Merilynn: The Sorority (Sorority Trilogy Book 2)

by Tamara Thorne | Horror |
ISBN: 0786015403 Global Overview for this book
Registered by CheriePie of Campbell, California USA on 7/30/2005
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Journal Entry 1 by CheriePie from Campbell, California USA on Saturday, July 30, 2005
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 a 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...

Journal Entry 2 by CheriePie from Campbell, California USA on Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Eight years after attending Applehead Lake Cheerleading Camp, Merilynn Morris has returned to Greenbriar University and is accepted into the Gamma Eta Pi sorority, where she meets up with her old friends Eve and Samantha, and meets the sorority's enigmatic leader, Malory Thomas. Merilynn is intrigued by the local legends of the Greenbriar Ghost and Holly Gayle of the Lake. Combined with her occult talents and psychic leanings, the camp horrors the girls experienced years ago, and the mysterious deaths recently, Merilynn she's now more intrigued than ever to figure out what's really going on!

I liked this second book in the trilogy slightly more than the first one, if only because I liked Merilynn's character more than Eve's, and in this installment, we get to find out a lot more about her. She's also very witchy and psychic, more like myself, thus easier to relate to.

Though pretty spooky overall, the supporting characters add a great deal as well. Like Malory, who in addition to her scary role as priestess and sorceress, enjoys using cheesy sexual innuendo to get a rise out of others and then siphon their sexual energy like a vampire.

At only 204 pages, it's a fairly quick read, and with a fast-paced story line, I got through this book in a single day. As the second book of a trilogy though, I doubt it would stand up well on it's own, so you'll definitely want to read Eve: The Sorority first. I plan to read the third and final installment of the trilogy, Samantha: The Sorority, very soon.

This is reserved for karendawn, who won the 3 books of this trilogy in October's series swap. I'll send them all together once I've read "Samantha".

Released 14 yrs ago (3/5/2007 UTC) at Series Swap in USPS, By Mail/Post/Courier -- Controlled Releases



Sent the 3 books of the Sorority Trilogy to karendawn, who won them in the October 2006 Series Swap. Mailed 05-Mar-2007 via Media Mail. Enjoy!!

Journal Entry 4 by karendawn from Lafayette, Indiana USA on Monday, March 12, 2007
Arrived today. Thank you!

Released 14 yrs ago (8/16/2007 UTC) at USPS By Media Mail in --, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA



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