Elegy – book review


Elegy is the forth book in the stunning Wake series, written by Amanda Hocking.

Gemma holds the key to breaking the sirens curse just when the stakes couldn’t be any higher. Penn is determined to get rid of Gemma once and for all and to rule the world for all eternity. Gemma feels like her normal life is just within reach, but she can’t get there. Not with Penn around. Gemma is close to having her normal relationship back with Alex, but she feels like nothing will ever be the same again.

Penn is more determined than ever to have Daniel for herself and to destroy Harper and Gemma along the way. Penn can’t force Daniel to love her, but she always ends up getting what she wants…

What will Gemma have to sacrifice to save the ones she loves? Can she ever break the siren curse? Who must die so that Gemma can be saved? The final battle is about to begin, and not everyone will make it out alive…

With Elegy picking up right where Tidal finished, I was immediately immersed in the world of sirens, mythology and romance yet again. Gemma is more determined than ever to break the sirens curse. I loved seeing her try everything to break the curse and she never gave up. Her perseverance was unbelievable, and that’s what I loved about her. Again in this book, Harper was such an amazing, supportive sister to Gemma who was never willing to give up hope. The story moved along at such a fast pace that ensured there was never a dull moment. I really admired the way that Daniel was willing to do anything for Harper and Gemma. The obsession that Penn had of him was really quite scary. I can’t believe how willing Daniel was to do anything that Penn wanted, just to keep the ones he loved safe. So many of my questions were answered in the end, and I was happy with the answers I was given. Although I’m sad to see Gemma’s story finally end, I’m happy with the way things worked out. In my opinion, this book was the best in the series. I was constantly worrying about what would happen to Gemma and I couldn’t stop guessing until the very end. Everything about this book was alluring and enticing. I absolutely loved reading Elegy by Amanda Hocking and I’d give it a score of 9 out of 10. I wonder what Amanda Hocking will come up with next…

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