Don’t miss this imaginative new short story set in the magical world of Watersong—a realm of enchanting beauty…and terrifying secrets.Aggie is a mythological creature on a secret mission. Lydia is a young woman from a magical family with no real powers of her own. And Daniel is a high school boy... show more
Don’t miss this imaginative new short story set in the magical world of Watersong—a realm of enchanting beauty…and terrifying secrets.Aggie is a mythological creature on a secret mission. Lydia is a young woman from a magical family with no real powers of her own. And Daniel is a high school boy who’s made it his duty to protect his deeply troubled older brother. Then one fateful night, their lives collide in a terrifying accident that changes them all forever. And beneath the surface, the ripple effects of the accident will have more impact than anyone could ever guess...changing not only their future, but the fate of an entire town.
Publish date: October 30th 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 60
Edition language: English
Actual "cover" image here: I've read a number of series prequels in the last year or so--the idea seems to be in vogue--and Forgotten Lyrics is both longer and more substantial than the others I've encountered. Not that it's anywhere near novel length, but at 54 pages it's longer than what I would...
That was wonderful. :)It makes me want to read the first book even more. I dropped that one, due to it being in Dutch (really English --> Dutch sucks most of the times), but I found it in English, so I will read that.
I read this while listening to the soundtrack, and it was just really atmospheric, and just a good read. Plus, despite it being so short I was totally connected to it. The ending had me trying not to tear up, for fucks sake. I think it's safe to say I'm in love with the watersong series and the worl...
Great prequel to Watersong series. Fills in some details about the boad accident 5 years before Wake. Also answers the question about what the other 3 sirens were doing right before the beginning of Wake. My copy of Lullaby is on its way. The story may answer some questions about that.
This was pretty good, it tells Daniel's story. It's a nice quick read and Amanda Hocking does a great job giving just enough information and detail to make you keep reading in one sitting.