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The magical world of Watersong is about to change forever The answers Gemma and her friends have been searching for are finally revealed but evil is closing in and time is running outGemma and Harper Fisher are facing the fight of their lives Gemma has been cursed with extraordinary powers that have a terrifying dark side but she's finally found what she needs a way to break the curse and become human again However finding the means to do it will be her greatest challenge yet And now Penn Lexi and Thea the gorgeous but deadly creatures who cursed her are determined to kill her before she has a chance Making matters worse Penn has her sights set on Daniel the guy Harper loves and Penn always gets what she wantsAs Gemma and Harper race to break the curse before it's too late they're thrust deeper into a mythical world of immortal secrets They must look into their enemies' past to find the answers they need even if it means being drawn deeper into their savagely beautiful world But one of the girls is not what she seemsand Gemma finds an unlikely ally as she struggles to save herself Will it be enough to break an ancient curse that no one has ever escaped from alive?


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    I feel like I just spent the past two hours reading a mermaid related version of Real Housewives of Orange County So much bitchiness So much bickering So much name calling So little combined intelligence in one single book Apparently daughters of men and daughters of Greek gods have one thing in common idiocyPutting aside the unrealistic premise of mermaids this book the whole story and the characters' actions are pretty lacking in credibility I'm not talking about the fact that mermaids do not exist in real life Come on it's not like anyone reads YA paranormal and fantasy expecting realism and actually believing that there are actually really well hidden unicorns in our world The credibility factor to which I'm referring does not refer to the fact that the book's premise relies on the fact that the reader suspends his or her disbelief and believe in the existence of paranormal creatures but that the plot twists are entirely too easily solved the characters' actions are irrational beyond the limits of common sense and the behavior of the ancient siren sisters are so fraught with back stabbing and fighting that the reader doubts that they can exist together for a week without shedding blood much less thousands of yearsThis is the third book in the Watersong trilogy So far Gemma has been turned into a siren resisted being a siren and now is trying to break the curse of being a siren despite the fact that she might kill herself and her siren sisters while she's at it The plot is simple the characters forgettable the writing is elementary the pacing and resolution of the mystery is incredible and unrealisticThe main focus of this trilogy has so far been the plot and not the characters and the book does poorly on both fronts In a good book the mystery unwinds gradually the writing should slowly unveil subtle hints that the reader can follow and be involved in the eventual resolution the clues should not since we're continuing with a nautical theme here a land like a big fat fish in the reader's lap or b make the reader feel like they're getting slapped in the head with a swordfish There is zero subtlety here in the revealing and eventual solving of the big mystery things just fall into place too easily for it to be a compelling mysteryExample Gemma needs a clue how do I stop being a siren? Oh I'll ask my sister's coworker Sister's coworkers shocking knows someone who is willing to believe in mythological creatures and fairies and sirens and also shockingly happens to own an esoteric book shop and knows all about breaking the cursethe point is I was talking to this old friend of mine I'd completely lost touch with her but it turns out she owns a bookstore up in Sundham She'd definitely have some books that might help you out with the sirens Plus she's pretty knowledgeable on all that kind of stuffWeeeeeeell isn't that just terribly convenient I probably know someone who knows someone who knows about the esoteric and ancient myth surrounding sirens too if I bothered to ask around I'm sureRandom flashbacks attempt to give insight into the siren's characters and previous lives fail to add anything to the harebrained plot The only serve to further instill in the reader the fact that it is utterly incredible that these sisters have existed and lived together for all this time hating and fighting among each other so much that it took this long for one of them to attempt to kill the other I am not kidding about the fightingLexi Penn growled You are annoying I'm gonna pull this car over if you don't shut the hell upNo I will not shut up Lexi shouted at her You are annoying meyou're being a total andYou stupid wench Penn shouted and Lexi cringed Thea's right You are the biggest mistake I have ever made You are so dumb and uselessand on and on and on You think I was kidding about the fighting and the reference to the Real Housewives franchise? There is so much bitchiness and cattiness among the sirens that I imagine living with four siren sisters is like living in a sorority house with backstabbing and poorly concealed vitriol and a whole lot hair pulling and by hair pulling I mean hair pullingShe climbed on top of her grabbing Lexi’s silky hair to keep her from pulling away and she hit her in the face over and over again Lexi squealed and clawed at Penn's hand but she never really fought backSighAs bitchy as they are the sirens have personality than the two other main characters Gemma and Harper The entire series is supposed to be about them and we see their point of view than that of any other characters but the personality is just not there It's Gemma does this Harper does that They are very very dull characters For a siren Gemma is severely lacking in charm and confidence She is quiet reticent and in complete denial of her new nature I am so sick of characters who just completely fight what they are Get used to it make the best of the situation if you must kill then take your siren sisters' advice and feed upon the douchebags of the world There are plenty of those to go aroundGemma is also a severe hypocrite She doesn't want to hurt anyone she is in denial of her true nature but she uses her siren song anyway multiple times with disastrous consequences Take her actions with Alex after she made him hate her in the previous bookIt doesn't matter what you meant he shouted and she flinched Did you ask me if I wanted this? Did you even talk with me about this before you did it?No I knew what you would sayHe scoffed You knew what I would say and you did it anyway?Yes give someone no choice when changing their entire essence of character Their entire being Does that sound familiar to what happened to you Gemma?And Harper her sister the 18 year old going on 40 As her own boyfriend says You act like her mom She is a martyr to the nth degree She has to do everything She is fucking Atlas with the world on her shoulders She has a dad but certainly the man who's been single handedly responsible for raising the two of them can't possibly handle things without her help Neither can Gemma Harper has no personality and seems incapable of anything but worry She worries about her dad she worries about her friend's ability to manage the shop she worries about Daniel she worries about Gemma Never mind that Daniel can get by and has done so on his own for years never mind that Gemma is a freaking sea monster who can kill at the blink of an eye NoooooooHarper needs to be there for her helpless siren of a sister Right She is so utterly blind to what Gemma is capable of too She didn’t think Gemma had hurt anybody Gemma would do whatever she needed to do to survive but not at the expense of somebody else Yes because sirens just sing happy songs and sit on rocks looking pretty never hurting or eating people or anything Harper is such a sainted soul that it hurtsThis is a terrible book and the only positive thing I can say about it is that it approaches the end of a poor series which I kept reading due to my masochistic tendencies