To Kill a Kingdom was everything it promised: sirens, kingdoms at war, enemies falling in love, and an interesting look at nature vs nurture.
Waterfell barely qualifies as a mermaid book. The problem is that Nerissa has spent most of her recent life on land, so about 95% of the book takes place on land, in high school, with high school drama, and high school love interests. There are […]
This is my first step towards overcoming Second Book Avoidance Syndrom! Woohoo! I am PSYCHED! Of Triton was the perfect book to save me from a reading slump. It wasn’t quite as romantic and swoony as Of Poseidon, but it had a bigger focus on […]
In a summary, September Girls is: Despite hearing some scary things about this book, I tried to go into it hopeful. I actually didn’t hate it right away. Then the awkward sexual sentences started rolling in randomly… but I still didn’t hate it. They were […]
This book is what you get when you mix mermaids with vampires. The idea of deadly, killer mermaids is awesome! It’s a cool twist that I enjoyed. But I wish the author went further into the mermaid lore. Where do they come from? How do […]
I have read no other book like Monstrous Beauty. We have mermaids, ghosts, history, lineage, love, heartbreak, and a fascinating story with multiple characters whose lives, deaths, and fates are all intertwined. I love how Monstrous Beauty is told in two different time periods: modern […]
I love this book! Flukes was exactly what I wanted it to be: cute, sweet, interesting, MERMAIDS, and a bit of romance. But most importantly, I kind of wanted something that was just a little fun and not that over the top with drama or […]
Of Poseidon is my first mermaid book and I’m glad I started with this one because I absolutely loved it! The story starts off with Emma at the beach with her friend. She lives a normal teenage life.. and then she meets Galen. Galen is […]