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Plate How effing predictable. Don't even get me started on the Daniel Penn sex thing. He was literally the only likeable character in the entire series and Amanda Hocking totally ruined it for me.
One should learn how to ruin a book and still be a bestseller from Amanda Hocking. Everything about the book is so fucking cliche. That is what makes it so damn boring.
The other thing that annoyed me is the how Hocking has a convenient solutions to every problem.
It's like she doesn't even think or even try to make the book any interesting or mysterious for the readers.
Need information about sirens? Visit the bookstore that is conveniently an hour's drive from the MC's place. Need to find the scroll? Don't worry, Thea will conveniently deliver it to your place.
You don't even have to break a sweat. Need to create drama for the next book? Penn will threaten Daniel to sleep with her and Daniel will agree without a second's thought because it will keep his precious girlfriend "safe" even though he's basically agreeing to cheat on her.
How fucking convenient for the author. She won't even have to find a reason to create a fight between Daniel and Harper because after Harper finds out what he's done, they will definitely have a fight.
I swear I am done with this series. I wanted to read about the sirens, the mysterious and toxic women who lured men to their deaths, but Hocking is doing a horrible job depicting them.
She portrays the sirens as these immature, bitchy and trashy females. It's impossible to believe that they've lived for more than a thousands of year when they are so immature and dysfunctional with each other.
Screw this series. Screw the last book. I don't care if I'll never know how the book ends. I just don't care anymore. For all I know, Gemma, Harper or even Daniel can all die and I still won't give a damn.
There is only so much stupidity that I can take and after reading this book, I've been hit with the highest dose of stupid.
I am simply done. I will be SHOCKED if Gemma, Harper, Alex, and Daniel don't survive the end of the book. And I wouldn't be surprised if the following things happen either: a Nathalie is somehow cured and comes home; b Bernie's wife was a muse and is somehow the key to ending this curse; c Penn and Thea don't die when the curse is broken, but get to live a mortal life, actually like it, and become Gemma's closest friends; d Obviously, Gemma and Alex wind up together, as do Daniel and Harper That's what I think will happen.
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View all 9 comments. Actual rating - 2. I still found quite a lot of it dull, and I still didn't like the characters. Overall, Dull, but not as bad as book two.
Right after reading Lullaby,I immediately picked up this book and WOW Nelly! Did it blow me away? Remember in my Lullaby review I said things looked like they will get worse or put to the test?
Hocking took this up several levels leaving the reader absolutely astonished. I think when I was done with the book I just could not believe that in the short time that I read it, it all changed so quickly.
Some characters were killed off, others were added, deadly betrayals of deals were made and Right after reading Lullaby,I immediately picked up this book and WOW Nelly!
Some characters were killed off, others were added, deadly betrayals of deals were made and not to mention all the going behind other peoples backs.
It was all so good, I could not stop myself from reading no matter what. Take it from me when I say this book is filled with an amazing plot that will leave you breathless.
All the relationships went to crap on a silver platter. I just kept shaking my head at all the choices these characters were making and AHHHHH!
In just want to scream. As I read this book, all I could think of is, How will it all end? I mean, if it is falling this way, I can only imagine that the last book will be a doozy!
This is an awesome book! This book gave me so much anxiety, I had to chill for a bit. Sending a wave of vengeance and lots of plot twist, Tidal is superb.
Three Stars "And I think the biggest thing holding her back from really committing, from really joining us, is you.
That quote doesn't even just apply to Gemma's siren problems. Just every single thing that Gemma does has Harper's harsh stamp of disapproval.
When Daniel called her out and was like you're not her mom, I was like fucking finally someone said it. Weird place to start a review, I know.
But Harper is just very problematic for me. S Three Stars "And I think the biggest thing holding her back from really committing, from really joining us, is you.
She really drags the story down. This book felt like major filler for most of though. I really like Gemma, I think she could be a really good character if it weren't for Harper.
Gemma has no room to develop or make her own choices because of Harper. Even if Harper is physically saying no to her, she is like oh but Harper wouldn't approve of this!
I also looove Daniel, but I am a little worried about his decisions through this book. I love Amanda Hocking's writing.
It flows so nice, and pages always fly by. The build up at the end of the book was very good, and I am actually really looking forwards to reading the next book.
Oh my god.. I am so relieved right now. I'm just so glad that this wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Oh god.. It was just heading in a really bad direction and something tells me that there is definitely more trauma on the way in the last book but at least that will be the end and honestly I can't wait for it!
So this book is filled with drama and surprisingly some very emotional moments. In the last book I wasn't really that connected to it, but this time I actually found myself crying at Oh my god..
In the last book I wasn't really that connected to it, but this time I actually found myself crying at points. I also felt disgusted and enraged a lot more so really I don't know if I prefer this or being completely emotionless about it.
As Gemma and the rest try to unveil the nature of the siren curse and try to get out of this whole situation, both main relationships just go to hell.
I really don't know how else to explain this book without spoiling it but I felt like it dragged out a lot with the main plot because of all the crap going on with the characters.
And I just didn't need that crap, I really didn't. Why must I go through all this drama and horriblness and just ugh.
Can we please just finally get rid of Penn? And can everyone just stop making decisions for each other?? I get that you're trying to protect each other but oh my god some flipping communication really wouldn't hurt!
A couple of things I am happy about. So far that has been Thea's backstory and I did have a feeling that she fell in love and he didn't love her back for some reason.
I also enjoyed the occasional cute line between Harper and Daniel and that time that her Dad walked in on them was also funny, especially by how he reacted to it afterwards.
