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Publisher's Summary

The Mer Cycle begins…
In the twenty-fifth year of the reign of Cyne Colfre, a fifteen year-old girl named Mereddyd-a-Lagan sought to wield powers reserved, until now, for men. Would she attain the station of Osraed…or die a heretic like the one who went before her?
©1992 Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff (P)2013 Audible Inc.
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Critic Reviews

“…be sure to pick up Taminy, the enthralling continuation of Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff’s powerful and evocative first book, The Meri. …this intricately wrought character study…set(s) the stage beautifully for the forthcoming Crystal Rose. Ms. Bohnhoff is a superlative talent with an exquisite gift for pure storytelling magic.” (Romantic Times)
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By Bigmommabird on 01-04-14

Intriguing story but badly read

Would you try another book from Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff and/or Brittany Pressley?

I would be interested in another book from Maya Bohnhoff, but not with Pressley as the reader.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Meri?

I can't choose just one. I like the main character's insights.

What didn’t you like about Brittany Pressley’s performance?

Mispronounced words, using wrong words (such as mediation for meditation), putting pauses and emphases in the wrong places.

Do you think The Meri needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

It would be interesting to hear more of the story.

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