The sea is calling, but the reluctant siren will do anything not to answer.
A year after the events that killed her sister and turned her into a siren, Vanessa is desperately trying to put her family back together and reclaim a “normal” life. But no matter how many times she swims, or how much salt water she drinks, she can feel herself getting weaker and weaker. She has no idea how to survive as a siren and she doesn’t want to know the truth about her newly discovered identity. It’s just too horrifying. Then her biological mother shows up at her summer house in Maine—she is one of the Nenuphars, the most powerful of all sirens. She promises that she wants to help the daughter from whom she’s been separated for far too long. But is she to be trusted? Now Vanessa must face the harshest reality of all—to survive she must endanger and injure others—but is that any sort of life?
Chilling and romantic, Dark Water explores questions of identity as old as the sea, and brings the Siren trilogy to a startling conclusion.
©2012 Tricia Rayburn (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
This book is very slow, the story has no consistency. The things that happen in históira appear out of nowhere and disappear in the same way. There is an interesting connection with the previous two books. In short, the story leaves you many references.
the lack of a logical sequence that links the events in Primiero book in the series to úlitmo. Besides the fact of history present facts that are not explained. The information
It's a combination of factors - history unattractive, uninteresting voice, annoying characters ...
I rewrite the entire series.
I listening the serie because I had bough and hope that things would improve. But, don't waste your time with this book (or series).
This is an excellent conclusion to a very interesting story based on siren lore. The series gives us insight into every girl's fantasy of being irresistible to the opposite sex. It also shows us that such attraction isn't necessarily a good thing, as it can seriously damage a committed relationship. The necessity of taking lives in order to keep living is disturbing. This very serious problem is not resolved. Perhaps the story isn't over yet.
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