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At the end of Siren's Storm, the Sirens were defeated, and now the town of Walfang is once again a peaceful beach community. Or is it? Gretchen and Will are still haunted by the memories of the night the Sirens were destroyed—Gretchen because she can't remember what happened and Will because he doesn't know how to tell Gretchen what he saw. He doesn't even understand what h At the end of Siren's Storm, the Sirens were defeated, and now the town of Walfang is once again a peaceful beach community. Or is it? Gretchen and Will are still haunted by the memories of the night the Sirens were destroyed—Gretchen because she can't remember what happened and Will because he doesn't know how to tell Gretchen what he saw. He doesn't even understand what he saw, but he does know now that Gretchen is more than what she seems, more than a human girl. And at the same time, he is more in love with her than ever. Gretchen knows there's something wrong, too. She feels like an alien in her own body, but she doesn't know why. And she feels a presence stalking her at every turn. Have the Sirens returned to Walfang? Or has some other force come to claim her?


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At the end of Siren's Storm, the Sirens were defeated, and now the town of Walfang is once again a peaceful beach community. Or is it? Gretchen and Will are still haunted by the memories of the night the Sirens were destroyed—Gretchen because she can't remember what happened and Will because he doesn't know how to tell Gretchen what he saw. He doesn't even understand what h At the end of Siren's Storm, the Sirens were defeated, and now the town of Walfang is once again a peaceful beach community. Or is it? Gretchen and Will are still haunted by the memories of the night the Sirens were destroyed—Gretchen because she can't remember what happened and Will because he doesn't know how to tell Gretchen what he saw. He doesn't even understand what he saw, but he does know now that Gretchen is more than what she seems, more than a human girl. And at the same time, he is more in love with her than ever. Gretchen knows there's something wrong, too. She feels like an alien in her own body, but she doesn't know why. And she feels a presence stalking her at every turn. Have the Sirens returned to Walfang? Or has some other force come to claim her?

30 review for Fury's Fire

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amy Lignor

    From the amazing mind who brought readers Siren’s Storm, this sequel will keep you reading until the very last page has been turned. Not to mention…there is a serious twist in this one that you will NOT see coming. Transferring from a ‘wealthy’ life in Manhattan to living in an old farmhouse that her dad inherited free and clear, Gretchen is focusing on a new beginning. A lot has happened in a very short time. Her mother left the family, because she wants nothing more than money, and Gretchen has From the amazing mind who brought readers Siren’s Storm, this sequel will keep you reading until the very last page has been turned. Not to mention…there is a serious twist in this one that you will NOT see coming. Transferring from a ‘wealthy’ life in Manhattan to living in an old farmhouse that her dad inherited free and clear, Gretchen is focusing on a new beginning. A lot has happened in a very short time. Her mother left the family, because she wants nothing more than money, and Gretchen has had to come back from a very terrifying event where she and Will (her best friend) defeated a frightening group called the Siren’s, even though Gretchen can’t really remember anything that happened. Right now she’s looking forward to her senior year; she’s a little nervous about attending a public school even though Will goes there and will be right by her side. One morning she goes for a run. Skipping stones on the Sound, Gretchen suddenly watches as a water spout forms, rises up from the surface and turns into a woman whose eyes are burning with rage. Talk about frightening, although Gretchen really wants to just pawn it off as simply a picture from her overactive imagination Will is the one keeping secrets. You see, Will knows what Gretchen did - he witnessed her fury - and he also has to deal with the fact that a mermaid named Asia, who works for the evil Sirens, actually helped them survive the attack and has now reappeared to warn them that something new is about to happen. Kirk is an odd character. A boy who is now living a truly tortured life, as his head is constantly filled with the Siren’s songs. He, like Will, has been witness to the evil magic that comes from Calypso and her band of Sirens. However, he also knows that a group called the Fury is about to be unleashed. As the story moves along readers find themselves pulled into a new mystery. Possession, as well as death by Fury comes into play, and as Will and Gretchen cross the friendship line into romance, the real event that Gretchen has been blocking out starts to come to the surface. In fact, she begins to truly understand what she is and how dangerous her own power can become. As good as the first, the author brings back the determined Gretchen and adds the spark of romance for the reader to be excited over. Asia, who’s always a mystery when it comes to the side she’s ultimately fighting for returns with the same dark cloud over her head, so that readers will once again gasp when the ending appears and the bad guy is revealed. Well done! Whether Siren or Fury, this author offers a very exciting story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd)

