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10 thoughts on “Highlander: Scotland the Brave (Highlander)

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    I enjoy reading the occasional novel based on a television series that I have loved over the years It s a good chance to go back into those worlds and see the characters from a different perspective, and to see things fully from their viewpoint and the viewpoint of others The Highlander books are ones I especially tend to like because it allows us to see into the minds of Immortals as they think about their long lives, and experience that which comes with them.While I did enjoy this particular story and thought the characterizations were well done for the most part, I did feel it was a bit slow and I had a hard time finishing it I m not entirely sure why that is other then perhaps I was not get a real feel for the villain I understood the motives as well as they could be understood, but there was no feeling behind the understanding Usually I need to feelsomething, for the villain, whether sympathy or hatred or whatever, and I simply didn t for this one The writing itself also seemed to trip me up at times, but not horribly so.Otherwise I thought it was a fairly good read with an interesting look into part of MacLeod s heritage and past.Favorite quotes passages He had not told her which room, but there was no need The air was alive with it, unmuted by wooden door, by lock by the warding of mortals There for the knowing, the taking the presence of power, terrible power, raw, unfettered power and the promise of a coupling others named bizarre, who couldn t understand a passionate union of body, of soul, of spirit, of essence, entire and inseperable, and an immense satisfaction that no wholly human, so ineffably mortal, could ever comprehend Even in dreams, in nightmares.

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    Scotland the Brave, written by Jennifer Roberson,is the third Highlander official novel.Annie Devlin tries to convince Duncan MacLeod, an Immortal to fight for the independence for Scotland He s just complicated situations in his past attempts but he dearly loves his homeland Now, he s not sure what to do

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    Like a visit from an old friend on a cold snowy night Duncan MacLeod, Richie Ryan, Joe Dawson and Annie Devlin.and More Immortals after Duncan s head.From the author of the Sword Dancer novels Tyger and Del Jennifer does a great job with a Highlander spinoff novel Well done

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    Highlander Scotland the Brave written by Jennifer Roberson and published in 1996 by Aspect A great book version of the popular television screen show.

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    Sometimes TV show tie in novels can actually be good Roberson really got into the mind of the main character and explored the consequences difficulties of being immortal.

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    How much do I love TV tie in novels This one was really, really good Not only did it deal with Duncan s Scottish past, but it featured Richie a lot Love this book