The Cursed Sea

The Cursed Sea

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 it?Wil?s unstable elder brother is now king, leading a war against the Wilhemina Heidle, the exiled princess of Northern Arrod, the girl thought dead by her family and friends, must ret...

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Title:The Cursed Sea
Author:Lauren DeStefano
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0062491415
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

The Cursed Sea Reviews

  • hayden
    Feb 25, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

  • Shelley
    Jan 21, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

  • Shelley
    Jan 24, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

  • Hetal
    Dec 30, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

  • Karissa
    Jan 19, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

  • Mic
    Jun 14, 2017

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

  • Steena Carey
    Jan 11, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

  • Carly
    Jan 01, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

  • Stephanie
    Jan 02, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

    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 broth...

  • Aly
    Apr 14, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

  • Samantha
    Feb 12, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

    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 broth...

    3.5 ...

  • Laila
    Apr 11, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

    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 broth...

    3.5 ...

    Some small quibbles, but over all, I adored this. Review to come. -Book Hugger ...

    Even though that ending satisfied me. I wanted more from it. It was abrubt and missing. 4 stars nonetheless! Good duology. More soon when I review! ...

  • rachel
    Nov 08, 2017

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Dec 30, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

  • Mariane
    Feb 03, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

  • Patty (IheartYA)
    Jan 09, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

  • Cori Reed
    Feb 22, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

  • Jamie Coudeville
    Apr 03, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

  • Gabry
    Jan 10, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

  • Candace Robinson
    Jan 11, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

  • Mar
    Jan 12, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

  • BookHugger
    Jan 19, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

    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 broth...

    3.5 ...

    Some small quibbles, but over all, I adored this. Review to come. -Book Hugger ...

  • Morgan Shipman
    Feb 21, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

  • Zehra
    Jan 04, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

  • asbah
    May 22, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

  • Michael
    Jan 16, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

  • Yusra  ✨
    Jun 17, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

  • Layla
    Jan 08, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

  • Willa Wise
    Jan 29, 2019

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...

    Innamorata. ...

    I am sad. I LOVED The Glass Spare but this book felt like a. the author didn't know what she wanted to happen OR b. she wanted lots of things to happen but the pacing was terrible. *cries into forever* ...

    #1) The Glass Spare ????? Blog ? Goodreads ? Twitter ? Instagram ...

    why so pretty ...

    Ever since I read The Glass Spare last year, I couldn?t quite get it out of my head for some reason. So I was really looking forward to its sequel. I gotta be real here, I wasn?t disappointed but I wasn?t surprised either. I had some high hopes, but this fell short for me. This i...

    A good sequel but not as good as the first book. It got a tad silly and seemed off course for a bit. The ending was rushed and it felt like a few more chapters could have been written before it. Overall, I love the concept, world and characters BUT if this author used the word "betray"...

    Good sequel I was worried that this book might be as fun or interesting as the first, but it lived up to it. The pacing was really good, I wasn't bored and in fact I read this all at once. I liked that we not only saw what Wil was thinking, but sometimes we got Loom and Espel and Ge...

    some things i liked: ? seeing relationships and friendships strengthen ? how the book jumps straight into the story without stalling ? espel and her ferocity when it comes to those she loves, and her unfaltering loyalty to her kingdom. i think she's my fave character ?...

    Hi, hello, yes, I need this now. *flops over and hibernates for a year and a half* ...

    3.5 I fully support the end of the story ...

    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. ...

    . [ ALERT: Can't remember what happened in The Glass Spare? Visit my new blog Recap the Rapture for in-depth recaps of some of your favorite books!] --3.45 stars-- I have so many questions... That was SUCH a rushed ending. Like you don't know what happens to anyone! ho...

    I'm SO sad that this was only a duology and not a series. I was looking forward to the story continuing and learning more about the characters and their futures. The book overall was amazing and I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the plot flowed and the characters were developed ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Cursed Sea is the second installment in author Lauren DeStefano's Glass Spare duology. The Glass Spare ended on a surprising cliffhanger, leaving many characters in danger. Now Wilhemina (Wil) Heidle, the...

    One of my biggest issues was that I just didn't really care about many of the main characters. I barely remembered the first book (also didn't help). And the pace was a bit weird. I did like the family dynamics and the relationship between Espel and her girlfriend. I didn't hate the bo...

    Wow this was so good!!! It was so much better than the first and I loved the first book. ...

    This was a slog. There was a good story hidden in there under a lot of other unnecessary or ill-explained plot. I didn?t connect with the characters, but the prose was really beautiful at times. I think maybe it just wasn?t for me, but it might be other people?s thing? ...

    oooooh, that?s very pretty! ...

    This is the first time I have ever consciously chosen to put a book down and walk away. DNF at 76%. It's really a shame because I absolutely loved the first book in this duology, but this book loses the majority of what made that book so great. To begin with, the complex romance dy...

    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. ...

    This is the second book in DeStafano?s Glass Spare duology. I really loved the beautiful writing style of this novel and continued to enjoy the unique magic and curses in this book. Although, I didn?t like this book as much as the first book it was still very well done. For some...

    This book is tough to rate be single stars. At times the pacing would feel a bit faster than I preferred. Sometimes i would reread sections thinking I missed something because things happened a tad too quickly. It's understandable as I don't think this book would have benefited from a ...

    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 broth...

    3.5 ...

    Some small quibbles, but over all, I adored this. Review to come. -Book Hugger ...

    Even though that ending satisfied me. I wanted more from it. It was abrubt and missing. 4 stars nonetheless! Good duology. More soon when I review! ...

    This book was so much fun. The first was incredibly interesting and this one was even better. The writing was brilliant and new and every character got their moment. I loved learning more about Barren. In book 1 he was simply a bully. In this book we were able to learn why he was the...

  • Clemlucian (🏳️‍🌈the brooding villain)
    Dec 27, 2018

    Fabulous! Mel ???? ...

    I'm always scared when diving into a last book of a series but not as bad with a duology because the journey hasn't been that long. Yet, I was still nervous because I loved the first book so much! I mean, King Midas-like stuff... Awesome, right? All that glitters is definitely gold! ...

    Rating: 2.5 It felt like this book was completely detached from the first one and shouldn?t have existed in the first place. ...