About the Book:
In ancient times our legend sprang, from Muses’ lips a place we came…
Lyra holds the key to her past in her hands— but she can’t decipher it.
It’s frustrating to be confused about your siren heritage. It’s worse to have the answers so tantalizingly close, yet outside of your grasp.
Luckily, Lyra knows Score can help… if Glenn lets him within 50 meters of her.
But their bickering becomes the least of her worries when the Council of Extraordinaries assign her a new home. Lyra has a choice: discover her origins, or lose her friends forever.
The journey is long and treacherous, leading through a dangerous land of magic, the Realm.
But while she’s hunting for her past, someone is hunting her. And her unknown assailant has become more desperate.
Lyra just wants to survive and get answers, but she may not like what she discovers. And what she finds will change her life forever.
*I received this book for review from the author, but this in no way affects my thoughts expressed in this review*
**Hey y’all, just a heads up that this is a second book in a series, so I might unintentionally give spoilers of the first book in my review**
Sonata is the second book in The Rhapsody Quartet by the fabulous A.M. Hodgson. If you all recall, I shared my thoughts on the first book, Prelude, and I absolutely loved the book. So, I was so happy to dive on into Sonata. I’m also happy to report I was not at all disappointed!
This book had me entranced from chapter one, I was so ready to get back into the wonderful world A.M. Hodgson has created. I didn’t really think there was anything that could be improved upon from book one to book two, but I was wrong. The characters were even stronger and more realistic than in Prelude and the overall story structure just seem to perfectly written.
This book was, in some ways, a lot different than what I expected after the first in the series, but I’m actually really happy about it. The story took me by surprise and I was so sad when I had to say goodbye to this world once again at the end of the book. A.M. Hodgson has something really special in the way she writes. If you were a fan of Prelude, you should definitely check out Sonata, you won’t be disappointed. If you haven’t read Prelude, then what are you waiting for? With unique and overall fun to read books, The Rhapsody Quartet isn’t a series you’re going to want to miss!