- File Size: 3083 KB
- Print Length: 123 pages
- Publisher: esKape Press (December 6, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QPD8GQQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,464,511 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lark Singer (Starlight Chronicles Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I have to say that I quite enjoyed this and I am really looking forward to the next sequel. I don't know when the release date is but I am hoping it won't be too far away!
I especially was touched by the scenes between Lark and her mother. I Look forward to the next book!
Of course, while there might be good things happening there were more not so good things happening like with her relationship with her mother, the secrets of finding who her father is, and don't forget the biggest one, the thing that involves Bean. I wished she would just open her eyes because even though Bean and Lark have their sweet moments, I don't think it will work out the way Bean's heading. I just hoped it won't come to that and that Lark will see that.
I can't wait to see how the next book goes.
I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Meanwhile, something is going on with Bean. He's late for rehearsals and disappears for hours. Lark thinks it's because of his older brother. She's in for a big shock and many changes. Follow her on her journey.
Three dimensional characters and fantastic writing make this book an interesting read. I loved being able to see where Lark went with the knowledge of who her father was. It was a shock to read what happens to one of the band members. Never expected it. Your heart will go out to these kids. The journey is well worth the read.
I found no issues with this one.
I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it held my attention throughout. ~Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review~
Lark Singer is the 2nd book in the Starlight Chronicles and what a fantastic book this was!
It carries on straight from the first book where Lark and her band mates, Bean and Stevie are still practising like mad for the big band competition and Lark is still trying to dig up the past and find out who her really father is. Her relationship with her mother is still fraught but thankfully, her love for Bean keeps her sane.
When Bean begins to change and things between them are going further, Lark must keep her head about her to be able to juggle her personal life along with her potential future career.
An amazing sequel in the series and I'm glad I’ve already got the 3rd book so I don’t have to wait to see how the story unfolds.
A well-deserved 5 Stars.
Lark has started to see life as it really is. It is hard for her to accept the imperfections in her
New boyfriend, but she is trying to deal with them at the same time as dealing with the secrets
Of her heritage.
I can hardly wait for the next book in this series as I could not put this one down
“Don’t worry, Francine. No one in the band does drugs.”
This was a good second instalment, and I was so excited to finally find out who Lark’s father was!
“I’ll tell you the whole story, but you’ve got to promise me that you will not contact him in any way.”
Lark was once again very stubborn and headstrong in this book, she knew what she wanted, and she was determined to get it, both in relation to finding her father, and winning the American Singer contest. I was a bit upset at the way she once again lied to her mother, and I really wanted her to support her mother more, after all she had given up for her. She was at the end of the day a teenager though, so it’s probably wishful thinking!
“I know you’re lying.”
The storyline in this once again revolved around Lark trying to find out who her father really was, and practicing for the American Singer contest. The storyline concerning Bean and his possibly drug habit was gone into in much more detail, and I could see how hard it was for Lark to see her best friend lie to her the way he did. Bean’s behaviour in this book really was shocking!
There was a touch of romance in this, although it also had a bit of a sting to it…
“He stares deep into my eyes and I swear he can see right into my soul. Then he kisses me.”
The ending to this was good, and I was so happy that we got to find out who Lark’s father is! Everybody who read book 1 and wondered about his identity should really pick this up to find out, because it really is revealed at the end of this book!
“Well. The answer to your questions is…” She pauses and tears fill her eyes. “Yes.”
Overall; Lark’s life is no song and dance as her father’s identity is revealed!!
7.5 out of 10
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a continuation of Gideon Lee story. Within this second book we see where the characters have grown up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Virginia Lee
Lark Singer is a better read than the first in the series. It held my attention much better and I really enjoyed it. I am so glad I read this one. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amber McCarty
Oh the drama and hardships of teen life. They are magnified by real struggles for these kids, questions are asked, relationships change and through it all is Larks musical dreams.Published 4 months ago by Dtink
I must say that this book is better than the first one in the series which I am happy about! I have a better feeling and feel more happy after finished reading it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Angelica Berglund
The plot continues with Lark and her life.. How much can she deal with as with as her career is taking off... Read more
Lark Singer, is much better than the first book. This story picks up hours after the previous one ends and once again revolves around the band competition and Lark’s quest to learn... Read morePublished 4 months ago by MichelleLP
Lark’s story continues and her band’s talent only gets to be more amazing. The energy flows through each stroke of their guitars and drums, the lyrics still growing inside of her. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Courting Fiction
Lark Singer picks up where Gideon Lee ends, again I am back at that stage in life were you aren't a child but not an adult....teenage years are tough. Read morePublished 4 months ago by UIBB
what do you do when one of the main people you trusted stole from you but not only you but your family .
do you call them out on it or let it slide and deny the truth . Read more
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