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Atlantis Riptide, Lost Daughters of Atlantis Book 1

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

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    Great Young Adult Mermaid Story

    Pearl is a sixteen year old that is part of a circus along with her adoptive parents. But there is no fun and games. She is abused and forced to show her special abilities when she is in deep water. She can’t take it any more and runs away to find out more about her real parents. Although wanting to live a life of obscurity, she can’t seem to pass up helping people and animals. When she saves a young boy from drowning, she draws the attention of Chase Thomas.

    Chase is eighteen years old and trying to please both his aunt and himself. But when he learns about Pearl, he can’t help but try and figure out what her secret is. The question is if he means to be a friend or sell his soul for a killer story. Mean while, there is a war brewing in the Pacific Ocean and Pearl is meant to be part of this war. To what end depends on who gets her first.

    I liked this book. It is a new idea of mermaids. Pearl was strong yet wrapped up in self doubt. There were times that I got irritated with her and how she could be in a pity party for herself, I do think this was a good part of the story. This poor girl has known nothing but abuse, it makes sense. Although it’s hard to see if Chase is going to use Pearls info against her or with her, he was a good co-star.

    This is a good beginning to a series. It’s still rough but you have to start some where. I will be getting the next books in this series because I want to know how it progresses.

    I received this book for free from the Book Rooster program in exchange for an honest review.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 17, 2014

    GOOD

    I liked it but wished i could get the rest of the series now? Im mad at everyone but Pearl too. She was perfect but everyone had to go and be really greedy

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted June 19, 2014

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