Thursday, June 26, 2014

Siren by Tricia Rayburn

Siren by Tricia Rayburn
Rating: PG
Score: 4 stars

After Justine's body washes up on shore after mysteriously drowning, her younger sister Vanessa comes back to the town where her sister was found to find some answers as to what happened that day on the shore when her sister supposedly jumped into the water and never came back up. After a series of mysterious events start happening like the unusual weather patterns and storms hitting the coast, Vanessa gets the help of boy-next-door and childhood friend Simon as they try to piece together the puzzle of what's happening around them. Bodies are being found almost everyday, each victim male, successful, and smiling from ear to ear. Vanessa tries desperately to find a connection to the drownings and her sister but as weird things start happening and her and Simon grow closer together, there's something that could break the two apart related to the drownings. Something that no one suspected.

1. This mystery/suspense story is one that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. With tons of twists and turns around every corner, this book definitely keeps you guessing and trying to piece together the puzzle yourself.

2. I loved the characters in this book. The characters were well developed and had a great relationship between them. The friendship and romance between Vanessa and Simon is very sweet and also caring.

1. A few times the book got a bit slow during every other chapter but was made up for in the end.

2. A few times I was a bit confused on certain parts in the book by the wording of the sentences. It only happened a couple of times during the book was still there.

I hope you guys enjoyed this book review! If you have any other book requests you would like me to review, just leave it in the comments or email me! Read on bookworms! See you in the next chapter!

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