Amanda Hocking (Goodreads Author). · Rating details · 84, ratings · 6, reviews. Switched – the first book in the Trylle Trilogy When Wendy Everly . Trylle Trilogy is a young adult paranormal series by American author Amanda Hocking. The trilogy follows the story of Wendy Everly, a year-old girl who. AMANDA HOCKING is The New York Times bestselling author of the Trylle trilogy and a lifelong Minnesotan. After selling more than a million copies of her.
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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Plus after all the craps Elora and almost everyone else had dumped on her, after seeing firsthand how unjust and suffocating the Trylle’s lifestyle is, it takes Finn’s departure to boost Wendy into deciding her life as a Trylle was miserable and she wanted to escape? There was too muc I hated this trilogy. I think it triloyg be more trylld if the author written it so that in every few chapters we could get a flash back of what Wendy’s childhood was like.
That it was longer and explained more because sometimes it felt like entire chunks were missing but overall a fun read.
She’s not the person she’s always believed to self to be, and her whole life begins to unravel – all because of Finn Holmes. Open Preview See a Problem? It was everything I could ask for in a book, wrapped in a beautiful cover.
It was obviously a shock for Wendy and the reader to find out that her mother wasn’t crazy at all- she was telling the truth when she said Wendy had been switched at birth. So, this finale was disappointing. Trikogy character is so amazing. I really did hope for more from this series, but it failed to win me over in any way. I liked it a lot! When it began that story after the first book I was like who the heck is Loki but I liked him as soon as I read through the story.
I love Amanda Hocking.
Wendy is of the following: I also love the turquoise and black because it has a mysterious feel to it. Wendy is a slightly rebellious teenager whose own mother tried to kill her when she became convinced Wendy was a monster. Please try again later. Yay for MC calling love-interest out when his staring is creepy. Other books in the series.
The Trylle society is original and intricate, and I loved reading about the complexities of it, and how Wendy fits into all of it. But I don’t think it’s the last we see of him.
In this paranormal tale, Wendy learns at the age of seventeen that she is a troll. But nevertheless I did still enjoy this book, or books, series, and I will likely read Frostfire which is sitting on my shelf.
Whenever her mother or Finn hissed at her, Wendy just sucked it up and apologized like it was her fault that no one had taught her anything useful.
In fact, had I not purchased the complete trilogy plus short stories in a rtilogy edition, I would have quit after the first boo I have a weakness for purchasing series in the combined editions, crossing my fingers in the hope I will fall in love with the stories and will power my way through however many books there are. For her entire life, Wendy was a misfit who had a crazy mom who tried to kill her, then one day she followed that hot guy who she knew barely a thing about to an entirely unfamiliar Trylle’s community and was told that she was in fact the daughter of the ruling Queen of said community.
With the help of Finn Holmes, Wendy finds herself in a world she never knew existed – a world both beautiful and frightening, and W. You’re maybe upset for about a day or two before you forget all about triloy family that loved and cared for your ungrateful little ass.
The books got better! The plot was believable and kept me turning pages. It is made for a young reader but I love my Fantasy books even if you can predict the ending didn’t!
The future of her entire world rests in her hands. The love triangle in this was well written for a young adult fiction trilogy.
I mean I don’t want to be a hypocrite since I don’t like super extensive description either and that definitely annoys me more, but I feel some parts of this book kind of weren’t written enough, if that makes sense, like the ending of the third book especially I waited until after my exams to read it but it kind of just went by very fast and seemed short and fleeting.
I’ve never called myself a feminist but this boy-centric female protagonist that is so common in paranormals makes me feel like one. According to her website the author has roughly ten novels, mostly written in and she pounds out the first drafts weeks! She’s then dragged off to her real mother. Triligy absolutely loved this book and a little bit upset that it’s ended to be honest. Wmanda Trylle Series Amanda Hocking.
The characters however were trulogy really made the story entertaining and made me keep on reading. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
And another hing is I would have liked to know a bit more about the trolls themselves and aanda I is exactly that makes them more special than humans? However I’m fairly sure he’s endgame.
Well, that was stupid.
Trylle Series by Amanda Hocking
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I really liked this whole series.