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Beckon the sea I'll come to thee Shed seven tears perchance seven years At the age of ten Gwen Cooke had a strange encounter with a boy with dark slightly tilted eyes He came to her on the beach whispered strange words in her ear and then disappeared Shortly thereafter her family moved away from their seaside home and Gwen never saw the boy again Now seventeen Gwen is returning to her childhood home Her nana asked her to come But Gwen knows it's time to go back for another reason She yearns for the sea Perhaps the sea itself is calling to her Perhaps the memory of the boy and his haunting words are drawing her back to the place they met Perhaps it's time for her to face her destiny


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    Er Okay Let me tell you first that I am not the most cheerful person at the moment – and yes I am blaming the electrical engineering and mechanics exams I am studying for right now And this book infuriated me for some reason I really don’t know why I made myself read up until page 230 here when it was pretty clear that I wouldn’t enjoy this novel – and as I don’t have much time to read right now anyway I certainly shouldn’t waste it on books I don’t like But well I can only blame myselfI wish this story had focused on the Celtic myths and the population’s superstitions when it comes to mer creatures and less on the ‘love story’ between the main character Gwennie shudders and the mysterious guy who rescued her in a storm when she was little Seriously I don’t know if I’ve just become extremely sensitive when it comes to relationships like theirs but a lot of things here just rubbed me the wrong way First and foremost Jesse doesn’t have a personality apart from being very much in love with Gwen behaving strangely running around shirtless often and emitting slightly creepy vibes We don’t learn anything about his past how he lives and why his feelings regarding Gwen are so strong I mean they ‘met’ for a few minutes seven years ago when he saved her from drowning but that pretty much was itAnd then Gwen I mean she is seriously inconsistent in her behaviour and thoughts At first she seems to be afraid of Jesse and associates him with all kinds of dangers – wild animals stalkers serial killers As the flames glimmered on his eyes he looked me over like a wolf sizing up his dinnerI didn’t want anyone watching me so closely they could guess my back hurtEven stalkers could be handsomeI was so spellbound that if my dad had suddenly appeared and reminded me serial killers were all this charismatic I would have asked him who caredI didn’t care that I was being romanced by a crazy guy I was still being romanced Ehm okay This makes the love interest sound majorly unappealing – at least to me But Gwen obviously doesn’t care The two of them kiss for the first time and suddenly she is very much in love all her worries are shrugged off as unimportant and she starts referring to him as her boyfriend No matter that there is nothing between them They are meant to be together after all So there doesn’t have to be any connection between them apart from physical attractionAlso I have lately noticed that the ‘absent parents’ plot device is becoming and common in YA Somehow that fact never really bothered me But here it just felt all wrong Gwen describes her parents as almost obsessed with her security they even call her friends to make sure they aren’t without parental supervision and she is not allowed to go out much Yet they have absolutely no problem with her staying in an isolated cottage without a phone connection or cell phone all alone for the whole summer Okay her grandmother’s inn is only a five minute walk away but then again she wouldn’t even be able to call her if something happened I am asking myself Why didn’t she just stay at her grandmother’s? I can’t imagine that would have been a problem And I would have preferred that solution if I were her Call me chicken but I would not want to live all by myself in a small cottage – no matter how much freedom that meantSo sorry that turned into a small rant but I was definitely looking for something different when I started this story Somehow I thought books like this were an aspect of the post Twilight paranormal wave but it turns out they were already there beforeStill I really enjoyed the selkie myths woven into the story and the legends Gwen’s grandmother tells her customers at tea time I think I would thoroughly enjoy spending my holidays at an inn like hers – the beaches and the garden sounded wonderful as well The book really had a nice summery vibe to it in general Nevertheless if you are looking for a mermaidselkie story in a similar environment but without the strange love story I’d rather recommend Sea Change Not a favourite of mine either but I certainly enjoyed it than this one