City Reborn by Merri Hiatt
Book two of the Mangadarth Trilogy

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City Reborn (Book two of the Mangadarth Trilogy)
Just as the castle inhabitants begin to feel safe and a sense of community is restored in Mangadarth, a menace lying dormant for hundreds of years renews its thirst for vengeance. 

The first chapter of the third book in the trilogy, My Mother's Eyes, is included.


Marayah's Return (Book one of the Mangadarth Trilogy)
In a world of castles, crones and curses, Eldrick and Marayah find themselves bound to one another for life. When threats surround them, they must join forces to protect the city of Mangadarth and each other.

My Mother's Eyes (Book three of the Mangadarth Trilogy)
Now that Mangadarth is under new rule, it is up to the townspeople to rally to bring hope back to the city and clear the skies of the stain from the blood of innocent souls.

About Merri Hiatt

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Merri Hiatt grew up in a small town near Shasta Valley in Northern California. Upon moving to the Pacific Northwest in Washington state, Merri fell in love with the mountains, ocean, rain and lush greenery. Merri credits her high school creative writing teacher with giving her the nudge to pursue writing, and she's been writing ever since.BOOKS WRITTEN BY MERRI HIATT:Puddle of Poetry; SEASONS OF LOVE SERIES: Summer Love (Coming in 2012: Autumn Love, Winter Love and Spring Love); CELEBRATING LOVE TRILOGY: 14 Love Letter Lane, 21 Romance Way, 28 Passion Boulevard; EMBRACING LOVE TRILOGY: When Love's at Work, When Love's at Home, When Love's at Play, When Love's on Vacation (Sequel one); MANGADARTH TRILOGY: Marayah's Return, City Reborn, My Mother's Eyes; Kat Burglar, a romance novella; Sarah and the Magic Beans, a short story about magic and hope; Mama Lives in My Hair, a short story about life and death; The Magical Christmas Cookies, a short story about hope; Food So Good, You'll Never Know It's Good For You, 11 Recipes and Tips; and Potato Chip Princess, a young adult short story. Visit Merri's website at
Published December 23, 2011 by Merri Hiatt. 180 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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