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When the mysterious and passionate Rhane rescues Kali from an attacker in the theater parking lot, they form an immediate, smoldering connection. But Kali doesn't remember Rhane or anything from their past. As far as Kali knows, she's just a seventeen-year-old kid coping with an insatiable hunger for the “spark” or energy of others, feeding on classmates to survive.
A unique artifact—one that may hold the key to returning Kali’s memories—is uncovered by the archaeology firm where she works part-time, sending Kali and Rhane on a dangerous journey that leads them to the Forbidden City, into the unforgiving Gobi, and into the ruins of Rhane’s ancient homeland. As they fight for survival, Kali begins to discover who she really is and the true power she possesses. But Rhane still harbors a secret that could destroy Kali…unless old enemies kill her first.
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This book is terrible. They don't mention any sexual scenes and they also don't show any mermaids. Yes mermaids are sirens. It was lame and boring. And the story line was awfully to quick. I say this book is recommended sixteen and up. There are touching scenes and flirty jokes. My child read this and oh how dreadful it was.
This book was by no means terrible, but it lacked cohesion in some places that left me really confused. The siren talk leads me to think that the main character should have been on a swim team or something, but no, she has no idea what she is and apparently has never tried finding references to lifeforce sucking females that love water on the internet to find out. Also this Gabrial thing is very rushed, and the builders don’t make any sence. But overall I dod love reading it.
This was a great read, full of action and several laugh out loud moments. Yeah it's young adult but I loved it. Also there's a lot of suspense! I could not stop turning the pages. Definitely going to read book two!