A Riddle of Roses (2020)

A Riddle of Roses Caryl Cude Mullin A Riddle of Roses Meryl s mother was a great bard a storyteller and musician who sang of life and the world around her Meryl already an orphan wants to follow in her mother s footsteps Highly spirited and curious sh
  • Title: A Riddle of Roses
  • Author: Caryl Cude Mullin
  • ISBN: 9781896764283
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
A Riddle of Roses Caryl Cude Mullin Meryl s mother was a great bard a storyteller and musician who sang of life and the world around her Meryl, already an orphan, wants to follow in her mother s footsteps Highly spirited and curious, she has broken a sacred rule and has been suspended from her studies Undaunted, Meryl decides to achieve her goal another way she undertakes a quest in search of the m Meryl s mother was a great bard a storyteller and musician who sang of life and the world around her Meryl, already an orphan, wants to follow in her mother s footsteps Highly spirited and curious, she has broken a sacred rule and has been suspended from her studies Undaunted, Meryl decides to achieve her goal another way she undertakes a quest in search of the mythical Avalon Her great adventure leads her to find her own true voice through music and song Set in a time when legends are part of everyday life, A Riddle of Roses is an intriguing fantasy springing from Celtic myth and tradition.
A Riddle of Roses Caryl Cude Mullin

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One thought on “A Riddle of Roses

  1. Raven R. (AvalonReadsBooks)

    If I never have to read another hruumph nha or an indeed, indeed it ll be too soon Okay So usually I love books about Avalon and Faeries and Quests with adventures and random funny characters but holy did this book fail me Firstly, all the characters are annoying There isn t a single character I liked Meryl, our main character, is nothing than a spoiled brat with no manners or common sense The talking bush was nothing than a cryptic old grump The fairy and the fool were so ridiculous they were [...]

  2. Jessica

    Quick, nice book, if a little predictable The action was basically non stop, so there weren t any lagging points I found the main character really unlikable, though she truly was a stick in the mud, as one of the sidekicks accurately put it Other than that, fun, light stuff.

  3. Gordon Bagshaw

    This book is reminiscent of such classics as written by C.S Lewis and Tolkien A pure joy to read Couldn t put it down.

  4. Shanielle

    That friends come in all shapes and sizes and that if you really want to be something you may become mad

  5. L.D. Taylor

    Read this with my daughter and we thoroughly enjoyed it Classic fantasy, but with a heroine instead of a hero makes for a nice change.

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