Daughter of the Siren Queen

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Daughter of the Siren Queen

Daughter of the Siren Queen Alosa s mission is finally complete Not only has she recovered all three pieces of the map to a legendary hidden treasure but the pirates who originally took her captive are now prisoners on her ship

  • Title: Daughter of the Siren Queen
  • Author: Tricia Levenseller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 451
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  • Alosa s mission is finally complete Not only has she recovered all three pieces of the map to a legendary hidden treasure, but the pirates who originally took her captive are now prisoners on her ship Still unfairly attractive and unexpectedly loyal, first mate Riden is a constant distraction, but now he s under her orders And she takes great comfort in knowing that theAlosa s mission is finally complete Not only has she recovered all three pieces of the map to a legendary hidden treasure, but the pirates who originally took her captive are now prisoners on her ship Still unfairly attractive and unexpectedly loyal, first mate Riden is a constant distraction, but now he s under her orders And she takes great comfort in knowing that the villainous Vordan will soon be facing her father s justice.When Vordan exposes a secret her father has kept for years, Alosa and her crew find themselves in a deadly race with the feared Pirate King Despite the danger, Alosa knows they will recover the treasure first after all, she is the daughter of the Siren Queen.

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    1. Ashley (Bound to Love YA) on said:

      THIS CANNOT COME FAST ENOUGH!!! Why must 2018 be sooooo far away! I'll totally wait for you, though, Alosa

    2. Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔ on said:

      "I may not have been born in the sea, but I was born to rule it." As was to be expected, this book was a roaring good time. It also got me out of my mini reading slump. We are reunited with our fabulous cast of female pirates, our favorite first mate, Riden, and we finally get to meet Alosa infamous mother. And, as to be expected, nothing about Alosa's family is what she believed. Just like its predecessor, this book is a fast-paced, fun, action-packed pirate adventure. Traveling to the Pirate K [...]

    3. Ronak(Pihu) Gajjar on said:

      Pure fun + Action + Twists + Romance (ughh) = Princess Alosa + Riden AllemosCertainly balanced equation! Concept: 3.0/5.0Execution: 3.0/5.0 Characters Bespoken: 3.5 /5.0Cover: 2.05.0Overall: 3.5/5.0Much more elaborate and colorful version than the first book, I never expected that it would turn out this good. (*I was expecting a movie script – Thankfully it is not but it could be turned into a movie.)Not a single second remained empty while reading it, the fast pacing and turn of events simult [...]

    4. Talía on said:

      Update: May 20th GUYSSS! IT HAS A COVER!!!I know, I wish it was a different style, but I still find it cute <3 2018, hurry uppp!----Expected publication: Feb 27th 2018!!!!Why is 2018 so FAR AWAY?!!! Also, THAT TITLE! I´m ready for more of this story! (especially more Alosa and sirens). Sign me the hell up.

    5. Stacee on said:

      It was the characters from the first book that made me interested in reading this one. I really liked Alosa and Riden and the crew. I love their fierceness and bravery. Alosa’s Siren side was extra intriguing to me and I was thrilled to see that we got to get more of her and that side. Plot wise, it was fairly fast paced. There are a lot of things going on and different facets to the overall object of the story. There are lots of battle scenes and the fluid movement of Alosa’s crew is one of [...]

    6. alice (arctic books) on said:

      4.5/5 stars. So much fun & a very satisfying ending, yet there were a few aspects that annoyed me. Full review to come!

    7. Aneta Bak on said:

      It is very rare that I like a sequel more than the first book, but this is one of those rare cases because Daughter of the Siren Queen was absolutely fantastic. I enjoyed it more than I did the first book, and I desperately don't want this story to be over yet.Alosa finally has all three pieces of the map, now its time to embark on the adventure alongside her father to retrieve the treasures kept hidden by the sirens. But when her prisoner reveals a secret, that her father has a secret weapon to [...]

    8. ♛ Garima ♛ on said:

      This book was an absolute delight to read. I inhaled it like ocean starved siren for waterI mean talk about a girl pirate who is also a siren.who also has her priorities sorted out -There is so much more I want to say to him. So much I want to demand from him. An apology, for one. Whether his captain, friend, or something more - he should not have spoken to me the way he did the other night. I won't let it slide so easily.And then answers. What plagues his mind so much that he'd rather die than [...]

    9. Jessica on said:

      "Many start to move, heeding their captain's call, but one man shouts, "No, look behind him! It's the siren bitch!" That man, I decide, dies first."So many thanks to Netgalley for sending me this ARC! If you guys don't follow me on Instagram you may not know that I have been wanting to read the follow up to Daughter of the Pirate King since I finished it almost a year ago.If you're unfamiliar with the series it follows our main character Alosa who is the daughter of both a prevalent, murderous p [...]

