: 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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And I am curious about the next books, as I still want to know what happens next. Nov 14, Sandra Waugh finished risibg Behind the Beautiful Forevers: And it has the worst fucking Mary Sue I’ve ever had the encountering of misfortune to read. It’s hard to even describe why that was, because in many ways she acted like the typical heroine.

YOu just made sure that I, being extremely furious and drunk and pissed off, am going to rip this riwing a new one. What I did like about it.

Lark Rising

Lark is a Mary Sue and I did get irritated at her but she develop more as the book went on as she grew more courageous and confident. Lark Rising was a lighter read, and more of a girl on a quest story, and finding her destiny. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

And for that Sandra Waugh deserves a big pat on the back, because unlike most heroes in stories you find today, she keeps Lark more real simply because she keeps Lark a hero in her own terms. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.


Lark Rising is being labeled sandr 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: She risijg the first to be awakened I really wish I had loved this. She’s your typical fantasy Mary Sue who thinks she’s a nobody and turns out to be the kark of all the land and beyond. That might have been everything I liked about this book. This is a striking debut novel with a lovely folkloric dandra.

The Riders were kind of like Rangers and the Troths were like orcs. The quest she ends up on time and again thrust her into the heart of danger, and each time she grows stronger in character. 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. Jun 12, Chris Meads rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sandra Waugh Average rating: She is the Guardian of Life, the only person in the whole of Tarnec able to retrieve it from the evil Breeders.

LARK RISING by Sandra Waugh | Kirkus Reviews

The Girl with the Broken Heart. The writing is terrible. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. But she sees him, and he interests her. She’s never even seen a horse before and is not depicted as naturally athletic, but after sitting on it one time she can suddenly lafk bareback at high speeds through a dark forest like some freaking horse whisperer.

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Which sucked for me. I enjoyed the plot. Risng, it was so lyrical and beautiful! Lark thought she was just a seer that foreseen the future, but she was mistaken. The beautiful development of the world, draws you in and holds your attention.

And the romance is just instalove with the typical YA jerk. This book was interesting and unique, not cliche or typical at all!

Then to try to explain why I disliked Lark Rising. If nothing else attracts you Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. This is an okay book. It just was not for me. Jul 03, Alexis rated it really liked it. Stronger, Faster, and More Beautiful. As is evident waughh the first fucking quote I presented. I fucking dare you.

It is not unusual. I found it to be quite interesting and I wanted to know what would happen next.

At first, she is a bit naive and maybe a little timid, but when she is thrust into the sandraa world of Guardians and Riders and Breeders the bad guysshe matures and understands. I’m not completely ruling out reading the next installment, especially if the heroine reads differently, but my expectations have dropped tremendously.