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The Song of the Sea

The Song of the Sea Dylan has always been an outsider in the small Welsh fishing village he calls home He s smaller weaker twp as the villagers would say Found on the intertidal between land and sea as an infant he s

  • Title: The Song of the Sea
  • Author: Arielle Pierce
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
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  • Dylan has always been an outsider in the small Welsh fishing village he calls home He s smaller, weaker, twp, as the villagers would say Found on the intertidal between land and sea as an infant, he s always been a bit lost.Everything changes when a damaged schooner arrives in the village, spilling its crew of exotic men from all around the globe The handsome captain, LDylan has always been an outsider in the small Welsh fishing village he calls home He s smaller, weaker, twp, as the villagers would say Found on the intertidal between land and sea as an infant, he s always been a bit lost.Everything changes when a damaged schooner arrives in the village, spilling its crew of exotic men from all around the globe The handsome captain, Llewellyn, wastes no time letting Dylan in on why he feels so different.He s a merman.Like calls to like, and Dylan soon learns what it is to let the siren song of the sea stir his blood Llewellyn offers Dylan teaching and freedom from a life he s never really belonged to But can Llewellyn offer Dylan what he needs most of all love

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    1. This review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.Living in a small Welsh village, Dylan is unaware of what his destiny holds. With no desire to follow in his father’s footsteps, he’s content to become a farmer or shepherd instead of a fisherman. That is until he meets Llewellyn, the otherworldly captain of a schooner, who ends up stirring up his life in more ways than one. With a little help from Llewellyn, Dylan is introduced to who he really is – a merman. Where he didn’t care [...]

    2. Better start saying this is the prequel of In the Lonely Sea. I strongly recommend to read in this order, first this one, and after In the Lonely Sea (it's a freebie!).About this short storyDylan is young, living in a village. Consider weird, called even "slow" he is lost. He don't know anything about him, why he was abandoned in the beach he just know one thing: he shouldn't, but he desire men, not women.The precise historical time is not specified, and I don't have great experience in historic [...]

    3. Dylan was found as a baby on the intertidal, brought in and loved, cherished and cared for by parents who wanted him very much. He is considered weaker than most of the villagers, but he does have friends, such as Rhys. He and Rhys have shared kisses and some fumbling but this is historical (not sure exactly the time) and this is enough to get them killed so its very secret. Rhys wants to sneak onto a schooner docked by their port, damaged and awaiting repair. This is when Rhys and Dylan run int [...]

    4. 4.5! The Song of the Sea has all the elements that I enjoyed from In the Lonely Sea, and they lose none of their power even in the longer story. I really like that although Dylan is fleshed out and we learn so much about his past and what he is, we do not learn everything. His powers are as much a mystery to us as they are him, and Llewellyn manages to be a major force throughout the story without ever giving much of himself away. There were a few times reading the book that I thought 'I know wh [...]

    5. Interesting story that flows like a fairytale, with an ending that doesn't necessary seem final. Pierce has built a world around the familiar, challenging the young protagonist with questions about what he believes to be and what may be possible. It's light but compelling reading with a few snippets of hot sex, myth, and magic, and could easily be the beginning of a series of books.This is a short and sweet story with some memorable and intriguing characters, very light on the drama and angst (w [...]

    6. I really liked this story! This is the story of Dylan, a young man who discovers a great and terrible secret about himself, and has to decide how he's going to deal with that secret. Arielle describes her settings in such loving detail. I love how the sea itself is almost another character in the story.

    7. Guess I complained a bit about the first book - but now I see no, better: now I feel what this story can become. It's the prequel of "In the Lonely Sea" and although it plays in the Victorianian area it feels more real than a lot of other stories I read dealing with the paranormal. Come on, who wants to read anymore about handsome, rich vampires where even a supposed big love is nothing else than a hedonistic accessoire or virile wolf-shifters who are not even bothered when treating humans as pr [...]

    8. I have to say that this is the first merman love story that I’ve ever read. I have to give Arielle props just for the concept and her treatment of what had to be a challenge to write. She also figured out a way to allow mermen to have proper sex, which is something you have to wonder about!Overall, I enjoyed the tale. There was a mystical quality to it, partly because of the setting in Wales some time in the past and also because of the lyrical language used. The plot is fairly straightforward [...]

    9. Blurb: When a schooner comes to Dylan’s small Welsh village, the handsome captain, Llewellyn, wastes no time letting Dylan in on why he feels so different. He’s a merman. Llewellyn offers Dylan teaching and freedom from a life he’s never really belonged to. But can Llewellyn offer Dylan what he needs most of all—love? A wonderful story of finding one’s true self. In Song of the Sea, Rhys and Dylan are young men who, now grown, are looking toward the horizon. And in their fishing villag [...]

    10. So beautifully atmospheric and descriptive.I got a real sense of place from reading this story. The writing was just beautiful. :)

    11. 3.75 Stars rounded up. I really wanted more and according to the author there is more coming. Below is a comment she made at the end.If you enjoyed this, be sure to catch the story that set the scene for this one, In the Lonely Sea, which continues the story of Dylan. It's a short story (and was actually written first, which would make this story the prequel), but there will be more in the near future between Dylan, Llewellyn, Cian and Rhys! A novel is being planned that will take place—not in [...]

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