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review 2014-05-14 09:54
Girls Day Out: A Syrena Legacy Story - Anna Banks

Short Review:

Haven't read the other books, so at times it was confusing, but I got through it and I understood most of it. 

This was a really fun and short book about 2 girls who go out. They decide to go hunt for treasures (in other words, things that fall from boats/ships). However instead of treasure they find a doll and decide to give it back to the girl who owns it.

I really despised the girl and her mother. 2 strangers come to you and give you back a (soaking) doll and what do you do? Accuse them, and call guards and all that on them... Wait why?

I liked the main girl a lot, she was funny and interesting. I didn't like her friend that much though. Found her a bit to snobby and stuck up. 

Will I be reading this series? Yes. I am really interested after reading this and I love mermaid books. :)

Review first posted at http://twirlingbookprincess.com/

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review 2013-10-09 20:27
Of Poseidon
Of Poseidon - Anna Banks

I haven't laughed all the way through a book like that in a long time. Of Poseidon was a fun an entertaining read where witty humor and adorable awkwardness abound. I really enjoyed the characters as their personalities where a refreshing change of pace. Galen really surprised me. I wrongly assumed he would follow the trend that tends to happen in YA of being a brooding bad boy type but he was so awkward it was amusing and sweet. Emma was a great change of pace as well. She was feisty but still could be brought to see reason and when things didn't go her way she didn't get depressed she set out to either change it or move on. The "minor" characters aren't really minor and I enjoyed that they played as much a role in the plot as Emma and Galen did. There was some insta-love type behavior but Anna Banks actually provided a believable reason for it and the fact that it didn't happen to just them helped me move past it. As you probably can tell I really enjoyed this book so it gets an easy recommend from me!

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