Switched is the first book of the young adult paranormal literature series the Trylle Trilogy. Switched was first self-published as an eBook by author Amanda Hocking in early , and was published in paperback by St. Martin’s Press on. An addictive paranormal romance, Switched is the first book in a world of magic, Switched is the first novel in Amanda Hocking’s bestselling trilogy, Trylle. When Wendy Everly was six years old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. Eleven years later, Wendy discovers her mother might.
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It was definitely unnerving. The trilogy was very well written.
It was her own fault for not having friends and being miserable because she never freaking tried. It was just okay in my opinion. Nothing more was at stake, nothing more to be done. He caused her only pain,and it really made my heart break. Torn Trylle Trilogy Book 2. But how does one kill an immortal king? In between watching cooking shows, taking care of her menagerie of pets, and drinking too much Red Bull Zero, she writes young adult urban fantasy and paranormal romance.
I hated it when she gave me that look.
All things work out for everyone good and nice. It’s clear that this world was made with great effort.
If not for the gorgeous cover, then buy it for the coolest trolls you will ever read about in your life! The relationships between her characters, from the major ones to the minor ones, are wonderful. Wendy and Finn ever can, I like Tove well enough and wish that he’d establish himself as a young man who has a mind of his own and the strong will and strength to change things around him in the sequels.
Simply put, the whole thing is one hell of silly wish-fulfilling swigched, with zero realism in the world-building, characters, setting and plot. The Dean decided to skip their one-strike rule and immediately expelled me. Then out of the blue, in around page we’re informed that Wendy had missed her adoptive family all along.
I flicked on my bedside lamp, casting everything in a warm glow, and I saw something that scared me so badly, my heart stopped.
YA novels are indeed a guilty pleasure for me and this series was great. I often wondered how much better the books would be with a strong editor, but they were definitely worth reading as is. This included an endless stream of questions on Finn. Not even today, when he’d walked past my house.
No, don’t tell me Wendy getting engaged counts as an important affair, I’m reading a novel about two powerful supernatural races being at war! I read both this and the first volume of the Trylle Trilogy Switched in just over a week and a half.
Maggie gave me a ride to the dance, because we both weren’t convinced that Matt would let me out of the car. I didn’t like the characters, the story, the romance, nothing.
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I had heard that the books were riddled with typos, so on and etc. And although all the elements of a great romance with Finn are there, from sizzling jealousy to help-I-can’t-breathe-’cause-you’re-looking-at-me moments to daring Vittra rescues, Hocking introduces a maddening new element: She doesn’t let anyone manipulate her.
When Wendy Everly was six-years-old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. I feel even though it’s a paperback, Its thin.
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What I Did Not Like: We find out that Oren is Wendy’s father. I lifted my head and discreetly wiped away the drool. I feel hicking the author wrote this book about a girl who everyone falls in love with and she apparently gets everyone’s cake and eats it too. She the Queen, Wendy is the Princess. I can appreciate some realness in that.