Sirensong (Faeriewalker, #3)
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When Dana is invited to Faerie to be officially presented attheSeelie Court, it’s no easy decision. After all, everyone knows Titania, the Seelie Queen, wants her dead. But Titania claims not to be the one behind the death threats; and her son, Prince Henry, makes the decision a whole lot easier when he suggests Dana might be arrested for (supposedly) conspiring with her a...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published July 5th 2011 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Sabrina
I gave this book five four stars, so clearly I liked it. But that's not going to mean I don't have a few itches to scratch.

About the Erlking:
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About Henry:
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Aamrah
I have nothing to say, except that this book takes the term crappy ending to a whole new level. I mean, I get that Jenna Black was possibly using reverse reverse reverse (and we all know I could keep going on) psychology with (view spoiler)...more
Kathy (Kindle-aholic)
[If you haven't read books 1 and 2, don't read this review! I'm trying to be vague, but don't want to be spoilery!]

I thought that this was a very good end to the trilogy, and a good personal arc for Dana.

We get to see Faerie, there is lots of courtly intrigue, some romance, a lot of running, and all of Dana's secrets come out. I'm glad that the love triangle never played out. Everything is also not roses there either - Dana is unsure about her future with Ethan and I find that very realistic for...more
Darlene
I was hooked on the Faeriewalkers series when I finished Glimmerglass a couple months ago. I loved the story and waited anxiously for the people who checked out the sequels at the library to hurry up and return them. But Sirensong, compared to the other two books, was just not good. The characters didn't do anything out of the ordinary so I grew bored of them, and same for the plot. The parts that weren't predictable still weren't very unnerving. Like with Elizabeth. That was more like an "oh"...more
Sam
Read this yesterday and dying to get it out of my system!!

Okay...SO I loved this, it was unexpected and some funny bits. I'm glad the character's personalities didn't change throughout the series. I did feel kind of jealous when I was reading the whole 'Kimber and Keane' thing.

Another thing was that I SERIOUSLY can't picture Ethan in my head. I don't know how to think of his hair: Does he have curtains? Or is it parted at the side? Is it even? Or all different lengths?
Why couldn't he have had n...more
Melissa-Jane
A lot of things bugged me during the reading of this book, but I'll only name a few. I got really sick of the repetitiveness of issues, such as 'I can never have sex with Ethan and it's oh so hard' (or not hard at all..excuse my inappropriateness). It wasn't the fact that it was an issue that bothered me, it was more the fact that the same thing was being said over and over again. It was similar with Dana and her mother's alcohol problem. As soon as anything at all was mentioned to do with alcoh...more
Shanan
Review of Faeriewalker Series collectively.

In A Nutshell:
Since I read Glimmerglass for the first time, I have been enchanted by this series. I loved the magical world that Jenna Black created. I loved the characters, the adventure, even the love stories. But the element I found completely unique to this series was Jenna Black’s open and honest description of the effects an alcoholic can have on every aspect of the lives of people around him/her. I marvel that Jenna Black was able to fit this mes...more
Princess Bookie
My Thoughts: We are once again back with Dana and her gang of family and friends. Dana has been living with her father in Avalon for a while now and there is never a dull moment. Dana and her father attend a party hosted by Prince Henry and he invites them on a trip to see the Queen. Invite is a strong word, they have go to otherwise it's disrespectful and could start a fight.

Dana insists to her father that she be escorted by her friends Ethan and his sister Kimber. Her father lets them come but...more
Shera (Book Whispers)
The love square comes to an end!! Nothing brings me more pleasure when a painful love triangle comes to end, or so I thought. It brings me greater pleasure when a terrible love square ends!! It is a great thing for this series since I love it so much.

What’s not so great is that it’s not Ethan who gets the can, no I think Dana actually loves him more. It’s my dear Keane, but in this case it’s OK. As a team Keane fan, I think I can speak for us all when I say he went to a better love interest. In...more
Rachel
Jun 27, 2011 Rachel rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: arc
The last place Dana Hathaway ever imagined she’d have to go was Faerie. With both Queens of Faerie trying to kill her, she never thought her father would accept an invitation to visit Queen Titania of the Seelie Court.

