The Wrath of Siren

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Elderfield accepts a Gateway into another realm in a desperate bid to protect the human child, Charlotte, from the Dark Druid. His good intentions go horribly wrong, threatening the destruction of all his people and condemning the Truth Teller to a life she can never escape.

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About Kurt Chambers

I am a writer of children's books, (Middle Grade.) My fantasy series first book, Truth Teller, is due to make its debut on the 25th January 2012. There are currently three books in the series, Truth Teller, The Wrath of Siren and Favian's Law. A forth book, Lost Magic, is still under development. I also have a fantasy/sci-fi novel, Unknown Reality, that I have just completed and is in the submission process. I have various other books in the pipeline including a MG novel aged at younger children, The World in Johnny's Back Garden and a fantasy adventure titled, Lost Childhood.

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Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed on on Jan. 25, 2016

I was lucky enough to be sent this sequel for review and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Continuing with Charlotte's adventures as the Truth Teller she has yet another battle to face. We are reaquainted with familiar characters and introduced to new ones in this well written and descriptive fantasy adventure.

I don't give spoilers but will say that this tale is well worth reading by a variety of ages.

I look forward to the next story in the series.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Annie McMahon reviewed on on Dec. 9, 2014

What I love the most about this story is the numerous unexpected twists. Almost every chapter ends with a cliffhanger that made me want to keep reading.

The story is told in multiple POVs, clearly delimited by sections within each chapter. I normally prefer a single POV, or alternating between two characters, but this complex story couldn't have been told as well with only one or two POVs. We see the thoughts and actions alternating between the two main characters, Charlotte and Elderfield, as well as those of some minor characters: a warrior elf, a druid assassin, and even Siren himself, sprinkled throughout the story.

I love the voice in this novel. Charlotte is a modern, human girl from England, and I just really like her thoughts and expressions. This, of course, contrasts with Elderfeld, a teenage elf from another realm, who doesn't always understand what she's saying. He gets a chance to visit her realm, and finds it fascinating, although he does get in "a bit of bother" during his short stay.

There was a bit of violence at times, mainly with creatures such as trolls and terrorhawks. There is a war raging, so of course, there has to be some more intense scenes. This would greatly appeal to most boys, and it didn't bother me, but it might be a bit too much for more sensitive readers.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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