The Carrier of the Mark

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Their love was meant to be.

When Megan Rosenberg moves to Ireland, everything in her life seems to fall into place. After growing up in America, she's surprised to find herself feeling at home in her new school. She connects with a group of friends, and she is instantly drawn to darkly handsome Adam DeRís.

But Megan is about to discover that her feelings for Adam are tied to a fate that was sealed long ago—and...

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Overview

Their love was meant to be.

When Megan Rosenberg moves to Ireland, everything in her life seems to fall into place. After growing up in America, she's surprised to find herself feeling at home in her new school. She connects with a group of friends, and she is instantly drawn to darkly handsome Adam DeRís.

But Megan is about to discover that her feelings for Adam are tied to a fate that was sealed long ago—and that the passion and power that brought them together could be their ultimate destruction.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Fallon’s debut novel, first published on the HarperCollins online writing community inkpop.com and then selected for print, is a better-than-average offering that occasionally betrays its amateur roots with some uneven pacing. The setup is familiar and briskly handled: 17-year-old Megan Rosenberg has moved to Kinsale, Ireland, with her father after several unsettled years following the death of Megan’s mother. Megan fits right in with the popular crowd at her new school, but a broodingly handsome boy, Adam DeRís, keeps staring at her, and Megan stares right back, despite her friends’ warnings. Several chapters of teenage day-in-the-life narration ensue before Fallon suddenly dumps mysterious marks, elemental forces, and the Celtic goddess Danu into the mix, and the story takes off in a paranormal direction that the first third of the book has only hinted at. The intense, immediate romance between Megan and Adam remains the focus and the main draw. It’s an engaging story, heavy on the “snogging” and light on the mystical perils, from an author likely to improve with time. Ages 13–up. (Oct.)
Booklist
“First-time novelist Fallon has blended a unique tale of magic, folklore, friendship, and sweet romance into a tantalizing mystery with a modicum of danger.”
Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“With its page-turning pacing, tension is high and readers will want to read future episodes.”
VOYA - Ann McDuffie
Escaping painful memories, Megan and her father move from the United States to Ireland based on an anonymous job recommendation. Megan is quickly accepted into the small-town school by everyone except one guy: the aloof Adam, who has a problem with the new American girl. Despite coming from different worlds, Megan and Adam are irresistibly drawn to each other. While Adam teaches sailing class, Megan notices he has a supernatural command over water; his siblings have similar powers over earth and fire, and Megan experiences the ability to control air. Powerful forces are drawing Megan and Adam together, and she discovers that the scar she bears is actually a mark that makes her one of the four earthly elements in human form. Though their love is forbidden, Adam tries to unlock the code that will allow them to be together. Meanwhile, the evil Knox organization wants control of the elements and kidnaps Megan. Adam comes to her rescue, but in a surprising twist, Megan becomes the rescuer. If teens are not completely over paranormal novels, Carrier of the Mark will appeal to fans of supernatural romance. With its page-turning pacing, tension is high and readers will want to read future episodes. The romance is mostly implied, with a few breathless kissing scenes but nothing more. Minor flaws are that Megan accepts her magical talent far too quickly, and readers may be confused about details of the history of the mark. These faults will likely be overlooked in favor of likable characters and an engaging, though somewhat familiar, story line. Reviewer: Ann McDuffie
Kirkus Reviews

This obsessive,Twilight-like romance and teen debut, first discovered on inkpop.com, misses the benefit of thorough editing in a rush to be published.

After years of moving since her mother died, Megan finally feels at home in her father's most recent relocation, this time to Ireland. Despite rumors that his family may be witches, she's instantly attracted to Adam DeRís. Megan soon discovers in a nonstop information dump (which leaves little room for authentic Irish dialogue or interesting action) that she, along with Adam and his two siblings, is Marked as one of the vessels of the four elements (earth, wind, fire and air). If she can invoke her powers, then she and the DeRíses can perform an alignment on the Summer Solstice and turn the world's chaos into harmony. But Megan is also the Carrier of the Mark and therefore responsible for producing children that will continue the Marked lineage. Because "physical union" between two Marked is forbidden, Megan must decide if she should accept her fate and forsake Adam's love or repress her Marked powers and let the world fall to ruin. Complicating the decision are the Knox, who want to seize the elemental powers and instate a fifth element, and possible corruption of a secret Order with ties to Trinity College in Dublin. Perhaps the planned sequel will be less complicated.

