Megge of Bury Down by Rebecca Kightlinger

Megge of Bury Down

Murderer!When six-year-old Megge first touches the ancient Book of Seasons, a mysterious voice accuses her of an ugly crime. Although the book is her legacy, she refuses to touch it again. If she does, she is certain she will be the death of those she loves.But seven years later, events conspire to force her to once again to accept her responsibility. If she refuses to take up the task, who will ensure the Book's ancient wisdom survives, safe fro...


Details Megge of Bury Down

TitleMegge of Bury Down
Author
Release DateJan 24th, 2018
PublisherZumaya Arcane
LanguageEnglish
GenreHistorical, Historical Fiction
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Reviews Megge of Bury Down

  • Shomeret
    1970-01-01
    Megge of Bury Down is a historical fantasy. It's the first novel by Rebecca Kightlinger who writes reviews for the Historical Novel Society. I chose to read this book because I like paranormal content, but if you are one of those who like your historical fiction without such elements, Megge of Bury Down probably won't be for you. I received a review copy from the publisher via Net Galley in return for this review.The historical aspect of Megge of...
  • Kayla
    1970-01-01
    Full review up on my blog:Http://www.booksrfab.blogspot.comI must be honest this book does have a slow start, however if you are willing to stick around for a few chapters you find yourself hooked. Wondering where Megge’s destiny is going to take her. Will she finally open The Book of Seasons and become a women of Bury Down? This is a great twist on a coming of age story, that many can relate to today. A young girl struggle with walking the pat...
  • Katherine Hayward
    1970-01-01
    Megge of Bury Down is a very detailed read about how Megge, a 6-year-old girl born in 13th century England, discovers her mother's book of healing. Seven years pass, and she has 4 guardians Mother, Aunt Claris, Morwen, and Aleydis. Another thing she has is a constant conflict going on between her and her cousin Brighida. Right from the beginning, we are thrown straight into the action in the village and also see conflicts between villagers. Megge...
  • Suganya
    1970-01-01
    Check out my blog fro more reviews and lifestyle:http://suganyamo.wordpress.comDisclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.*Thank you, Smith Publicity and Zumaya Arcane for providing me with a physical copy in exchange for my honest opinion.*Spoiler – free ReviewTitle: Megge of Bury DownAuthor: Rebecca KightlingerPaperback Pages: 292 PagesPublishing Company: Zumaya ArcaneGenre: Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Medievalism, British LiteratureGoodre...
  • Anna Tan
    1970-01-01
    Megge of Bury Down is a story of self-discovery, self-acceptance, and facing up to hard truths. At six, Megge was too afraid to take up her mother's book and at eleven, all she can do is watch as her cousin, Brighida the golden child, shines in everything Megge has refused. She feels like an outcast, even in her own family, but cannot find the courage to do the one thing that would make a difference: open The Book of Seasons.The novel follows Meg...
  • Stacie
    1970-01-01
    Some books you just have a spiritual connection with.You know what I mean? I’m sure that if I ask you which book you’ve had a heart relationship with, you could immediately pull to mind a title or two (or twelve).I was recently going through a period of pretty high anxiety, and really needed a story that I could just sink into. One that felt a little slower-paced. A little magical. A journey, more than an adventure.Welcome to Megge of Bury Do...
  • Jessica
    1970-01-01
    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Megge of Bury Down was one of those books that I hated to put down. I went without sleep and was late for work because I could not stop reading. Megge has a fate, a duty, she is supposed to accept as a young woman of Bury Down but she fears what she has to do to take her vow. Because of her fears there is an overwhelming sense of isolation in her character as her mother, aunt, and cousin al...
  • Samantha
    1970-01-01
    I am voluntarily submitting my honest review after receiving an ARC of this ebook via NetGalley.In this unusual book, we meet Megge, a 6-year old girl born into a gifted family of healers with paranormal talents. Megge, frightened by powers she doesn't fully understand, has refused her place among these unusual women, unknowingly placing their future in grave danger. Megge is our narrator as we join her in her struggle to come to terms with who a...
  • Michelle Kidwell
    1970-01-01
    Megge of Bury Down: Book One in the Bury Down Chroniclesby Rebecca KightlingerZumaya ArcaneHistorical Fiction , Teens & YAPub Date 01 Feb 2018  I am reviewing a copy of Megge of Bury Down through Zumay Arcane and Netgalley:In this book we will be transported back to thirteenth century Cornwall where we meet Megge who lives on a sheep farm in the shadow of Bury Down, this place had been known as the land of second site for a thousand years. The B...
  • Tracys
    1970-01-01
    I found Megge of Bury Down to be a slower-paced novel than I am used to reading and initially found it a bit hard going. But once you get the pace and feel of the characters, and once the storyline begins to unfold, you realise that you are reading a slow-burning epic, with the protagonist (Megge) on a journey of self-discovery, growing both in years and self-confidence as she struggles to find her place in a world in which she worries she doesn...
  • Anya Leonard
    1970-01-01
    I picked up this book and due to school reading and work, could NOT finish it as fast as I would have liked. Given the option, I would have sat reading this book all day and all night until getting to the conclusion. Having finished it, I am now sad as it is the first in a series and I am eager to get to the next phase in the world of Megge. This book is unconventional in its portrayal of strong women in the 13th century in England. The story cen...
  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    This book was very hard to get into. It does not grab you until you are about halfway through the book. I actually had to re-start the book three times to understand the jump in time and even then I didn't quite understand everyone's placement in the story until the very end. I gave this book four (4) stars because it was hard to follow. The story lines were wonderful once you got the understanding of them. You felt for the characters, but you al...
  • Gillion Machota
    1970-01-01
    *SENT TO ME VIA SMITH PUBLICITY I could not finish this. You would think for a plot line like this it would dive right in but it doesn’t. It has a lot of medical stuff which is understandable for it to be a witch accusing like Book but they did not go further on with it. This had so much potential and I wish I would have liked it more.
  • Mary Zebrowski
    1970-01-01
    This is the first book by Rebecca Kightlinger. It is the first of a series. It did not take me long to read. I enjoyed reading this book. I look forward to the next
  • Kristen McQuinn
    1970-01-01
    Pending HNS review.
  • Margaret DiPastina
    1970-01-01
    I am trying so hard not to finish this book too quickly BUT I CAN'T STOP READING! I promise myself I'll only read one or two chapters and then BAM I've read 10! I love getting to know the characters, learning their lineage and watching them follow their destinies. I think the addition of the online link (https://www.burydownchronicles.com/ch...) to maps and name/location pronunciations was a fantastic idea! Looking forward to volume 2!