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  • Title: The Deathly-Roses Volume 1 (The Deathly Roses Volumes)
  • Author: Melina Turner Sarah Foster
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  • Page: 143
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  • A New and Rising Star in the Literary WorldMelina Turner of Gympie, Queensland, Austrailia is a new author on the scene of short stories and flash fiction For those like myself who did not know what flash fiction is they are stories of 1500 words or less, usually 3 to 4 pages in length Melina began her writing career while still in school While in year 3 she wrote a pA New and Rising Star in the Literary WorldMelina Turner of Gympie, Queensland, Austrailia is a new author on the scene of short stories and flash fiction For those like myself who did not know what flash fiction is they are stories of 1500 words or less, usually 3 to 4 pages in length Melina began her writing career while still in school While in year 3 she wrote a poem entitled Wild Brumbies It was her first published work and brought her to the attention of a teacher that recognized her talents and encouraged her to keep honing her skills In year 5 Melina received the prestigious Honored Writer Award and never looked back She bagan sending her poems to various outlets around the world thus gaining her international attention.Until this year Melina has mainly wrote poetry, but she then decided to expand her literary accomplishments to include short stories She has 2 stories coming out in the next few months In March we are graced with Old Betray, a dark paranormal short story about an old ally who becomes a very dangerous adversay bent on revenge This month we get a second helping of Melina s work with The Deathly Roses Volume 1, Wisty finds out the all she believed to be true in her life is false and sets out to find her natural parents and who she truly is The lines between enemy and friend become blurred and Wisty must decide on which side she stands The Deathly Roses Volume 1 can be purchased from or lulu for the low price of just.99.To relax Melina plays the violin and the game Resident Evil Some of her favorite authors are James Patterson, Janet Evanovich, Isobelle Carmody and Darek Landy Past times and authors as diverified as her wiriting skills The publishing of these 2 stories is the begining of a long held desire for Melina Be sure to look for and read these 2 stories when they come out and support the promise of this young author Encourage her as she continues to grow in her talents and believe in her as much as she believes in her self It may not be tomorrow, but one day we will see the name Melina Turner on the Top sellers list and you can say you knew her when.
    Melina Turner Sarah Foster
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    Wanda Hartzenberg
    An interesting approach and one I need time to get used to.My complaint -- needs a bit of polishing regarding spelling etc. Not something to get excited about. My next complaint is the teenage angst apparent in the story. Now for my compliments. It is a fresh new approach. It is also filledvwith teenage angst. So you picked up on my sly compliment vs complaint have you? The teenage angst is the most real parts of the story. It is raw and uncomplicated and read more like avdiary than part of a st [...]

    Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages
    **NEW AUTHOR ALERT**I am a bit confused about the plot in this book, but being since this book in the first volume a few of my questions will be answered in the next. I can understand what happened, but the when, where, why factor is not there. There are a few grammatical errors throughout the story as well, but that can be easily fixed. I am giving this three stars because over all the book is a very fast paced read and it will sure keep you guessing and make you want to ask questions about wha [...]

    Actually I found myself enjoying this short story centered around Wisty who as the story begins finds herself in a gigantic room. She then has a flashback about her 'mum' wanting to marry her off to a rich person at a ball. Through the rest of this story, it continues shifting back and forth between the present and the past. Also there's a bit of telling from the POV of view of Iriami, who seems to care for Wisty. There were a couple minor things near the end which could be corrected, but over a [...]

    DelAnne Frazee
    The Deathly Roses is being released this month through and lulu. It is a quick read not to be missed.This month we get a second helping of Melina's work with The Deathly Roses Volume 1, Wisty finds out the all she believed to be true in her life is false and sets out to find her natural parents and who she truly is. The lines between enemy and friend become blurred and Wisty must decide on which side she stands. The Deathly Roses Volume 1 can be purchased from or lulu for the low price of just [...]

    Giselle Marks
    The Deathly-Roses (Anime) volume 1 by Melina Turner Flash Fiction. Intriguing, poignant prose sharply delivered by a stunning voice. A hauntingly, mysterious story which makes you wish there was more. The Deathly Roses is instant fantasy that draws you into the fascinating world of Melina Turner where nothing is quite as it seems. And yet the story hangs together and there is no confusion in its progression. Melina captures beautifully the emotions of her heroine Wisty in her confusion about who [...]

    You know, I really wasn't sure how to rate this one. On one hand, I'm Melina's PA, so while I want to pimp the hell out of her work, I need to not be biased and rate it fairly right? On the other handwhile I've been known to write a poem or two before, I don't understand poetry very well if it doesn't rhyme or have an obvious set rhythm.So I had to figure out, what makes prose poetry? I looked up the definition of prose, and The Free Dictionary says it's "A prose work that has poetic characteris [...]

