: Lark Rising (Guardians of Tarnec) (): Sandra Waugh: Books. The village of Merith is about to be massacred by grisly beasts called the Troths, plunging year-old Lark Carew into a quest to summon the. Full of romance and nature magic, this debut fantasy is perfect for fans of Shannon Hale, Juliet Marillier, and Kristin Cashore. Lark has foreseen.

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You pisssed off a drunk reader. And the romance is just instalove with the typical YA jerk.

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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. One of the first things that grabs your attention while reading Lark Rising is the beautiful writing and world-building, both of which draw you into the story easily. A book for both the younger and older teens. And it didn’t make sense to me. Search for a book to wauugh a reference.

I was worried that it would be a little unoriginal, not fresh or different from other fantasy novels, but there was no need to worry. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Guardians of Tarnec 1. But I do think others will love it.

Basically, he’s out to kill her and she just sort of rolls over and accepts it. I don’t know how else to describe it – poetic, maybe. I hated to put it down to do other things and always came back to it. I giggledsuddenly shy again, but Gharain reached his hand out and took mine willingly enough. Which sucked for me. September 23, Rating: It starts out about a young girl, Lark, who has the “sight” or visions. She makes it the mountains and with the aid of the gifts given to her by Twig, she finds Erema who has the amulet.


Kingdom of the Blazing Phoenix. She doesn’t understand and is upset when Gharain touches her to “open” her up. 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. Guardians of Tarnec, book one Star Rating: Wonderful, I can’t wait for more from this promising author! I really wish I had loved this. But when her sight warns her that her village will be attacked by Troths soon, she has to go on a journey to seek help from the legendary Riders of Tarnec.

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But whether she meets true love or a brutal end on such a journey is a matter of who finds her first. I’m gonna write the actual review when I’m drunk. Sandra Waugh Average rating: As I have seen I’m unsure about this book.

Lark Rising

She also dreams of a man who tries to kill her. And push it on everyone, fantasy lover or not! Strangers and crowds can quickly overwhelm; to journey into unknown territory to beg help promises to be a grueling challenge for one so shy.

Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. May 21, Kels Fidler rated it it was amazing Shelves: As said in the blurb: Lark Rising is being labeled as YA, but it felt much more like a middle grade novel, and I would definitely not recommend it to adults looking for an epic fantasy, This review was originally posted on Avid Reviews: Cheesy scenes and dialogues. She is both gifted and tormented by the sight and the consequences it brings along with her unique ability to read energies.


Lark Rising (Guardians of Tarnec, #1) by Sandra Waugh

The Caller Shadowfell Book 3. So here, we’ll deal with the whole plot-significant character development quick-like in the span of say one or two chapters so we can let Lark get back to mooning over Dickbag as fast as possible. When certain friends had to leave.

September 23, Sold by: So of course Prince doesn’t trust and is abominably rude to Lark, who is of course his real fated one-true-love. When she find the Riders of Tarnec, she realises that one of them, Gharain, is the man who she has foreseen that she will fall in love with but who will end up killing her.

It was like Waugh was piercing my soul! Nov 07, I ,ark be reading the rest of the wauhg. I couldn’t connect with it. Have some notes on my thoughts so far, at the halfway point: The rest of the plot is basically like Lord of the Rings meets a bunch of other YA fantasy books.