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The spell has been broken, and the Mer's immortality restored. Now the trials are about to begin everyone is hoping for the order to be restored.

Lia wants the guilty to be punished, and to finish her senior year with Clay. Her family are hoping to make the waters safe again so the Mer can have peace.

This book is full of twists and turns. The story is long and juicy. Lia lives I would recommend reading book one before even looking at this one.

Lia lives in a complicated world, and she has to work out who to trust before it's too late. ARC received as part of the Chapter by Chapter blog tour.

May 19, Cassie C rated it really liked it Shelves: See more reviews on my blog Novels and Necklaces I was given an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review Although I had some mixed feelings about Tobie Easton's first novel, Emerge , I still greatly enjoyed the book and was very excited when I had the opportunity to read an ARC of its sequel.

And let me tell you, this book blew me away! From the start, I was plunged right back into the Lia's world full of mermaids and romance. I always thought Ms.

Easton was Review to come! Easton was a gifted storyteller, but this book took her writing to another level.

A lot of problems I had from the first book were remedied in Submerge , and this was something that I appreciated as it made me love the book so much more.

Submerge picks up right where the first book ended. The trial is about to start, Clay and Lia are still discovering and building upon their relationship, and the entire mermaid race is thrilled with the return of their immortality.

However, just as things are looking up for all of our characters, things take a surprising turn that causes devastating effects for certain people.

The book is fast-paced, and although it is longer than the first in the series, the story never lagged for me. I honestly didn't even realize that the book was close to pages because I wanted to keep reading!!

Easton expands a lot on the world-building in this novel and this was something that I appreciated. We are able to see and explore much more of the Mer world, and we learn more about Lia's culture.

This was honestly one of my favorite aspects of the entire book. Lia's character still felt a little young at times, but this was mostly in the beginning.

She matured a great deal over the course of the story, and her characterization was excellently written. My heart truly broke for her at several points in the story because I honestly wanted her to just be happy.

Lia is a very relatable and fun character, and I think a lot of readers will love seeing her growth throughout this book. Clay and Lia together were the epitome of young love.

I definitely could see how much they cared for each other in this story, and again this was a nice change from the first book for me.

They go to great lengths to find their way back to each other after something HUGE happens in the beginning and I loved their reunion.

There are also several new characters that are introduced, and they are very well fleshed out during the novel.

They served as a great transition from the human world to the Mer world, and it made the story a bit more fun! There are definitely some huge twists in this book that I never saw coming!

I did think the one character was up to something all along, but I definitely didn't expect that character to be cooking up something so major!! The entire climax and conclusion of this story were utterly fantastic and Ms.

Easton's writing was at its finest. And then of course, she has to leave us with a bit of a cliffhanger.

It's not really a cliffhanger in the traditional sense; it's more of a shocking statement that leaves me very very eager for the next book.

I would highly recommend checking Tobie Easton's sequel in the Mer Chronicles if you were a fan of the first book.

With more world building and more mature characters, this book offered several improvements from the first book that made the story even more enjoyable.

It's definitely still YA, but will appeal to a wide variety of readers. With so many exciting twists and turns throughout the story, I can't wait to see what Ms.

Easton has in store for us in the next installment! Thank you to Month9Books for the advanced copy! Aug 11, BookHookup rated it it was amazing.

See Ana' full review at The Book Hookup! I loved this book even more than the first one! And, as we watch the loose threads from that story get tied up, the adventure began again.

The baddies are bad and the story is a roller coaster that had me hooked from the very beginning. If you like fantasy, take a leap into the deep end and immerse yourself in the wonderful Mer world that Ms.

I know I did! Sep 23, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can not wait for the next book!!!! Sep 11, Jan farnworth rated it really liked it.

If you love the tale of the Little Mermaid then this series by Tobie Easton is for you. The first book Emerge is a must read as this the sequel and boy are you in for some twists and turns in the Little Mermaid retelling that spans a lot more then you think you know about the tale.

I did think that it dragged a bit in the middle where Lia is coming to grips with the result from the trial it seemed that the resolution took a while to get their.

Once that resolution is put into place though thi If you love the tale of the Little Mermaid then this series by Tobie Easton is for you. Once that resolution is put into place though things do start to pick up.

I was blown away with where the story went and ended and i am eager to pick up book three. Mar 29, Cassie James rated it it was amazing Shelves: Submerge by Tobie Easton is an amazing sequel in this phenomenal series.

