Monday, April 16, 2018

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller - OPTIONAL

Levenseller, Tricia Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter ofthe Pirate King, #2), 338 pages. Feiwel and Friends, 2018. $18.  Content: Language: PG-13 (47 swears); Mature Content: PG-13; Violence: R.  

Alosa has managed to accomplish her secret mission for her Pirate King father, but when she goes to his keep after her mission she is surprised to find a huge secret that breaks her loyalty to her father.  Alosa takes her crew of mostly women and her newest crew member, Riden, and in an act that will cause the wrath of her father, decides to hunt for the hidden treasure on her own.  Alosa has to learn how to control the part of herself that is a Siren, so that she can keep her crew safe and away from her father. 

I love this pirate adventure.  There’s action, great banter and good chemistry.  Alosa is a great main character and the plot line is quick moving and entertaining.  The violence is an awful cannibalistic scene and the deaths are bloody, moving this from advisable to optional.  The mature content is some steamy make out sessions.  

MS, HS – OPTIONAL.  Reviewer, C. Peterson.


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