The complete series list for – A Meridian Novel Amber Kizer. Series reading order , cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and. Half-human, half-angel, Meridian Sozu has a dark responsibility. Sixteen-year- old Meridian has been surrounded by death ever since she can. Read “Meridian” by Amber Kizer with Rakuten Kobo. Half-human, half-angel, Meridian Sozu has a dark responsibility. Sixteen-year-old Meridian has been.
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From the day she was born Meridian Sozu seemed to be surrounded by death.
Her aunt is years old and Meridian must master her power so she can help her aunt transition to her afterlife. He turns out to be her protector, and eventually they form an emotional bond that goes beyond his duty and her destiny. The pressure on Meridian is heightened by sinister forces—possibly the Aternocti—who seem determined kozer ostracise her aunt and, later, Meridian herself.
My biggest issue kiaer this book is the clunky way it uses the fundamentalist church to set up the external conflict. It was too easy and too obvious. For someone who supposedly ingratiated himself into the local community and earned their trust, Perimo comes across as a blunt instrument and lacks the charisma I expected him to demonstrate.
The mythology behind the Fenestra kier feels wishy-washy. The story alludes to other kinds of people with special powers, but they only appear—rather conveniently—at the very last part of the story.
Finally, Meridian fails as an urban fantasy heroine. A review copy of this book was generously provided by Random House Australia. The US hardback maber of this book was published in Fenestra Book 1 Author: Random House Australia Format: Books On Board Diesel eBooks.
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Clunky characters and unsatisfying mythology My biggest issue with this book is the clunky way it uses the fundamentalist church to set up the external conflict. Lover Mine by J. What do you think? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.