Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Dark Siren Review

Written by: Eden Ashley
Published: July 4th 2013

Goodreads synopsis:

                     To survive, their bond must be unbreakable.

When the mysterious and passionate Rhane rescues Kali from an attacker in the theater parking lot, they form an immediate, smoldering connection. But Kali doesn't remember Rhane or anything from their past. As far as Kali knows, she's just a seventeen-year-old kid coping with an insatiable hunger for the “spark” or energy of others, feeding on classmates to survive.

A unique artifact—one that may hold the key to returning Kali’s memories—is uncovered by the archaeology firm where she works part-time, sending Kali and Rhane on a dangerous journey that leads them to the Forbidden City, into the unforgiving Gobi, and into the ruins of Rhane’s ancient homeland. As they fight for survival, Kali begins to discover who she really is and the true power she possesses.

But Rhane still harbors a secret that could destroy Kali…unless old enemies kill her first.

My thoughts:
This is the first book in the Dark Siren series written by Eden Ashley. The story follows Kali who has an unusual  need to feed from human boys. Her peers are not to fond of Kali and her shennagins with the boys of the school. Kali gets rescued by Rhane in the movie theater parking lot and she's instantly intrigued. Rhane shows up again and again and he seems to know Kali but Kali doesn't know him. When the archaeology firm Kali works for finds a one of a kind artifact Kali is thrown into a dangerous journey to self discovery. Rhane has finally found her and he refuses to lose her agin, now he is in a race against old enemies to get to Kali first.

This book was very good, I love sirens and you don't see a lot of books written about them. Kali is a seemingly normal girl that feeds of the energy of the boys in her school, but you soon find out that her need to feed is linked to the immense power that hides inside her. Rhane is a dominant caring guy who seems to know more about Kasli then he's letting on. I love the charcters they are well developed and the story is very hard hitting, Inlove all the action in the book. My favorite character in the book though is Orrin, he is very protective of Kali and is a good soldier to Rhane.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy novels.

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