Review: Book: Maiden- Teresa A. Harrison


Title: Maiden

Series: Lightwalker #1

Author’s Name: Teresa A. Harrison

Publisher: Acorn Publishing, LLC

Genre: Coming of Age Fiction

Page Count: 282 Pages


Author or Book Website:

Link to Amazon purchase page: Maiden

Link to Goodreads: Maiden

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Marta and Jayme are old friends with different beliefs. Marta dreams of becoming a healer. Jayme has been schooled by the black-coats, a group of priests who claim women are inferior, and he fears Marta is jeopardizing her eternal future.

Despite a heated debate over Marta’s soul, Jayme betrays her to the priests. The consequences of his betrayal change Marta’s life forever.

After a brutal massacre, Marta awakens deep in the forest overcome with grief for her lost sisters, but the world will not let her rest. The tragedy has changed her. She hears the call of nature, eventually steering her toward a small cottage in the wilderness. There she learns of nature’s magic and what it means to be a Lightwalker. The path is there for her to follow. If she’s strong enough to embrace it…

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I am not sure about this. The deep religious debate in this novel and the part about women being inferior kind of pushed me off. I did not get a lot of the story. It did not make a lot of sense. The characters did not have a lot of dimension. Not sure if I will continue to read the series or not.

My Rating of the Book: 3 Stars

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