Medar

Medar

by S R Manssen

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648084594
Publisher: Initiate Media Pty Ltd
Publication date: 10/27/2017
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

A professional engineer by training, Sharon Manssen is currently a quality, environment and sustainability manager with an engineering consultancy firm. She has had a multi-cultural upbringing, attending high school in Belgium and working 9 years in Bangkok, Thailand. She has spent the past ten years working on her first teen novel. She is married to Craig and has two teenaged children. They currently reside in New Zealand.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Freya 1

Chapter 2 – Betrayal 9

Chapter 3 – The Golden City 23

Chapter 4 – Sam 31

Chapter 5 – The Pit 39

Chapter 6 – In the Sentinels 43

Chapter 7 – The Cave People 49

Chapter 8 – WANTED 59

Chapter 9 – The Visions 65

Chapter 10 – The Plan 73

Chapter 11 – The Games 79

Chapter 12 – Saff 85

Chapter 13 – Explanations 89

Chapter 14 – The Shady Desert 99

Chapter 15 – Wrestling Practice 107

Chapter 16 – The Crystal Kingdom 113

Chapter 17 – Escape 119

Chapter 18 – The Rainbow 127

Chapter 19 – Rube 137

Chapter 20 – Flight from Yawbridge 145

Chapter 21 – Level Two 151

Chapter 22 – Into the Andoria Mountains 157

Chapter 23 – Jack's First Games 167

Chapter 24 – Revelation of the Snow 173

Chapter 25 – To the Andor River 185

Chapter 26 – Jack's Second Games 193

Chapter 27 – Discovery 203

Chapter 28 – Flight 211

Chapter 29 – Rube Tests the Gates 217

Chapter 30 – Tyrelia 219

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Medar 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite Medar by SR Manssen is a young adult fantasy novel in which fourteen-year-old Freya finds a mysterious tablet as she hides from brutal guards. It tells her about a beautiful land beyond the Wall, but when she mentions it to the others no one will believe her especially when she mentions the Master, the overlord of the land, as being evil. Still, when her family learns they have been selected to live in the Golden City, and have been given the opportunity to leave their hard scrabble existence behind, Freya is excited. But she never gets to see the Golden City as a misunderstanding at the gate condemns her to death by the Guards. Luckily she is rescued by an invisible Watcher and thus begins her incredible journey as she learns of her true parentage and her role in a mysterious prophecy. I enjoyed Medar by SR Manssen. The premise felt interesting and Freya provided a fresh voice to the narrative. Manssen also dives into the heads of the other characters and manages to convey the emotional impact of Freya's sudden absence fairly well, showing how it affects both her parents and her brother. The action is well written and paced in a way that doesn't drag or leave the reader feeling confused as to which character did what. Medar is a fast paced read, but there is still enough mystery woven throughout so that I found myself eager to learn what would happen next. As this is the first book in the series, I'm sure fans of this author will be clamoring to learn more about Freya and her adventures.