Thursday, October 28, 2010

Siren Song: By Cat Adams



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.


Are you tired of vampire novels? Well then this book probably isn’t for you?

Or course if you’re tired of vampire love novels, then this might be a fun book for you.

Siren Song isn’t one of those lovey dovey “we were meant to be together” vampire novels. Instead it’s a supernatural action book that includes all sorts of dangerous creatures from demons to telepaths to sirens.

The people who will enjoy this book are the ones looking for an action packed book with a good narrative. Celia Graves makes a great hero for this series with her hard-ass composure, level of loyalty to her friends, and mainly through Cat Adams (the penname for C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp) great writing ability.

Not only that, but Cat Adams does a great job creating a compelling read through its nonstop action and intricate storyline. Fans of Patricia Briggs and Charlaine Harris will love this series as they hang on the end of each chapter as Graves is forced into each dangerous and death defying situation. And the farther into the story readers get the more intricate the story becomes.

The authors also do a great job creating strong supporting characters, who not only are forced into circumstances that cause some surprising situations to occur. Making the plot even more intricate.

All in all this is not the best book you’ll ever read. It wont win a Pulitzer prize nor will it win a Hugo award. What this book will do is keep you captivated until the last page and then have you go out and read the next in the series.


9 out of 10


Publisher: Tor Books

Published: September 28, 2010

Price: $14.99

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