It picks up a while after the events of the finale of Emerge, Lia and Clay are still going as strong as ever Better even and they really lean on each other for support in a great way.

Their relationship has evolved in a great way and their connection deepens as they bare themselves to each other Figuratively and quite literally.

I loved watching Aurelia and Clay fall in love in Emerge but seeing their love transcend int Submerge by Tobie Easton is an amazing sequel in this phenomenal series.

I loved watching Aurelia and Clay fall in love in Emerge but seeing their love transcend into another level in Submerge is just simply amazing.

Though everything isn't all rainbows and kisses, There is still the trials of Melusine and her dad before the Mer Tribunal and the fact that the villainous duo knows about Lia's sireny.

In surprising turns of events, the trials goes on with some unexpected and expected results. While all this is going on, the lives of other characters are also quite interesting with Clay reconnecting with his Dad, Amy and Stas coming out sort of, Lia's parents vying for the Throne, Lapis and Lazuli being their ever awesome selves, Caspian being the ever steadfast friend etc and so many interesting tidbits.

While there is a lot of happiness and makeout sessions between the two secondary characters, their is also a fair share of heartbreak which cause I won't reveal but I admit it all makes an incredible storyline that while a little miserable is also quite entertaining because it showcases Lia's resilience.

Lia meeting Ondine was a turning point in her life, it resulted in her knowing more about the Mer and also about Magic. Submerge is definitely more magic filled and I love that, it was really nice seeing this aspect of the species.

The Ancient magic Lia learns from Ondine is quite fascinating because it's very imbued with the lush history of the Mer.

The addition of this is worthy of a commendation for Tobie Easton because she really simplifies the complicated issues in such an amazing way it was fun to read, it was very ambitious to broaden the scope that way and she really pulled it off.

To further learn this vital Ancient vital magic with Ondine, Lia had to move Below and go to the magic school Ondine teaches at This was made easy as her parents also had to move Below to show their dedication as Monarchs of the Mer.

This took Lia away from Clay but trust me, the endgame is all worth it. At the Academy, Lia meets other girls and becomes close with them and even forming a circle.

But she begins to find out that everything isn't what it seems and all that glitters is not gold. This is not to say the book is without adversary or action, Nope!

There is a villain. It's just not in a way you'd see it coming. BTW you're all gonna love the ending, the moments before the ending was so full of crazy twists and turns I didn't see coming.

It has so much action it made my head swirl In a good way , the exact ending really leaves me excited for the prospects of book 3.

Submerge is definitely on my list of best books that must be read, The writing of Tobie Easton is just phenomenal. With a large cast of characters, cool mermaids, kickass women, heart pounding action, danger, intrigue, sizzling hot romance, splendid magic, exceptional worldbuilding, and an amazing ending, Submerge is a book that will appeal to ever body and It comes highly recommended by me.

And, as we watch the loose threads from that story get tied up, we breath a sigh of relief that Lia and Clay can find their happy.

Easton is having none of it. No sooner did my heart start to embrace the calm, then the adventure began again. Lia is once again torn between the Mer world and the human world — the expectations of her parents and culture versus her own dreams and desires.

I love her strength and I really enjoyed how much she grew during this story. The chemistry between these two is perfect and I could spend countless hours basking in their sweet romance.

Now, I will admit to also swooning hard over Caspian. His unrequited love breaks my heart so, truth be told, I spent most of the book wanting to give him a hug.

Easton…can I have them both??? Over and over my heart battled my head in this trusting game. Nov 19, Elsa Munoz rated it it was amazing.

I was gifted a review copy of this book, includes some spoilers: Where do I begin!?? The sequel to Emerge completely blew the first book out of the water!!

My favorite part about Submerge is that the author brings out more information about the Mer world she's created. We learn about their legal system, more words, regulations and we go to Sea Daughters Academy!!

I love that Lia grew closer to her Mer roots at the academy, even if she ended up in a tangle later on. My favorite scene has to be whe I was gifted a review copy of this book, includes some spoilers: My favorite scene has to be when Lia is at the hidden lagoon at the academy.

I gave me some Peter Pan mermaid lagoon vibes ;. The drama was intense in this one, what with the trial and new characters being introduced.

And the plot twist at the end??!!! Can't wait for book 3! The second installment in the Mer Chronicles feels much more mature than the first book, with many of the issues I had with tropes and cliches in the first book being resolved.

