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Tamlyn (2012)

by James Moloney(Favorite Author)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 1
0732292042 (ISBN13: 9780732292041)
HarperCollins Australia
review 1: Lucien is in the hands of Tamlyn's father Coyle and Silvermay will do anything in her power to get him back. Tamlyn is battling the darkness in himself and his only hope is his love for Silvermay but will that be enough? He receives dark tidings from a friend that could truly push him over the edge.I was disappointed in this book I am very sad to say. I really enjoyed the first book and was so looking forward to this one. Unfortunately I found the dialogue quite terrible, the pace too slow and a lot of it pointless. I just hope the next book is as good as the first one.
review 2: Tamlyn is the wonderful sequel to the award winning Silvermay (Silvermay won the 2011 Gold Inky award). The thing I like about this series is its ability to transport you to another t
... moreime and place. That era always had the best adventure stories and the romance is always so sweet and innocent. Tamlyn is no different.It begins where Silvermay left off (if you haven’t read Silvermay, avert your eyes now), baby Lucien has been stolen by the evil Coyle, and Silvermay and Tamlyn have been left fighting for their lives on the jetty. With no way of knowing where Coyle has taken Lucien, Silvermay and Tamlyn return to Silvermay’s village to regroup and try to figure out where Coyle is. But when a stranger walks into town with some terrible news, Silvermay and Tamlyn have another problem to deal with. The Wyrdborn nature in Tamlyn is starting to take over, and if Silvermay can’t help him, it will have devastating consequences to their relationship.I really enjoyed this novel. I couldn’t put it down, and ended up finishing it in a day- a sign of how much I enjoyed it. I think one of the things I loved about this series is that it does transport you to that era where women are not seen as equals, and yet Silvermay is such a strong female character. She willingly goes on dangerous quests and is willing to fight and die for the people she loves. I don’t think there is anything better then reading about strong women like Silvermay.I’m looking forward to seeing how this all ends in Lucien, but unfortunately, its a long wait. less
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An amazing book, I couldn't put it down and therefore was finished overnight!
Again, a really good sequel to Silvermay. :)
such a fantastic book
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