Today is my stop on the Surface tour! My review is below and and giveaway below that! You can see other bloggers reviews of this book by following the schedule HERE.
Surface by Tiffany Daune
Publication: February, 2013
Genre: YA Paranormal
Tour Hosted by: Xpresso Book Tours
Bound to the water bound to land, a Siren’s soul will never be safe on either side of the ocean’s surface. Hidden beneath the rolling waves lies the secret to Theia’s past and as she unveils each haunting truth, she realizes the last seventeen years of her life have been a lie. Now, drawn into a mysterious new world and with nowhere to turn, Theia must place her trust in Luc, a beautiful boy who stops her heart with each dazzling smile, but even his unearthly charm can’t hide the truth—he has secrets— dark secrets binding him to his world—an underwater world where Theia will never belong—a world determined to destroy her soul.
Surface is full of myths and mermaids and action!
Surface starts with Theia being kidnapped. So already we have some action in the house. Um…book? Theia finds out that she can breathe underwater and realises that she isn’t human.
I liked that it had different storylines intertwined, and that it wasn’t just about Theia. Finally a romance that I liked! It wasn’t totally ridiculous and I thought it was quite sweet.
Running underwater taps though! Not scientific but I would liked it if Surface had explained more about how things worked under water and things like that.
There is potential for a sequel, but it worked well as a stand-alone.
Sorry about the shortness of the review, having a bit of reviewers block. How inconvenient! (And how guilty I feel 😦 Sorry! I really enjoyed it and thats all you need to know, right?)
Here’s a trailer to make up for my rubbishness today :)Plus, it’s totally awesome!
Tiffany Daune doesn’t get why people want to grow up or why anyone would ever stop eating candy. Her purse is filled with books, lip gloss and a few pieces of Lego bricks. She writes best with a dish of chocolate chips on hand and finds licorice makes a better straw than plastic.
She lives on an island and believes mermaids may be raiding her candy stash, thoughshe hasn’t caught them, yet.
Surface is her first novel and pairs well with gummy sharks.