Misses the mark.(Paranormal romance. 13 & up)

School Library Journal
Gr 7 Up—Megan and her dad have recently moved to Ireland following the death of her mother. At her new school, the teen is inexplicably attracted to a young man, and the feelings are mutual. After a near-drowning, when it appears that her new love interest has the ability to control water, she is soon let in on the secret of his family: he and his siblings are "marked," and each one controls one of the elements of fire, earth, or water. It also seems that Megan herself has a budding mark, involving the control of air, first evident when she accidentally conjures a tornado to avert an assault. The lore is complicated further when it is revealed that many pagan prophecies will be fulfilled with the addition of her as the fourth, final element. Combine prophecy, amulets, and a secret society stalking the group and you have the makings of a fine paranormal romance, tame enough for younger readers. Wendy Delsol's Stork (Candlewick, 2010) and Becca Fitzpatrick's Hush, Hush (S & S, 2009) will provide more of what they are looking for here.—Leah Krippner, Harlem High School, Machesney Park, IL
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062027870
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 261,948
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.32 (w) x 8.08 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Leigh Fallon

Leigh Fallon was born in South Africa, raised in Dublin, Ireland, and moved to Cork in her twenties. Leigh and her family now share their time between Ireland and the United States. She is also the author of Carrier of the Mark.

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

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    A fantastic read!

    This story is rainbows, moths not butterflies, suspenseful, lovely, and everything in between. I really enjoyed Carrier Of The Mark. It is a fun, cute and quick read that had me smiling so much. :)

    Carrier Of The Mark starts off with Megan who after losing her mother in a car crash has moved around an awful lot. Finally Megan and her father settle in Kinsale, Ireland where Megan feels strangely at home. She quickly makes new friends, but when it comes to guys she is strangely drawn to Adam DeRis, the one whom everyone tells her to forget about. As time continues, Megan becomes more and more drawn to Adam and his family who seems to be hiding something. When Adam finally seems to return her affections, Megan starts to realize that she has something within her that she could have never imagined.

    One thing I really liked about this story was that it's spanned over a good amount of time (months actually!). Letting Carrier Of The Mark take place over so much time, makes the story more believable for me. It actually gives the love time to mature, the friendships time to grow, and the plot time to bubble up and then spill over. And it does.

    I really liked all the characters in Carrier of The Mark. Caitlin is such a good best friend, I'd love her as mine! She's the total lets-hang-out-drink-coffee-and-gush-about-our-super-hot-boyfriends type of friend, yet she's there when you need her and capable of forgiving you when something goes wrong. Next, I totally love Adam's siblings Aine & Rian. I think they're both the best siblings in the world. They're protective, fun, helpful, and well duh, super-powerful! ;). I'm really hoping these two have just as big of a role in the next book (There's going to be one, right?!?). Another character I really enjoyed was Meg's father. I think I really connected with him because he's just like my father. He's completely down to earth, protective of Megan but not overbearing, trusts her to go out on her own, but completely caring and dad-like when needed.

    So, who did I leave out? Oh right! The main characters... powerful, strong Megan and sexy, SUPER-sexy and adorable Adam. Megan has a lot of accept through out this book. A lot is thrown at her and she accepts it all and is pretty easy-going about it. That takes a lot of courage, but it is also helpful when you have a green-eyed, super sexy, caring boy helping you along the way... aka. Adam. Adam has it all - looks, grades, caring, gentleman, an amazing family, protectiveness, the whole I'll-hold-you-while-you're-crying charm and I'll text you good morning beautiful thing going for him as well. They're love story is so cute or as Rian would describe it "pukealicious" =P. They constantly had me smiling when they were together, and that's the kind of love I like to read about.

