Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller pdf is the second book of the Daughter of the Pirate King (Series) duology by Tricia Levenseller. The capable, confident, and occasionally ruthless heroine of Daughter of the Pirate King is back in this action-packed YA sequel that promises rousing high seas adventures and the perfect dash of magic.
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Daughter of the Siren Queen pdf Summary
Alosa’s mission is finally complete. Not only has she recovered all three pieces of the map to a legendary hidden treasure, but the pirates who originally took her captive are now prisoners on her ship. Still unfairly attractive and unexpectedly loyal, first mate Riden is a constant distraction, but now he’s under her orders. And she takes great comfort in knowing that the villainous Vordan will soon be facing her father’s justice. When Vordan exposes a secret her father has kept for years, Alosa and her crew find themselves in a deadly race with the feared Pirate King. Despite the danger, Alosa knows they will recover the treasure first . . . after all, she is the daughter of the Siren Queen.
In Daughter of the Siren Queen, Tricia Levenseller brings together the perfect mix of thrilling action, tense battle scenes, and a heart-pounding romance.
Daughter of the Siren Queen Author – Tricia Levenseller
Tricia Levenseller, whose books include Daughter of the Pirate King, its sequel Daughter of the Siren Queen, and Warrior of the Wild, is from a small town in Oregon, but now lives next to the Rocky Mountains in Utah with her bossy dog, Rosy. She received her degree in English language and editing, and she is thrilled that she never has to read a textbook again. When she’s not writing or reading, Tricia enjoys putting together jigsaw puzzles, playing Overwatch, and watching her favorite TV shows while eating extra-buttered popcorn.
Daughter of Siren Queen Book Information (Amazon)
- Publisher : Square Fish; Reprint edition (February 26, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 368 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1250294606
- ISBN-13 : 978-1250294609
- Reading age : 13 – 18 years
- Grade level : 7 – 9
- Item Weight : 11.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.47 x 0.99 x 8.15 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,602 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #4 in Teen & Young Adult Pirate Action & Adventure
- #19 in Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Self Esteem & Reliance
- #27 in Teen & Young Adult Historical Romance
- Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 4,014 ratings
Daughter of the siren queen pdf Quotes
- She curtsies elegantly before skipping off, probably to weave flowers into crowns or to hug a barnacle, or something
- I have twenty-eight excellent girls aboard this ship, and their pasts have shaped them. Just as yours has shaped you. And every single one o.
- Three coins into the sea, Captain. One for the stars, one for the sky and one for the ocean” he says. “what need have they for money?” “It’s…
- I braved the ocean for you. Will you brave land for your queen?
- I may not have been born in the sea, but I was born to rule it. I am the daughter of the siren queen.
- I’m a pirate,” I remind him. “Yes. I just can’t figure out if you’re a good pirate or a really good pirate.
- I live on the cusp of two worlds, trying desperately to fit into one.
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Editorial Reviews and praise for the book
“This lady Jack Sparrow is back, and she’s fiercer and wittier than ever!” ―Elly Blake, New York Times bestselling author of Frostblood
“Levenseller is just as much a siren as her protagonist―her words will pull you in, and there’s no escaping them.” ―Charlie N. Holmberg, author of The Paper Magician Series.
“Levenseller comes into her own in this sequel to Daughter of the Pirate King (2017), penning an argh-worthy blend of pirate derring-do and lively romance. . . . Deadly sirens join the ranks of strong, smart females in this book, giving it a definite feminist edge.” ―Booklist
“The author has yet again captured the adventure, romance, and ruthless ways of the high seas in this sequel to Daughter of the Pirate King. . . . This fast-moving adventure with strong female characters would be great for those who love a good pirate story, a touch of romance, and action-packed sword fighting.” ―School Library Journal
“Levenseller has created a formidable female character who can take care of herself as she makes some hard decisions. Hand to skilled readers seeking true adventure with swashbuckling, sword fighting, and a great problem-solving heroine.” ―School Library Journal
“Readers should rejoice, because we now have a lady Jack Sparrow on our hands! Daughter of the Pirate King kidnapped my interest from the first chapter and never let it go! It’s a superior debut with a deeply entangled romance, a fearsome heroine not to be trifled with, a clever hero that you seriously want to trifle with, and a plot twist that makes a rollercoaster seem stable. With a cunning plot, robust writing, and complicated characters, any reader will enjoy being in Levenseller’s capable hands. Definitely for fans of Pirates of the Caribbean, fierce heroines, slow-burning romances, and adventures that can turn sour in the space of a gasp.” ―Anna Banks, author of the New York Times Bestseller Of Triton
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Simply amazing. Edited march 22, 2021.