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 2.5 Short and Simple Review I was wary of picking up this book because I originally read the first book, Siren's Storm, eight years ago in 2011. To be honest, I had no recollection of anything that happened in that book, just that it had something to do with sirens (and I probably got that idea from the title). Thankfully, it was not incredibly difficult to get into this book. The book does remind the reader of the events This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 2.5 Short and Simple Review I was wary of picking up this book because I originally read the first book, Siren's Storm, eight years ago in 2011. To be honest, I had no recollection of anything that happened in that book, just that it had something to do with sirens (and I probably got that idea from the title). Thankfully, it was not incredibly difficult to get into this book. The book does remind the reader of the events of the last book on multiple occasions. Part of this was because Gretchen did not recall the events from the end of Siren's Storm, so she is trying to remember things. Some details were still foggy for me, but I knew enough to follow the story and understand the characters. While this book was dual POV, there was a stronger focus on Gretchen in this book as she is trying to understand what exactly she did at the end of the last book and she has a threat against her. There is a lot more transformation for her character, which I can't go too far into detail because of spoilers. Overall, I don't have strong feelings for this book. When I finished the book all I felt was glad that I got a book off of my TBR instead of any emotions attached to the book. It was an okay read and I can say this series is complete, but there wasn't really anything more there for me.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ILoveBooks

    Gretchen and Will are sort of at odds in this book. Gretchen has no idea what transpired the fateful night where they "battled" the sirens and Will doesn't know what to tell her that won't scare her too much. Will knows Gretchen is not merely human, but he still doesn't know what she is. They still are not free of the sirens, there are plenty of siren scenes for the reader to look forward to. Is Asia really gone? Who actually killed the sirens? Gretchen's character is mostly the same, she has ma Gretchen and Will are sort of at odds in this book. Gretchen has no idea what transpired the fateful night where they "battled" the sirens and Will doesn't know what to tell her that won't scare her too much. Will knows Gretchen is not merely human, but he still doesn't know what she is. They still are not free of the sirens, there are plenty of siren scenes for the reader to look forward to. Is Asia really gone? Who actually killed the sirens? Gretchen's character is mostly the same, she has matured a little bit. Half the time, she's annoying as she continually feels off and lets the reader know about it constantly. Will's character hasn't changed much either. He is still protective of Gretchen and clearly loves her. Their relationship develops more in this book, the reader will enjoying seeing their relationship grow. There are a few new secondary characters in this book, but the main characters are definitely the focus. When a few older character reappear, Gretchen and Will have to decide who to trust and who to keep a wary eye on. This book is recommended to young adult/teen readers.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Reving

    I was so excited to get my hands on the ARC of Fury's Fire, the sequel to Siren's Storm. Thank you Random House and netgalley.com! Fury's Fire is an excellent sequel to Siren's Storm. I actually liked it better than the first book, though I did enjoy Siren's Storm very much. The pacing is much better in Fury's Fire and the characters continue their development. This is a face-paced, fresh look at the mysteries of the sea and the creatures that inhabit it. It is paranormal, but it is believable. I was so excited to get my hands on the ARC of Fury's Fire, the sequel to Siren's Storm. Thank you Random House and netgalley.com! Fury's Fire is an excellent sequel to Siren's Storm. I actually liked it better than the first book, though I did enjoy Siren's Storm very much. The pacing is much better in Fury's Fire and the characters continue their development. This is a face-paced, fresh look at the mysteries of the sea and the creatures that inhabit it. It is paranormal, but it is believable. We learn more about Gretchen and her connection to the Sirens of long ago. There are surprises, but they make sense and fit with the story. I am not sure if the ending bodes well for another installment, but I hope it does. To see this review with hyperlinks and to read more reviews, visit revingsblog.blogspot.com

