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The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book English Achetez et tlchargez ebook The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book English Edition Boutiue Kindle Mythology fr The Crossing Daughters of the Sea by Kathryn The Crossing is the fourth and possibly last book in the Daughters of the Sea series It deals with the three sisters Hannah May and Lucy learning how to live with their mermaid selves I came away from this book feeling very unsatisfied The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book ePub The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book Rsum Three sisters bound by something powerful than blood a secret as deep as the ocean Once a maid Hannah is now engaged to a talented painter But although both were born mer Stannish has severed ties to the sea and insists that Hannah do the same Torn between love and the Laws of Salt Hannah must make a choice that can only lead to The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book Kindle edition by Lasky Kathryn Download it once and read it on your Kindle device PC phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book eBook Lees „The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book “ door Kathryn Lasky verkrijgbaar bij Rakuten Kobo Three sisters bound by something powerful than blood a secret as deep as the ocean Once a maid Hannah is now en The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Book A Now here is an excerpt from Daughters of the Sea The Crossing by Kathryn Lasky It was a shock that night when she first slid into the water It took her legs forever to fuse into the long powerful tail She had to pull with her arms as she never had before Her two legs seemed to flail until finally she stopped trying to use them for fear she would splash too much and attract attention from shore So she dived but The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Series by The Crossing Daughters of the Sea Series by Kathryn Lasky NOOK Book eBook Sign in to Purchase Instantly Available on Compatible NOO. This review is for the last book in a series so elements spoken of is this review might be spoilers for previous books Just a fair warning The Crossing is the fourth and possibly last book in the Daughters of the Sea series It deals with the three sisters Hannah May and Lucy learning how to live with their mermaid selvesI came away from this book feeling very unsatisfied Although it was a very interesting take on the mermaid legend the specifics for how mers work in this world don t feel very well thought out Things told to us in the first book don t seem to apply in the last book and plot conveniences seem to be a dime a dozenFor example The Laws of Salt This is the ingrained code of conduct that all mers live by as well as rules for how their transformation and underwater life works However the Laws seemed to work far often as a convenient way for Ms Lasky to have her characters sense things that they have no way of knowing For example in the first book Hannah knows instinctively how to play a harp and play it well In the fourth book it s told to us that she plays better than even a concert harpist How can she play so well and knows she can play the first time she so much as lays eyes on a harp The Laws of Salt All three sisters feel a void where the two others should be How do they know that they have two other sisters and know that one day they d all be drawn together The Laws of Salt Way across the ocean in Scotland their aunt keeps tabs on their progress Not only does she find out that all three live she can tell when they each cross over become aware of their mer nature and even when they ve found each other Why Cause the Laws of Salt At one point in the fourth book she even plays a harp to try and draw the sisters to her and they can hear the harp in the room with them in Maine vibratingThen there s the issue with choosing between living as a mer or a human As told to us by the previously mer now human Stannish Whitman Wheeler once a mer reaches adulthood ish he or she must choose between the land and the sea This seems like the sort of thing that was initially supposed to be a hard decision to create tension but as the plot progressed became less and less of a big deal By the end it was like why even have that exist in the first place As told Stannish was a mer who chose to live on land as a human in order to pursue his painting career All well and good except why It s told us that all a mer really has to do to keep the mer lifestyle is to swim every so often preferably once a day but it can be less Stannish always makes it a point to live in cities close to either a river that feeds directly into the ocean or the ocean itself why is it such a big deal to just slip out and go for a uick dip every other night or so It s not his age the aunt can easily transition between forms and she s far older than he isSpeaking of Stannish what happened to his character In the first few books he was always somewhat sweet and very attentive to Hannah Then in the fourth book SPOILERS all of a sudden he s this total control freak He has her cut and dye her hair despite the fact that her hair was one of the things that initially drew him to her in the first place He even has her change her name None of this feels consistent with the character we had come to know in the past books I feel like Ms Lasky suddenly realized that she needed another antagonist and so decided to completely change his personality to suit END SPOILERSNor did the book end very concisely The last book ended with Lucy charged with murder this book begins with her being found guilty and sentenced to death via hanging SPOILERS Almost the entire book