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The Siren Song
     

The Siren Song

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by Anne Ursu
 

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Inside an ordinary middle school in an ordinary city, a small redheaded eighth grader is doing something very ordinary, indeed.

Ever since Charlotte Mielswetzski and her cousin, Zee, saved the world, life has been rather ordinary. Ordinary, that is, if you call being ultramegagrounded (in Charlotte's case) or treated as if you might fall to pieces (in

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The Siren Song (Cronus Chronicles Series #2) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 74 reviews.
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It's just okay. Not the best, but pretty good.
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In Anne Ursu's, The Siren Song, Charlotte Mielswetzski is on another astounding journey. This time she must save her parents and everyone on the Isis Queen, a large cruise ship. This started as a normal educational vacation about American History, until it turned into a very unfortunate predicament. Little does she know that the evil Philonecron still seeks revenge from the defeat in the previous book, The Shadow Thieves, since he was sentenced to live in the upperworld by Hades, a very powerful Greek God. Philonecron manages to get back his Zero, his name for Zachary Miller(Zee). Charlotte ends up saving her cousin, Zee, even if she didn't plan it at the beginning. Charlotte is not alone on this perilous journey. Jason Hart is helping her save her parents and everyone on the Isis Queen, or so she thought he was doing. Well the big question is, does she save her parents and the rest of the people on the cruise ship, or does she fail and meet Poseidon's wrath? Find out in Anne Ursu's, The Siren Song. I loved this book, it felt as if I were in Charlotte's shoes. Anne Ursu will take you on an adventure from the dark, ominous underworld, to the blue, clear oceans, to the brilliant Olympus. Ursu relates the now modern world to the magnificent past of the Greek Olympians. She brings the past to the present. If you liked the Percy Jackson Series, you will most likely love the Cronus Chronicles. I know I did, and I was a very big Percy Jackson and the Olympians fan. Read this book! You don't know what you're missing out on!
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