Book Review

KEY OF KNOWLEDGE
by Nora Roberts

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance

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When we last left the trio of Mal Price, Dana Steele and Zoe McCourt, they had just succeeded in locating the mysterious Key of Light. But two more mystical keys must be located if the women are going to succeed in freeing the long-imprisoned magical Daughters of Glass. It is now librarian Dana's turn, and she must locate the Key of Knowledge.

Wouldn't you know that in order to do so, Dana will need the help of former love Jordan Hawke. Now a bestselling author, Jordan has returned home both to help with the quest and try for a second chance with Dana. Until now, he was unaware that he had broken Dana's heart; fixing the damage is not going
to be easy.

The riddle of the Key of Knowledge indicates that Dana must deal with her past, present and future in order to succeed. Time is running out, and the evil Kane grows bolder about interfering in the quest.

Picking up right where Key of Light left off, this is the second installment of Roberts' Key trilogy, which is proving to be an exhilarating treasure hunt. With the core characters all appearing in each book, it gives readers a real chance to become invested in all their lives and loves. (Dec., 352 pp., 7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Jove

Published: December 2003

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4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Key of Knowledge

Submitted by Robin in PA on May 22, 2011 - 9:48pm.

Three women have been summoned by Gods to find three keys that together will break an evil spell.  One key has been found.  It is now Dana Steele's turn to find her golden key.  With her love of books and knowledge, Dana works to decipher her clue.  She has the help of her friends, her brother, and surprisingly, her ex-lover Jordan Hawke.  Jordan has come home to help his friends with their quest.  He also wants to win back Dana and keep her safe from evil.

I thought his book was much better than the first in the series.  Maybe because the mythology was all spelled out in the first book and so we could get more action in this book.  The hero and heroine made a great couple, and the ending of this book was very original.  My rating: 4.5 Stars.