Meridon (Wideacre Trilogy #3)

Meridon (Wideacre Trilogy #3)

by Philippa Gregory
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Meridon (The Wideacre Trilogy Book 3) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 93 reviews.
Gina58 More than 1 year ago
A good read. Even though the first third of the novel goes into great detail about Meridon's life in the circus, you learn of it's significance toward the end of the novel. The story seamlessly blends into the new life of Meridon once she gets back to her home turf, Wideacre, but there seems to be a gap in the story that doesn't fully explain (to my satisfaction) how Meridon, not knowing about her roots, came to 'yearn' for Wideacre. She was given away at birth to Gypsy's and later sold to a circus manager, so where does the yearning stem from? (This is not a spoiler; her being given away to Gypsy's is told in the 2nd novel "A Favored Child"). If she was born with an insightful "gift" as her grandmother, then this novel failed to expound on that as it was done in the 1st & 2nd novels. Beside that, Phillpa Gregary does a very good job in introducing new characters in the story whose behaviors are more deviant, giving the novel more spice. I found myself unable to put the book down, as usual with any of Gregory's novels. Although my favorite of the trilogy was "Wideacre", this novel put a satisfying closure to the trilogy.
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I couldnt put this book down and finished it in record time. This series from ms Gregory definitly did not disappoint. The way that she describes her characters and the situations makes it possible for you to get lost in the story, your imagination running wild. I just wish that there was more to the series, I didnt want it to end!!
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Kimmis More than 1 year ago
The fist book "Wideacre" was disturbing at times. Then the second book was a lot better, however, Meridon was a great read. What a lovely person.
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Izzie_reads_books More than 1 year ago
I would've given it five stars if Meridon wasn't so cold and stubborn all the time :) It was a good book.
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Betsy Markman More than 1 year ago
great insights into the class system inEngland and the character development of strong women