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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Granted it was a taxi driver, but it definitely irked me that she can be so careless of herself.
Meridian by Amber Kizer
Margo Lanagan author of Tender Kier You instantly become attached to the characters, and not so attached to the evil Reverend. Lists with This Book. It sounded like a cool job, but kind of scary. That nothing ever died around me.
No, I read this for its uniqueness. On top of all of that, there is a Reverend in town who does everything he can to to bring down Meridian and her Aunt, he meririan the rest of the town believe things that aren’t true, leading to stares and whispers when Meridian, her Aunt and Tens just simply go into a restaurant.
There’s something about her makes her special. With each moon phase, the animals got bigger.
Overall, I found MERIDIAN to be deliciously different, not even bothering to tread into the realm of cliches, with great characters I could sympathize with and imagine outside of the book.
Then the hero has to thaw, so there’s a train wreck literally and figuratively that makes him thaw. Instead she’s sent to the home of her Great Aunt in Colorado? My second was to make the bed. A reader’s ability to tolerate this is going to depend on a certain amount of tolerance for ill-logic and bland characters, plus not minding that the villain quotes the Bible and uses Christianity as a weapon.
Amber Kizer Goodreads Author. Books are subjective–please read what appeals to you and dismiss random reviews from other people. On the day she turns 16 she returns home from school to find her family has suddenly packed up the house and all their belongings in preparation to move, a decision apparently made out of the blue.
I loved all the characters, especially Auntie Merry who was one totally awesome one hundred and six-year-old woman and Custos the wolf who immediately befriended Meridian. Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.
Amber Kizer (Author of Meridian)
Her life growing up was hard on her, she had no friends, people thought she was some kind of witch as animals and insects were always dying around her. The Girl with the Broken Heart. Please review your cart.
There was one passage I particularly liked and want to share. I found myself confused every once once in a while. Inspired by Your Browsing History. But in spite of this, most of us still said we liked the book, me more so than many. There are so many supernatural romances being published right now that there has to be one better than this. Jul 12, Jennifer Wardrip rated it it was amazing Shelves: Meridian is practically a blank slate, having no friends, no hobbies, no dreams, no drive.
I really like how she explores her powers and the idea of death; Kizer handles these scenes with subtle, nuanced emotion, where a lesser author might stray into the melodramatic. Melissa de la Cruz.
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It’s not something I got really into – not one of those books you just can’t put down, or anything like that. I say this as a warning because I could see people being offended by the radical portrayal of the religion in this book.
She doesn’t like that things die around her all the time and that she constantly feels sick, but even that isn’t described vividly enough to be compelling.
I wanted to like this one, really I did, but sadly I couldn’t. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. The character of Meridian, who manages to be both strong and vulnerable, mature and believably sixteen.
Meridian by Amber Kizer – Book Thingo
Well how about reading about angels? They’re always rising, just rising for someone else. 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.
She has come t The moment I started reading this book it completely captured my attention and never let go, I lost track of time and page numbers.