Being presented at Court is supposed to be an honor, but when you are a Faeriewalker, like she is, the reason for the invitation is definitely suspect. And although they were promised safe passage and an escort, including Prince Henry himself and his Knights, traveling through Faer...more
Anne
2.5 stars
Meh. All of the books in this series are ok, and this one is no different. In other words, I'm glad I checked this out from the library instead of paying for it.

I've read that there are no more book planned in this series anytime soon (not sure how true that is), and I can honestly say that it's probably for the best. Sirensong just had a stagnant feel to it, especially with character development. It also felt like the different love interests were being quickly paired off so everything...more
Seesen9
Aug 15, 2011 Seesen9 rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of The Iron Fey and The Mortal Instruments
Wow. Just wow. Faeriewalker series most certainly belongs with my all time favourite series. Only handful of series manages to get better with every other instalment and Faeriewalker series managed just that. Carefully building up the tension leading to some pretty amazing stuff.

I’ve already made a point of saying that I like the characters, the premise, the world, the urban faerie thing, the sophisticated villain, the kind of screwed up relationships, style of writing, witty dialogues, Dana’s f...more
curious little beastie
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Sherre Leach
Sirensong was a great book! I loved it much more that Faeriewalker and Glimmerglass combined. It was much more entertaining and a fun a quick read.

I must admit that my reasons for purchasing Faeriewalker were quite random (it was the only book I had seen that originally came out in paperback and not hardback...it seemed strange and it was therefore pretty cheap, besides--the cover was pretty and we all know how much i love pretty covers) I liked both Faeriewalker and Glimmerglass, but Sirensong...more
All Things Urban Fantasy
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

When a queen invites you to court, even if that queen wants you dead, you go. That’s what Dana learns at the beginning of SIRENSONG. At least she gets to take her boyfriend and best friend with her. But she also has to take her relentless fight instructor who might or might not be transferring his affections to another, her father, and the queen's haughty son. Almost without fail, I lose a bit of interest when books with fae end up crossing into Faerie....more
Hp Tan
With some stray comments I saw, and with the epilogue, I suppose this would be the last book in the Faeriewalker series. In response to that, let's just say that

I am not happy!

I thought Sirensong was an arresting novel from start to end. The only reason I was able to stop before I hit page 100 was because 1. I'd just finished Shadowspell before I started on Sirensong and so 2. I must restrict the quantity of goodness I was being exposed to. 3. It was late, and I'd promised myself to sleep early...more
Khanh (Kittens, Rainbows, and Sunshine)
I think this book has been the best out of the Faeriewalker series. But considering I gave it 3 stars, that doesn't exactly speak well of the books, now, does it? This series has been one of the rare ones in which I've found the good guys (male and female alike) to be largely whiny, adolescent, and altogether annoying, and the bad guys tend to be caricatures. With the exception of the Erlking, the bad guys tend to be purely evil, with no redeeming qualities that would make them seem...for lack o...more
Mary (BookHounds)
***there may be spoilers here -- I tried, but may have let one or two slip***

Dana is in lock down in a safe house deep in the mountain of Avalon where she pines for freedom and which she gets through the help of the Erlking's protection. Freedom always comes with a price for Dana. Her presence is requested by Titania, the Seelie Queen, where she is to be presented at court. It all sounds excitingly innocent, but this being a faerie court, there are ulterior motives especially when the invitation...more
Regina
Nov 07, 2011 Regina rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011
ok so apparently i read from several people this might be the last book in the series and i can see maybe it could be, as some of the problems are resolved: the love triangle and the erlking problem. I feel like the series is rushed for and ending though. i have enjoyed the previous two books but the last book is like a mishmash of it all and hurried. I gave two stars because of the relationships in the book...namely the romantic stuff and how the storyline is forced at times.There was so much m...more
Melissa ♥♫
Again between 2-3 stars (i'm a very indecisive person). I'd hate not to give credit where credit is due because I did enjoy reading this but...hm. So Erlking, not a lot of explanation to his character and his actions at the end of the book. I mean there is but it seems sort of out of the blue and there needed to be some character developement. Elizabeth/Henry- (view spoiler)...more
Shawna
I really liked the first 2 books in this series. I however found that I did not enjoy the 3rd book as much. I honestly think it had to do with the ending. We find Dana travelling to Fairie to meet the Queen per the Queen's invitation. There was plenty of action throughout this entire book. We did not get to see as much of Ethan's and Dana's relationship. We did get bits and pieces but I would have liked to see it grow through out this last novel. However I did enjoy getting to see Seamus (her fa...more
Katelyn
Oct 17, 2011 Katelyn rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: own
Finally Black takes us into Faerie! I've been waiting for this moment since the beginning of the series and couldn't have been more excited to finally see her vision play out. While I was hoping for a little more time spent at court, the overall journey was well worth the wait.

