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For as long as Esmerine can remember she has longed to join her older sister Dosinia as a siren the highest calling a mermaid can have When Dosinia runs away to the mainland Esmerine is sent to retrieve her Using magic to transform her tail into legs she makes her way unsteadily to the capital city There she comes upon a friend she hasn't seen since childhood a dashing young man named Alander who belongs to a winged race of people As Esmerine and Alander band together to search for Dosinia they rekindle a friendship and ignite the emotions for a love so great it cannot be bound by sea land or air


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    Ten Unfulfilled Wishes for this Book1 If this is was supposed to be a YA book I wish that the story was complex the characters fully developed and the dialogue less juvenile2 If this was supposed to be a middle grade book I wish there were no fewer mentions of breasts and men looking at them fewer mentions of drunken sailors making suggestive remarks and less focus on the rather insipid romance Such random lascivious behavior inserts an ugly note into the story for no reason whatsoever3 I wish mermaids didn't eat olives and nuts and other decidedly human foods it just doesn't sit well with me I also wish mermaids didn't eat fish While I understand that fish do eat other fish in the wild there's a certain cannibalism about this scenario that I would think the human part of the merpeople might be uncomfortable with But okay if it is absolutely necessary please give me a reason why this is happening because in my opinion it's a little weird4 I wish there were descriptions of underwater life There are a couple of nice scenes at the beginning but they're very short and don't really do enough to set the mood And I feel like you need a good dose of MOOD to set the scene in a mermaid book5 I wish Esmerine were a interesting character Or that we had at least one interesting character to fall in love with and root for Sadly this is not the case6 I wish so many YA authors wouldn't make their heroines booklovers I understand why this is such a prevalent trend as obviously the books are written by and for girls who like books themselves But often than not it feels forced Hello Mara Dyer and lacking in any real depth or appreciation or breadth of knowledge Here the bookloving agenda was pushed so hard that it became somewhat annoying especially because I kept thinking about the impracticalities of transporting books from the human world to mermaids in a way that wasn't going to damage them Silly but it's true The books that are briefly mentioned don't even have any real significance to the story or the characters7 I wish there were some sense of urgency to this novel The quest to find Esmerine's sister doesn't appear to have any sort of deadline and there's never any real danger to any of the characters Apparently she can take all the time in the world just so long as she doesn't give up her chastity magic siren's belt8 I wish the characters behaved in a way that seemed genuine or interesting or showed an emotional connection between them Why do Esemerine and Alander fall in love? Why does Dosia fall in love? Beats me9 I wish this book lived up to the lovely little fairy tale that was the author's first book Magic Under Glass This one doesn't have one bit of that story's charm and contains none of the imaginative details that made Glass so entertaining10 And lastly I wish the author's Acknowledgements page didn't contain the following passage which is most unfortunate when the story feels so slight I'm sure I wasn't the only young writer who had the Lord of the Rings movie soundtrack on repeat and decided I needed to write a huge fantasy epic with war and tragic death and many points of view One of the approximately forty plot threads in my attempt was the love story between a mermaid and a winged boy This is why you always keep your lousy older writings I think with a little development and a lot depth and detail this might have turned out to be an interesting story But sadly in this current format it's a pretty disappointing read And the search for a great YA mermaid novel goes on This review also appears in The Midnight Garden And advance copy was provided by the publisher