Lia has grown so much since the first book, and it made the story even more entertaining and easy to read.

On top of that, the pacing in this book felt more fast paced, with less dragging and slow spots. If you were on the fence about the first installment of this series, I would encourage you to give Submerge a shot, as The second installment in the Mer Chronicles feels much more mature than the first book, with many of the issues I had with tropes and cliches in the first book being resolved.

If you were on the fence about the first installment of this series, I would encourage you to give Submerge a shot, as it is a step up in almost every way.

I give Submerge a solid 4 out of 5 stars, and I hope to see this series get even better as it goes. Nov 17, Ciaran Mealer rated it liked it. This book was ok.

It was fairly well-written, the story just didn't hold much interest for me although I was really excited to read it.

I'm really polarized on the topic of mermaid novels, usually I either completely love them or completely hate them. Honestly, I think this book and the prequel are the first books that have just been middle of the road for me as far as mermaid tales.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Apr 01, Gina rated it it was amazing Shelves: This world is simply amazing!!!! Sep 26, Pete Tarsi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Would there be another story to tell with these characters?

And absolutely magical is what this book is. Before I go deeper, please take heed: It was so refreshing to dive right back into this series, and by Chapter Two, I was instantly hooked with where Lia and Clay are in their relationship.

Major kudos to Easton for creating an easily relatable but different enough judicial system down Below. In short, this tribunal was intense, and some of the verdicts and punishments made me audibly gasp.

Now that Lia is an immortal and royal mermaid but Clay is a mortal human who knows about mermaids, things…get…complicated. She holds herself accountable, wants to be a better mer, and wants to do right by her family.

It was a pleasure to see her mature not only since Emerge but through the course of Submerge. Guiding her along the way is a new teacher—and a wonderful new addition to the characters in this world—the mysterious, magical Ondine.

It is in these private tutoring sessions that Lia—and the reader—is exposed to what I feel is the central theme of the book.

Lia had to make that choice in Emerge, but here, whether these actions are being done for love, politics, safety—something global or personal—sometimes wrong is the right choice.

These are some deep issues for a YA fantasy book, and what I respect about this series so far is that Easton allows Lia to sometimes make the wrong wrong choice, sometimes make the wrong right choice, sometimes the right wrong choice, and sometimes the right right choice.

We make mistakes, and we learn from them—and Lia is a wonderful role model for that. Another detail I appreciate about this series so far is that each book has its own self-contained plot.

Sure, Submerge references back to Emerge when needed, but there are new conflicts and resolutions. Though Submerge ends with an awesome last line to show what the through-line of the next part will be, I was thoroughly satisfied that everything else in the book was wrapped up.

Reading this book was like watching the tides go in and out. Jun 26, Rachael rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. May 21, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: I was not disappointed and I enjoyed this book a lot more than the first.

Submerge starts where the first book ended. The trial is about to start and the entire mermaid 4. The trial is about to start and the entire mermaid race is thrilled with the return of their immortality.

Lia and Clay are still discovering and building upon their relationship and finding out new things about Mer and Men. However just as things are looking up for the pair, things take a surprising turn that leaves some devastating effects.

This book definitely builds upon the Mer world and you get to see both Mermaids on land and in the sea.

Clay and Lia care very much for each other and go to great lengths to find their way back to each other after they a forced to separate.

I may be immortal now, but I have no true power over time. I am very excited where the story goes next especially after the bomb that was dropped at the end.

Aug 22, Mariella rated it it was amazing. This book was so much fun to read. I didn't want it to end! Tobie Easton creates such beautifully detailed worlds in her books.

Her writing makes you feel completely "submerged" in a fantastical adventure. Oct 01, Kiana Cook rated it liked it Shelves: Like its predecessor, Emerge is literary junk food, plain and simple.

With its slightly wide-eyed, childish storytelling techniques, I never expected this series to give any shades of gray to the antagonists, let alone the romantic foil, so I found this a refreshing surprise.

Submerge and its prequel were exactly what I needed at the time that I read them, and the creative and mildly clever portions put it a step above your expected silly tween mermaid novel.

Dec 16, Nia Dragin rated it really liked it. This is a series that has such a powerful vibe to it that connects to the reader. The magic in the world is captivating because it is something firmly based on the culture of these characters that Easton has created.