    I really enjoyed the plot of this story, the landscapes, and the elements factor. With the elements if I had to chose... man how would you chose?! It would be a battle between Adam's power and Aine's power. I'm obsessed with the ocean and water, yet being able to talk to animals is seriously a dream of mine. Keeping to the plot, the only thing I would say is the ending seemed a little rushed to me. It was kind of building up and building up than the 'boom' part seemed to happen very quickly. However, I still loved the whole story and how it ended for sure! :)

    If you're looking for a quick, cute, awesome read... this is it!

    14 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 26, 2011

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    Amazing book!

    If anyone knows me, they know how much I love Ireland. So this book not only had me bouncing in my seat, but I'm in love with Ms. Fallon's writing. Written beautifully, Carrier of the Mark captures the reader from the very first page, marking them forever...

    The plot line of this book is what captured me immediately. I loved the pacing of the story as well as the development of the characters. Strange things happen little by little, making the reader curious, ensnaring the reader to keep reading. Ms. Fallon's elements in this book aren't overly done all at once, but gives the right information at just the right moments.

    The characters of the book are amazing! I love it when an author came bring fresh voices to a whole new story. Megan is a smart, easy going girl that everyone loves. I love how Megan is not easily fooled by excuses. This girl knows what she wants and what she saw!

    The love interest is another great part of this book! I love that Ms. Fallon created a love that is not only meant to be but forbidden. It makes the story much more exciting to see to lovers fight for their right to be with each other. I love watching them endure hardships but also find peace in each other. Now that, is true love.

    If you like a type of book where there is more than meets the eye, read this book. It's a unexpected move, new school, new boy, and strange happenings. Dark and intriguing, Ms. Fallon created a world like no other. Are you marked?

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 5, 2011

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    Great

    I enjoyed reading this book. Great plot, great characters.

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 30, 2011

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    What a treat!

    "This is going to sound crazy, but...since the moment I first set eyes on you I haven't been able to stop thinking about you." ~Adam

    When I finished this book, the first thing I thought to myself was "how on earth am I going to put into words how much I loved this book?" I honestly have no idea, I normally wait awhile before writing a review, but this one I just need to get out of my system now. It was perfection. I can't even think of a comlpaint right now. The romance was...it was just amazing, it never once had that fake or cheesy feel to it, yet it was able to still capture the 'love at first sight' concept and keep it real and magical which in all honesty I feel no books have been able to really capture lately.

    Megan and her dad are on the move...again. Ever since Megans mother died she has never been able to really call a place 'home'..now thier on the move to Ireland, and this time is different, everything feels different, and right. Megan is enjoying her new school, and her new group of friends, the one thing she can't figure out...is Adam DeRis. She doesn't know why, but she can't stop thinking about him ever since she first saw him on that first day of school, but all her friends warn her...Adam and his family..are strange, and she is warned to give up on him and forget about it...but she just can't. After more and more strange happenings, Megan is thrown into the world of the DeRis's, and she discovers she is one of them...she is a Marked one...and not just that, but she controls one of the most powerful elements...and she is a Carrier of the Mark..as if finding out that isnt enough for Megan..she finds out there are a group of people..called The Knox...and they are searching for The Marked, to use their powers, to harm them.

    This story was beautiful, I loved it. The characters were perfect, Leigh Fallon did a superb job at putting together an amazing group of people, each character I felt like I really knew, and I can tell you right now that this is gonna be one of those series, that whenever it does end, it is going be heartbreaking to say goodbye to these characters.

    The romance, I dont even know where to start with it, it was so amazing, I just found myself smiling from ear to ear of the love that was so perfectly protrayed between Megan and Adam, this romance was just so sweet, this books romance fed my hopeless romantic needs to the max and more. One thing I loved about the romance that Leigh Fallon has put together is she was able to make it so magical, yet it never felt unrealistic..it as cheesy as this sounds makes people believe in true love at first sight.