deals with them trying to get the sentence overturned but most of the details happen off screen A character mentions that they ve appealed then a few chapters later all of a sudden it s mentioned that the appeal was overturned Finally they succeed by just busting her out via some guy who was never even mentioned before this book Lucy escapes May helps her swim they re joined later by Hannah and all three swim to Scotland to meet up with Auntie Ariel It s sort of implied that all three have chosen the sea just like it s sort of implied that Hugh and Phineas May and Lucy s boyfriends respectively will follow them there where it s implied they ll live happily ever after There s no reunion scene with the aunt there s no reunion with the guys there s not even a scene where they reach Scotland or Phineas finishes the boat All we get at the very very end is a newspaper clipping telling us that Stannish has died with a sort of serves him right flourish and the characters shrugging over whether his death was foul play or suicide END SPOILERSIt seems that Ms Lasky might be setting this book up for a fifth book in the series but I won t be sticking around long enough to know This last book was a long time coming and when it did it felt very rushed almost like Ms Lasky had lost interest halfway through and was just going through the motions The end result was a somewhat nonsensical mess and I don t want to see what she does with a fifth book El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro knowing For example in the first book Hannah Fragonard Art and Eroticism knows instinctively how to play a harp and play it well In the fourth book it s told to us that she plays better than even a concert harpist How can she play so well and The Monarchs Are Missing know that they have two other sisters and Touchstone know that one day they d all be drawn together The Laws of Salt Way across the ocean in Scotland their aunt Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding keeps tabs on their progress Not only does she find out that all three live she can tell when they each cross over become aware of their mer nature and even when they ve found each other Why Cause the Laws of Salt At one point in the fourth book she even plays a harp to try and draw the sisters to her and they can hear the harp in the room with them in Maine vibratingThen there s the issue with choosing between living as a mer or a human As told to us by the previously mer now human Stannish Whitman Wheeler once a mer reaches adulthood ish he or she must choose between the land and the sea This seems like the sort of thing that was initially supposed to be a hard decision to create tension but as the plot progressed became less and less of a big deal By the end it was like why even have that exist in the first place As told Stannish was a mer who chose to live on land as a human in order to pursue his painting career All well and good except why It s told us that all a mer really has to do to Love is Blind keep the mer lifestyle is to swim every so often preferably once a day but it can be less Stannish always makes it a point to live in cities close to either a river that feeds directly into the ocean or the ocean itself why is it such a big deal to just slip out and go for a uick dip every other night or so It s not his age the aunt can easily transition between forms and she s far older than he isSpeaking of Stannish what happened to his character In the first few books he was always somewhat sweet and very attentive to Hannah Then in the fourth book SPOILERS all of a sudden he s this total control freak He has her cut and dye her hair despite the fact that her hair was one of the things that initially drew him to her in the first place He even has her change her name None of this feels consistent with the character we had come to Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia know in the past books I feel like Ms Lasky suddenly realized that she needed another antagonist and so decided to completely change his personality to suit END SPOILERSNor did the book end very concisely The last book ended with Lucy charged with murder this book begins with her being found guilty and sentenced to death via hanging SPOILERS Almost the entire book deals with them trying to get the sentence overturned but most of the details happen off screen A character mentions that they ve appealed then a few chapters later all of a sudden it s mentioned that the appeal was overturned Finally they succeed by just busting her out via some guy who was never even mentioned before this book Lucy escapes May helps her swim they re joined later by Hannah and all three swim to Scotland to meet up with Auntie Ariel It s sort of implied that all three have chosen the sea just like it s sort of implied that Hugh and Phineas May and Lucy s boyfriends respectively will follow them there where it s implied they ll live happily ever after There s no reunion scene with the aunt there s no reunion with the guys there s not even a scene where they reach Scotland or Phineas finishes the boat All we get at the very very end is a newspaper clipping telling us that Stannish has died with a sort of serves him right flourish and the characters shrugging over whether his death was foul play or suicide END SPOILERSIt seems that Ms Lasky might be setting this book up for a fifth book in the series but I won t be sticking around long enough to Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch know This last book was a long time coming and when it did it felt very rushed almost like Ms Lasky had lost interest halfway through and was just going through the motions The end result was a somewhat nonsensical mess and I don t want to see what she does with a fifth book

