Review for Siren's Stone by Miranda Hardy


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In order for the clan to survive, one of them has to die. 

Prax is determined to save them all. The sirens are on the verge of being eradicated, but there’s one way they might survive. Prax and her friends must venture on land, hunt down a powerful mage, and locate the Siren’s Stone. And even should they accomplish all of this in time, they still must face their last, most difficult hurdle: one of them must die in order to save the rest.
Shade is only a human, but without his help, and the help of his fellow scavengers, the sirens will never survive on land. He knows he should walk away. Aiding the sirens could prove deadly, and he has no wish to revisit a past he only barely escaped. But there’s something about Prax that draws him in. She needs him, and he can’t turn his back.
Scavengers and Sirens make strange allies, but they must pull together— and quickly. Because they have only fourteen days to achieve the impossible.  
Sirens, humans, pirates, and mages… in a dystopian world. Grab your copy now, and stay up all night reading!
Fans of The 100, or the Hunger Games series will devour Siren’s Stone, a stand-alone novel in The Cursed Seas Collection. 

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My Review

Miranda Hardy's "Siren's Stone" is a standalone novel in the Cursed Seas Collection. This tale has a really neat mythology. I love all of the different types of characters. There is an ensemble cast of deep characters. There are a lot of twists and turns and you never know what's coming. A real page turner! 

4.5 out of 5 stars

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Miranda Hardy writes literature to keep the voices in her head appeased. When she’s not in her fantasy world, she’s canoeing in alligator infested waters, or rescuing homeless animals. She goes to coffee shops to do most of her writing while drinking tea. Unable to reveal too much, she has the most boring superpower ever (hint: you have to be a close relative for it to work). She resides in south Florida with her two wonderful children, and too many animals to mention.



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