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    I read the first one while I was on vacation two years ago, so to be fair in the beginning I had a hard time remembering the characters. All I remembered was the dog and that wasn't even part of this book. I'm still hunting for a siren book that will satisfy my craving for a good reinterpretation of this specific part of folklore. The romance here was kind of overdone and unrelatable. and I had high hopes for more world building etc. but they were not fulfilled. A fast read, which I will probabl I read the first one while I was on vacation two years ago, so to be fair in the beginning I had a hard time remembering the characters. All I remembered was the dog and that wasn't even part of this book. I'm still hunting for a siren book that will satisfy my craving for a good reinterpretation of this specific part of folklore. The romance here was kind of overdone and unrelatable. and I had high hopes for more world building etc. but they were not fulfilled. A fast read, which I will probably also have forgotten in two years...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    After reading Siren's Storm, I wasn't sure what to expect from Fury's Fire. Siren's Storm wasn't a strong book to me and I was afraid this novel may suffer from the same problems. It didn't. Whereas Siren's Song was choppy and didn't feel cohesive, Fury's Fire is a strong, well paced novel with a plot that follows a straight line. After a bit of a slow start, I couldn't put it down. The story begins not too long after the end of Siren's Storm with Gretchen not really remembering what happened tha After reading Siren's Storm, I wasn't sure what to expect from Fury's Fire. Siren's Storm wasn't a strong book to me and I was afraid this novel may suffer from the same problems. It didn't. Whereas Siren's Song was choppy and didn't feel cohesive, Fury's Fire is a strong, well paced novel with a plot that follows a straight line. After a bit of a slow start, I couldn't put it down. The story begins not too long after the end of Siren's Storm with Gretchen not really remembering what happened that night on the bay with the seekriegers. In fact, a lot of things are hazy in her memory, but her sleep walking has stopped, things have settled down and she's starting her senior year at the high school in Walfang. She has the sense that a presence is around her, but she dismisses it as just a dream or left over eeriness from the summer. Asia has disappeared. But Will is there with her as well as Angus. Even Kirk is well enough to attend school, though he keeps to himself and is still strange. Soon though, weird things start to happen to her, accidents and then things that can't really be called accidents. She has a deep sense of dread. She makes friends the first day with a girl called Mafer, Angus tells her she's a witch, and Mafer admits that she can sense things and knows things about people. The romance between Will and Gretchen finally develops rather quickly once he realizes how he feels about her after all these years. The biggest change is in Gretchen. She has this new found strength in her that demands answers, the power of fire that she is frightened of, and a dawning memory of what happened over the summer and even what happened the night Tim disappeared and Will was found on the beach with the sailboat on fire. I loved that Gretchen wasn't an oblivious flirt in this novel but a fully developed character who ran her own life and took control. Will is possessive and protective of her, but also seems to fall under the spell of a certain someone again that we know and don't necessarily love. I read the ARC and there is a scene in the hospital in which Angus is there learning way too much as a budding newspaper reporter and then not questioning anything or getting involved in any other way throughout the rest of the story. I don't know if that was changed in the book or not, but if not, I don't buy that. Angus is way to nosy not to get involved completely. As I said, this novel was much better than the first one and definitely worthy of reading even if you didn't care for the first one. It has a good story line and ties up many loose ends. I don't think there will be a third book. This one seems pretty final. Thank you to Knopf Books for Young Readers and Net Galley for the e-ARC. All opinions in this review are my own. I was not compensated for my review in any way.

