Torn When Wendy Everly first discovers the truth about herself that she s a changeling switched at birth she knows her life will never be the same Now she s about to learn that there s to the storyShe shar

  • Title: Torn
  • Author: Amanda Hocking
  • ISBN: 9781250006325
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Wendy Everly first discovers the truth about herself that she s a changeling switched at birth she knows her life will never be the same Now she s about to learn that there s to the storyShe shares a closer connection to her Vittra rivals than she ever imagined and they ll stop at nothing to lure her to their side With the threat of war looming, her only hopWhen Wendy Everly first discovers the truth about herself that she s a changeling switched at birth she knows her life will never be the same Now she s about to learn that there s to the storyShe shares a closer connection to her Vittra rivals than she ever imagined and they ll stop at nothing to lure her to their side With the threat of war looming, her only hope of saving the Trylle is to master her magical powers and marry an equally powerful royal But that means walking away from Finn, her handsome bodyguard who s strictly off limits and Loki, a Vittra prince with whom she shares a growing attraction.Torn between her heart and her people, between love and duty, Wendy must decide her fate If she makes the wrong choice, she could lose everything, and everybody, she s ever wanted in both worlds.As a special gift to readers, this book contains a new, never before published bonus story, One Day, Three Ways, set in the magical world of the Trylle.

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    1. Amanda Hocking

      Amanda Hocking is a lifelong Minnesotan obsessed with Batman and Jim Henson In between watching cooking shows, taking care of her menagerie of pets, and drinking too much Red Bull Zero, she writes young adult urban fantasy and paranormal romance.Several of her books have made the New York Times Bestsellers list, including the Trylle trilogy and Kanin Chronicles Her zombie series, The Hollows, has been adapted into a graphic novel by Dynamite She has published over fifteen novels, including the Watersong quartet and My Blood Approves series Frostfire, Ice Kissed, and Crystal Kingdom all three books in her bestselling trilogy, The Kanin Chronicles are out now.Her latest book is Freeks a standalone YA paranormal romance novel set in the 1980s that follows a travelling sideshow, and it is a available now Her next books will be a duology about Valkyries The first book Between the Blade and the Heart will be out January 2, 2018, and the the sequel From the Earth to the Shadows will be out March 27, 2018.For info about her and her books, here are some other places to check out and ways to contact her Website hockingbooksFacebook facebook amandahockingfans Author Page author amandahockingPinterest pinterest aehocking Wattpad wattpad AmandaHockingTumblr amandahocking.tumblr Publisher Website worldofamandahockingInstagram instagram amanda_hocking YouTube youtube aehocking

    513 thoughts on “Torn”

    1. What happens when everything changes? Switched may not be the great introduction to this series, but Torn made it all up. There were a lot of developments here in this book thanks to my new favorite character-- ladies and gentlemen, Loki Staad!I have to make a special highlight to this awesome character because he deserves it. Loki is one spectacular character. I admired his realness and the way he treated Wendy in this book. He may be a Vittra but he wasn't considered a villain. To be honest, h [...]

    2. Amazing.My heart is stilltornbetween Loki and Finn.(Hehe get the pun?? Torn?? Like the title?)*laughter slowly dies off*my sincere apologies for the introMy praise for Amanda Hocking:Thank you for making me die throughout the story.Thank you for making me cry.Thank you for granting me two deadly, hot, sexy guys.I couldn’t have made it through the story without them. ;)(Guys, I hope that part that you just read about two sexy guys will make you instantly pull out some money from our seemingly b [...]

    3. In this second installment of the Trylle trilogy, we reunite with Wendy inside this strange new world she's still digesting. It's an honorable sequel with a lot of world building, plenty of characterization, and enough twists to keep you enchanted until the end.Let's start with the world building. In Switched, we're introduced to this new race of Trylle. We meet the queen, we visit the kingdom and we learn where Wendy fits in all of this. Now, in Torn, we go deeper. We learn a lot more about the [...]

    4. Review found at: awesomebooknutWow…. so many thoughts and feelings. My biggest one, is WHY DIDN’T I READ THIS SOONER! sheesh! so good…In this one we are introduced to new and exciting characters, things that were kept from Wendy are revealed, some awesome and major character developments happen in this one. It’s just great.I enjoyed more of Matt, Wendy’s brother and his role in this, I so enjoyed the tension between Wendy and Finn…. *sigh*But the biggest development that I really enj [...]

