ARC Book Review: Daughter of the Siren Queen

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller
 Rated: ❤❤❤❤❤/5
 Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
 Published: 2/27/18
 Buy or Borrow: Buy

Alosa is back on the hunt to find the last map that will help the Pirate King locate Isla de Canta : the sirens island which is full of treasures. After retrieving the map, Alosa discovers that her father has not been truthful about alot of things in her life. Alosa must decide on how best to deal with her father, find the treasures and most importantly, reconcile with who she truly is, the Siren Queen’s daughter.

With school and exams looming, I went through two sleepless nights to finish DotSQ and it was absolutely worth it!

We immediately pick up from the ending of DotPK (check out my review of DotPK ) and learn more about Alosa, Riden, her parents and how protective and smart Alosa is. Levenseller whipped a fast paced adventure that keeps you on edge, looking forward to the next scene.

One of the many things I loved about this book was how it depicted Alosa. She was strong in the face of danger yet vulnerable when she discovered some personal and hurtful things. She held her mostly female crew to high standards and earned their respect from the very young to the oldest. Her leadership skills were unmatched and she was willing to sacrifice herself for the sake of her crew on several occasions.

I enjoyed every part of this novel because although it’s a fantasy adventure, you find alot of realistic moments that makes you feel connected to each characters.

DotSQ will join my very limited list of favorite fantasy novels and I’ll absolutely recommend you read the series.

ARC Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for a honest review. 

5 thoughts on “ARC Book Review: Daughter of the Siren Queen

  1. Ooh, this looks like a good book! I haven’t read the first one but it does look intriguing. Are they pretty quick reads? We’re in the middle of midterms at my university so I’m kinda hesitant to start a series but I do like the sound of it.

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    1. They’re very quick to read because of the actions and events that happen. The author also wrote the book in a nice pace. There are only two books, so you can fit them in between transit and little breaks! Hope you enjoy them

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