  7. 5 out of 5

    usagi ☆ミ

    2.5/5 stars. Definitely better than the first book, I can say that for sure. But at the same time, this was still lacking a great deal. While the author has grown a lot in certain departments, she still has a lot to learn in others. "Fury's Fire" is a pretty quick read, so I didn't lose much time over this one. Still, I had high hopes for this one and while what I was given was adequate, it was barely just. The area the author improved in the most from book 1 was worldbuilding. I won't give anyone 2.5/5 stars. Definitely better than the first book, I can say that for sure. But at the same time, this was still lacking a great deal. While the author has grown a lot in certain departments, she still has a lot to learn in others. "Fury's Fire" is a pretty quick read, so I didn't lose much time over this one. Still, I had high hopes for this one and while what I was given was adequate, it was barely just. The area the author improved in the most from book 1 was worldbuilding. I won't give anyone spoilers, but her ability to work in the more arcane area of Greek myths concerning sirens was GREAT - but at the same time, it wasn't enough. I needed more. Unlike the fire mentioned in the book, this flame burned much too shortly. We were only given hints, and not the full story that we should have been getting in this area of worldbuilding (and plot, since this is a very plot-driven series) at this point in the series. The character journey arcs - well, at least Gretchen did undergo SOME transformation during her arc (which takes up most of the book), but like the previously mentioned elements, just wasn't enough information to make it real and tangible in its brevity. No one else really seems to change in this book, and I think that's what also really bothered me. The pace, while better this time, went too much in the other direction - it was too fast. I wasn't able to linger in areas I wanted to linger in, and found myself lingering in areas I just didn't care about. I wanted more of the worldbuilding and less of Will and Gretchen bickering about how he's overprotective (but not really). The revelations we did get in the character department were far too short-lived - and some of it wasn't even explained. Final verdict? Not the best mermaid/siren book I've read, and I don't think that I'll be finishing this series. I just don't have the time, and the development is just too slow for me for me to keep waiting on. I can't really recommend it, but I can't completely shoot it down, either. I guess you could say I feel very "meh" about it. And I wish I didn't. Those who enjoyed the first novel will probably enjoy this one too. Those who didn't - well, give it a try, anyway, and see how you feel about it. "Fury's Fire" is out from Random House Children's July 10th, 2012 in North America, so be sure to check it out then! (posted to goodreads, shelfari, and birthofanewwitch.wordpress.com)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alanna (The Flashlight Reader)

    I really like this series! The mermaids in this story are terrifying! It’s no wonder that Lisa Papademetriou calls them sirens. They are vicious. In Fury’s Fire, the suspense factor is amped up to a whole new level. I loved that some of the old characters that seemed so stable in the first book (Siren’s Storm) have deeply troubling secrets that surface in this book. That really added to the mystery that shrouds Fury’s Fire. Another thing that I liked a lot was the growing romance between Gretche I really like this series! The mermaids in this story are terrifying! It’s no wonder that Lisa Papademetriou calls them sirens. They are vicious. In Fury’s Fire, the suspense factor is amped up to a whole new level. I loved that some of the old characters that seemed so stable in the first book (Siren’s Storm) have deeply troubling secrets that surface in this book. That really added to the mystery that shrouds Fury’s Fire. Another thing that I liked a lot was the growing romance between Gretchen and Will. They finally crossed passed that “friend” line and realized that they felt deeper feelings for one another. It wasn’t one of those overly sweet fakey romances either. It was believable and flawed, which made it perfect. I also liked that the new character, Mafer. She was a great compliment to the story, even if she didn’t have a large part. I hope we see more of her in the next book. Another character I want to see more of is crazy Kirk and Angus. Kirk adds so much to this story that it’s hard to imagine a book without him. Angus is just nice comic relief. I have to admit that the biggest surprise I found in Fury’s Fire was the mythology element. Yep, that’s right: Mythology. Gretchen had a run in with Calypso in Siren’s Song, but now she is battling against Circe. Oh, and don’t forget the HUGE role that the Fury’s play in this tale. Now that was a complete shocker—and I’m usually pretty good at figuring out plots. I knew there was something special about one of the characters, but I never guess that outcome. I geek out over mythology and mermaids, so when you combine the two, I don’t know how to handle myself. I thought the inclusion of Circe as an antagonist was clever and well handled. This is not the series for you if you want rainbows and kittens with your mermaid story. These mermaids are hardcore killers bent on destroying men. In fact, the seek them out and slice them up with their razor sharp teeth and claws. How’s that for the warm fuzzies? If you like darker stories that develop slowly, then you should give Fury’s Fire a try. You might find yourself pleasantly surprised.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Angela Fristoe