After the way things were left at the end of Shadowspell, I was on the edge of my seat even at page one to see where everything would go. With a zillion different ways Black could have rounded out this series, I think she...more
Hannah-Linn
Ok, so first of all, I just wanna talk about the cover real quick. This cover just makes this book seem far less creepy than the other two books, and it's not. I understand the red and white petals thing, but Dana looks a little too much like a plastic barbie to me, and I can't handle how much that annoys me.

Besides that...in this book, Titania (queen of the seelie court) has invited Dana and her little entourage to the court for a little visit. The group is led by prince henry, son of Titania....more
Kimi
Well... I was somewhat disappointed. I didn't care for it as much as I did the first two. But honestly it could be just because of all the other series that I've been reading. I hadn't read this one in so long therefore Dana bugged me a bit. It was good, but I wouldn't say it was great. I'm so much more judgmental about female lead characters now. She seemed pretty immature like she didn't learn anything. I also didn't really care for the time frame. I thought the first two books had lasted for...more
Katherine
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Cornelia
Dana is half fae and is what is known in Jenna Black’s fairy realm as a fairy walker, which means she has special magic. She receives an invitation to the Seelie court which she cannot refuse. On the way she is accused of a horrible crime she didn’t commit and in her escape and plan to prove her innocence, she and her fiends meet with danger and adventure.

The author has done a great job of creating a realistic sixteen year old heroine. Jenna Black is also skillful at world building. Sirensong i...more
Hayden Casey
Pre-Read
May I ask what happened to the dark, smokey cover theme?

Post-Read
It's too bad these books are over and done with, because I really would've looked forward to the next one if there was one. They just keep getting better, and I know Black wouldn't disappoint.
In Sirensong, Dana and the group take a trip to Faerie to meet the Seelie Queen, Titania. They are soon sidetracked as something happens (I'm not going to spoil it for you!) I think this book is the best of the three (it definitely has...more
Aiman
After reading the first three chapters, it was pretty obvious that even the last book in this series was completely lacking and just plain awful.

I just couldn't bear it anymore. It was intolerable. Sirensong was the perfect example of an awful book. With ridiculous characters, a ludicrous plot, it really is a marvel how I managed to read three whole chapters of this book. I'm just glad I didn't lose my mind or incur a brain hemorrhage from this trilogy although I came pretty close, let me tell y...more
MockingJay
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On l’a attendu pendant deux tomes, et enfin Jenna Black nous offre la possibilité de découvrir son monde Faërique et j’ai adoré.
Ça apporte un nouveau souffle à la trilogie et surtout ça apporte un rythme effréné à l’histoire.
Je ne pense pas me tromper en disant que dans absolument chaque chapitre, à part peut-être les deux premiers lorsque le voyage se prépare, il y a de l’action.
On ne s’ennuie pas une minute et même les passages où l’action et les bata...more
Jill
There is a very important lesson in this book. Don't be a virgin. It is very dangerous! Give it away young girls, or you will regret it because there are all kinds of magical creatures that are dying to get their hands on your luscious luscious blood. And, really, how is it that Dana is still a virgin at almost 17? I mean, come on, she has an alcoholic mother, so no supervision or rules at home. Low self-esteem, desperately lonely for friends, and seems to find herself ridiculously attracted to...more
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