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... show more
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.
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Blood Singer (#2)
Siren Song is much like its predecessor Blood Song. For me, that’s not a good thing. But it did do some things right.There’s more information and her endless supply of trouble gets an explanation. I rather like it actually. Far better than her stumbling from one clusterfuck into another. becauseSi...
Okay, so this one defiantly peeked my interest, it picked up a lot faster than the first book. Characters were better developed, twists were fast and left me going WOW really.Creede is sooo growing on me, im hoping he stays a central part of the story. The introduction to the Siren court was defiant...
This one picks up right where book one ended. The action doesn't stop in this one. I liked this one a little better as Celia had a few positives (okay, not many) to go with all the bad stuff. She learns more about herself and plot threads are resolved, others not.
This series is entertaining. That's about all I can say about it.
The beginning was extremely slow, to the point where I wanted to drop this book and read something else. But I'm so glad I didn't, because it gets waaaaaayy interesting about 50 pages in, after Celia's talk with Bruno. After that, it's completely action packed with lots of drama and suspense and I e...