    5. What the hell IS this? Did Amanda Hocking miss out on the sixth grade English when they taught the basic outline of a story? There needs to be a beginning a middle a CLIMAX and an end. This wasn’t even a story, it was just a random bunch of non - events. The most annoying part of this “book” was the complete lack of progress or pacing. The beginning actually wasn’t bad; Wendy was kidnapped by the Vittra and I actually thought the whole book was going to be like this, but no. Once Wend [...]

    6. Rating: 4.5 beautiful stars! You know you have an amazing sequel when you love it more than the first book — and that's exactly the case with Torn! I wasn't expecting to be as blown away as I was but I ended up loving it from the beautiful cover to the heartbreaking end.From the very first page, I already knew I was going to lose sleep reading this book! It still gives enough information to remind you of what happened in Switched, but the recap isn't boring or overwhelming. We also get to lear [...]

    7. ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Torn by Amanda HockingBook Two of the Trylle seriesPublisher: St. Martin's GriffinPublication Date: February 28, 2012Rating: 4 starsSource: Review copy sent by the publisherSummary (from ):When Wendy Everly first discovers the truth about herself—that she’s a changeling switched at birth—she knows her life will never be the same. Now she’s about to learn that there’s more to the story…She shares a closer connection to her Vittra rivals [...]

    8. **No spoilers**What a difference a book makes!!Torn is such a better book than Switched, holy guacamole?! The only things I didn't like we're Finn (his entire character - grr), and the ending was a bit anticlimactic in my opinion.Wendy was so much more tolerable in this book. She was a lot more selfless and friendly, and she is actually shaping up to be a good queen. But I swear if she ends up with Finn.*t will hit the fan!! Seriously, Loki is actual bae right now. He is AMAZING! I don't have a [...]

    9. Unfortunately, Torn is even worse than the first, lacking in many of the things Switched had to offer. It's really hard to get into a book when the main character insists and refuses to do anything in any way but her own. And the similarities to Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy series? Maybe Amanda Hocking didn't mean for that to happen, or for anyone to be aware of it, but I tend to pick up on the littlest of things. We'll start off with the whole "I love my mentor but he won't love me back thin [...]

    10. There's a lot of politics and romances, I mean big major POLITICS AND ROMANCESd ToveI don't know what to sayank God you're damn foxy!

    11. Torn, book 2 of Amanda Hocking's Trylle trilogy, is a very easy book to read and it wouldn't charge you too much time and effort, but the writing is so plain that it lacks tone, style, tension, foreshadowing and grace---Okay, just about everything which would make the book interesting.Instead we are once again stuck with the uninteresting Wendy's first person POV throughout the entire book, and her narration is becoming counter-productive to the story. For most of the book Wendy is focused on th [...]

    12. Loki <3 Loki <3 Loki <3 The time for swooning has finally arrived!!I love him,I love him so much <3We left Wendy returning to her old home and her brother Matt,with Rhys by her side after using persuasion on him.It was really obvious that this was a very,very bad choice,one she would regret.But!on the bright side,we came to know why the Vittra wanted her so badly (their king is such a huge as*hole and the queen merely a puppet) and yes,praise the Lord,Loki came into our lives.A sassy [...]

    13. clearly a second in a trilogy. a lot of "getting there" stuff. nice to see people actually telling Wendy things she needs to knowrgot to mention: super psyched that there's a gay character!

    14. My main issue with Amanda Hocking is that she has no sense of rise and fall. She doesn't know how to bring the story to a high point and then leave you heaving with suspense in the conclusion. She made an improvement from the first book by giving you reason to believe that the series will continue. She left Wendy's relationship with her father, the Vittra King, open for us to find out later. We still don't have much of a handle on who Wendy is and what she wants. We know she thinks that she's pr [...]

    15. REVIEWI read these three books back-to-back-to-back on my Kindle. The story had me so engaged, that I could not put it down. I was reading in the car, at school, on my bed, at the dinner table, and in the media room. You could call it an obsession.In this paranormal tale, Wendy learns at the age of seventeen that she is a troll. Oh, but she isn’t just ANY troll, her past is filled with mystery, deceit, and some unexpected ancestors. Amanda Hocking carefully twisted this plot with all sorts of [...]