    The paranormal aspect of this book was such a treat! It was so new and fresh. The powers that Megan and the DeRis family has is incredible, the scenes that Leigh had put in her book of them showing there powers are just breathtaking. This is a world that I cannot wait to visit again and discover even more about. Forget vampires and Werewoves, make room for The Marked ones!

    I can't get over this story it was just in one word breathtaking, every part of this story draws you in and keeps you till the last page. With a story full of romance, power, action, suspense, and magic. Carrier of the Mark is one read of 2011 that you will not want to miss!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 10, 2013

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    In a word, AMAZING!

    Love love love this book! I was hooked right from the very first page and could not put it down. I stayed up until 3 in the morning to finish it. Leigh Fallon has the start of an smazing series and I cannot wait for the next book, Shadow of the Mark! Comes out in July people, mark your calendars!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 20, 2012

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    The Carrier of the Mark is an alluring read that I truly enjoyed

    The Carrier of the Mark is an alluring read that I truly enjoyed. Even with a mix of mystery, action, and romance, the pacing of the plot was perfectly in line. Author Leigh Fallon’s writing style is very addicting. She puts thought and care to each word on a page that brings each remarkable character come to life and their world glowing like the sun. The way she builds up the storyline towards an expected action-filled scene is brilliant. Leighfashions such great descriptions that it literally grabs you and raises your interest level to heights you have never felt.

    The story is a refreshing approach towards Celtic mythology, legend, and history. Usually there are three elements I look for in a book and The Carrier of the Mark possessed all three. It presented great paranormal elements and promised a very impressive romance. Place the story in a great setting like Ireland and it is a formula for a great read. I love how the characters are easy to relate to. The female lead, Megan Rosenburg, is strong and is not afraid to put herself in tight situations, yet has a few uncertainties that most young woman her age have. The instant attraction between Megan and Adam was a delight to read and see it grow. The building of their relationship is sweet and tender.

    The story turns your imagination in full attention and produces an amazing picture in your mind. The ending gave satisfaction but left it with questions that still need to answered. I cannot wait for the next installment so that I may continue this adventure with Megan.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    I LOVED it! Very well written. I gave copies to my teen neices

    I LOVED it! Very well written. I gave copies to my teen neices as well as to my peers (30's+40's), loved by all ages. We are all anxiously waiting for book #2, can't wait! I have my book signed by Leigh, she is really interesting to talk to and has a great sense of humor.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2012

    I love the book!!!

    This book is a super good, but not too challenging read. It is suspenseful and full of surprises, yet full of romance. If you like action, adventure, and a twist of romance, you are going to love this novel.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 12, 2012

    I couldn't put this book down. I bought it yesterday and finishe

    I couldn't put this book down. I bought it yesterday and finished it not five minutes ago. Incredibly written there has to be a sequel! Can't wait!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2012

    Wonderful

    This is such an enchanting story. I can't wait until the next book comes out. Please hurry!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 6, 2012

    Love!!! Amazing novel the characters are truly adoring ! Cant wa

    Love!!! Amazing novel the characters are truly adoring ! Cant wait till the squeal

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2012

    It was overall a very good book but it reminded me too much of T

    It was overall a very good book but it reminded me too much of Twilight which is a big put down. I also wish she had devolped the charater of Adam DeRis more.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 10, 2011

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    Review: Carrier of the Mark

    I'm going to give this a 3 for the really strong beginning. I was thinking this was going to be "that" book after a series of books that were just so-so, But then somewhere around the middle, the story just feel apart for me. I found myself rolling my eyes a lot.

    I initially really liked Megan. She's put up with a lot and always tries to put her best foot forward. I can only imagine being uprooted as often as she had and having to start over every time. I like the idea of her father and her living in Ireland (it's the one thing I regret, never spending a semester abroad). Ireland is just not the setting of very many stories. I also initially liked how the storyline was going. Megan's interaction with her new friends were fun and lighthearted. The introduction of Adam was intense. And why the story was going to be paranormal, I was hoping it was going to be different.

