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by Tamara Thorne

eBook The Sorority: Merilynn download ISBN: 0739437097
Author: Tamara Thorne
Publisher: Pinnacle; Book Club edition (2003)
Language: English
Pages: 221
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Rating: 4.3
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Tamara Thorne (born 20 November 1957 in Los Angeles, California), who also writes under the nom de plume Chris Curry, is a well-known, bestselling American horror writer. Her novel Winter Scream, co-authored with L. Dean James, was nominated for the.

Tamara Thorne (born 20 November 1957 in Los Angeles, California), who also writes under the nom de plume Chris Curry, is a well-known, bestselling American horror writer. Dean James, was nominated for the 1991 Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. She has authored nearly 20 novels, including two novel series and multiple anthologies, as well as multiple stand-alone works.

In this second segment, the primary focus is Merilynn. This novel uses several points of view, however, and while Merilynn remains the main character, much is heard of through the roommate of Eve, Kendra, Eve herself, Holly, Malory, and Brittany. Sam is shown some as well, and comes across well sketched. The Sorority Trilogy focuses on three girls, (Eve, Merilyn, and Samantha) who were friends as children, but have now grown, lost contact, and are about to be reunited at Greenbriar University.

Sorority from hell, what else is new? By Thriftbooks. com User, July 19, 2008. This book picks up shortly after Eve's disappearance and Merilynn's intuition is going haywire telling her that something is wrong within the sorority; Eve didn't just vanish into thin air. But if she didn't what happened to her?

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.

Part two of Tamara Thorne's Sorority trilogy (Eve was part one). 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.

I love Tamara Thorne's books. Moonfall, Eternity, Bad Things, Thunder Road; I've read everything by her, and most of them are very spooky and exciting. The Sorority trilogy fell short of her usual mark.

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Merilynn Ever since childhood, Merilynn has had a sixth sense about things to come. Tamara Thorne has an uncanny knack for combining the outrageous with the shuddery, making for wonderfully scary romps and fun reading. -Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Horror Thriller & Crime Sci-fi & Fantasy. She's blessed with uncanny powers of perception-and cursed with unspeakable visions of unholy terror. Things that corrupt the souls of women, and crush the hearts of men. Things that can drive a girl to murder, suicide, or worse. Samantha Journalism major Sam Penrose is tough, tenacious-and too curious for her own good. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Tamara Thorne has an uncanny knack for combining the outrageous with the . The Sorority: Merilynn Acclaim For Tamara Thorne's Haunted . .a worthy successor to The Shining and Ghost Story.

Tamara Thorne has an uncanny knack for combining the outrageous with the shuddery, making for wonderfully scary romps and fun reading. The Sorority: Merilynn a wonderful, terrifying book. a worthy successor to The Shining and Ghost Story it just might have to wait. -After Hours "Combines eerie eroticism with page-turning terror.

2003) (The second book in the Sorority series) A novel by Tamara Thorne. Since childhood, Merilynn has had the gift of future-sight

2003) (The second book in the Sorority series) A novel by Tamara Thorne. The second in a trilogy of chillers, set at a sorority where there operates a centuries-old coven. Since childhood, Merilynn has had the gift of future-sight. Now, as she is drawn into the circle of the sisterhood, she has terrifying glimpses of an evil bond. But is this the past - or the future? Genre: Horror. Used availability for Tamara Thorne's Merilynn.

Sorority, Thorne Tamara. Сейчас книги нет в продаже. Merilynn Ever since childhood, Merilynn has had a sixth sense about things to come. Возможно появится в будущем. Поставляется из: США Описание: They are the envy of every young woman-and the fantasy of every young man. An elite sisterhood of Greenbriar Universitys best and brightest, their members are the most powerful girls on campus-and the most feared. Eve Shes the perfect pledge. Shes blessed with uncanny powers of perception-and cursed with unspeakable visions of unholy terror.

