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The Poet Prince (Magdalene Line Trilogy 3, Band 3) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. Juli 2011

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Kathleen McGowan was formerly editor-in-chief of THE IRISH NEWS in Los Angeles, having worked in Ireland in her twenties as a reporter. She has written extensively on subjects including politics, history and the arts. She lives in Los Angeles with her Irish-born musician husband, Peter McGowan.

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The New and the Old in a Whole New Way 10. Juli 2010
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There is something so compelling about Ms. McGowan's story-telling, with her creative, deft, insightful mash-up of the old and new. Old ways of thinking about religion and women and art and power, and exciting new ways to see it all, thanks to her original connections between these things. An historical storyline and a contemporary one. Modern adventurers and ancient teachers. And all of it lovingly bound in a time-traveling plot that kept me turning the pages well past midnight.

The last thing McGowan does is merely pass along received wisdom. And I love that aspect of her work more than anything. To formulate fresh insights about anything, to make never before made connections between people and events and creativity and spirituality, is the most original and valuable thing a writer can do. And McGowan does it in a truly fascinating and unique way.

An added bonus: this book is interactive, sending you on your own quest for knowledge! Googling the art and locations McGowan writes about adds a bonus layer of richness to her work, and is a lot of fun too!
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Tedious Guide Book 6. Juli 2010
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Let me just say, I like Kathleen McGowan. I enjoyed her first 2 books. They aren't high literature, and the characters are one dimensional, but they are interesting reads that move fairly quickly. I was moved by those books, and continued to think about them, long after I finished them. The subject matter is interesting and it kept me captivated the whole time.

Since I enjoyed her other books, and this book also includes the renaissance, the history of the Medici's, Italy, and all of that (which are fascinations of mine)I thought this book would be right up my alley. I started and stopped reading it several times, until I heard Kathleen on the radio, talking so passionately about it, that I thought I'd give it another chance.

Sadly, the writing in this book doesn't flow. Kathleen was trying so hard to give us all the facts we need to support her story, but instead of helping, it just jogged me right out of the magic of her story and into a dry guide book. I assume she was so worried about trying to catch readers up-to-speed from The Book of Love, that the writing just came off as random facts, even though it is a novel.

I hope this isn't her last book, as I do like her, but I hope that it is NOTHING like this book. As I said, recently, I happened to hear Kathleen on the radio and she's so interesting, and very passionate about what she does. Her excitement is contagious. She talked about writing another book regarding her own experiences of what she really encountered along the way with her research, and the mystical events she experienced within the process. I think THAT book would flow a lot better, because she wouldn't be trying to prove anything...just tell her story...and, a riveting story it is. I'll be looking forward to that one.
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The time returns 31. Juli 2010
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This is the third in the Magdalene Line series that began with THE EXPECTED ONE and continued with THE BOOK OF LOVE. This series has such a strong overall story arc that attempting to read it in anything other than the intended order would leave the reader at a total loss. The series is one of the many 'Jesus and Mary Magdalene were a couple' that have appeared in the post 'Davinci Code' era.

THE POET PRINCE begins a few months after the events of THE BOOK OF LOVE. All the star crossed present day lovers of the previous novels have resolved their differences and are happily engaged in working for the Order. Maureen Paschal (the Expected One) and Berenger (the Poet Prince) are looking forward to traveling to Tuscany to further their studies with Destino, the greatest teacher of their Order. Everything is going perfectly now until problems that had begun nearly two thousand years earlier arose. The narrative jumps from ancient Rome, to the Renaissance era Medici family and to the present day multiple times.

This series definitely falls into the 'guilty pleasures' category. The premise, even for this subgenre of thriller is a bit stretched. The characters, particularly those in the present day are one dimensional cardboard figures. The bad guys' motives are a bit murky and the good guys are a bit dim not to see what is coming. This series was originally presented as a trilogy but if this is the final book the story seems incomplete. Still, if and only if, you have read the earlier books take this one along to the beach to while away a few hours.
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Infuriating and Compelling 19. April 2013
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I've read all three of her Magdalene Line books now. With each I was frustrated with the characters, and actually wanted to punch them for being so stupid at times. While I am really engaged with the subject matter, and have enjoyed reading more about places, events and theories proposed in these stories, I find most of the author's characters unenjoyable.

Her main character Maureen is irritatingly dense when it comes to unraveling a mystery. Her best friend Tamara is irritatingly snarky and glib, and the only person I actually would like to meet and spend time with is the Master, aka Destino.

I think the author's research and theories are highly interesting and entertaining. I found the story vehicle used to be inadequate.
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the poet prince 20. November 2011
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The redeeming part of this book is the historical fiction on the Medici Family and their portrayal.
The characters in the modern part seem disconnected and don't have depth. Their stories have soap opera themes prevailing. This was not as good as either of the other two in the series in my opinion.
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