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Between the Sea and Sky by Jaclyn Dolamore
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Sep 27, 2011

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The world that the author has created is very well thought-out and interesting. I would enjoy reading more novels set in this world. Esmerine and Alander are multidimensional characters but for some reason I just didn't feel the spark between them. I believed more in Esmerine's love for her sister, Dorsia, than her love for Alander (or his for her). The message of loving someone despite outside pressure not to is a beautiful one though.

Also, I don't get why her sister didn't even try to leave some kind of word of herself. I understand that running away with a human is somewhat common for a siren and that writing a note of some kind was out of the question. It just seemed careless rather than romantic.

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