    De Jr.
    The Deathly-Roses Volume 1By: Melina TurnerThis is the second updated version of this book and I have to say that my original assessment and review of this story is still spot on. Entering the pages of Author Melina Turner’s first Novel, I didn’t know what to expect, and now that she has taken it and rewritten it to some extent I am in awe of the talents of this author.… I am still amazed by the complexities of the character’s, the subject, plot and overall story line…The ease with whi [...]

    Jeffrey Daniels
    This is a curious book, leaving me conflicted how to "rate" it so that someone gets value out of the rating.The good first. The plot has enough intrigue and promise to encourage the reader to pick up further installments to see what develops between the characters. There is a running subplot of abusive family behavior that bears watching and an over-arching plot around more fantastic concepts that looks likely to be quite engrossing.The bad next. The format of the book is unlike traditional writ [...]

    I received this book to give an honest review for part of a blog tour.Okay so the writing style is completely different for me. It seemed for a brief moment I was kind of lost as to what exactly was going on within the story. I felt as though it lacked detail in some places with the main character. I have learned that there is a volume 2 so I am hoping that after reading volume 2 that maybe it will all work out and help me understand exactly what is going on. The ending cliffhanger left me with [...]

    Tony Levy
    As previously stated this too is not my usual genre, but I found I was drawn into the book in the first paragraph.Melanie Turners new book The Deathly Roses is an intriguing fast paced story, that kept me riveted to the main character Wisty leaving me always wanting to find out what happens to her in the end. After finding out about her past and feeling unwanted and abandoned, her journey continues as she looks for the truth of her existence and hopefully to find here love.Although the story swi [...]

    Christoph Fischer
    "Deathly Roses Volume 1" by Melina Turner is a short collection of captivating and mysterious fragments.Turner wastes no time in preliminaries and dives straight into the story and within the short period of time Turner through a lot of intriguing plot. It concerns a young girl and her parentage in the widest sense, I must leave the rest for you to read for yourself.A lot is said or implied, Turner separates memory, present and future within the short chapters, creating an urgency in her readers [...]

    Robert Church
    Melina Turner's The Deathly Roses, is one of the most refreshing paranormal stories in recent memory. The world is unique and paints a vivid, dark, hopeless world that the lead Wisty lives in. Through her thoughts and actions she serves as the central protagionist for the reader. The Reader feels generaly sad and fearful for her well being, while she comes to an understanding of how tragic her life really is, and with a pint of love and hope resting on her and her new found love interest Iriami, [...]

    The Deathly Roses The title itself would make me want to read the book. The first time when Melina told me about this book's title I loved it! I thought it’s different; it’s got a cool ring to it and it’s mysterious… I set to read it and finished it rather quickly.I’d say this that I’m not a fan of this style of writing but I really liked the story line. By the time I was done reading it made me anxious to find out what would happen next.Only negative, it just needs a little more pol [...]

    Hayley Guertin
    This book was very strange. It was confusing, disorienting, mind boggling, and I loved it. Basically the book is almost a shortened rendition of a novel, with all of the important details mixed in a super fast paced 20 page novella. The book itself wasn't written in the best way, but I think that was the author's intentions. You're sort of in the main character's brain, in her main thought processor. It was very intriguing how the story developed. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars for the sheer [...]

    I had heard a lot of different opinions about this book. I was unsure if I would enjoy it, or if I would be able to follow the plot line. It takes a bit to get into, but once I did it held my interest. In the opening of the book, Whisty finds herself in an unknown place. She's not sure what happened to her, and soon discovers secrets her so-called family, have been hiding from her.I really adore the main character and despite her depression she continues. I liked the narratives, given versus ton [...]

    Wendy Steele
    This contemporary short story is the beginning of a series, written in an unusual prose/poetic style. The paranormal genre is not my first choice to read but this book is full of ideas only possible within such a genre. I found the flitting from 'reality' to 'memory' to 'foreseeing' a bit annoying and the editing mistakes, changes of tense and perspective the same but, it is a good story, a story with promise.Probably because I'm old and boring, there wasn't enough about any of the characters fo [...]

    Miranda Shanklin
    I love the story line in this very quick read. It is more a short story. I would have liked to have more expansion on the characters. It was very difficult to try and relate to any characters with the way that you jump around and never really get a good feel for what is going on. It is written more as the short bursts of emotions from the main character and more like a collection of poetry than a novel. I feel this could be an excellent paranormal romance book if the characters were more defined [...]

