Mikashicage The way she moved her characters along was like watching a chess game. About Anne Greenwood Brown. Bond between Calder and his sister was flimsy; no wonder why Calder wanted to get rid of them. Easy enough—especially as Calder has lots of practice using his irresistable good looks and charm on ususpecting girls. View all 21 comments. Jan 17, Jo rated it it was ok Shelves: Apart from the mentioned bindings daggli long-living, alluringly beautiful and super-strong beings are completely amoral and more or less uncivilized: View all 37 comments.
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And deadly intent. And tails. These merpeople 3. One of the things I find most appealing about the idea of mermaids in literature is that I would love to know what it feels like to swim swiftly and endlessly through deep oceans. The urge to migrate was irresistible. Far more powerful than the urge to kill.
With each rise and fall of the moon, with each turn of the tide, it grew more impossible to ignore. I was less engrossed in the human and emotional side of the story, however, including the relationship with perfectly-fine but fairly ordinary Lily, the somewhat flat secondary characters, and the romance. I think the author also deserves big credit for the gutsiness in her decision to keep her mercreatures true to themselves, even if it meant that the reader is shocked or turned off by their actions.
This review also appears in The Midnight Garden. An advance copy was provided by the publisher. We found all kinds of sand dollars and pretty shells that afternoon, so it felt like a pretty perfect day to be reading this book.
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