    Let me start off by saying that I haven't read the first book Siren's Storm. Because I somehow missed the opening line of the synopsis about this being a sequel, I was pretty confused when I started reading Fury's Fire. By the second chapter it was pretty clear I had missed some pretty big events, but I didn't let that discourage me. I kept reading, and I'm glad I did, although I would recommend that if you plan to read Fury's Fire, check out the Siren's Storm first. I liked both main characters, Let me start off by saying that I haven't read the first book Siren's Storm. Because I somehow missed the opening line of the synopsis about this being a sequel, I was pretty confused when I started reading Fury's Fire. By the second chapter it was pretty clear I had missed some pretty big events, but I didn't let that discourage me. I kept reading, and I'm glad I did, although I would recommend that if you plan to read Fury's Fire, check out the Siren's Storm first. I liked both main characters, Will and Gretchen. But the relationship bet ween them is where I found myself losing interest. Will is over protective, deliberately hiding things from Gretchen and acting possessive and jealous. As for Gretchen, I couldn't understand why she was with Will. There are no thoughts about their relationship. All of that comes form Will, making it seem very one sided and I wasn't invested in their romance because of this. What kept me from giving this 4 stars is the over use of dreams and retelling of the past. I lost track of how many chapters started with a dream or memory, and even the ending seemed to be disconnected. After the main action, there is no aftermath, just an epilogue that tells me what has happened in the weeks since. I also had a hard time understanding why the villain in this story always went for the public kill. There were plenty of opportunities for the villain to get to Gretchen when only the two of them were present. It just didn't make sense to me. Overall, Fury's Fire is an interesting read, and even though I wasn't sure exactly what happened in Siren's Storm, Papademetriou fed in enough back story so I was able to fill in enough details to figure out what was going on. She had a clean style that kept the plot moving at a nice flow, and the book was a very quick read. Check out more of my reviews on my blog Turning the Pages

  10. 4 out of 5

    Devon Ashley

    Will is annoyingly overprotective of Gretchen. She just sent a group of malicious sirens to their death, but just like the time before, she doesn't remember anything other than the hints that come through in her dreams. Will was there and could tell her, but it's like he thinks she's too fragile to learn what she is, or maybe he doesn't want to admit that Gretchen's strong enough to take care of herself without his help. Sorry, but males that try to bottle up women 'to keep them safe' just reall Will is annoyingly overprotective of Gretchen. She just sent a group of malicious sirens to their death, but just like the time before, she doesn't remember anything other than the hints that come through in her dreams. Will was there and could tell her, but it's like he thinks she's too fragile to learn what she is, or maybe he doesn't want to admit that Gretchen's strong enough to take care of herself without his help. Sorry, but males that try to bottle up women 'to keep them safe' just really tick me off. I read Siren's Storm and Fury's Fire back to back, but I have to say I enjoyed the first better than the second. There just wasn't enough suspense in Fury's Fire to really keep me captivated. What you just read in the synopsis...yeah, that pretty much sums up the whole story, sans learning what is plaguing Gretchen, so I can't really add anything more without giving away one of the book's two secrets, and if I do that, what's the point of you reading it? The characters came off a little blah to me, and I didn't really seem to care if Gretchen or Will died in the end. I just didn't feel connected with them. And I guess you could call this a paranormal romance, but it's a weak one. Although Gretchen and Will are interested in one another, neither of them seemed willing to step up and make a real go of it, because their relationship is filled with nothing but mistrust and unspoken truths. FYI...couples that don't talk things out and keep obvious secrets quiet, aren't likely to succeed, and can be incredibly frustrating to read about. Sorry, this book just wasn't for me, but maybe it is for you. If you really liked Siren's Storm, there's a good chance you'll be okay with what was given in Fury's Fire. ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Page (One Book At A Time)

