REVIEW: “Sing” by Lisa T. Bergren

Having not read the previous book, Breathe, I found myself a little lost at times. But not so much that it detracted from the story.

I was drawn right into the story, anxiously flipping pages to see what would happen. I was always left guessing, never having a clue at how things would play out. The characters were well fleshed-out and loveable, the ‘bad guys’ equally dislikable.

One thing I absolutely loved about this book were the ‘edgy’ storylines… one with Moira, and one with Odessa. This book depicted how things often play out in real life, and didn’t pussyfoot around issues — jus the kind of book I enjoy. 😉

Of course, the ending left me frustrated and wanting to know more. But, I suppose that just means I’ll have to read the concluding story, “Claim“, to find out what will happen! 😛

0 Replies to “REVIEW: “Sing” by Lisa T. Bergren”

  1. oh no! It has one of those cliff hanging ending then?? Interesting to hear that there were more than 1 storyline in the plot. So of the two who did you emphasize more with?

    Let me know how Claim turns out within the trilogy. Try Shana Galen’s The Making of a Duchess. I enjoyed it and will no doubt buy her second book in the trilogy as well.

    Putting up the review for Galen’s book on saturday…

    1. There are actually 3 storylines in this book, as it’s about 3 siblings! This book was about Moira — the first book, apparently, was about the oldest sister Odessa — and the last book is about the brother, Nic.

      I think I enjoyed Nic’s storyline the most, even though he was barely featured. Dont’ know why… just what I thought.

  2. Bergren writes a great story. I read one of her trilogys last year and enjoyed it very much. Of course, this early in the morning, my senior brain has yet to kick in gear so cannot think of the titles but it was about 2 sisters from Norway sailing to US to start new life. Excellent plot sucked me in immediately.

  3. I read and enjoyed the first book, Breathe. I checked Sing out from the library last month but didn’t have time to read it. I will have to pick it up again because I am sure I will enjoy it. Good to hear that it has “edgy” story lines. Those make for some of the best books and interesting characters. Great review!

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