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The reader moves with tempo di allegro through Serenade, carried along by characters and dialog that feel familiar through the gorgeous New England seaboard down the coast and into a thrilling climax in Appalachia that leaves the reader at once satisfied with the resolution of the story and eagerly anticipating the sequels. Serenade will be a story that readers will pick up time and again and readers will come to regard Lorelei Clark as an old friend as they do Harry Potter, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, Tom Sawyer, or Scout Finch.
This will be my first time reading Kiebel's work and of Sirens. I loved this! It was a suspense filling, nail biting read which enthralled the reader from the very first page.
I will be honest in saying that Serenade is a tad slow to begin with, but certainly picks up the action and the pace just a little over halfway.
I thought the characters that Kiebel wrote of were developed well.
The storyline itself was intriguing, mysterious and the Greek mythology the Kiebel added, drew the reader in more, but not too much, she always made a point of leaving the reader grasping for more, asking and needing more.
When her father died in front of her Lorelei, seems to have given up on hope. Once, a girl destined for greatness with her career, a classically trained soprano, with a voice of an angel, now, having found herself falling behind with her vocals and straining too much, Lorelei decides to take a chance on an opportunity that presents itself at this tying time.
After leaving college and heading to an aunt's that she doesn't remember having, Lorelei is thrust into a world of things unimaginable. Bed time stories of Siren's luring men to their death, this becomes reality to Lorelei....but things aren't are they seem, nothing is just black and white...and Lorelei is thrust into the middle.
"Lorelei let the feeling overtake her body, and as she was consumed by the Song, she emerged a siren."
Having to deal with the weight of her family history Lorelei starts training on become what she is.....a Siren
But when things start to get out of hand, and Lorelei fights with her conscience, will she be able to live up to her aunt's expectations???
Will she be able to "help" dying souls pass peacefully and not interfere with fates desires?
Or will she Serenade the Song of the siren....
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