- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3020 KB
- Print Length: 173 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: LIBRAtiger; 2 edition (15 September 2018)
- Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GW67FDY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 9 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #989,536 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Thousand Smiles of Nicholas Goring (The Butterfly Hunter Trilogy Book 3) Kindle Edition
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"OMG, beautiful, absolutely beautiful. It is of course no secret that I have just loved this series so far but the third and final book just brings everything to a close of what has been just one gorgeous and exquisite story from beginning to end." Mark, Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews
"A really engaging story that was easy to follow despite being the 3rd book in a series I had not read. … Very heartfelt, with a poetic, enchanted feel to it. The slow pace works for this particular story. Having read the first two books in the series probably would have helped, but wasn’t necessary, which is always the sign of a great read." Honorable Mention, Rainbow Awards 2015
"I have to say I’m very sorry to see the end of the Butterfly Hunter series, I can ‘t have enough of these characters. I would like to read a whole book/series about Robin, or another one on Simon, or Charlie, I would even read a het novel about Denise and Vittorio love. Not just them, all the persons I met during the amazing adventure reading this series was, caught my interest, they made me curious to know so much more and honestly I think it’s something it happened to me very few times. … Julie Bozza has confirmed to be one of my favorite authors, her writing so poetical, lyrical and mystical is unforgettable, I can’t wait for her to release new stories." Stella, Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words
"Gorgeous writing. The perfect, beautiful love and understanding between Nicholas and his Davey is once again delivered in stunning form. The series story arc is delivered full circle in reverent prose. The sublime Australian outback and culture plays a crucial and unforgettable role. When I read this book, this series…I am right there with them. I’ll never look at a blue butterfly again without thinking of these two men." Dianne on Goodreads--This text refers to the paperback edition.
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The second in the series was ok. We get Dave in England to find, be with Nicholas, but is is like an intermission in a way, not what I was looking for; though we see Nicholas on his home turf, and his family, who are wonderful and what I imagine a large, titled family, maybe not eccentric but a different one of them can be loved and cared for, and maybe how Nicholas is so himself. Julie writes in a way that is so pleasurable to read, I have been on the Easter weekend reading all three books, and did not skip book 2.
This book, however, answers a few of my questions from the first book.....and the final chapter was a readers blessing, in that my (emotional to me) question had a definitive answer. Not that we don't know because it is mention several times (sorry to seem obtuse, just trying not to spoil). But the last chapter is fully that, and it is careful, but full, and it brings tears to my eyes just writing this. Some things in this world are special, and somethings can be shared. What is secret in the dance and Dreaming I do not know, but it was pretty powerful for me as it was. So, then I finished the book, and went back to the start of this chapter and read it again, more slowly this time, putting myself in that space....and being lushly there if that makes sense.
What a wonderful finale for The Butterfly Hunter!
Highly recommended, read all of them. xx
Of course the writer has to focus on the couple's beloved waterhole, filled with mystique and magic. After all the waterhole, with its enchanted pool, wattle and blue butterflies, was where it all started for Dave and Nicholas. A sense of urgency permeats the plot when the discovery of iron threatens its survival. There is a touch of mysticism and enchantment in the story as the song lines worked its magic to deliver a fitting resolution to the fate of their beloved waterhole. But most importantly Dave and Nicholas have their love which is even more precious and irreplaceable. Love the writing.