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Siren Song by Cat Adams
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Aug 15, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: fantasy, ghosts, horror, vampires, washyarg, young-adult, werewolves
Read in August, 2011

By the end of Blood Song, Celia Graves was half-vampire and half-human and had just discovered that she is the descendent of a Siren. She also has some unfinished business involving the King of Ruslan and a demon. This is the second in the trilogy and picks up immediately where the first leaves off. You don't have to have read Blood Song, but it will deepen your understanding and your empathy for the characters. Will Celia get back together with Bruno or will Creede distract her? What really happened the night Celia was almost killed/turned into a vampire? Who is behind the attacks on the King?

Some of these questions are answered, and since I knew it was a trilogy I didn't expect all the answers, but this book could stand alone. The action is swift and exciting. Celia keeps her gutsy humor and uses her newly found abilities to jump back into the fray. I could not put it down. This is for teens and adults who are fans of action-packed urban fantasy. So much more like the Sookie Stackhouse books than the slow,mushy Twilight books -- although there are certainly some heart-fluttering moments. There is some profanity, certainly some violence, some sexuality, just enough to grab and keep adults, but not too hot or wild for teens.

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