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Panthan's Crucible (Panthan, #1)

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  7 reviews
In a world where humans are no longer the hunters, but now the hunted, Laura Morgan discovers she’s a pawn between two of its deadliest creatures. She can run. She can hide. But what happens when she learns she’s not even human and could be the deadliest creature of them all?

Seventeen-year-old Grayson of Lorne wants to be an Eminent since they are the most powerful of pant
Mass Market Paperback, 290 pages
Published March 15th 2010 by Whiskey Creek Press LLC
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Can't wait for the next book! :)
Meredith Wood has created a very interesting world with her YA novel "Panthan's Crucible." The book was very different than I thought it was going to be. But in a good way. It isnt your typical vampire, werewolf, or angel love story that has become so popular. It still has those elements but with a completly different twist. It has themes present in the "Hunger Games" as well as "Shiver," "City of Bones," "Percy Jackson," "Underworld," and even "X-Men." It contains not only themes of religion bu ...more
Mar 29, 2010 Meredith rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm not trying to be biased toward the book, but hey, creating and writing my panthans was probably a ten star experience. Only, they don't have a ten star option. ;-) I hope you enjoy my panthans and just for the record I'm partial to Grayson.
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This book, for me, was not the best. It wasn’t bad, but it didn’t capture me like I think it should have. It took me around three or four nights to finish it, and that is a lot for me. The plot is very intriguing, but there were some spelling mistakes. They were minor, though, like a missing coma or something like that, but that somehow made the book not as interesting. I liked the main character, Laura Morgan. She has
This was one really confusing book, I feel kinda stupid, I just guess I cant comprehend it, but it was very interesting and I would read it again in High school to see if it was as amazing as it sounded on the back.
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Meredith Wood lives in the middle of a cotton field in the northern part of Arkansas with her husband, their three children, three parakeets, and two dogs. With her life more often than not a chaotic mess, she firmly believes order and peace lead to an inactive imagination. She confesses to having a somewhat obsessive love for music, fuzzy animal toe socks, and chocolate. She also believes that wi ...more
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