own personalities which helps make the story inviting. Between the lyrical descriptions and the on-going adventure, Morrigan's Harvest will have fantasy fans wanting more! I highly recommend this to all fantasy fans!

  • Beth Wright
    2019-04-09 05:52

    http://bethswildandcrazybookreviews.b...YOWZA, this is one action packed adventure that will leave you begging for more. Everything is in this story, romance, action, fantasy characters, war, friends, enemies, untold family secrets and much, much more. I love how the small group of heroes get along so nicely..... bahahaha yeah right, you have to read to see. Hot, sarcastic elf is my favorite character :D hehe I love what happens when they are in the crazy tunnels under the mountian :D Trust me no matter who you are or what you love to read, this book is great :) It starts out slow so keep with it and let the wild adventure of characters come to life. :D♥♥♥♥♥

  • Bobbi Steadman
    2019-04-07 11:01

    If you haven't read it yet, you certainly should! Kaiya is a very talented writer and is a genius at getting your attention. I've never been attracted to stories of goblins and elves (Lord of the Rings bored me to death), but Kaiya does it in such a way that you can't help but to be mystified with the characters. I can't wait until the next book from the trilogy is released!

  • Melanie
    2019-04-02 06:47

    4.5*sReview posted here

  • Lesley-anne Rayner
    2019-03-28 05:56

    Excellent book :)

  • Cheryl
    2019-03-22 10:08

    I really enjoyed the book.

  • Diantha Jones
    2019-03-22 11:50

    Despite Morrigan’s Harvest being well-written and the editing SUPERB, the first half of the book was so long and drawn out that there were several times I found myself skimming over events that just never seemed to end. The first chapter is a long drawn out piece about elves (the supposed central element of the story) which is disguised as a story being told from mother to daughter, but comes off as a way to introduce background information that is not needed to move ahead in the book nor is much remembered once the reader actually moves beyond it.Galen (the elf guardian) calls Shea a “brat-child” and I agree. Shea is whiny and annoying, yet suffers a tragedy early on in the book that would turn the best of us into whiny brats. I did, however, like that Shea refused to be ordered around and wasn’t afraid to stick up for herself when the situation called for it. I loved Galen who is a short-tempered elf with a million secrets and unpleasantries of his own. I also loved Shea’s horse, Aisling, who won’t be tamed by anybody and for me, represented a part of Shea that she had yet to realize.The second half of the book picked up on the action, adventure and magic, but it took so long to get there that I almost wasn’t interested by the time I got to it. I stuck with it and even enjoyed some of the crazy situations the characters got themselves into, but overall, Morrigan’s Harvest was just okay for me and I would only recommend it to fantasy readers who don’t need to pulled in right from the start to enjoy a book.