A Review of Sing Sweet Nightengale by Erica Cameron

Sing Sweet Nightingale is the story of Hudson Vincent, an 18 year old teen who has just escaped the clutches of a demon named Calease who was posing as an angel. What humans don’t know is there’s a world just outside of our own that can only be accessed through our dreams. Most don’t escape it but somehow Hudson does. The after effects of fighting and destroying Calease is powers Hudson doesn’t understand and a dream of a girl who is slowly losing her grip on the human world as her demon sucks her in to the dream world. Its a race against time as Hudson tries to find a way to save her before her 18th birthday, when she will be sucked into the dream world forever. This book sucked me in from the very first pages and I couldn’t put it down. It’s a roller coaster ride from front to back. Hudson is a very likeable protagonist with just enough back story to keep you wanting more. The cast of characters you meet along the way all come together to help propel this story in the adventure it takes you on. The character development is exceptional and makes you really feel the emotions they feel. You get to know them and begin to feel you could be friends with them. The only thing that’s not to like about this book is that it ends on a cliffhanger and keeps you begging d for more. I can not wait to read what’s coming next with this story. This is a young adult title that I would consider to have paranormal and fantasy elements. There is no sexual content so would be appropriate for all ages of teens.


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