Book Reviews of Merilynn: The Sorority Trilogy

Merilynn: The Sorority Trilogy
Merilynn The Sorority Trilogy
Author: Tamara Thorne
ISBN-13: 9780786015405
ISBN-10: 0786015403
Publication Date: 7/1/2003
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Part two of Tamara Thorne's Sorority trilogy (Eve was part one).

Eve, Merilynn and Samantha attended a cheerleading camp at a haunted lake. Now years later they are all attending Greenbrier University which ran the camp.

In this second book, we learn more about Merilynn's secrets that were only hinted at in the first volume. We also learn more of the Fata Morgana, the central clique in the sorority, and their powers. There are more references to the Greenjacks (see Bad Things by Tamara Thorne) and the Green Knight, a local spirit.

Like in the first volume, the action moves very quickly as the character handle the events of the first volume. The freshmen are wondering what is going on while the Fata Morgan try to increase their powers.

As the book ends, we are set up very nicely for the concluding volume. This is not a stand-alone story.
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Very good read
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Great fast-paced read! It is the second in "The Sorority" series.
First is The Sorority Eve, then this one and then The Sorority Samamtha.
Is all about friendship, a little withcraft, ghosts....and more. Does have eroticism in parts also.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two. Still looking for the third one to read.
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This is another part of the Sorority trilogy, Eve, Merilynn, and Samantha. It basically starts where Eve left off and starts telling you a little about Merilynn which you meet in the 1st book along with Samantha. It is similiar to Eve when it comes to the menacing sisters, horny jocks, and witchery but it also gives you more on the back story of the Sorority which is nice. If you don't have all 3 though I would suggest waiting to read it until you do because each book ends during something suspensful or mysterious and makes you tap your feet waiting for the others to arrive.
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2nd in The Sorority trilogy. This is about Merilynn who attended cheerleading camp on the grounds of this university. It answers some questions that are brought up in the 1st book Eve. If you like horror and suspense this trilogy is a great read.
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Great series!
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At exclusive, isolated Greenbriar University, within the elite Gamma Eta Pi sorority, is a secret society know as the Fata Morgana. It's members are the most powerful women on campus, and the deadliest. For this is a sisterhood of evil, a centuries-old coven, and every girl who pledges herself to their wicked decadence does so for life....or death. Follow dreamy, mystical Merilynn with a sixth sense she can't explain drawn in to the Fata Morgana and its ever tightening, unnatural circle of its sisterhood.
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At exclusive, isolated Greenbriar University, within the elite Gamma Eta Pi sorority, is a secret society known as the Fata Morgana. Its members are the most powerful women on campus--and the deadliest. For this is a sisterhood of evil, a centuries-old coven, and every girl who pledges herself to their wicked decadence does so for life...or death.
An old soul--that's what everyone calls dreamy, mystical Merilynn. Since childhood, she's had a sixth sense she can't explain, an ability to see things before they happen. Her psychic gifts tell her there's tremendous darkness at work inside the shadowy walls of her sorority house--a feeling that intensifies when Malory Thomas invites her to become one with the Fata Morgana. Now, drawn into the ever-tightening, unnatural circle of its sisterhood, Merilynn's dreams grow more alarming night by night, showing maddening glimpses of an evil, timeless bond stretching back through centuries of blood, sacrifice, and sexual magic. And soon Merilynn wonders whether this is a vision of the past--or a warning of very bad things to come...
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This is a short story typical of campsite scary stories. However, it should be aimed at older teens and adults as it contains some explicit material.