Lily of Lamoranth

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  • Title: Lily of Lamoranth
  • Author: Hannah Lowry
  • ISBN: 9780990396505
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback

↠ Lily of Lamoranth ✓ Hannah Lowry, Lily of Lamoranth, Hannah Lowry, Lily of Lamoranth An outcast among the Outcasts A dangerous journey undertaken Magic Fairies Love Though Lily awakens to a morning that seems just like any other in her lonely desert life she is forced to flee with all haste when her mother Rose is accused of the Anathema As Lily leaves the only home she has ever known her mother is full of revelations magic is real Lamoranth is dAn outcast amo ↠ Lily of Lamoranth ✓ Hannah Lowry - Lily of Lamoranth, Lily of Lamoranth An outcast among the Outcasts A dangerous journey undertaken Magic Fairies Love Though Lily awakens to a morning that seems just like any other in her lonely desert life she is forced to flee with al
  • ↠ Lily of Lamoranth ✓ Hannah Lowry
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Lily of Lamoranth

About Author

  1. Hannah Lowry graduated from the University of Kansas with a BA in English, then departed for New York City in search of some excitement and adventure She has spent the last several years working, writing, and having fun exploring the Northeast, occasionally journeying farther afield Lily of Lamoranth is her first novel, and she is currently hard at work on her second, the continuation of the Lamoranth Legend series.

One thought on “Lily of Lamoranth

  1. I truly loved this book I loved the characters, Lily s relationships, all the magical creatures, and this fantasy world I cannot wait for the next book in the series


  2. OMG I AM FINALLY DONE WITH THIS BOOK elation This book is longer than it needs to be, and truth be told, I almost gave up, but there are plenty of good parts that made me glad I experienced them The first third to half of the book weighed on my patience and took me way too long to slough through, but I flew through the last half.Lowry has great command of metaphor The Fear related to the protagonist, Lily, wearing iron or exposure to magic was described in such a way that I immediately recognize [...]


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