Reviews from the Tour
Lila struggles to make friends and be accepted. Finally she is accepted by "the in group" and things get better for awhile. Again she is rejected from the group and is miserable but this time she loses someone that has come to mean a lot to her.
Full of paranormal suspense and teen angst, this book will keep you reading.
I love the incorporated mythology into this book. I found it interesting before, but after reading this book, I love the story even more. The uniqueness of this book surprised me. The Author did such an amazing job of coming up with something new. I will not get this book confused with another similar work- because there is no book near this one.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and was shocked at the end. I had not expected that. The author took risks and they paid off.
If you want a book with Mythology, mystery, heartache, confusion, romance, and –oh, yeah- wolves, then check this series out
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Smith creates a world where mythology meets reality to give birth these magical creatures with sassy personalities. With a story told from Lila’s point of view, Wolf Sirens introduces us in the path of an extraordinary girl.
This is a story with a beautiful writing style, a solid story upon which the wolves myth is built and with likable characters. One of the strongest point of the book is the ability the author has to keep us conjecturing all the time, to not reveal unnecessary information and most important to really portrait the passion and strength behind Lila’s actions
The author does a wonderful job putting her own spin in mythology. Yes there is a lot of werewolf books out but these one will have no problem standing out on it's own. The way it is written is wonderful and seems different. I really like the authors way of writing. The plot has a twist to it that does leave you wanting more. If you think you have read all the same old books about werewolves pick this one up. I am sure it will change your mind.
4 out of 5 Stars
Wolf Sirens was a mixture of paranormal and mythology, the legend of Artemis leads for an intriguing read. I liked the way this was paced, you are not sure what the secrets each of the teens is keeping or what their interest in Lila, but as it unfolds the book is impossible to put down. I can’t wait until the next book in the series, it looks to be an exceptional series.