Tricia Rayburn Siren


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Seventeen-year-old Vanessa Sands is afraid of the dark. And heights. And the ocean. And pretty much everything else. Fortunately, Vanessa's fearless older sister, Justine, has always been there to comfort her. That is until Justine jumps off a cliff near their family's holiday home in Winter Harbour, her lifeless body washing ashore the next day. (Quelle:'Flexibler Einband/10.01.2011')


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  • Booooooring!!!



    23. May 2016 um 20:54

    And I will say it again BOOOOOOOOOOORING and confusing and that is basically my verdict for this piece of writing.If anyone cares, the story is as follows: Vanessa, a little chicken shit and most bland heroine I have ever met, loses her sister. Her sister, the total opposite of her, is found washed up on the shore, drowned for all we know. Then Vanessa discovers that her sister had secrets and that her sisters constant sextoy Caleb has gone missing, so she tries to do some investigation of her own. By the way: neither her family nor her respond in any way adequate to the death of their sister/daughter, which just really weirded me out.So, she drives up to Winter Harbour (the crime scene) and tries to uncover more clues while secretly lusting after the neighbour boy a boring science nerd with the body of Brad Pitt who gets out his science equipment even when a storm is chasing them down the beach. Vanessa is so incredibly boring, as are most characters in the book!!! Plus Mrs. Rayburn seems to confuse Greek mythology a bit. Sirens are no MERMAIDS!!! This lack of proper research as well as the sudden jumps within the story and the rather uninspired prose and characters I sometimes wanted to clubb for their stupidity, this book was an utter waste of time!!!

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