    I wasn't sure I was going to read this. I've been trying to make it a goal to not seek out every sequel to books I've read. Especially those that I felt were just average. But, this one I just had a hard time saying no too. I think the biggest thing the drew me back to the story was that I don't think Getchen fully knew who she was. And if she doesn't know who she is, how can she possibly understand what she is capable of. She had too many holes in what happened towards the end of book one. Will I wasn't sure I was going to read this. I've been trying to make it a goal to not seek out every sequel to books I've read. Especially those that I felt were just average. But, this one I just had a hard time saying no too. I think the biggest thing the drew me back to the story was that I don't think Getchen fully knew who she was. And if she doesn't know who she is, how can she possibly understand what she is capable of. She had too many holes in what happened towards the end of book one. Will may have witnessed it all, but he seems to hesitant to believe what he really saw. And how can he tell Gretchen what he think really happened? I understand when characters go through some changed when major events happen. But, for some reason Will and Gretchen feel off in this book. Gretchen seems to blame Will for every little thing that happens. Will tiptoes around her afraid of what she might do or say. Plus, he hides things from her. It's never better to let someone learn the truth in some other fashion. I did like the story behind who Gretchen really is. There's a lot of mythology woven into it. Sadly, the last battle seems week and the story took to long to get there.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    Great sequel. Better and deeper than the first book. The mythology just keeps getting better and better. Gretchen’s becoming the Fury! It reminds me of the Angelfire series mixed with Tricia Rayburn’s Siren series. The book goes a lot faster and is way shorter, but it still leaves an impression. I love the resort town setting, and the mysterious happenings. Sleepy seaside towns full of dark secrets and creatures. Sirens and a Fury. Gretchen is a great character. Will’s okay, but I like Angus bet Great sequel. Better and deeper than the first book. The mythology just keeps getting better and better. Gretchen’s becoming the Fury! It reminds me of the Angelfire series mixed with Tricia Rayburn’s Siren series. The book goes a lot faster and is way shorter, but it still leaves an impression. I love the resort town setting, and the mysterious happenings. Sleepy seaside towns full of dark secrets and creatures. Sirens and a Fury. Gretchen is a great character. Will’s okay, but I like Angus better. He’s funny and always looking for a story. Asia’s gone, but the story goes on. If you’re looking for a mermaid book, this series doesn’t include any sea kingdoms or mer-people. These are sirens. Bad mermaids. If you liked the Siren series, this series is similar. Cover Art Review: I like the color, and the hair. But it feels boring otherwise. It needs more to say that it’s paranormal. The glow and flames on the title looks cool. ~Haley G My blog: http://breathlessbookreviews.blogspot...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I was intrigued to see where the story would end up since the first book had kind of a turbulent ending. I mean, the main conflict was resolved, I just didn’t know how things could move on from there. I’m also still a teensy bit in love with Will. I really wanted Gretchen to get better – or at least come to terms with all of the changes going on in her life. This story was interesting, but it didn’t really snag my attention as much as the first novel, Siren’s Storm LINK. I still enjoyed it and I I was intrigued to see where the story would end up since the first book had kind of a turbulent ending. I mean, the main conflict was resolved, I just didn’t know how things could move on from there. I’m also still a teensy bit in love with Will. I really wanted Gretchen to get better – or at least come to terms with all of the changes going on in her life. This story was interesting, but it didn’t really snag my attention as much as the first novel, Siren’s Storm LINK. I still enjoyed it and I liked seeing these fantasy creatures (sirens) because they aren’t portrayed in novels very often. I enjoyed this story, but not sure if I’m going to continue reading the series (if there’s more books). *ARC generously provided through NetGalley by publisher in exchange for my honest review. **Taken from My Sentiments Exactly!: http://reviewsatmse.blogspot.com/2013...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eden Grey

