Read & download Þ Merrow Author Ananda Braxton-Smith



10 thoughts on “Merrow Author Ananda Braxton-Smith

  1. says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel From Beginning to Bookend Steeped in Irish lore Merrow is a nuanced coming of age that celebrates the power of stories

  2. says:

    I was looking for the sea and I found it in this book all of it

  3. says:

    I have to admit my pet peeve is tenses that skip and slide out of place Slipping from past to present and back again can work beautifully if done properly but here I simply felt that the author kept forgetting which time she was writing in That aside Merrow has some really lovely moments and walks the line betwe

  4. says:

    She is a wild girl full of stories and covered in scales growing up without a mother or a father Although her aunt raised her it is

  5. says:

    I guess like 35 The writing was lyrical and beautiful But the story ended up being literary to the point that I was wondering what led

  6. says:

    I loved so much about this the place the nature of story the realness of Neen's struggle to make sense of her circumstances the tales within the tale the gentle flashes of humor the tension between Christianity and paganism So it killed me with the needless anachronisms In the year 900 something because Vikings and near the millennium they didn't have figs or almonds on the Isle of Man I want to give this fi

  7. says:

    So it should be no surprise that Merrow caught my eye Just look at that lovely cover I dare anyone to pass up a book that clearly shows that mermaids will be involved I'm a lover of all things fantastical but merm

  8. says:

    Absolutely beautiful I felt like I was in Ireland and swimming in the ocean along with the mermaids and kelp I loved the fantastical elements in this historical fantasy placed at the time period where Christianity is first starting to work its way into rural Ireland This is a slow and uiet story that portrays life in a sma

  9. says:

    Good story but not great A bit hard to get into it and the characters do not elicit sympathyLife is not fussy where it grows but it is set hard on doing soSoft feelings butter no parsnips

  10. says:

    Nooooooot good for kids Goodness knows I hated it Now there are in fact things to like about it and I understand the award Sometimes

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Read & download » PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Ananda Braxton-Smith

Ck Island have been whispering behind Neen's back ever since her father drowned and her mother disappeared The townspeople say her mother was a merrow and has returned to the ocean Nee I loved so much about this the place the nature of story the realness of Neen s struggle to make sense of her circumstances the tales within the tale

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Merrow Author Ananda Braxton-Smith

In this breathless and beautifully crafted tale twelve year old Neen Marrey must separate town gossip from town lore to learn the truth about her mother and herselfThe people of Carri I was looking for the sea and I found it in this book all of it

Read & download » PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Ananda Braxton-Smith

N caught in her hazy new in between self not a child but not uite grown up can't help but wonder if the villagers are right But if her mother was a merrow then what does that make Neen Absolutely beautiful I felt like I was in Ireland and swimming in the ocean along with the mermaids and kelp I loved the fantastical elements in this