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(Lost Road Chronicles #3)

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In a world that blames her for something she didn’t do…

…Merelin must take on a new identity.

But how long will it take for the truth to come out?

Merelin wants nothing more than to bring Arah Byen into some kind of balance…

…but nothing is going as planned.

The High King raves like a mad man. Merelin’s allies scatter and turn on each other, and the man she loves more than anyt
Kindle Edition, 392 pages
Published December 31st 2014 by SisterMuses (first published July 2nd 2012)
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Jul 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
great finale'
S. Usher Evans
Jun 09, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read all three books in just about one sitting, so my comments take the longer-term view.

This last book continued the focus on the political intrigue from Book 2 and the fall-out from Yatol's actions at the end of Book 2. It was a nice end to the series and wrapped things up quite nicely, although a little bittersweetly.

This book we find ourselves with a mad king, a brooding returned-from-the-dead lover, and a devilish doppleganger which makes everyone wonder who is really who. Merelin's fami
Andi Houtsch
Jul 06, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I eagerly awaited the release of Prism after reading and truly enjoying the first two in the series. Merelin Lindon is a highly relatable character, complete with teenage angst and snarky retorts.

Prism concludes the trilogy and answers some long-held questions, though I would have greatly appreciated a more in-depth look at Merelin's parents' past and the truth of Yatol's lineage. It seemed as though there was more 'telling' than 'showing' - a lot of information delivered in a slightly chaotic
Jul 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What a great book! I must say that I was sad when I finished this last book in the trilogy because I knew it was over - that is until I realized I can simply go back and re-read them! As before, I found that this author did not disappoint in her book! This was a well thought out plot with characters that were witty and easy to identify with. As I said before, I would highly recommend this entire trilogy to anyone who asks. I am also very excited to see what new works this very talented author co ...more
S.K. Valenzuela
Oct 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This third installment in the Lost Road Chronicles doesn't disappoint! The final conflict will have you glued to the page, and the resolution is completely surprising but thoroughly satisfying! As Prism, Merelin's character is revealed in all its many facets, and we finally begin to see just how deeply her character and Yatol's are knitted together. It's hard to say farewell to Arah Byen, but perhaps J. Leigh will return to this rich and delightful world again. I'm eagerly awaiting her next proj ...more
Michelle Mcroberts
Alrighty...well...I love Arah Byen, and I want to go live there. After all this crazy stuff has happened it sounds like a much nicer place to live and Merelin Lindon and Yatol will be my dear friends.

I thoroughly enjoy Bralick's world. Her descriptions and characters are wonderful, I still struggle with the obscurity some of the writer's dialogue in her effort to create mystery, but these things are easily fixed with some careful editing.

Highly recommend this series.
Sep 04, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Not happy that the majority of the book felt like starting over as far as character development went. Still enjoyed it, although it could have been shortened...guess that's why they were called chronicles!

Sure do like happy endings, but seriously, only ONE kiss?? Not cool, Bralick, not cool!!
Joshua Kovach
Mar 13, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good story and well written to a certain extent. The dialogue in some cases could have been clearer, especially when the dialogue gets ramped up due to an argument or high action situations.

Overall this is a great read.
Jun 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent book. Captivating, Kept me in suspense !
Great Job.
Jul 14, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle-books

This was a great ending to the series.
Feb 15, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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So good! honest opinion, though, it wasn't as good as the first one, Down a Lost Road. review pending. ...more
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J. Leigh Bralick is a fantasy author by day and an RN by night...or vice versa, depending on the day. She originally got her bachelor's in medieval history and MA in political philosophy, but decided on a career change when she realized she didn't want to teach, and no one was going to pay her exorbitant sums of money to use her learning to invent fantasy worlds. (She still holds out hope on that ...more

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“Shut up,” I snapped. “This is not the time. What part of this situation seems like a joke to you?”

Lohka pulled up his knees, giving a feeble, half-manic little laugh. “Oh, maybe just the idea that some soul-devouring being of chaos could be waiting anywhere to finish destroying my life,” he said. “That’s kind of hilarious, you know. Have you ever had a soul-devouring being of chaos hunting you down so it could finish eating you?”

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