    Although I hadn't read the first book in the series because I was reading this one specifically to review it and didn't have time, I opened it up fully expecting to have to deal with not knowing the characters, the places, and not understanding the exposition. That didn't really happen. It was really easy to pick up on what had happened in the last book from the protagonists' musings and from there understand what they were feeling about it. However, I was incredibly bored with the dialogue, the Although I hadn't read the first book in the series because I was reading this one specifically to review it and didn't have time, I opened it up fully expecting to have to deal with not knowing the characters, the places, and not understanding the exposition. That didn't really happen. It was really easy to pick up on what had happened in the last book from the protagonists' musings and from there understand what they were feeling about it. However, I was incredibly bored with the dialogue, the slow plot pace, and I found the characterization pretty terrible. I would recommend this book for middle grade readers looking for an introduction into Young Adult fiction and who are interested in the paranormal and mythology. The text is very large and widely spaced, the plot moves slow enough for them to follow, and the romance between the protagonists is mild but totally relateable for middle school-aged students. I would not recommend it to an older reader.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Merrilyn Tucker

    In this sequel to Siren's Storm, Gretchen discovers that she has the power of fire. She is Tisiphone, avenger of murder. Tim, Will's dead brother, is now Gretchen's protector. Circe takes over Mafer's (Gretchen's friend from school) body and tries to kill Gretchen. The Archers still mourn Will's brother, Tim, who died in a "drowning," seekrieger attack. Whereas Siren's Storm held my interest with its plot twists and character development, Fury's Fire felt like slow and hard work to get through. In this sequel to Siren's Storm, Gretchen discovers that she has the power of fire. She is Tisiphone, avenger of murder. Tim, Will's dead brother, is now Gretchen's protector. Circe takes over Mafer's (Gretchen's friend from school) body and tries to kill Gretchen. The Archers still mourn Will's brother, Tim, who died in a "drowning," seekrieger attack. Whereas Siren's Storm held my interest with its plot twists and character development, Fury's Fire felt like slow and hard work to get through. The characters were flat or only partially fleshed out and oddly dispassionate. I had difficulty suspending my disbelief about the town's ignorance of a seekrieger-filled bay and of high school life and AP classes being so inconsequential. I wish that Siren's Storm had been a stand alone novel.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Terri Dion

    I had the priglige to recieve an arc copy of this book which comes out July 10 2012. I wish i had read the first book in the series Siren's Storm before I read this one becuse I would have liked to enjoy it from the begining. This book was a very easy read and i liked it very much i just wish it had been longer. It was only 256 pages and it left me wanting more. When i was done i felt like i had just read a novella and not a ful length novel. All in all it was a good book and I would recomend i I had the priglige to recieve an arc copy of this book which comes out July 10 2012. I wish i had read the first book in the series Siren's Storm before I read this one becuse I would have liked to enjoy it from the begining. This book was a very easy read and i liked it very much i just wish it had been longer. It was only 256 pages and it left me wanting more. When i was done i felt like i had just read a novella and not a ful length novel. All in all it was a good book and I would recomend it to any one with a couple hours of spare time.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kay - Lee

    This book was as good as the first. Interesting storyline and characters made for a good read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Blaize

    This was a huge disappointment considering the first book was pretty good.

  19. 4 out of 5

    janie love

    love it

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This book was good. In my opinion, it was a little odd. It has a lot of fantasy and mysteries. The genre of this book is definitely fiction.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Esmeralda

    It was interesting.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amy Munoz

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mila2212

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kris Cram

  25. 4 out of 5

    Teagan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Karalynne

  27. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Bowen

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chloe (Girl In The Woods Reviews)

  29. 4 out of 5

    ansley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lola Kyle

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