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Magdalen Rising (Maeve Chronicles, #1) Young Magdalen And Jesus, Brimming With Youthful Charm And Arrogance, Find Each Other And Fall In Love, Forging A Bond That Is Stronger Than Death Their Pleasure Is Overshadowed By A Brilliant But Unbalanced Druid Who Knows A Perilous Secret About Maeve S Past The Prequel To The Passion Of Mary Magdalen.

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • Magdalen Rising (Maeve Chronicles, #1)
  • Elizabeth Cunningham
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 0976684322

10 thoughts on “Magdalen Rising (Maeve Chronicles, #1)

  1. says:

    Two and a half But it won t let us gives halves Overall The book didn t work for me In specific there are some well articulated moments see below.I think maybe my hopes were too high for this book I was hoping for a book that really put a female male balanced spiritual world view But instead, I got a strong dose of humanist feminism beating men at their own game scrubbed over with a sort of New Age Celtic goddess magic and powers idea As I read, what I kept hoping for was that the yo Two and a half But it won t let us gives halves Overall The book didn t work for me In specific there are some well articulated moments see below.I think maybe my hopes were too high for this book I was hoping for a book that really put a female male balanced spiritual world view But instead, I got a strong dose of humanist feminism beating men at their own game scrubbed over with a sort of New Age Celtic goddess magic and powers idea As I read, what I kept hoping for was that the young Maeve would realize that she wants to be herself for being herself, rather than fall into all the patterns that have been set up by the women in her life But she persists throughout the entire book being the same kind strong woman as those she gr...

  2. says:

    So just what was Jesus doing between the ages of 12 and 30 The time in which the bible is silent about his life has been speculated upon by many, and in this book Elizabeth Cunningham delightfully gives us her two cents We have the narration straight from the mouth of Mary Magdalen, but she is not called that yet no she will not get that name until she travels to the Holy Land Here her name is Maeve, young daughter of eight warrior witches, Celtic priestess in training, a precocious fiery re So just what was Jesus doing bet...

  3. says:

    Elizabeth Cunningham s book originally sold under the title _Daughter of the Shining Isles_ tells the story of a woman raised by goddesses on a holy island She goes to the druids to learn their ways, and there meets a man with whom she falls in love Little does she know that this man would someday be know...

  4. says:

    These novels by Elizabeth Cunningham are a great delight bringing a celtic, feminine side to Christianity, if only it were really so I have always had a strong connection to high fantasy and celtic culture and these are steeped in the best tradition and very well and entertainingly written The fact that Cunningham comes from a long line of Episcopal ministers makes them eveninteresting These books are like a secret delight you know the are not great literature with a Capital L but These novels by Elizabeth Cunningham are a great delight bringing a celtic, feminine side to Christianity, if only it were really so I have always had a strong connection to high fantasy and celtic culture and these are steeped in the best tradition and very well and entertainingly written The fact that C...

  5. says:

    I love historical fiction and when I realized the identity of a certain child, I thought, OMG, what an interesting twist THAT makes Loved it

  6. says:

    A story about a young, Celtic Magdalene and a young Jesus, druids, mysteries, ancient times and undying love, so what s not to love about this brilliant book Apart from Marion Zimmer Bradley s Avalon saga, this was the most Pagan book I ve ever read and I ll definietly read ...

  7. says:

    This is the third time in less than six months that I have read this book, and I love itevery time I read it Cunningham crafted such a wonderful cast of characters The dynamics between Maeve, Branwen, and Viviane are awesome It s fresh to see two girls that is, Maeve and Viviane who are supposed to be enemies grow to love each other almost as sisters Girls helping girls is such a better trope than girls being catty to each other It s one of the many great feminist lessons this boo This is the third time in less than six months that I have read this book, and I love itevery time I read it Cunningham crafted such a wonderful cast of characters The dynamics between Maeve, Branwen, and Viviane are awesome It s fresh to see two girls that is, Maeve and Viviane who are supposed to be enemies grow to love each other almost as sisters Girls helping girls is such a better trope than girls being catty to each other ...

  8. says:

    The whole Maeve Chronicles series is superlative, highly recommended, one of my favorites I would recommend it for fans of strong women, Celtic fantasy, Biblical reinterpretation, myth and magic, Goddess fiction, the Mists of Avalon In a nutshell, Mary Magdalen is re visioned as a Celtic ex pat and Jesus wife, a magical and strong and sometimes foolish woman, and her tale spans the course of four well researched and well written books Written with cheek and humor and glory and beauty, all at The whole Maeve Chronicles series is superlative, highly recommended, one of my favorites I would recommend it for fans of strong women, Celtic fantasy, Biblical reinterpretation, myth and magic, Goddess fiction, the Mists of Avalon In a nutshell, Mary Magdalen is re visioned as a Celtic ex pat and Jesus wife, a magical and strong and sometimes foolish woman, and her tale spans the course of four well researched and well written books Written with cheek and humor and glory and beauty, all at once.In Book One, Magdalen Rising, Maeve is born on the Isle of Women and raised by eight warrior witches and a goddess or two She sees the young Jesus while scrying and knows their fates are interwoven T...

  9. says:

    This was I ve just finished it, and I m not entirely sure what it was, or how I feel about it.I adored Maeve as narrator snarky, irreverent, speaking directly to the reader at times, and explaining things without making a big deal of them.But at the same time, I sort of feel that the conceit Jesus training with the Druids on Mona, and Maeve bei...

  10. says:

    interesting to think of mary magdalen jesus in this way in NO WAY a Christian bookpagan than anything else.

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