    10. YA and Wine on said:

      Alosa is back! And she's more fierce than ever as she and her amazing crew of kick-butt lady pirates face off against the Pirate King himself in a race to uncover a legendary hidden treasure. DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN comes alive with action, adventure, and romance, and it is beyond a doubt the most fun novel I've read this year!Alosa is so much more than a lady version of Jack Sparrow. She is brave, loving, intelligent, and fiercely loyal. She isn't just a main character that you root for, sh [...]

    11. Haadiya // Semi-Hiatus on said:

      This cover is nice too.but the previous one waser?Anyway YAY the cover is released!

    12. Aditi ~ •A Thousand Words A Million Books on said:

      Actual Rating: 4.5 StarsAS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKSI received a review copy from Macmillan International in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. The minute I saw an ARC of Daughter of the Siren Queen in a parcel from Macmillan International, I SCREAMED. I read Daughter of the Pirate King, the prequel and Tricia Levenseller’s debut a few months ago and ever since then, I’d been ITCHING to get my hands on this book. Despite the fact tha [...]

    13. Brooke on said:

      Holy. Seas. This book was 10x better than the first, and the first book was super freaking good. Daughter of the Siren Queen was absolutely AMAZING! Full review to come.Also, God bless Tricia for Riden. SUH-WOON.

    14. Sabrina The Trash Queen on said:

      I CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS SEQUEL!!!!!!! 2018 one of the best year for new releases.!!!

    15. Lesa Divine on said:

      On my March TBR. This book came out today I hurry to Barnes and Noble and grabbed it up.

    16. ♛ Garima ♛ on said:

      After very interesting #1, we have 2nd installment of series. Now why this is in Netgalley's 'Newly added' section by not available for distribution. I have to 'wish-for-it' which are never granted:(

    17. Christy on said:

      Just as amazing as the first book!Those who know me or follow me on Instagram (@cbookaddiction) know how obsessed I was with Daughter of the Pirate King so I was absolutely ecstatic when I got an ARC of DotSQ! I immediately dropped everything to read it and it was just as thrilling and amazing as the first!Alosa is one bad ass girl, and she doesn't lose that in this book, if anything it was more so. We get to see her be a captain and see how much she cares about her crew. I loved seeing this sid [...]

    18. ALEXA on said:

      4.5 stars! I really enjoyed this sequel, possibly even more than I did the first. It was fun, it was a totally different adventure for Alosa and her crew, and it gave me a lot of feels as I read. Definitely a solid addition-ending for this duology!

    19. Austine (NovelKnight) on said:

      Last year I went on a swashbuckling adventure with the young pirate captain, Alosa, and she's back for another voyage across the seas that left no room for dull moments.Daughter of the Siren Queen picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not the largest) treasure troves in the world. Levenseller immediately threw me to the sharks as the action starts on page 1. It had been a little under a year since I read Daughter of the P [...]

    20. Gaby on said:

      Definitely an enjoyable sequel. Fans of DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING, get ready for more of what you loved in book 1!

    21. Ariana on said:

      I seem to be the black sheep with all those high ratings around.Oh, believe me, no one is more disappointed than myself by these 2 stars. *sigh*What could go this wrong you wonder?Well After all the fun bantering and the chemistry from the first book (I should know, I've re-read it right before reading the sequel and oh! I had so much fun once again), DotSQ seemed pretty boring to be honest. Nothing really happened (yeah - the escape, the island and the ending, still not enough. it's not that Do [...]

    22. Christina (Ensconced in Lit) on said:

      I loved diving back into the world of Alosa and Riden (so hot!) and learning more about her Siren side. I wasn't as in love with the sequel as the first, but it was still well worth the read/ride. We get thrust back into the world right after Pirate Queen, and Alosa makes short work of some of her enemies. We learn some really important secrets at the same time she does, and some of the characters get better developed as well. There's one character in particular that I really loved, but won't ta [...]

    23. gab !! (foreverflippingpages) on said:

      Alosa has completed her dangerous mission on the Night Farer, where she risked her life to gather the missing pieces of the map that would bring her and her crew to a plethora of treasure and earn approval and praise from her father, but a hint from her enemy makes her question the man she's known, trusted and loved all her life. Alosa and her father, (not to mention, his entire fleet) are locked in a destructive battle and the outcome will determine who lives, who dies, and who rules the seas. [...]

    24. Lauren on said:

      4.5 stars. What an excellent end to an excellent duet! I think I may have even liked it more than the first, which is rare for me these days. Everything I loved about DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING was even more intense in DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN. This time, instead of infiltrating another crew, Alosa is back on her own ship of incredible lady pirates. I enjoyed getting to know her crew better and seeing Alosa as captain. Alosa also discovers more about her mother's siren side and finds out wha [...]

    25. Nida Kazi on said:

      Almost a YEAR! GODDAMIT! (I'll let you on a secret : I can imagine already Draxen and Nirdia as a pair)

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