Also one part of the drama that I actually enjoyed was everything between Alex and Gemma, because at least there there is no bitch in the way of their relationship, just figuring a way past the song.
So I mean in the end I did enjoy parts of the book, enough to make me feel like I should read the last one, however by far not enough to make me give this any more than three stars.
End of rant. After being rescued by her sister, Harper and her boyfriend, Daniel, Gemma is back with her family. Unfortunately the sirens, Penn, Lexi, and Thea have followed Gemma back to her home town.
They are in no hurry either to leave. It seems that Penn has her eyes on Daniel. Once she finds her than Gemma is history.
That is until Gemma and Harper can find a way to stop the girls without killing Gemma herself. Tidal is the third book in the Waterso After being rescued by her sister, Harper and her boyfriend, Daniel, Gemma is back with her family.
Tidal is the third book in the Watersong series. Amanda made me more excited about sirens with this series. However I have to say that I was a little disappointed by this book.
I expected there to be more action and for Penn to be her annoying her. She was in a way still annoying but only about a third of the way.
Other wise she was more subtle in this book. In fact all three of the sirens were pretty docile. Even Gemma did not act out as she is learning to embrace her siren side.
What I did like however was getting to know the sirens and their past better. Who they were before and in more detail how they became sirens.
Still I enjoyed reading this book. I flew right through it, so it is a fast read. I hope that the next book, Elegy has lots more action that includes a big battle scene.
Something about Amanda Hocking is just extremely disappointing. Even when she does things right, which she does in TIDAL, it's hard to let go of the mistakes and blandness.
Review to come. View 1 comment. COVER'S SO PRETTY!!!!!!!!!!!!! MY EYES!! It was amazing! I love all of Amanda's books : It was amazing!
I love all of Amanda's books These aren't great. They're a guilty pleasure, but I admit this one wasn't as much of a pleasure when it came to pressuring others into having sex.
I think this one took a downward turn. From Penn trying to guilt Daniel into having sex with her, to Gemma getting pinned down by Aiden, to the turned upside down tale of Persephone and Hades, this just went dark and kind of weird.
I'll continue on because I'm curious about how it all ends, but it went in a bad direction. Not the greatest ending though.
I really liked this book, it was a good sequel. Almost nothing happened until the last chapters, tbh. Protect your cuticles readers, because Amanda Hocking is raising the standard for supernatural suspense!
Tidal, the third nail-biting installment to the Watersong series, is keeping the sirens in Capri and with Harper gearing up to leave for college, the race to free Gemma from the sirens is more dire than ever.
Oh, how much has changed since Lullaby. Gemma and Alex are no longer an inseparable item, but what really stuns me is the aftermath of Gemma's siren song taking effect on Alex.
His change Protect your cuticles readers, because Amanda Hocking is raising the standard for supernatural suspense! His change is more than emotional, but physical as well.
Statt Gold zu finden, befreien sie viele Gefangene, und Juan wird unfreiwillig zum Revolutionshelden. Er wird als Miranda bejubelt.
Dabei hat Juan eine sehr pessimistische Sicht auf Revolutionen und betont deren Misserfolge: Bücherlesende Schreibtischrevolutionäre vergeudeten die Zeit mit Diskussionen, so dass sich für die Armen nichts ändere — bis der Kreislauf wieder von vorne begänne.
Auch Juans nächster Versuch, sich von den Revolutionären abzusetzen, geht schief: John und Juan halten alleine eine ganze Abteilung der Regierungssoldaten auf, indem John eine Brücke sprengt.
Nur der Colonel Gutierez  überlebt mit seinem Panzerwagen. Juans Söhne, die Villega wie alle anderen Kämpfer in einen als sicher geglaubten Höhlenunterschlupf vorausgeschickt hat, werden unterdessen von Regierungstruppen ermordet.
Juan und John finden die Toten, nur die Leiche von Dr. Villega fehlt in der Höhle. John bleibt in der Höhle, bis die Schüsse verstummen.
John ist untergetaucht und beobachtet, wie der offensichtlich gefolterte Dr. Villega Rebellen gegenüber Colonel Gutierez verrät.
John hat einen derartigen Verrat, durch seinen besten Freund, schon in Irland erlebt, aus dem er damals entkam. Kurz vor der Abfahrt besteigt auch der Gouverneur Don Jaime den Zug: Er flieht, nur mit einer Tasche Wertsachen, aus der Stadt.
John kommentiert dies so: Es gehe gleich los, sie hätten eben den letzten Dreck eingeladen. Sie wollen unbeobachtet den Zug verlassen, um über die Grenze zu fliehen, doch erneut werden beide begeistert als Helden der Revolution gefeiert und ins Landesinnere zurückgefahren.
Des Gouverneurs Schätze fallen den Revolutionären zu. Gegen Ende des Films kommt es zum Showdown mit Oberst Gutierez, der ihnen mit einem Armeezug entgegenkommt.
Um diesen Zug mitten in der Wüste zu stoppen, wählt John nicht Juan als Begleiter, sondern Dr. Villega, der wieder in den Reihen der Revolutionäre aufgetaucht ist.
Dazu belädt John die eigene Lokomotive mit Dynamit und rast dem Armeezug zusammen mit Villega als Heizer entgegen. Die übrigen Kampfgefährten beziehen neben der Strecke Stellung.
Während der Fahrt konfrontiert John Villega mit dessen Verrat, richtet aber nicht über ihn wie einst in der Rückblende über einen Verräter in Irland.
Nach Johns Absprung bleibt Dr. Villega auf der Lokomotive und rast mit ihr freiwillig in den Tod.