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I have been reading and following this series since I was twelve years old when the first book Hannah came out in 2009 It has been an integral part of my teen hood and I have reread the series countless times So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about the final book coming out It certainly did not disappointSPOILERS FROM HERE ONI particularly liked the way that it all ended At first I did not like it as much and in truth I was thinking that this book really could have used about 5 chapters to it The other three books had around 30 chapters each so I suppose this one just felt a little shorter But after some thinking it over I have come to terms with the ending and really do love it Perhaps it was also because I was coming to terms with one of my all time favourite series coming to an end as wellIt ended in that sort of way that lets you imagine what happens next while still implying exactly what happens It sort of leaves it up to the reader It certainly implies the futures of all of the main characters and even the death of one The part that agitated me at first was the fact that we didn t get any sort of dialogue between the sisters and their aunt Avalonia I was really really looking forward to their reunion throughout the entire series being as she is the sister of their deceased mother I was hoping for some stories to be shared between them and such but all we got was the wave of Avalonia s tail as she leads her nieces to their new home together But again I have come to terms with this ending and shall just have to resign myself to imagining all of their lovely times together as a new familyThe parting of the ways between the girls and their beaus was a little abrupt I felt but I suppose they were in a rush to escape with poor Lucy who practically spent the whole of the book in jail I was hoping to get a bit of Lucy as I really took to her character but alas it s understandable as she was in uite the predicamentMy opinion of Stannish has changed dramatically since the first book I now loathe him and spent the entire book just yelling at Hannah to dump him and swim off He was so stupid and disrespectful to her the whole time and she couldn t even see it She was considering leaving the sea for him only because he wrongfully convinced her that she had to choose between land and sea when she could in reality have both I think Stannish was bitter about losing his own mer ness or resentful at maybe having it taken from him We don t know the official story of how he lost it whether it was completely by choice or by accident of forgetting to swim regularly Either way he regrettably took out his anger and bitterness on Hannah or as he likes to call her Anna and tried to change everything about her from her hair to her very nature And poor little Ettie couldn t stand a bit of it the whole way throughSpeaking of Ettie I did enjoy seeing of her I didn t think she would grow into of a main character but she was a wonderful addition and always good fun to read about Her stubborn personality her dreams of becoming a Radcliffe woman and breaking the suffocating chains of the society she was born into Again at the end of the book it is implied that Ettie might have a better chance of going to Radcliffe now that her sister has been outed as a mad murderess I certainly hope Ettie does get to realize her dreams later on I really am rooting for her This is your centurySpeaking of murderers I loved the return of the chilling Lila She is both a hilarious and terrifying villain of the series I feel her and Marjorie Snow would make uite the menacing duo This series really does have some of the most entertaining and interesting villains yet Every one is different and they all have such a presence about them They re those villains you love to hate and even those you secretly love simply because of the grand scale of their dramatic personalitiesAltogether it was a wonderful conclusion to the series I really do hope that Hugh and Phin make it to the Hebrides and live happy lives with their mer wives It is a little funny to think of how the Harvard man Hugh would be able to just up and leave his entire life behind but when you love someone and find out much they fulfill you you really don t need all of the extravagant lights and piles of money that life in high society has to offer You really just need love I do feel a little sorry for Phin s father but I suppose he ll just come up with some excuse saying he ll be taking up work across the pond which I imagine he will Hugh could even continue his studies over there as wellI am both much pleased and saddened that this series is over but I have loved every single minute of it I shall continue to cherish and reread this wonderful series again and again in the future to come Thank you Kathryn Lasky for creating this series It has taught me what it means to be free and has helped me realize that I really can choose to be free in this life I can only hope I find a beau as perfect as Hugh in the futureA fantastic series Five stars The Burning The Haunting of Grey Hills key is pressed In. I have been reading and following this series since I was twelve years old when the first book Hannah came out in 2009 It has been an integral part of my teen hood and I have reread the series countless times So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about the final book coming out It certainly did not disappointSPOILERS FROM HERE ONI particularly liked the way that it all ended At first I did not like it as much and in truth I was thinking that this book really could have used about 5 chapters to it The other three books had around 30 chapters each so I suppose this one just felt a little shorter But after some thinking it over I have come to terms with the ending and really do love it Perhaps it was also because I was coming to terms with one of my all time favourite series coming to an end as wellIt ended in that sort of way that lets you imagine what happens next while still implying exactly what happens It sort of leaves it up to the reader It certainly implies the futures of all of the main characters and even the death of one The part that agitated me at first was the fact that we didn t get any sort of dialogue between the sisters and their aunt Avalonia I was really really looking forward to their reunion throughout the entire series being as she is the sister of their deceased mother I was hoping for some stories to be shared between them and such but all we got was the wave of Avalonia s tail as she leads her nieces to their new home together But again I have come to terms with this ending and shall just have to resign myself to imagining all of their lovely times together as a new familyThe parting of the ways between the girls and their beaus was a little abrupt I felt but I suppose they were in a rush to escape with poor Lucy who practically spent the whole of the book in jail I was hoping to get a bit of Lucy as I really took to her character but alas it s understandable as she was in uite the predicamentMy opinion of Stannish has changed dramatically since the first book I now loathe him and spent the entire book just yelling at Hannah to dump him and swim off He was so stupid and disrespectful to her the whole time and she couldn t even see it She was considering leaving the sea for him only because he wrongfully convinced her that she had to choose between land and sea when she could in reality have both I think Stannish was bitter about losing his own mer ness or resentful at maybe having it taken from him We don t Reiki A Comprehensive Guide know the official story of how he lost it whether it was completely by choice or by accident of forgetting to swim regularly Either way he regrettably took out his anger and bitterness on Hannah or as he likes to call her Anna and tried to change everything about her from her hair to her very nature And poor little Ettie couldn t stand a bit of it the whole way throughSpeaking of Ettie I did enjoy seeing of her I didn t think she would grow into of a main character but she was a wonderful addition and always good fun to read about Her stubborn personality her dreams of becoming a Radcliffe woman and breaking the suffocating chains of the society she was born into Again at the end of the book it is implied that Ettie might have a better chance of going to Radcliffe now that her sister has been outed as a mad murderess I certainly hope Ettie does get to realize her dreams later on I really am rooting for her This is your centurySpeaking of murderers I loved the return of the chilling Lila She is both a hilarious and terrifying villain of the series I feel her and Marjorie Snow would make uite the menacing duo This series really does have some of the most entertaining and interesting villains yet Every one is different and they all have such a presence about them They re those villains you love to hate and even those you secretly love simply because of the grand scale of their dramatic personalitiesAltogether it was a wonderful conclusion to the series I really do hope that Hugh and Phin make it to the Hebrides and live happy lives with their mer wives It is a little funny to think of how the Harvard man Hugh would be able to just up and leave his entire life behind but when you love someone and find out much they fulfill you you really don t need all of the extravagant lights and piles of money that life in high society has to offer You really just need love I do feel a little sorry for Phin s father but I suppose he ll just come up with some excuse saying he ll be taking up work across the pond which I imagine he will Hugh could even continue his studies over there as wellI am both much pleased and saddened that this series is over but I have loved every single minute of it I shall continue to cherish and reread this wonderful series again and again in the future to come Thank you Kathryn Lasky for creating this series It has taught me what it means to be free and has helped me realize that I really can choose to be free in this life I can only hope I find a beau as perfect as Hugh in the futureA fantastic series Five stars