    I received this book on exchange for a honest review! This is this first time I've ever read flash fiction, and honestly I was a little hesitant not because it was flash fiction or a short book but because how much of a story can you actually tell with so little pages? I think the author did a great job the characters she introduced were told nicely! There were a few parts that could be stretched out or talked more about but with this style of writing I understand why you can't. I think she did [...]

    Bex 'n' Books
    The Deathly-Roses is an intriguing fragmented narrative that incorporates 'memories' and 'future' to delve into a story of mystery and dark humour. Melina Turner successfully develops a narrative that keeps the readers gripped and questioning the characters' motives and intentions. There's a lovely level of humour and a very real voice to be heard in this short story. What I found most impressive was Melina's ability to control her fragmented narrative; this is actually a great accomplishment fo [...]

    Punya Mohapatra
    I personally ,have always preferred a story with helpless characters, as that shows the author’s astuteness in true sense, to make his/her characters revolving successfully around atrocities. Wisty in The Deathly Roses Volume-1 is such a character. The approach, fusion of prose-poetry definitely has added flavor to the story. It would be totally unjustified to tell the characters and the plots li’l ‘sketchy’. As the author is set to make it a series, no part can be fathomed completely un [...]

    Gladys Quintal
    Ms Turner’s writing style is a mixture of prose and poetry. It was beautifully executed and flowed effortlessly. I found myself getting a little confused at first, but quickly picked up on the fact that it was a collection of thoughts and feelings told in the main character’s POV. I could sense her feelings of fear and betrayal and remember thinking to myself that if this author were to write a novel, it would definitely be something I would add to my TBR list. I look forward to reading more [...]

    Rebecca Ann Baker
    First, Anonymous's review the 1 star who will not put their nameDE. 2. The book ( poem) is very fast paced pulled me quickly though the past and present of the main characters. Yes, the is a new writing style but, even at 40 my mind easily sewed the story together. From the first line to the last Mr. Turner keeps her reader on the edge. I hate spoilers so, all I really want to say it is a quick fast paced read. A totally new take in writing that myself and my 19 year old daughter both LOVED. Any [...]

    Faith Bloom
    A great young author, Melina Turner's style with this one is quite unique. Deathly-Roses Vol 1 is written in the style of prose/poetry, something new for me. The story contains some typical teen angst, some dysfunctional family situations that make you feel for the character Wisty. The story goes from memory to foreseeing and back to reality, which the author lets you know she is doing. It's a quick read which leaves you wanting for Volume 2. Looking forward to reading more work from this author [...]

    Shannan Williams
    This book was fantastic! I really didn’t know what to expect but was very intrigued by the title and the cover. The book gripped me immediately and kept me on edge until the end. And I’m still on the edge, waiting to find out what happens next. Even though this is a short story, quick read, it’s really intriguing. You really feel for the character Wisty. I’m anxious to get to the next book, so be sure and read this. You don’t want to miss out! 5*****

    I do not know where to begin. I think this novella has a great story line that just needs polishing. It is so fast paced you never get a real grip on the story. You jump from the present to the future to the past all in a breath. The author does let you know this is happening, but I ended up confused. There are grammar mistakes and lots of repetition. I enjoyed the story line, just wished it was polished more. WaAR

    Brian Bigelow
    I do wish the story was expanded more than what's in this book which is actually a short story. It's a pretty good one though and is filled with the unexpected. There are a lot of surprise moments throughout. Really, there's a brilliance to it, but it could have used a little more percolating time to make a story line that flows better. It has a tendency to jump around a bit.

    Lisa Arrington
    This novella is described as 'flash fiction'. If that is code for confusion then yes, I will agree with it. The piece is extremely fast paced and doesn't allow the reader the opportunity to develop an idea for the plot or a connection with the characters. I may be alone in this and others may grasp onto it better than I could, but I just don't get it.

    A unique story that I enjoyed. This author captured my interest from the beginning and even though the story is short it packs a very big punch. These types of books are unusual and I have read 1 or 2 before and they were okay. Melina Turner blew the others out of the water. I really look forward to reading more about Wisty and Iriami and what the future holds for them.

    This was a very short story,not the type I'm used to. I really want to know what happens to Wisty though, she found out something horrible that happened to her in her past, now wanting to get the truthn't wait to read the next one to find out more about the characters in this book.

    J.J. Ellis
    I had never quite read anything like this. It was written differently, almost in verse. But they key point is that it was engaging. Just when I wondered what was going on, I realized I already knew and couldn't wait to find out more. I will definitely be picking up volume two when I can.

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