    16. Torn (Trylle #2), Amanda Hockingعنوان: سرگردان؛ نویسنده: آماندا هاوکینگ ؛ مترجم: میترا فخارها؛ تهران، افق دور، 1391؛ در 408 ص؛ شابک: 9786006003931؛ موضوع: داستانهای کودکان از نویسندگان انگلیسی قرن 21 م

    17. ‘Torn’ starts from exactly where Switched is left off. Wendy after getting fed up with the life she has at the palace persuades Rys into taking her back to Matt, her host brother’s house.‘Torn’ is more exciting as it introduces many more characters some more surprising than others but I would’nt want to give it away! More dangers are to come as the Vittra are aware where Wendy is and that she has reached the age and is capable of becoming queen. After complications, which consequence [...]

    18. 3.5 StarsThat was a hell of a lot more enjoyable than book one (Switched). I'm now solidly immersed within the world of the Trylle and eager to witness Wendy's humble rise to Queendom. With the exception of my disdain for all the "adults" in this story, and my hair pulling frustration at the gutless wonder that is Finn (this guyARGGGHHH!!!), I truly grew to love most of the characters in this story. I loved that Matt (Wendy's brother from her human host family) returned to play a much more subst [...]

    19. I've been thinking about boundaries and edges a lot lately since picking up Amanda Hocking's newest release Torn, which she was kind enough to let me review early. The title alone suggests such things: Edges. Boundaries. Thresholds. Wendy Everly and nearly everyone she cares about stands at one of these in Hocking's second installment of her acclaimed Trylle trilogy. Friends, family, enemies, and Wendy herself remain caught in cross-currents of political and class struggles, navigating complex p [...]

    20. I think this is the best book in the series even though Wendy does annoy me at times with how fast she switches between guys.The series does keep getting better and better and you can tell how the author's writing is maturing in the fantasy genre.

    21. Plot wise? A pretty good sequel.Character wise? No. Especially how Wendy acted.The Good- There was a lot more plot development than the last book. The first book, Switched, consisted mainly of Wendy just learning to be a Princess, and it got a little boring. However, this wasn't entirely like that.- I enjoyed learning more about the history between the Trylle and the Vittra. I now understand why they're enemies and how serious the situation is. I also see the Vittra in a new light now. They're s [...]

    22. Okay,I admit - this one was way better than the first part.Even Elora is more likeable and approachable.We basically get more information about Wendy's family and the constant war between the Vitrra and Trylle.Summary of the characters:-Finn is being a huge freaking jackass.(but because he cares,duh!I swear,I was praying through the whole book that Wendy will just forget about him.)-Villa and Matt are spending more time together.-Rhys is pretty much forgotten.-Tove is being awesome as always.-Da [...]

    23. Ms. Hocking has something good going here. I am certainly not a fan of paranormal romance unless it has some decent action in it and doesn't drip with saccharine. This one I picked up due to her rather large following on , and I read her blog one day only to discover a curiosity of her work. I read both this and the first volume of the Trylle Trilogy (Switched) in just over a week and a half.These are a self-published book and it shows in places. The editing could use a little work, but overall [...]

    24. This book is an honourable sequel to the Trylle world, with plenty of character development and interesting story. Wendy is a lot more accepting of her role as Princess, and I again feel that realness with her; she's stubborn and irritating at times, but she says what she feels and I couldn't help agreeing with her a lot of the time and thinking that if I suddenly realised I was royalty in a completely different species, I would probably act this way too.There's a love triangle with Finn, her tr [...]

    25. You meet Loki! He may be a Vittra(spelling???? Book isn't in front of me), but that doesn't mean all of them are bad. It shows a different side to them and you just learn more about them. The drama that happens between Finn and Wendy isn't the best, but it shows more of the fact that Finn wants to try an stop whatever's going on between them. Rhys meets Matt and it isn't the best relationship at first until they start hanging out, causing Matt to realize he really is his brother.

    26. I know Wendy and Loki will never be together (my instinct says they won't) but I ship them anyway xD 4.5/5 stars.

    27. Wer Band eins mochte, der wird auch Band zwei mögen. So einfach ist das. Es geht vollkommen fließend ineinander über, man findet super schnell wieder in die Geschichte, die Charaktere sind genauso toll wie noch in Band eins, das Buch ist sogar sehr viel actiongeladener als noch Verborgen und der Schreibstil auch hier wunderbar.Meine einzige Kritik an Band eins war ja, dass man mehr über Tove erfahren sollte und im Zusammenhang damit auch über seine Fähigkeiten und auch über das, was noch [...]

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