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4.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
After a traumatic car accident, Luke Rendel returns home from college, trying to escape survivor's guilt and piece his life together. But when he takes a job as the night guard at the town aquarium, he meets an enigmatic, mermaid-like creature named Urhoa trapped in a tank who claims that his grandfather owed her a debt--and it's time for Luke to pay. As Luke searches for ...more
ebook, 478 pages
Published January 19th 2016
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Engaging tale of unexpected mermaids, friendships, and healing. At times funny and sad, Watermark is an excellent example of YA fantasy done well. It embodies the epic adventurousness of the genre while exploring heavier themes like mercy and loss. Set against the backdrop of a small seaside town in Florida, the novel invokes a sense of natural wonder for the ocean and its creatures.

Yet nature is also dangerous and terrible, as Watermark is quick to remind you. Luke’s journey is defined by retu
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