The Falcon in the Barn

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Bestseller Books The Falcon in the Barn the best work The problem with Shem Mahrree with everyone Perrin concluded was that they couldn t see what he did Shem said his mind was confusing him Mahrree

Bestseller Books The Falcon in the Barn the best work The problem with Shem, Mahrree with everyone, Perrin concluded was that they couldn t see what he did Shem said his mind was confusing him Mahrree said it was nightmares His children said nothing But he knew the truth he was surrounded by Guarders, masquerading as cats Perrin is right the Guarders are closing in But on the edges of the forests another army is assThe problem with Shem, Mahrree with everyone, Perrin concluded was that they couldn t see what he did Shem said his mind was confusing him Mahrree said it was nightmares His children said nothing But he knew the truth he was surrounded by Guarders, masquerading as cats Perrin is right the Guarders are closing in But on the edges of the forests another army is assembling, wearing green and brown mottled clothing Because they have plans of their own for the wounded falcon in the barn.. A viral Book The Falcon in the Barn Finally! The end of this book explains the people in the forest. Mercer certainly keeps the reader waiting for that one.I'm still enjoying this story of the Shin family and will be moving on to book five soon.

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  • Trish Mercer Post author

    This is the uncomfortable part where I have to write about myself So here goes.I have loved, absolutely LOVED writing this series I started writing it because I couldn t find a book quite like it, and it just grew and grew, dragging me willingly along It s brought me incredible joy, and although writing is agonizing, it s also fun Agonizing fun Yeah, that s it.I don t claim to be an author, just a tinkerer of story lines and a jumbler of ideas.If you ve enjoyed these books, great If you haven t, well that s awkward Let s just smile stiffly at each other and slowly go our separate ways.Oh, you re still here Well, if you want to know about me, here s the list I m married I have nine kids.I like my stories because that s the only place where people do exactly what I tell them to I worry about America, and I worry about our future I m a Mormon LDS I believe in educating my children according to what I feel God wants them to know.I believe in freedom of religion for all people, and I fear we re losing that freedom.I m a lot goofier than I sound I dance at random moments and sing in the van when no one can hear me I love Yellowstone National Park, God s playground.I love orchestral soundtracks and trailer music, and walking at twilight and writing scenes to fit the music.I worry immensely about the world my grandchildren will grow up in, and I hope I ll become that Muggah who sits with her grandchildren telling them that the sky is not really blue But I probably won t be weeding.

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  • Finally The end of this book explains the people in the forest Mercer certainly keeps the reader waiting for that one.I m still enjoying this story of the Shin family and will be moving on to book five soon.


  • There are many in the world who feel disaffected by it It no longer reflects their beliefs or hopes They re alone and lost, and looking for something The Creator plants in all of us a seed of hope Some people let it die Some deliberately crush it Some let others destroy it But there are those who protect it and help it grow They know something is out there and they look for it The fourth book in this series answers many questions, and still manages to leave the bigger picture or destination sh [...]



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