Meridian is a Fenestra, a being who helps guide the souls of the dead into the afterlife so that they are not reincarnated and are able to meet up with their loved ones again on the other side. This is a family trait that passes down through the bloodlines but is not present in every generation. The characters in this book were all fairly two dimensional but still highly enjoyable. Meridian spends most of the book in confusion and fear understandable since she never understood what she was and is being hunted.
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I have deleted my read books here because of the Amazon. Keeping track of books for me on Goodreads was a personal way to manage the volume of books I read and never intended to be used as a purchasing tool for other readers. Books are subjective--please read what appeals to you and dismiss random reviews from other people. When she faced a rare chronic pain disorder her freshman year of college, she knew she was going to have to learn to live outside the box. After one writing workshop, she fell in love with telling stores and shes still going strong.
Her characters tend to be opinionated, outspoken, and stubbornshe has no idea where that comes from. A food lover, she plans trips around menus, wishes cookbooks were scratch and sniff, and loves to make complicated recipesespecially desserts. When shes not reading from a huge stack, shes coaxing rose bushes to bloom, watching delightful teen angst on television, or quilting with more Amber Kizer is not one of those authors who wrote complete books at the age of three and always knew she wanted to be a writer.
Her characters tend to be opinionated, outspoken, and stubborn—she has no idea where that comes from. A food lover, she plans trips around menus, wishes cookbooks were scratch and sniff, and loves to make complicated recipes—especially desserts. She takes her tea black, her custard frozen, and her men witty. She lives in the Seattle area with a menagerie of animals that seems ever changing. Amber currently has three other books under discussion and looks forward to seeing them on bookshelves in the coming years.
Comfortable in the classroom, with kids or adults, she regularly teaches workshops to all levels of writers. Find her on the web at www.
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