Book Review: Daughter of A Siren Queen

Author: Tricia Levenseller

Pages: 352

Synopsis: Alosa is on a mission, now that they have all the pieces to the map they can search for the treasure that has been guarded by the Sirens for all these years. She sees it how it is — her and her father reaching the treasure and being heroes in the eyes of all their pirates. But before this can happen, Alosa learns a secret, a secret so life altering that it changes her whole perspective on who she is, on her love for her father, what she’s capable of, and who to trust.

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Review: This is the end of Alosa story, I recently read that this series is only a duo-logy and unfortunately I think that it’s all we needed in this. I remember enjoying Daughter of a Pirate King. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Daughter of a Pirate King but this one fell a little flat for me. I wanted more swashbuckling, I wanted more romance, I wanted more of something but I’m not entirely sure what. It could just be my age, maybe I’m too old for these now (which I’m also okay with). While Alosa’s story definitely had some character development I still felt like something was missing either with her or the other characters, maybe I needed more closure? More of a WOW moment? Like I said before I couldn’t really pinpoint what I needed.

Overall Rating: 2.5/5 stars (I rounded up on Goodreads — can’t do half stars there)

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