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Comments: (7)
Kirimath
Highly imaginative, and kept me guessing right to the end, but could hugely benefit from a good copy edit. TONS of formatting and grammar errors, yet the story was so riveting, I ignored them.
Nargas
This book was suprisingly good! I really enjoyed it, I couldn't put the book down! It's great for anyone who loves a mystery combined with sexuality and sororities!
Andronrad
What can I say but, I loved it! I could not put the book down, the other two in this trilogy are the same! Buy them all and read them in order!
Wel
Tamara Thorne (AKA Chris Curry) is up to her usual brand of hilarious witchery in this fun "B-Movie" style horror trilogy. "The Sorority," split up into "Eve", "Merilynn" and "Samantha" (in that order), seems to be a familiar theme of an exclusive college sorority whose members delve into witchcraft. Any similarities between these books and something like "Satan's School For Girls" is purely coincidental though. In Thorne's hands it becomes part adventure, part coming-of-age tale, and 100% percent goofy fun as the Author's sense of humor leads this story into subjects I probably can't talk about at A-Z, but made me laugh out loud throughout the three books.

Yes, this first volume is by far the shortest and most ephemeral, but it does what all first volumes of trilogies must do: make you want to proceed to Book Two ASAP. Each subsequent volume is thicker and more involved as the story unfolds. And no, I'm not a friend of the Author, ha-ha. I like to read a good brain-re-canalizing book as much as anyone, but sometimes it's good to read some well-written and well-thought-out mind candy too. Thorne doesn't want to be the next Fitzgerald, she wants to entertain and amuse, and she succeeds better than most.

My favorite things: the way Thorne weaves many references to Arthurian legend throughout the books (with sub-titles such as: The Stone In The Sword and The Ladies Of The Lake), Merilynn's hilarious spell-casting, and the charcater Brittany: part co-ed bombshell, part forest elemental and part chipmunk. No, you shouldn't take this as a serious horror novel, we have Ramsey Campbell and Peter Straub for that.

Tamara Thorne hasn't released any new books since the publication of "The Sorority," which isn't that new as I write this...I hope some of this bad press hasn't dissuaded her (or her publishers at Pinnacle), from bringing us new and better cheap thrills... ;oD
FEISKO
I have heard of Tamara Thorne and her books before, but this was my first reading of her work, and I was greatly pleased. I took this book out of the library not realizing it was a part of a trilogy, and the action took place dead smack in the center of the whole story.

I was seriously discourage to read it, since going back to the library I was told that they didn't have Eve ( the 1st book) not Samantha ( 3rd book) but the it seemed so interesting and I love reading magical stories from time to time that I got sucked in and read the book. Overall it's a very fast read, it can really be done in one sitting, as it's around 204 pages long. The writing is clear, concise and even for a magical horror it has some great humor thrown in. I love laughing while reading scary books, it's hard to do but Thorne pulled it off nicely.

The trilogy is about Fata Morgana, a secretive and quite naughty sorority surrounded by woods that reminded me of the movie Legend (unicorns and ghouls ran amok, great movie) whit Greenbrair ghosts, puckwidgies, greenjacks and other creature that have inhabited Applehead, along with the sunken town in the lake, where the lights come on from below and ghost of dead students walk.

I love the mix of magic and campus life, easy story telling that Thorne weaved like a spider in an abandoned farmhouse, and it did have a lot of sex in it, especially when Malory, the head of the Stepford like cheerleaders was involved, and she didn't spare her lovers, male or female. Death, gores and ghost, in a quick read, what can you ask more for?

I also liked Merilynn, our main protagonist, with her love of herbs and potions, she reminded me of Snape from Potter, but gentler, funnier and braver. She bonds in the book with Kendra and Samantha as we read more about the Fata Morgana and what evil plans they have. For they are only young and beautiful to the innocent, when in fact the story is crafted around an ancient evil that dips its claws in the pool of immortality which only makes them harder to beat.

I have purchased the remaining books, Eve and Samantha, and plan to read them when they arrive. I can't wait to have the whole story in my head, in order or not, this is a fantastic and entertaining read. Tamara Thorne is my new writer that I'm keeping my eyes on!
Cerar
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.
Sex, ghosts, cheerleaders, sunken towns, ancient gods and assorted spirits; what more could you ask for in a horror novel?