The Siren's Cry

The Siren's Cry

by Jennifer Anne Kogler

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Overview

Not just an
Otherworldly...
an Unusual.

Fern is not like other girls. She has strange and vivid visions and has the ability to teleport—anywhere, anytime. Fern is an Otherworldly, a special kind of vampire that lives in the human world. What's more, Fern is one of the Unusual Eleven, a group of Otherworldlies all born on the same day with extraordinary powers, prophesied to change the fate of Otherworldlies and humans alike.

On a school trip to Washington, DC, Fern has a dramatic vision that reveals another Unusual in grave danger. Now it's up to Fern to put together the pieces of where he is and why he's been taken. Can Fern solve the puzzle and free the boy in time to defeat the darkness that threatens?

In this gripping and fast-paced tale, the world of vampires has never been more compelling.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780061994432
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/05/2011
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.30(d)
Lexile: 920L (what's this?)
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Jennifer Anne Kogler is the author of The Otherworldlies, Ruby Tuesday, and the upcoming The Death Catchers. Born and raised in California, she has a twin brother who is a minute older but, according to Jennifer, acts ten years younger. She is a graduate of Princeton University and attends Stanford Law School.

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The Siren's Cry 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
BooksWithBite More than 1 year ago
I found myself really into the book as soon as I started it. I adored the Otherworldly and the way it is written. I have never come across a book like this before. Fast pace, gripping, and very engaging, I am in love with this author, Ms. Kolger. The book is not at all what I was expecting. Instead it exploded in front of my face leaving me blindsided! I loved the characters in this book. They were all unique and so fresh! I can't begin to tell you how much I really liked this book. I love that Ms. Kogler really open up to readers to something new. I had no idea that this is the sequel but after reading this one I must pick up the first. And even though I have not read the first book, Ms. Kogler made it easy for the reader to fall right in. I had no trouble picking up the book and falling right into it. The plot line of the book had loads of funky visions, bad guys, etc. I loved that Fern not only dealt with her growing powers but also dealt with regular high school drama as well. It showed the characters flaws but also made her much more approachable. There is loads of secrets being unveiled that it keep you giddy. I loved it when Fern snuck out to do her own plan. She knew what she needed to do and just did it. Fresh and gripping, The Siren's Cry is a book I really enjoyed. I loved the aspect of the Otherworldlies and things are slowly coming together as well as falling apart. More people are let in on the secrets and more secrets were made. I am now hooked on to this series, in which I must go out to the store and buy the first book!
WillaRambles on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Fern is no ordinary fifteen-year-old. She is an Otherworldly, and most importantly, one of the Unusual Eleven. At fifteen, Fern and the other eleven are destined to change the fate of other Otherworldlies and Humans, a fate causes problems when the Unusual Eleven have never met. On a school trip in Washington, DC, Fern has a vision (one of the many powers of the Unusual Eleven) that reveals one of the Eleven to be in grave danger. In the sequel to The Otherworldies, Fern embarks on an adventure that¿s funny, sad, and dangerous all at the same time, and in the center of the whirlwind is Fern. The one that is supposed to solve the puzzle, but can she do it in time? I Recommended for fans of The Otherworldlies, and other paranormal novels with a twist of mystery. I give this novel 3 stars, for it¿s ability to pull you in and never let you go, and it¿s ability to make you laugh out loud, and gasp, all in the same chapter. Great Read! I definitely recommend it!
Bookswithbite on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I found myself really into the book as soon as I started it. I adored the Otherworldly and the way it is written. I have never come across a book like this before. Fast pace, gripping, and very engaging, I am in love with this author, Ms. Kolger. The book is not at all what I was expecting. Instead it exploded in front of my face leaving me blindsided! I loved the characters in this book. They were all unique and so fresh! I can't begin to tell you how much I really liked this book. I love that Ms. Kogler really open up to readers to something new. I had no idea that this is the sequel but after reading this one I must pick up the first. And even though I have not read the first book, Ms. Kogler made it easy for the reader to fall right in. I had no trouble picking up the book and falling right into it. The plot line of the book had loads of funky visions, bad guys, etc. I loved that Fern not only dealt with her growing powers but also dealt with regular high school drama as well. It showed the characters flaws but also made her much more approachable. There is loads of secrets being unveiled that it keep you giddy. I loved it when Fern snuck out to do her own plan. She knew what she needed to do and just did it. Fresh and gripping, The Siren's Cry is a book I really enjoyed. I loved the aspect of the Otherworldlies and things are slowly coming together as well as falling apart. More people are let in on the secrets and more secrets were made. I am now hooked on to this series, in which I must go out to the store and buy the first book!
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Kate Streeten More than 1 year ago
Lots of action and some new characters. Some new romance and crazy sceaming. Great read if you liked the first you will Love the second.