Easton has made such a strong effort to make sure her characters have not only a magical life but also a realistic one. Readers cannot forget that Lia was born on land, the ocean world, while it has always called to her, it is not her home the way it would be to her older sisters or cousins.

This world, her peoples home is so foreign to her making it such an inspirational journey for her to go on. She is connecting to her culture, to her people in a more profound way than she ever has before.

Not only that, but she is connecting to a deeper side of herself than she ever has, and it is incredible.

The dynamics of the culture are so different for Lia, but they give the culture and the world a fantastic amount of depth pun intended.

It is complicated, these politics, but also richly diverse and captivating. Much of it is very, old rules and bylaws that these people still follow, highlighting just how different it is from what Lia knows.

Her world has always been very progressive, but the Mer culture is not. This is a culture steeped deeply in history, holding tight to history and safety, somewhat guided by prejudice and fear.

For Lia this is a whole new world that she seeks to understand and reconcile with what she knows is wrong and what she knows is right, hoping to change.

However, everything she sees also makes her marvel. Easton creates such a magical world here for her readers and through Lia give immense depth and history to he Mer culture.

Additionally, with this dive into the Mer Lia experiences amazing character development. Lia has gone through the ringer in this book, but she uses that pain that she has to endure to make herself stronger, to make her magic stronger and challenge the rules, albeit secretly.

Her magic is her hope, it is what makes her thrive, what makes her grow into an even more dynamic character because it connects her to hope, to change, to value the price of magic, challenging the right versus the wrong.

To see Lia grow so strong and come into herself so much is incredible. Her power also changes the dynamics around her. Her power is her inner strength that works to define her character, her lightness, making her shine off the pages.

Her growth is incredible. Submerge is a magical sequel to Emerge. It takes Lia and readers to a whole new realm of magic and intrigue.

Sep 05, A. We got to explore even more of the Mer culture, and it's such a treat. I don't want to give away spoilers, but let's just say the world's rules, descriptions, politics, etc.

You could tell it was given a lot of thought. I especially appreciated all the words in the Mer language, and it added that extra element of "realness" to the Mer culture.

Lia and Clay are back! It was wonderful to see them continue to develop, both individually and in relation to each other. They have clear character arcs and character growth.

And then of course, there's Caspian and Amy. Those two continue to be among my favorite characters, always so charming and lovable.

But really, ALL the characters are awesome, and they have distinct personalities and voices. We also got to meet some new characters who are absolutely fascinating and really enhance the story.

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Though everything isn't all rainbows and kisses, There is still the trials of Melusine and her dad before the Mer Tribunal and the fact that the villainous duo knows about Lia's sireny.

In surprising turns of events, the trials goes on with some unexpected and expected results. While all this is going on, the lives of other characters are also quite interesting with Clay reconnecting with his Dad, Amy and Stas coming out sort of, Lia's parents vying for the Throne, Lapis and Lazuli being their ever awesome selves, Caspian being the ever steadfast friend etc and so many interesting tidbits.

While there is a lot of happiness and makeout sessions between the two secondary characters, their is also a fair share of heartbreak which cause I won't reveal but I admit it all makes an incredible storyline that while a little miserable is also quite entertaining because it showcases Lia's resilience.

Lia meeting Ondine was a turning point in her life, it resulted in her knowing more about the Mer and also about Magic. Submerge is definitely more magic filled and I love that, it was really nice seeing this aspect of the species.

The Ancient magic Lia learns from Ondine is quite fascinating because it's very imbued with the lush history of the Mer. The addition of this is worthy of a commendation for Tobie Easton because she really simplifies the complicated issues in such an amazing way it was fun to read, it was very ambitious to broaden the scope that way and she really pulled it off.

To further learn this vital Ancient vital magic with Ondine, Lia had to move Below and go to the magic school Ondine teaches at This was made easy as her parents also had to move Below to show their dedication as Monarchs of the Mer.

This took Lia away from Clay but trust me, the endgame is all worth it. At the Academy, Lia meets other girls and becomes close with them and even forming a circle.

But she begins to find out that everything isn't what it seems and all that glitters is not gold. This is not to say the book is without adversary or action, Nope!

There is a villain. It's just not in a way you'd see it coming. BTW you're all gonna love the ending, the moments before the ending was so full of crazy twists and turns I didn't see coming.

It has so much action it made my head swirl In a good way , the exact ending really leaves me excited for the prospects of book 3.

Submerge is definitely on my list of best books that must be read, The writing of Tobie Easton is just phenomenal.

