Wilhemina Heidle, the exiled princess of Northern Arrod, the girl thought dead by her family and friends, must return home. The only way to save Loom, the cursed prince of the Southern Isles, is to revisit the castle and discover the origins of her own curse.But home is very different from how she left itWils unstable elder brother is now king, leading a war against the Sout...
|Title||:||The Cursed Sea|
|Number of Pages||:||400 pages|
The Cursed Sea Reviews
Okay so wowzers was this a marvelous book! And a beautiful end to this duology. Wil returns to her home to get a hold on her curse and tell her worried family members that she really isn’t dead and in the watery depths. But also keeping her heart in line and trying to save Loom and free him from his curse. Wil finds out that the place she calls home is hurting. And something dark and evil is covering it. If she stays her curse will slowly kill her. If she leaves she’s leaving her kingdom and her ...more
I’m still not sure how I feel about this book. I loved the first book and this book disappointed me. It wasn’t a bad book but I was honestly bored while reading most of the book. Also most of the characters I didn’t care about at all! I liked reading about Wil, Loom and her brothers but the side characters were so unnecessary and I was bored reading about them. Book one was so much better! This book ended fine but it was kind of rushed. We don’t really know what happens to the characters, the ep ...more
Okay but the last lines made me fucking weep and now I’m a puddle and I can’t ever be healed. I think this book rambled and kind of slowed down compared to the last one. I expected the ending to be a bit longer? But I’m so glad they happened as they did. Loom is fucking pure. The purest of the pure. Espel is still bitchy but she deserves happiness. Wil is still deeply stubborn and so very determined and if I ever had a little girl, I would want her to have the same qualities as Wil. And GERDIE. ...more
What an emotional roller coaster ride from start to finish!
A fantastic adventure, carrying on swiftly from where the last book left off. Secrets, lies, curses, love, heartbreak, loss. All interwoven beautifully to make the reader cry, smile, wince and scream all at the same time.
Honestly I think this story could have even be stretched to encompass three books, rather than a duology, the last few chapters were rather quick. I'm not sure that my heart is done with Wil and Loom, or Gerdie for that ...more
I was highly anticipating The Cursed Sea from the moment I finished The Glass Spare. I fell in love with Wil as a character and her gift was unlike anything I'd read previously which made this fantasy duology stand out to me.
Picking up right where The Glass Spare left off, unlike other books where hints are casually dropped to remind the reader what happened, this didn't occur for some of the more needed points. Without spoiling anything, readers will need to have a strong grasp of what's happe ...more
This book was as magical and heartbreaking as the first one but I feel like the author got lazy in the end because it just feels very rushed and a lot of stuff stays unexplained. It's a shame.
Hi, hello, yes, I need this now.
*flops over and hibernates for a year and a half*
Some small quibbles, but over all, I adored this.
Review to come.