Marella

Marella Marella has grown up on the Isle of Wraidd Elfennol where humans animals and the very Elements live in harmony together Since she was a youngling Marella has wanted to become a Water Weaver gifte

  • Title: Marella
  • Author: Morgan Sheppard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Marella has grown up on the Isle of Wraidd Elfennol, where humans, animals, and the very Elements live in harmony together.Since she was a youngling, Marella has wanted to become a Water Weaver, gifted in hydromancy At thirteen years old, she will go to the main village of Charon to take her Test, and find out which of the Elements she is strongest in This will also deteMarella has grown up on the Isle of Wraidd Elfennol, where humans, animals, and the very Elements live in harmony together.Since she was a youngling, Marella has wanted to become a Water Weaver, gifted in hydromancy At thirteen years old, she will go to the main village of Charon to take her Test, and find out which of the Elements she is strongest in This will also determine her future.Marella s best friend, Daren, is also going for his Test They have shared many adventures together, as their families spent rest days together.Yet when the day comes where their fates will be decided, doubts and insecurities creep into Marella s mind.What happens when you don t get what you wish for And what happens if you do

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    1. I received this one from a tour and I absolutely liked it, it was super interesting and fun to read.I loved the way it goes deeper on the characters life and it let you know them better.I cant wait enough for the next book on this saga.Marella story is nice and you can tell Riva loves her a lot, but her love is just a little harsher than the rest but it does prove that she worry a lot about her daugther.My favorite part is where she meet Nixie is impossible not to love him, that Tiny otter is fu [...]

    2. Oh, my goodness. Does this bring back memories! That wobbling uneasiness of facing something unknown, the angst at facing possible failure, and wondering if you would look different after passing a major milestone. Very good job at bringing you into the character’s subtle build of unwarranted anxiety that all of us have faced as youngsters. I chuckled when Riva is trying to express to Marella that we can spout out definitions of things as if we’re knowledgeable, but experience is the only tr [...]

    3. I received an ebook copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Morgan Sheppard!What an exciting start to a series! The world Sheppard has created os fantastical yet coherent; it is understandable despite its lack of connection to reality. I found that Sheppard's writing was very stylistic. What I mean is that it has a flair that just makes me want to keep reading! She has a knack for describing colour in her world. Her descriptions of hues really come through a [...]

    4. A wonderful new world to exploreI have already read the Water Weaver so I just had to read about Marella in this book. I love the world that the author has created where people live in harmony with the elements. I would love to have an animal partner myself too. I don't think it matters which order you read these books although chronologically this book is first. I've though before and still believe that these books would make a wonderful film or series for television. I hope that some day they [...]

    5. This was a great insight into life before Water Weaver. It was nice to see Marella's mother did love her as in Water Weaver, Riva, obviously is torn between her daughter and her role as Elder for Ilyn. My favourite part was where Marella and Daren receive their life partners. I can just imagine how cute Nixie and Ula are.Nice read.

    6. I received an ARC of this book for an honest review. It is extremel well written, flows smoothly and is easy to read. It is the perfect prequal to Water Weaver. From the title, you can guess this is Marella's story. The imagery is extremely vivid, I could picture every scene. Once I started the book I couldn't put it down. It kept me captivated from the first page through the last. The author did an amazing job of portraying the characters, their emotions and the experiences they go through. Wha [...]

    7. Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books.*I Received a copy of this book from the Author in exchange for a fair and honest review.*This story is a prequel to the story “Water Weaver.” It tells the journey of Marella as she prepares and takes her test and is introduced to her life partner, Nixie. If you’ve read “Water Weaver” then reading this book you would come to expect great detail and descriptions from this author. She doesn’t disappoint in this novella with det [...]

    8. Whether you are a young adult, or just young at heart, you are bound to love "Marella." I'm still not sure what I enjoyed most about this novel. In the beginning, I was impressed with the author's detailed and flavorful world building as she draws us into a world of wonder with delightful characters who care about each other and the world they live in. It's a world full of animals who bond with people and the hint of magic bound in realism. I soon found myself as protective of the main character [...]

    9. I just love this novella! Marella is the prequel to Water Weaver, and I LOVED reading about how she became the powerful Water Weaver she is. Morgan Sheppard is excellent at painting a world that is so vivid I could see everything happening clearly in my headBut as much as I loved the world-building, what I truly connected with are the relationships Sheppard creates between her characters. There are such strong bonds between Marella and Darin (I loved this so hard!) and Nixie and Marella. What I [...]

    10. Marella is the prequel novella where we meet her for the first time. You find out a bit more about her childhood, her relationship with her parents, Daren, and also you are with her when she meets Nixie for the first time. This novella shows how important some things are to Marella, giving her the basis for the woman she becomes in Water Weaver.I would recommend that you read this one first, before Water Weaver, just so that you get the rounded picture of Marella. Saying that, if you haven't, I [...]

    11. This is a wonderfully crafted prequel to Water Weaver and gives a great insight into the home life of Marella before her test. it shows that her mother's apparent indifference to her is something far deeper. Knowing this author, even deeper than anyone else can guess for now!! I love the way the partner is paired to the young person and it intrigued me as to some underlying storyline which I'm sure will be explained in future books. I was honoured to beta read and then review this lovely book. I [...]

    12. I have just finished reading Marella, and must say that the only issue I have with it is this. I was literally unable to stop reading until I reached the end!I found Ms. Sheppard's style to be smooth and descriptive. She presents strong visuals and depth of character with every phrase, without becoming either too intense or condescending towards her readers. The story flows, and as a prequel, has left me wanting to read Water Weaver and any other tales that join the series.

    13. Loved Marella, the prequel to Water Weaver! Morgan has a way with words; her vivid imagination kept me reading until the end. Be sure to read Water Weaver to learn more about Marella and her excellent abilities. Marella is a quick, fun read for readers young and old to enjoy. I recommend this book to all who enjoy fantasy and fun.

    14. A wonderful insight of the journey Marella goes through. The story slows really well and I could visualise the story as I read. I loved Marella! You can read this first and then Water Weaver to have a better understanding of the storyline.

    15. This prequel was really interesting to read as it gave the fantasy setting a different take with the elements and the familiars concept

    16. Unfortunately, this was a DNF at 20% for me.I really loved the premise and the plot of this series sounds intriguing. Sadly it wasn't enough for me to finish.I love the magic and that everyone gets a familiar associated with their magic. I would have liked to know more about the setting. (Modern or epic fantasy, as it had elements of both, leaning more toward modern.) She had traveling trousers but she packed pumps.But there were too many issues for me to get past.Point of view changes for rando [...]

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