With a large cast of characters, cool mermaids, kickass women, heart pounding action, danger, intrigue, sizzling hot romance, splendid magic, exceptional worldbuilding, and an amazing ending, Submerge is a book that will appeal to ever body and It comes highly recommended by me.

And, as we watch the loose threads from that story get tied up, we breath a sigh of relief that Lia and Clay can find their happy.

Easton is having none of it. No sooner did my heart start to embrace the calm, then the adventure began again. Lia is once again torn between the Mer world and the human world — the expectations of her parents and culture versus her own dreams and desires.

I love her strength and I really enjoyed how much she grew during this story. The chemistry between these two is perfect and I could spend countless hours basking in their sweet romance.

Now, I will admit to also swooning hard over Caspian. His unrequited love breaks my heart so, truth be told, I spent most of the book wanting to give him a hug.

Easton…can I have them both??? Over and over my heart battled my head in this trusting game. Nov 19, Elsa Munoz rated it it was amazing.

I was gifted a review copy of this book, includes some spoilers: Where do I begin!?? The sequel to Emerge completely blew the first book out of the water!!

My favorite part about Submerge is that the author brings out more information about the Mer world she's created. We learn about their legal system, more words, regulations and we go to Sea Daughters Academy!!

I love that Lia grew closer to her Mer roots at the academy, even if she ended up in a tangle later on. My favorite scene has to be whe I was gifted a review copy of this book, includes some spoilers: My favorite scene has to be when Lia is at the hidden lagoon at the academy.

I gave me some Peter Pan mermaid lagoon vibes ;. The drama was intense in this one, what with the trial and new characters being introduced.

And the plot twist at the end??!!! Can't wait for book 3! The second installment in the Mer Chronicles feels much more mature than the first book, with many of the issues I had with tropes and cliches in the first book being resolved.

Lia has grown so much since the first book, and it made the story even more entertaining and easy to read. On top of that, the pacing in this book felt more fast paced, with less dragging and slow spots.

If you were on the fence about the first installment of this series, I would encourage you to give Submerge a shot, as The second installment in the Mer Chronicles feels much more mature than the first book, with many of the issues I had with tropes and cliches in the first book being resolved.

If you were on the fence about the first installment of this series, I would encourage you to give Submerge a shot, as it is a step up in almost every way.

I give Submerge a solid 4 out of 5 stars, and I hope to see this series get even better as it goes. Nov 17, Ciaran Mealer rated it liked it. This book was ok.

It was fairly well-written, the story just didn't hold much interest for me although I was really excited to read it. I'm really polarized on the topic of mermaid novels, usually I either completely love them or completely hate them.

Honestly, I think this book and the prequel are the first books that have just been middle of the road for me as far as mermaid tales.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Apr 01, Gina rated it it was amazing Shelves: This world is simply amazing!!!!

Sep 26, Pete Tarsi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Would there be another story to tell with these characters? And absolutely magical is what this book is.

Before I go deeper, please take heed: It was so refreshing to dive right back into this series, and by Chapter Two, I was instantly hooked with where Lia and Clay are in their relationship.

Major kudos to Easton for creating an easily relatable but different enough judicial system down Below. In short, this tribunal was intense, and some of the verdicts and punishments made me audibly gasp.

Now that Lia is an immortal and royal mermaid but Clay is a mortal human who knows about mermaids, things…get…complicated. She holds herself accountable, wants to be a better mer, and wants to do right by her family.

It was a pleasure to see her mature not only since Emerge but through the course of Submerge. Guiding her along the way is a new teacher—and a wonderful new addition to the characters in this world—the mysterious, magical Ondine.

It is in these private tutoring sessions that Lia—and the reader—is exposed to what I feel is the central theme of the book. Lia had to make that choice in Emerge, but here, whether these actions are being done for love, politics, safety—something global or personal—sometimes wrong is the right choice.

These are some deep issues for a YA fantasy book, and what I respect about this series so far is that Easton allows Lia to sometimes make the wrong wrong choice, sometimes make the wrong right choice, sometimes the right wrong choice, and sometimes the right right choice.

We make mistakes, and we learn from them—and Lia is a wonderful role model for that. Another detail I appreciate about this series so far is that each book has its own self-contained plot.

Sure, Submerge references back to Emerge when needed, but there are new conflicts and resolutions.

