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by Anna Banks
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Cu's Reviews
Cu's Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Of Poseidon tells the story of the Syrena (Merfolk). It tells of the race being divided into two families, those born of Poseidon's bloodline and those born of his brother Triton's bloodline. The story follows Emma McIntosh and Galen Forza. Galen, a Syrena, is told by a human friend that Emma be jus...
DestinyRose
DestinyRose rated it 4 years ago
Rated **4.7** Seems like this book got very mixed ratings. Cute love story. Easy Read. Funny Moments. I know for sure one moment made me laugh out loud literally. talk about awkward being out and about. The main characters (Emma & Galen) are not to like, and there love story is just hard not to fa...
Cassandra Lost in Books
Cassandra Lost in Books rated it 4 years ago
***Picked up the audiobook through the SYNC program over the summer The cover doesn’t do much for me, but it is just me because there is nothing that grabs my attention…I like eyes :) This is my first book by Anna Banks, and it definitely left me wanting more at the end :) She is very descripti...
Nay's Pink Bookshelf
Nay's Pink Bookshelf rated it 4 years ago
Fan-flipping-tastic!I am not sure what took me so long to get on the bandwagon for this baby, but holy-cow. Anna Banks has created a novel that is gripping from start to finish. Filled with humor, romance, secrets, deception and lies, Of Poseidon is a fantastic work.The Basis: Galen, a Syrena, comes...
Traveling Through Pages
Traveling Through Pages rated it 4 years ago
Super cute and fun!I loved the main characters, their relationship was addicting to read about and I loved how they interacted! The characters were also very funny and had very distinct personalities.The side characters were also great and definitely added so much to the book.I was a little confused...
Wanderlust
Wanderlust rated it 5 years ago
My real rating is 2.5 but I guess I'll just have to round it up. I enjoyed reading but it didn't really blow me away.I wasn't sure if I wanted to read the book in the beginning. I'm not really a fan of mermaid stories (The Little Mermaid excluded). However, I'm glad I did because I needed some light...
Tales from the Bargain Bin
Tales from the Bargain Bin rated it 5 years ago
Mini-Review: This is the third mermaid-centric series that I've read recently and my favorite of the lot, though it still does some things that annoy me. The things that annoy me? 1) Instalove! While it avoids the "soul-bond with the first kiss" cliche, it has "the pull" which basically is instalo...
Kayleigh {K-Books}
Kayleigh {K-Books} rated it 5 years ago
Galen is the prince of the Syrena, sent to land to find a girl he's heard can communicate with fish. Emma is on vacation at the beach. When she runs into Galen—literally, ouch!—both teens sense a connection. But it will take several encounters, including a deadly one with a shark, for Galen to be co...
Lizzie the Sarcastic Blonde
Lizzie the Sarcastic Blonde rated it 5 years ago
I plan on becoming a mermaid when I grow up. If I can't be a mermaid, I'll be a fairy, a unicorn, a Phoenix, or a sylph or something like it. But sadly, this is the real world, they "don't exist." But I believe... So back to the book. When I first heard about this book, my first thought w...
The Ninja Reader
The Ninja Reader rated it 5 years ago
Also appears on The Book Lantern. Note: A copy of this book was provided by the publishers via NetGalley. Now that this is out of the way, onto the review.Okay, so here's the thing: I thought about not writing this review. It felt like a lot of unnecessary effort, given how much has already been s...
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