’’THE SOUND OF MY knife slitting across a throat feels much too loud in the darkness.’’
You know the kind of book that just pulls you in from the start and doesn’t let go until you’ve turned the last page? The one you can hardly put down, because you just have to know what happens next? This is one of those!
Daughter of the Siren Queen is an action packed adventure where the author puts so much love into creating her characters that you can’t help but love them yourself.
After having recovered all three pieces of the map, all is set for the big fleet to set out for the legendary Siren island and the promised treasure.
When Vordan exposes a secret the Pirate King has kept hidden for years, Alosa and her crew find themselves in a deadly race against her ruthless father. Now their only hope is to find the island and retrieve the treasure themselves, or suffer the consequences.
Alosa is the brutal, strong willed and level headed heroine who puts her crew before everything.
“If I have to ask you one more time, I’ll start singing,” I warn. “What should I make you do first? Break your legs? Draw pictures on the walls in your own blood?”
Not only is she a badass pirate, but the author managed to make her even more awesome by making her a half-siren feminist.
“To be the siren is to never be afraid. To never hunger or thirst. Never doubt or worry. Never fear.”
You wouldn’t give a second thought to a couple of men aboard your ship behaving in such a way or talking such talk. You do not get to judge us more harshly for being women. It’s not fair, and it doesn’t make sense. Not to mention I’ll throw your arse overboard if I catch you doing it again.”
Not to mention she has her priorities straight. “I will go to her as soon as we’re safe. For now, I need to be captain.”
“I need to swallow my nausea and pride in this moment. Forget what it does to my dignity.”
I was hooked from start to finish, and even though I would have loved to read more about Alosa, Riden and their crew, I feel like this is a worthy ending to an epic adventure.
Now we need more Sorinda and Kearan!
“Part of me will always miss it, I think. This place where my family resides. But I will be back when we can spare the time.”
I think this sentence was created for all of her readers, because I will, without a doubt, re-read this duology, when I have time to spare.
Sabrina. Edited may 18, 2018
I absolutely adore it how the sirens have such a big part in this book. I’m obsessed with anything siren and pirates.
So yeah, this book was just made for me.
I expected this book to be a lighthearted read, and it was, sometimes, there was a lot more death then I expected and everything getting in the way of my OTP finally getting together was just irritating me so bloody much.
All the time I was like Alosa is such a badass, seriously she never gives up even when things go to shit and when it seems like there isn’t a way out she keeps going until she finds it. She’s very sarcastic too. Riden is BAE. I wanted to see a book with his POV. Sad we didn’t get that. All of the crew were just fantastic, and I adore them all. And all of them were shipping Alosa and Riden together. And we got a character that was drunk the majority of the time.
Reviews from Customers on Amazon
Melissa C. An exciting ending to this duology of pirates, adventure, sirens and treasures
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2021
At the end of Daughter of the Pirate King, Alosa took prisoners from the ship that held her captive, then killed everyone else. Two of those prisoners joined her crew, the younger ones were secretly released, Riden was injured but still considered a prisoner, and his brother Draxen was taken to the Pirate King’s keep to be held in a dark dungeon for his cruel treatment of the princess. Alosa only manages to keep him alive for Riden’s sake, otherwise he would already be dead.
Now in part 2 of the duology, Daughter of the Siren Queen, Riden has healed and agrees to join Alosa’s crew. This is with the understanding that he is still a prisoner, the price for keeping Draxen alive. At least that’s what Alosa tells herself to keep him around… They return to the Pirate King’s keep after obtaining the final piece of the map so they can regroup with the other captains and plan the journey to claim the siren’s treasure horde.
When events happen at the keep and Alosa must help one of the Pirate King’s prisoners escape, her crew agrees to join her and support her defiance of her father, knowing what will happen to them if he catches them. The only way to avoid that outcome is to race ahead to the siren treasure and claim it first, hoping the rest of the pirate fleet will turn on the King to join Alosa for their share of the treasure. But it is difficult to survive long enough to get to the siren’s island, even with all three pieces of the map. Alosa’s crew is brave and skilled, but not everyone survives the journey. There are many terrible events they must endure to obtain the treasure, and some are not for the faint of heart, or even the steely-hearted… We get to know the crew of the Ava-Lee a lot better in this book and go through several exciting encounters with them. They are a capable pirate crew, all talented and ruthless. They are also protective and loyal to their own crew and captain, which is like family for all of them. They were all gathered by Alosa from their own tragic backstories to form her crew and become formidable pirates, to become a family. They take care of each other and understand each other.
