on 7 January 2014
I really enjoyed this last book in the Watersong trilogy, & would go as far as to say it's the best out the lot. Harper was far less annoying, Marcy came into her own & Gemma, Alex & Daniel were already likeable so their stories just progressed. I've always loved Greek mythology so that was an added bonus about the book, & the writing style stayed a lot darker than some of her other books, which the story definitely needed. I would recommend this trilogy to anyone who likes this supernatural genre.
on 26 January 2014
the best book ever not even kidding. Pleased Liv and Penn died but really upset about Thea. It was a bit confusing about the specifics of the curse. Diana confused me. It was nice to see Marcy find love despite the tragic ending. Lydia should have ended up with Pine. Nathalie got some of her memory back and became infatuated with Cody Simpson. I really loved the ending - They thought they had broken the curse but it was a fulll moon with only 2 sirens. Gemma felt herself slipping away so she went to say bye to Alex who insisted on going with her to the bay after getting the scroll and golden shaw. The sun is just coming up when Alex persuades Gemma to pour his blood and her blood over it. Because she is in the sea, wrapped in the shawl the scroll gets erased and she lives. Thea in another ocean doesnt make it. I was sad about this because I liked Thea. The book has a cute Harper and Daniel ending. Love the series so much.
PS - Title really fits book.
on 29 October 2013
I couldn't put this book sown it was so good. The twists in the story are amazing just as you think something is going to happen the complete opposite happens and when you've begun to expect the opposite it changes which makes the story fast paced, thrilling, and never boring. I literally couldn't put this book down!!!!!