Sunday, September 1, 2013

Lullaby by Amanda Hocking Review

Publication Date: November 27, 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Format: E-book
Page Count: 290 pages
Source: Borrowed
Series: Watersong #1


Now that Gemma Fisher has inherited Penn, Lexi, and Thea's curse - and all the strange new powers that come along with it - she has no choice but to run away with them. Devastated that she has to leave everyone she loves behind, she's still determined not to give in to the unspeakable hungers that plague her. Unfortunately, they're growing stronger every day, and she's not sure how much longer she can resist.
Harper won't give up on finding her sister Gemma, vowing to get her back no matter what the cost. The search draws her closer to too-gorgeous-for-his-own-good Daniel, and tests her fiercely guarded independence like never before. She's always been the strong one who everyone else depends on.... Can she let herself depend on Daniel?
As Gemma and Harper plunge deeper into a magical world they barely understand, it becomes painfully clear that Gemma's old life may be lost forever. But can she still hold on to her humanity?


Amanda Hocking has done it again!

Lullaby is better than the first book for sure. There was more character development and so much action than Wake. I love this series.

The way Amanda writes is addicting and it’s so good. It’s a short book but it sucks you in and when you’re done, you just sit there like you are processing it and just can’t because it was so good.

In Lullaby, after everything that happened with Gemma, Harper needs to find her. But she doesn’t do it alone. With the help of Daniel, who I loved even more as the book progressed, she is determined to find her sister and falls over heels along the way.

I never liked Gemma in the first book or Alex, but they got a little better in this. It’s just how annoying they are and mostly Gemma doesn’t listen and just do stupid stuff. However, that was the first book, but I still dislike her but not as much as I use to. Harper, I loved! She is my favorite character and Daniel too. Harper is a feisty, loyal, protective person who goes for things that she set her mind on. Daniel is caring, gorgeous, and downright kind and loyal. For the whole book, he kept pursuing Harper and I loved the tension between them. For Pen, don’t even get me started with that bitch.

I am very excited for this series and more of Amanda’s work. It’s truly amazing and beautiful.


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