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Jamyria (The Jamyria Series Book 1) Those Taken Into The Parallel World, Jamyria, Are Desperate To Escape But Hope Is Lost Without The Latest Being Of God Like Power, Known As The New Mark, Who Is Said To Come Into Existence Every Half Century And Free All Those Who Have Entered The Wait For Such A Person Drags On At An Agonizing Pace Until, At Long Last, The New Mark Arrives Though, Not In The Form Of A Strapping Young Man, As Its Predecessors Were Sixteen Years Of Age, Small In Physique, Soul Irreparably Damaged Female Margo Grisby, Freshly Marked With Power, Must Choose Her Fate.

10 thoughts on “Jamyria (The Jamyria Series Book 1)


  1. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to author Madeline MeekinsYou who are cursed must meet your fateThis was a YA fantasy story about a girl who finds herself in another world Margo was an okay character, but I found it quite difficult to relate to her, I m not sure why.The storyline in this was about Margo somehow being transported to a world called Jamyria, and trying to work out why she was there, and what she was expected to do Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to author Madeline MeekinsYou who are cursed must meet your fateThis was a YA fantasy story about a girl who finds herself in another world Margo was an okay character, but I found it quite difficult to relate to her, I m n...


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    Actual rating 2.5This wasn t an awful read, but I can t say I really enjoyed it I found it pretty slow, and I felt confused quite a few times I couldn t warm to the characters enough to like them, so that didn t help either Overall, Not bad, but not a book for me.


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    I was given a free ebook version of the book by the author, via the YA Buddy Readers Corner group, in exchange for an honest review.Although I did get through the book pretty quickly, I wouldn t necessarily say it was a page turner There were certain parts that left me a bit baffled Margo was, in my opinion, far too accepting of her new situation for a normal teenager I mean, what teenager would happily accept that they have been transported into another world through a glass ball, now h I was given a free ebook version of the book by the author, via the YA Buddy Readers Corner group, in exchange for an honest review.Although I did get through the book pretty quickly, I w...


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    I was given a free copy of this book for an honest review via the group YA Buddy Readers Corner.I have had a hard time deciding if this book was a 1 or 2 star Finally I decided it was over all a 2 star but I would never recommend it to anyone.I love the concept of the book, I loved the Prologue of the book.sadly, for me, it was all down hill from there.The book it written in third person which makes the cold and distant characters evenso Margo was not a character that I could relate I was given a free copy of this book for an honest review via the group YA Buddy Readers Corner.I have had a hard time deciding if...


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    I received a digital copy of this book from the author, Madeline Meekins, as part of a YA Buddy Readers Corner group read.Intriguing Prologue, and the initial thoughts on this novel was that it was rather odd At 23% I felt that I was getting some way to understanding the construction of the world, but I could not understand how Margo was so unfazed by suddenly appearing in the world of Jamyria I was struck by the absence of much happening in the middle section It didn t really have enough to I received a digital copy of this book from the author, Madeline Meekins, as part of a YA Buddy Readers Corner group read.Intriguing Prologue, and the initial thoughts on this novel was that it was rather odd At 23% I felt that I was getting some way to understanding the construction of the world, but I could not understand how Margo was so unfazed by suddenly appearing in the world of Jamyria I was struck by the absence of much happening in the middle section It didn t really have enoug...


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    Margo is tired of the stares, the silence, the awkwardness She can t change the past and she can t change how teenagers act But she never thought that stomping away from an awkward teenage encounter would land her falling through a globe into another world that she might be called to save Jamyria The Entering is a riveting fantasy tale of a teenage girl who begins down the path of destiny It is very well written, interspersing Margo s life in the fantasy world Jamyria with flashbacks of her Margo is tired of the stares, the silence, the awkwardness She can t change the past and she can t change how teenagers act But she...


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    I received a copy from the author, in exchange for an honest review Actual Rating 3.15 This was an okay read The book has potential However, it got boring during the middle of the book I felt a bit disappointed in the book as it did not live up to my expectations It was a slow paced book It was difficult to understand sometimes, and that made meconfused and frustrated The characters were okay I felt like I could not connect wit...


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    There is exquisite description at the start of The Entering and for the first fifty pages or so this book reminded me a little of Alice in Wonderland, in that our character, Margo, finds herself in another world These fifty pages are captivating and for the next half I felt the language switched to formal and its sudden gear change of Margo is going to save the people did catapult this into your typical YA novel Author, Madeline Meekins, does quite wonderfully bring this novel back into its ow There is exquisite description at the start of The Entering and for the first fifty pages or so this book reminded me a little of Alice in Wonderland, in that our character, Margo, fin...

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