Throughout the journey, Alosa struggles with her human and sirens halves, her parents’ history, and what she should do if she finds her mother, the Siren Queen. She is afraid of what she becomes in the water, a mindless beast made for seducing and killing men. She loses her humanity when she becomes the siren. Only a few times was she ever able to break the hold on her mind and stay in control, and that was with Riden’s help. She has to figure out why, and if she can eventually keep control of her siren side and use her abilities to protect her crew. Without this edge, they won’t be able to outrun the Pirate King’s fleet or outsmart him. They won’t survive this time. And Alosa must save her crew, her family. They are everything to her, more than treasure or pirating.
Despite their shared experiences of saving each other from the first book, and Riden’s confession that he feels compelled to take care of her and that wasn’t the result of a siren song, Alosa believes that Riden can’t possibly be sincerely interested in her. She convinces herself that his advances toward her are acts of a prisoner trying to play up his captor until he can free his brother. This is maddeningly frustrating through the entire book! They do a lot of back and forth, even some steamy tempting scenes where they finally almost give in and admit their feelings, before one or the other of them gets distracted or offended or angry or hurt or says the wrong thing or the timing is just not right. SO. MANY. TIMES! Just spit it out! The tension is killing me!
Alosa honestly cares for him but doesn’t want to be hurt or tricked. She was trained to not trust anyone but her own strength and skill. Riden honestly cares for her but doesn’t want to rush or take advantage of her until she understands and admits her true feelings. He may be a pirate, but he’s also honorable, sensitive, and compassionate, and he can see that she is at odds with herself. And they both need to overcome some of their dark history and parental abuse before they can cope with other strong emotions like love. When they finally figure it out by the end, it’s just sort of accepted and neatly glossed over and they move on. Almost a let down after all the buildup and tension.
Overall, I really liked this duology and wish there was more. I’d like to see the reign of the Siren Pirate Queen! (Come on, that can’t be a spoiler for you. Of course she survives and has a happy pirate ending!) Just a few things about the ending that wrapped up too quickly for my taste that I would have liked to see fleshed out more. But I liked the characters, especially Riden, and the little girl on the ship, Roslyn. She was so cute and fierce and clever! Alosa knew how to recruit a formidable crew. Maybe I’ll sign up for her next adventure too!
Common sense: Like I said for the first book, these are pirates, ruthless and deadly. They kill without remorse or concern. They steal, drink, and laugh. They care about treasure and pleasure. There is some drinking and swearing in this book, and more gory fight scenes and injuries/deaths from sword and musket. There are seductive sirens that drag men under the ocean and play with their dead bodies after they drown. Sirens don’t wear clothes, because why would you need clothes when you live under the water, so that is mentioned, though not dwelled upon. There are some intimate scenes between the main characters alone in her cabin, kissing, caressing, and some undressing before they are interrupted. Just keep in mind that this is a young adult novel, definitely too much for kids. I would recommend probably high school and up.
Ida vine voice. I couldn’t be happier
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2020
This was not only a very thrilling story but a wonderfully impactful ending to series. Although I liked the first book better, Daughter of the Siren Queen was a great continuation in both action, adventure and romance. Daughter of the Siren Queen starts of two month from where the previous book ended, and what a start it had. It jumped immediately into action with Alosa and her crew stealing the last big piece of the puzzle only to get back to the ship and sail for the next and their biggest adventure yet. There were tension and secrets revealed early on along the way, building up the thrill and the drama. I especially loved the tension between Alosa and Riden, now having somewhat switched positions from book one, yet both knowing there is more between them now, and her trying to figure out what Riden’s agenda is in his interactions with her. And then her father’s agenda and love comes to be questioned.
Her father’s secret was pretty much the catalyst to everything, brining it full circle from book one. I absolutely love the uncertainty and the betrayal between Alosa and her father, as well as the arguments and unsteady waters between her and Riden. Although, I did feel that neither she nor Riden were as snarky and flirty (for lack of better word) as in the first book, making both of them lose a bit of that personality both showed in Daughter of the Pirate King. However, I still loved what they brought to this book and the rocky but toe curling relationship that developed between them. I also liked the more complex insight to the siren side of Alosa and Riden’s part in all of that. It really made the romance all the more stronger and gave the ending a bigger high point.
All in all I couldn’t be happier with the conclusion to this wonderful world and complex characters. Even though I liked the first book better it really would be an insult to give this book anything other than five stars.
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