Though Submerge ends with an awesome last line to show what the through-line of the next part will be, I was thoroughly satisfied that everything else in the book was wrapped up.

Reading this book was like watching the tides go in and out. Jun 26, Rachael rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. May 21, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: I was not disappointed and I enjoyed this book a lot more than the first.

Submerge starts where the first book ended. The trial is about to start and the entire mermaid 4.

The trial is about to start and the entire mermaid race is thrilled with the return of their immortality. Lia and Clay are still discovering and building upon their relationship and finding out new things about Mer and Men.

However just as things are looking up for the pair, things take a surprising turn that leaves some devastating effects.

This book definitely builds upon the Mer world and you get to see both Mermaids on land and in the sea.

Clay and Lia care very much for each other and go to great lengths to find their way back to each other after they a forced to separate.

I may be immortal now, but I have no true power over time. I am very excited where the story goes next especially after the bomb that was dropped at the end.

Aug 22, Mariella rated it it was amazing. This book was so much fun to read. I didn't want it to end! Tobie Easton creates such beautifully detailed worlds in her books.

Her writing makes you feel completely "submerged" in a fantastical adventure. Oct 01, Kiana Cook rated it liked it Shelves: Like its predecessor, Emerge is literary junk food, plain and simple.

With its slightly wide-eyed, childish storytelling techniques, I never expected this series to give any shades of gray to the antagonists, let alone the romantic foil, so I found this a refreshing surprise.

Submerge and its prequel were exactly what I needed at the time that I read them, and the creative and mildly clever portions put it a step above your expected silly tween mermaid novel.

Dec 16, Nia Dragin rated it really liked it. This is a series that has such a powerful vibe to it that connects to the reader. The magic in the world is captivating because it is something firmly based on the culture of these characters that Easton has created.

Easton has made such a strong effort to make sure her characters have not only a magical life but also a realistic one.

Readers cannot forget that Lia was born on land, the ocean world, while it has always called to her, it is not her home the way it would be to her older sisters or cousins.

This world, her peoples home is so foreign to her making it such an inspirational journey for her to go on. She is connecting to her culture, to her people in a more profound way than she ever has before.

Not only that, but she is connecting to a deeper side of herself than she ever has, and it is incredible. The dynamics of the culture are so different for Lia, but they give the culture and the world a fantastic amount of depth pun intended.

It is complicated, these politics, but also richly diverse and captivating. Much of it is very, old rules and bylaws that these people still follow, highlighting just how different it is from what Lia knows.

Her world has always been very progressive, but the Mer culture is not. This is a culture steeped deeply in history, holding tight to history and safety, somewhat guided by prejudice and fear.

For Lia this is a whole new world that she seeks to understand and reconcile with what she knows is wrong and what she knows is right, hoping to change.

However, everything she sees also makes her marvel. Easton creates such a magical world here for her readers and through Lia give immense depth and history to he Mer culture.

Additionally, with this dive into the Mer Lia experiences amazing character development. Lia has gone through the ringer in this book, but she uses that pain that she has to endure to make herself stronger, to make her magic stronger and challenge the rules, albeit secretly.

Her magic is her hope, it is what makes her thrive, what makes her grow into an even more dynamic character because it connects her to hope, to change, to value the price of magic, challenging the right versus the wrong.

To see Lia grow so strong and come into herself so much is incredible. Her power also changes the dynamics around her.

Her power is her inner strength that works to define her character, her lightness, making her shine off the pages. Her growth is incredible. Submerge is a magical sequel to Emerge.

It takes Lia and readers to a whole new realm of magic and intrigue. Sep 05, A. We got to explore even more of the Mer culture, and it's such a treat.

I don't want to give away spoilers, but let's just say the world's rules, descriptions, politics, etc. You could tell it was given a lot of thought.

I especially appreciated all the words in the Mer language, and it added that extra element of "realness" to the Mer culture.

Lia and Clay are back! It was wonderful to see them continue to develop, both individually and in relation to each other.

They have clear character arcs and character growth. And then of course, there's Caspian and Amy. Those two continue to be among my favorite characters, always so charming and lovable.

But really, ALL the characters are awesome, and they have distinct personalities and voices. We also got to meet some new characters who are absolutely fascinating and really enhance the story.

There were some things I definitely did not see coming, which I really enjoyed. Usually I can predict plot twists from a ways away, but this story kept me guessing.

It was also fast-paced and basically contained every plot element I could hope for, and then some. Also, what a neat cover. It fits this story perfectly, and it's so pretty!

