1.06.2011

The Mermaid's Mirror, by L.K. Madigan

I'm posting some older book reviews I have written, just to get this blog started. When I'm done reading a few books, I'll start posting some brand spankin' new reviews. 


Written May 29th, 2010


I am SO glad I was able to review this book! If you plan to spend a day at the beach reading, this is the book you want to take. And if, like me, you're in the middle of cold weather, it will bring a fresh sea breeze to your mind. It's chock full of beaches, surfing, underwater scenery, mystery, and of course mermaids.

I think Madigan did a wonderful job writing this book. I liked that she sometimes used texts and IMs as a form of communication, which really brought it into today's world. The songs and poems were interesting, and added value to the story. And the mermaids! Well, you'll just have to read it for yourself to find out about them. :)

I liked the main character, and loved following along as she tried to solve the mystery behind her father's surfing accident. I didn't care too much for her boyfriend, though. Sometimes he seemed a little too perky, and at other times, a little too pressing on the "let's be alone together" begging. I'm all for hot, tempting guys, but a few of his lines made him sound like a bit of a jerk to me.

Aside from that this was a fun adventure, and although the book can stand on it's own, I find myself hoping for a sequel (please, L.K. Madigan?!).

The book releases later this year it's already out, so check it out! I recommend it if you're looking for a fun read, like the sea, and believe in mermaids! Plus, don't you just love that cover?




The Mermaid's Mirror on Amazon
L.K. Madigan


(I was able to read the book courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, via NetGalley)

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