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Saturday, October 30

Review: Siren Song by Cat Adams

Title: Siren Song
By: Cat Adams
Series: A Blood Singer Novel (Book 2)
Publisher: Tor Books (September 28th, 2010)
My Copy: Review Copy provided by publisher
BookWhisperer Rating:

Nothing if not resilient, Celia Graves is slowly adjusting to being a half-human, half-vampire Abomination. But her troubles are far from over. Her best friend’s murder is still unsolved, the cops are convinced she should be in jail, and her old lover, the magician Bruno DeLuca, has resurfaced in her life, saying he has something important to tell her.

The vampire attack that transformed Celia kicked her latent Siren abilities into high gear, and now she’s been summoned to the Sirens’ island to justify her existence—and possibly fight for her life—in front of the Siren Queen. Celia isn’t sure she’ll survive to make the trip. The demon she defeated in Blood Song hasn’t exactly gone quietly—he’s left Celia suffering from a powerful curse.

Adams was encountered with quite a challenge in this second novel for the Blood Singer series. Blood Song was such an intense and spell binding novel; that I was concerned about the direction of this second novel. Successfully, she has continued the fast paced and action packed momentum. Celia Graves is an incredible character with witty and compassionate charm that promise attraction for all readers. Having discovered her Siren abilities in the end of Book one readers when expectant of a new direction in this new novel. I love this new addition to Graves's character. Beware Adams has twisted the characters of book one, and she has finished Siren Song with all new changes that will leave you guessing. With a continuous story that will carry readers from one book to the next, Adams as promised much more to come.

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