How am I supposed to wait?! This is a fantasy you definitely don't want to miss. It has magic and mermaids, fun and danger, romance and action It's also one of those books you can read again and again without getting tired of it.

I enjoyed every page of this, from start to finish. I highly recommend picking this one up and submerging yourself see what I did there?

The curse that was leveled on merkind by the actions of the Little Mermaid has been broken by Lia and Clay. Easton has already gifted us with well developed characters, both Mer and human in Emerge, ones to hate and ones to cheer for.

In Submerge we are introduced to the dynamics of the Mer culture, some of which is rather distasteful and some very impressive world building.

As with Emerge there are twists, turns and surprises that keep you guessing and curious. As Lia deals with unforeseen issues after the trial of Melusine and Mr.

Havelock she delves into the world of powerful undersea magic which may have hidden and unknown consequences in order to right a wrong and get back what she has lost.

I very much enjoyed, while at times being frustrated at, Lia's realism. She's not perfect, she gets it wrong, but she drives forward for the people and issues she cares about.

Lia cares strongly, both in a positive sense for those she loves and in a negative for those she fights against, The more we see from her, the more hidden depths emerge: Overall, I recommend Submerge by Tobie Easton as a magically intricate, romantic and strong story which will keep you guessing the whole way through.

I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free from the author in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Sep 14, J. Ford rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was afraid I might forget some important details about the first book, but my fears were for nothing.

The spells have been broken and immortality has been restored to the Mer. Now the trials are about to begin and everyone is hoping that order will be restored.

Lia wants so much right now, especially for those responsible for the wrongs to be punished, but will they be? And how can she do what needs to be done when what she wants more than anything is to be with Clay.

There is so much unrest, and this story is filled with so many twists and turns. A sequel that is better than the first book. This book gets 5 stars from me.

This is one of the best mermaid series out there. I suggest starting off with book 1 before reading book 2. Jan 30, Lucy rated it really liked it.

She keeps letting everyone control her life. I look forward to having the third cute book in my hands though! Oh my poor Caspian. Jan 27, Sue BeautyBookCorner rated it really liked it.

Great sequel to the first book. I loved seeing the new characters. Lia frustrated me a little bit in this book. I appreciated that she was trying to change fir the better and stop trying to take control over situations and others, but I still felt like she was making bad decisions.

When Clay said he wanted to become Mer, Lia was relieved. I want them to come to a mut Great sequel to the first book.

I feel like we were led to believe that Lia wants to stay away from ancient or dangerous magic. However with Clay saying he wants to be Mer, it sounds like they are going to be looking into some serious magic to accomplish that.

I want her resolve to be stronger and for her not to compromise on her values. Aug 09, Yasmyn rated it it was amazing. Tobie Easton's sequel to Emerge does not disappoint!

There are so many great things going on in Submerge , but my personal favorite was seeing more of how the Mer live under the sea. Easton paints a fascinating, vivid picture of her version of the mermaid world, expanding on the universe she created in Emerge and writing with such skill that the reader can visualize every shell mosaicked ceiling and gorgeous lagoon and truly believe they all exist in some deep part of the ocean no human would eve Tobie Easton's sequel to Emerge does not disappoint!

Easton paints a fascinating, vivid picture of her version of the mermaid world, expanding on the universe she created in Emerge and writing with such skill that the reader can visualize every shell mosaicked ceiling and gorgeous lagoon and truly believe they all exist in some deep part of the ocean no human would ever dare venture.

Lia has to face even more heartbreaking decisions in this book and deal with some very adult emotions that many characters in the book don't give her credit for , but her emotional journey always reads so true to life.

I really wish I didn't have to wait so long for the next book in the series! Lia's family is trying to decide if they should stay in the Foundation house or move to the Castle in New Meris.

Lia's parents hire a tutor for her, Odiane. Lia becomes best friends with Odiane and decides to go to her school for mermaids.

Wondering if she should really trust Odiane, Lia sets out on a treacherous journey to save Clay and his Family. Lia is a mermaid and Clay is a human.

Clay is a jock who can do every sport perfectly and Lia is terrible at all human sports. However, Lia and Clay both love each other.

They both love the beach and swimming in the ocean. I loved this book i thought it was fantastic and very well written.

I'm very excited to read the next book in this series and would recommend this book to everyone. The story continues where it left off in Emerge.

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