    That's when the story began to read more like fan fiction for me. There are seriously so many parallels between this book and Twilight. Considering this book got it's start online, I really do wonder if Twilight isn't the inspiration for this novel. There is only so many times you can read the same plot line (and sometimes the conversation even felt the same) before it's gets too repetitive. I plowed through it hoping there would be something that would set it apart. There wasn't.

    I really did like the idea of the carriers. Each person represents an element that gives them certain powers. For millenniums there haven't been all 4 elements together with equal powers (I'm not sure how that works). Together they have the power to realign the elements, this correcting all that is wrong with the world. I found this fascinating, and am almost tempted to continue this series just for the realignment idea. I did find the explanation of how the people decedent from the goddess are marked or carriers to be very confusing. I've even studied genetics, and the process made no sense. But, maybe it's suppose to be that way.
    Overall this was just a disappointment for me. If you like Twilight fan fiction, you probably would like this one.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012

    Love!!!!!!!!!

    Read it 3 times so far!!!!!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    :)

    Loved it.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 16, 2012

    Loved this book!

    Im looking forward to the next book!!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 25, 2012

    Waste of Time

    I was extremely excited to read this book. It sounded like exactly the kind of book that I like to read. I started it and it wasn't very good.. I continued to read in hopes of it getting better. I was only dissappointed. I liked the idea of the four different elements being in the characters, but that was about the only thing I liked about this book. The characters were really shallow, and the way they acted was immature and unrealistic. For example, Adam's sister, who is somewhere around 16-17 years old, repeatedly sticks her tongue out at him. The last time I did that to someone, I was 5. Also, Megan and Adam explain how they are absoloutely in love and can't imagine not being together, after knowing each other for less than 2 weeks. They haven't had a real conversation before they confess that they can't stay away from each other, and the author doesn't explain why they are in love. I simmply did not enjoy this book.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 4, 2011

    A great clean book for teens and adults

    I really enjoyed this book and read it in one day. It had just enough romance to make me love it and also a lot of magic. My 12 year old has started reading it and is already into it after just a few chapters. I can not wait for the next book in this series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 3, 2011

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    Breathtaking New Series

    Leigh Fallon has created the awesomesauce in her debut release of Carrier of the Mark.

    The book starts off with introducing our main character Megan who has just moved to Ireland because her father's work was assigned there. Megan moves around often so she normally keeps a low profile and tried to make few attachments in her new places of residence, but this time it is different. Megan's father is talking about staying, Megan is making friends, and she is discovering a whole new future of possibilities in store for her.

    With in her first week at school Megan feels intensely drawn to the dark and quiet boy at school, Adam DeRÍs, a lad normally aloof to girls, Adam soon finds himself also drawn to Megan and together they both soon realize that greater things are happening for bother good and bad.

    Megan soon finds out that there are greater secrets in the world, and as she finds herself in the middle of a hidden magic and in the middle of a dangerous romance she feels torn and lost, everywhere except in Adam's arms.

    Carrier of the Mark was a great book rich in detail and description. I loved the characters and their interactions, top it with a great plot and story progression and I got carried away this this amazing new read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 16, 2011

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    Something New!

    First off let me say that it's great to have something different to read. Don't get me wrong, I love vamps and werewolves etc., but this was awesome. So a girl who has moved around all her life ends up moving to Ireland with her father. Her mom died when she was a little girl while they were in a car accident. She ends up getting a "scar" which turns out to be a mark. She is one of four who have inherited powers from some ancient goddess. She falls in love with one of the other marked ones and soon learns that it is forbidden. Their relationship as they know it can bring about the end of the world. (Figuratively speaking)And on top of that there is a group out to capture them. There is a lot of drama and romance and suspense (non frightening). It just keeps moving You have to read this to see how awesome it really is. This is one of those books that I could not put down at all. And was very sad when it ended because it was over. I hope she puts more out. She is such a lovely writer.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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