10 thoughts on “The Crossing Daughters of the Sea #4

  1. says:

    This review is for the last? book in a series so elements spoken of is this review might be spoilers for previous books Just a fair warning The Crossing is the fourth and possibly last book in the Daughters of the Sea seri

  2. says:

    Thank the mermaids below that I've now completed this series

  3. says:

    Spoilers because there will be spoilers and swearing about a children's bookWhatThe FuckThis is literally the weirdest thing that has ever happened to a series that I lovedFirst of all something must have happened with publishers and whatnot because this book is apparently only available in kindle format I've never paid over five bucks for a

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    I have been reading and following this series since I was twelve years old when the first book Hannah came out in 2009 It has been an integral part of my teen hood and I have reread the series countless times So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about the final book coming out It certainly did not disap

  5. says:

    I remember the previous 3 books as an odd mix of juvenile characters put in older situations so seeing that there's a 4th book makes me want to re read just to get a definite opinion on the series

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    Spoiler alert Some plot details revealed futher in reviewWell this seems to be final Daughters of the Sea book therefore the review will necessarily evaluate not just this book but the whole seriesDaughters of the sea are about mermaidsNo they are notThey are about belle epoue the mermaid story being only occasi

  7. says:

    I was extremely disappointed with this story; the other three stories in the series where enjoyable and well crafted Each character stood out well and had strong storiesThe last book felt like a whole bunch of characters got turned topsy turvey for no particular reason except to suit the plot which also felt very weak I felt like the whole book suffered like it was being rushed the writing was not as thoughtful or as strong in the first th

  8. says:

    There's not much suspense happening in this series easy reading with a simple conclusion The last book was concise; I wish it were longer where there's story of their happy reunion with the others on the island and how they were settling in there with their beau My next reading also having the same title Daughters of the

  9. says:

    I loved the other books in the series but was disappointed by this one It was not a satisfying conclusion though I did enjoy seeing the characters again The plot was a bit random Although I did find parts of the story good I found the overall book rather unsatisfying

  10. says:

    I don't love this series and this book was pretty terrible