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Dan is excited to find little, telepathic penguin-like creatures in his garden's tool shed. They understand him so well and know how much he misses his mother, who passed away the year before. They are cute and vulnerable, and to keep them safe Dan hides them from his father. But when he learns that their presence may mean life or death for his family, Dan has to make the Dan is excited to find little, telepathic penguin-like creatures in his garden's tool shed. They understand him so well and know how much he misses his mother, who passed away the year before. They are cute and vulnerable, and to keep them safe Dan hides them from his father. But when he learns that their presence may mean life or death for his family, Dan has to make the toughest decision of his life. A version of this story was published in Aoife's Kiss.


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Dan is excited to find little, telepathic penguin-like creatures in his garden's tool shed. They understand him so well and know how much he misses his mother, who passed away the year before. They are cute and vulnerable, and to keep them safe Dan hides them from his father. But when he learns that their presence may mean life or death for his family, Dan has to make the Dan is excited to find little, telepathic penguin-like creatures in his garden's tool shed. They understand him so well and know how much he misses his mother, who passed away the year before. They are cute and vulnerable, and to keep them safe Dan hides them from his father. But when he learns that their presence may mean life or death for his family, Dan has to make the toughest decision of his life. A version of this story was published in Aoife's Kiss.

43 review for The Blue Sirens

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Clever little first contact story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    This was an interesting and entertaining short story (though I will count it a book as far as the reading challenge is concerned -- I'm several books behind). A young boy, Dan, discovers some little penguin-like creatures in the sink in the shed near his house. These creatures can talk to him telepathically, but his older sister cannot hear them. What does one do in such situations? Again, an entertaining story. There is sufficient characterization for the sake of the story. We don't get the full This was an interesting and entertaining short story (though I will count it a book as far as the reading challenge is concerned -- I'm several books behind). A young boy, Dan, discovers some little penguin-like creatures in the sink in the shed near his house. These creatures can talk to him telepathically, but his older sister cannot hear them. What does one do in such situations? Again, an entertaining story. There is sufficient characterization for the sake of the story. We don't get the full psychological profile of each actor, but we get the essence of each one, even the skim-too-fast-and-you-will-miss-him doctor. A short story with a tad more depth than one would expect, at least more than I expected.

  3. 4 out of 5

    John McCue

    Short story that grows on you. This is short story about a boy finding strange creatures in his father's shed. He is faced with a choice of what is more important to him. We never know precisely what the creatures are or how they came to be in the shed, maybe if this were a longer story that might have been included or it might not. Short story that grows on you. This is short story about a boy finding strange creatures in his father's shed. He is faced with a choice of what is more important to him. We never know precisely what the creatures are or how they came to be in the shed, maybe if this were a longer story that might have been included or it might not.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    A good short story A good short story. Love the spooky penguins! It’s an original idea and I love the descriptive writing. A good read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Very short story Quick read, cute little story but at the same time has a unique way to keep you reading it and wondering what these little Be Sirens actually are

  6. 5 out of 5

    Saundra Wright

    What could be more magical than tiny, giggling, blue penguins? These creatures would seem to be a child's fantasy. But could there be a more ominous side to them? What could be more magical than tiny, giggling, blue penguins? These creatures would seem to be a child's fantasy. But could there be a more ominous side to them?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    This is a cute little story, although it has a surprisingly ominous twist towards the end. It was deeper than I expected a story of this length to be. I do wish it was a tad bit longer though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Alva

    Awesome little story! I would eagerly recommend this short story to anyone who likes fantasy, sci-fi, and thrillers. Perfect for young readers looking for their genre niche.

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    Donna Ellis

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    Karen Machamer

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