Mary of the Aether Fourteen year old Mary Lanham lives an unremarkable life in an unremarkable small town until the day a man in a long gray cloak creeps out of the forest and a centuries old mystery begins to unfold

  • Title: Mary of the Aether
  • Author: Jeffrey Aaron Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fourteen year old Mary Lanham lives an unremarkable life in an unremarkable small town, until the day a man in a long, gray cloak creeps out of the forest, and a centuries old mystery begins to unfold What is the magical secret Mary s father is hiding, a secret that has put both of their lives in danger What is the truth about Mary s past that has awakened a great evil Fourteen year old Mary Lanham lives an unremarkable life in an unremarkable small town, until the day a man in a long, gray cloak creeps out of the forest, and a centuries old mystery begins to unfold What is the magical secret Mary s father is hiding, a secret that has put both of their lives in danger What is the truth about Mary s past that has awakened a great evil And how can she win the heart of the boy she loves when the whole world is falling apart Mary of the Aether is the first volume of a four book Young Adult series set in small town Arkansas Mary of the AetherMary of ShadowsMary of Starlight coming February 2014 Mary of Cosmos coming sometime late 2014

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    1. Mary Lanham thinks her life is a bust—and she’s only fourteen. She lives in a dreary southern town after abruptly moving from Colorado where she and her father lived with Aunt Carol, who is the only other family Mary knows. She’s stand-out bright, but has, naturally, been labeled a nerd and a loser. Her father is ill and prematurely aged for a man of sixty. He is so frail that he spends most of his days in bed, asleep. He doesn’t believe in “modern” things, like cell phones, so Mary, [...]

    2. "Mary of the Aether" by Jeffrey Aaron Miller came to me by way of giveaway contests and what a winner this story turned out to be! Mary Lanham, 14 years of age, has never felt like she fit in, even in her own life. She has spent a life running. one place to another, from secrets that no one seems to want to share with her, and from an unknown, long ago past that Mary has no knowledge of. This is an endearing tale of discovery. Mary finds herself, her history, who her friends are, and the streng [...]

    3. Mary of the Aether is a YA fantasy novel about a shy young teenager who is startled to learn that nothing she believes about her seemingly ordinary life is true. When she is discovered and followed by people who are trained to seek out the last traces of magic left in the world, her father is forced to reveal to Mary the facts of her existence, and give her the item that will enable her to unlock her power.This novel is convincingly realistic, particularly in its depiction of high school life in [...]

    4. I'll admit that I was curious to read this book. YA type books are to me a hit or miss kind of read and so I wasn't sure what to expect. This book is definitely worth a read. The characters and situations they are put in are believable and even the "unbelievable" parts seem real. This book is very well written and I had a hard time putting this book down. Even when I got to the last page, and realized it had endedI wanted to read more. Whether you are YA or older this book is a great read, and y [...]

    5. Quick read for me the fast reader but pacing, the way the magic was described and how the lead grew throughout the tale made me eat this book up.

    6. Mary of the Aether, the first book of Jeffrey Miller's Aether Series, tells the story of fourteen-year-old Mary Lanham. She's a typical girl, mooning about her crush on Aiden, the “cutest boy in the world”, her place at the bottom of the highschool food chain in her small Arkansas town, and oh yes – the crazy man attacking her and her father because she is the last surviving heir to a secret that might save the world. The action is fast-paced and Mary's development from an almost-invisible [...]

    7. Being a teenager can stink! But finding out your identity is a lie, is even more rotten. Or, is it?Mary Lanham was a plain girl. She lived a plain life, in a plain town. Her house was plain – even her bedroom was plain. She didn’t have a computer or cell phone, and knew nothing about the most current, hot singers. But the day a strange, gray cloaked man came sniffing, literally sniffing – on the ground, face in the grass – around her house, is the day her world changed forever.Mary of th [...]

    8. This is the extraordinary story of Mary Lanham. She is a typical fourteen-year-old girl striving to find her place in a mixed up world. Her father is a very old man and she has taken care of him for some time when the story opens. But the night a crazy man attacks her and her father, everything changes. Secrets that she has never known come into play as we watch Mary change before our eyes into a confident young woman.Because of the attack, Mary discovers that she is the last known person to pos [...]

    9. Reviewed for Reader's Favorite.Living in a small town can have it's ups and downs. For Mary everyone knowing her and her father, who seems to be much too old to actually be her father, is one of the downs. Mary would rather live where she can fade into the background more easily. Mary has never fit in, and now at fourteen, her father spins an unbelievable tale that she is a Lightbearer from another world, and the last of the kind. Talk about not fitting in anymore, now she is going to stand out, [...]

    10. As a native Arkansan, I enjoyed the setting, especially the Devil's Den piece. Unfortunately I did not really like or identify with any of the protagonists. The "best friend," Kristen, was particularly abrasive. She was a true mean girl without any redeeming qualities. The book's premise was interesting and it was written well enough to make me want to finish, but I would have been happier with more character development. The book's ending makes me suspect that more books are on the way.

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