Mieradome by Kate O'Hegarty

Author: Kate O'Hegarty
Published November 20th 2010 by Author House
323 pages
Copy sent by the author
Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥

Mieradome, revolves around a young girl named Amavia, who believes she is a human girl, but slowly comes to find she is a faery in the world of Mieradome. Amavia's mother, Anastasica, had taken her out of the faery realm and hidden her away here in our human realm, so that she may be protected from her parents' past mistakes. But that was not enough, the forces that be found Amavia, and brought her back into the cosmos of the Grandmother Tree. There she meets other faeries, goblins, Telkar dragons, and Utopisols. Slowly who Amavia really was began to unravel to show the truth. The truth, that she just may be the evil they need to destroy. This is where the story begins.

Mieradome is a magical place where faeries live. The book is full of interesting personalities, faeries and other fascinating creatures. Amavia has to go to Mieradome to find out her mother's secret and her true identity.

At the start of the novel, it already intrigued me. What was this strange place called Mieradome and this raven who kept on talking about Amavia's death. The wonderful land of Mieradome was already introduced in the first few chapters. I had so many questions in my mind that I just continued reading and didn't notice that I already read a lot. There were many events in the story that may intreset you. What really interest me though are the unique names the author used such as Caiden, Aselin, Thewlis, Inocian, Garin, Amavia and many more. Although the names are pretty and unique, I had a hard time remembering the other names. Almost all characters, even the unimportant ones, have full names which made it more difficult.

I liked the story line and the word building. I also find the cover pretty and simple. I like books about faeries because they fascinate me. The author was able to create her unique version of faeries and interesting characters. However, the character building was not that impressive but just needed more development for the story.

Although this was not a perfect book, the author managed to showcase her talent on storytelling and world building.

♥ xoxo, Edil ♥



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