Storm Siren - book review
Aside from an amazing cover (major props to whoever designed it), this is a very thrilling book (hence why I read it in just 3 days).
Storm Siren has a Hunger Games, Divergent type feel to it. A very unique story-line with characters that will make you want more.
This is book 1 of the series and it tells the story of a Nym, an Elemental who has powers that cause storms. As she struggles to deal with her past, she sees new potential in her future... and that scares her. Summoned to defend the place she calls home or face death, she chooses to be trained for war. As she falls in love, she begins to realize her potential and the freedom that comes with it.
There are many areas you will see glimpses of the amazing grace and love of Christ in this book, that is if you look for those glimpses. You'll also find yourself, most likely, somewhere in one of the characters. For me it was Nym because what girl on this plant has not dealt with self-hatred and the battle for confidence in who she is and how she was made?
I very much recommend this book. It's great for pre-teens, teens, and young adults but I think any fiction reader would really enjoy this book.
If the author sees this review, just want to say well done, Mary!! You've got yourself a hit. (Also, feel free to make it into a movie because I definitely will go see it. ;) )
*Note: I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of a review.
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