November 27, 2018

#BookReview: Maiden by Teresa A. Harrison

About the Book:

Marta and Jayme are old friends with different beliefs. Marta dreams of becoming a healer. Jayme has been schooled by the black-coats, a group of priests who claim women are inferior, and he fears Marta is jeopardizing her eternal future.

Despite a heated debate over Marta’s soul, Jayme betrays her to the priests. The consequences of his betrayal change Marta’s life forever.

After a brutal massacre, Marta awakens deep in the forest overcome with grief for her lost sisters, but the world will not let her rest.

 The tragedy has changed her. She hears the call of nature, eventually steering her toward a small cottage in the wilderness. 

There she learns of nature’s magic and what it means to be a Lightwalker. The path is there for her to follow.

 If she’s strong enough to embrace it…

About the Author: Teresa A. (McPeek) Harrison grew up in Decatur, Illinois. After graduating from Eureka College in Eureka, IL, with a BA in Speech and Theatre, she moved to Granby, Massachusetts where she married and started a family and was actively involved in the community, including Girl Scouts and various committees, such as The Arts Council and Charter Day.  

Teresa has been reading and telling stories her whole life, and now she is writing them down.

Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Fantasy

My Review: Although the cover to this one is so pretty and I really wanted to love it it just didn't work out for me.  I found this one pretty all over the place. For me I felt very confused on the plot and the story just didn't make sense. It should have been pretty straight forward but it just didn't work out.  I didn't connect with any of the characters at all.  And I DNFed this one around 25%. 


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