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Siren - Tricia Rayburn I know so many people have done 4-5/5 stars but to be honest, I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would've. Siren by Tricia Rayburn is not a fantastic book, it's not terrible, but it's okay. That's why I rated it ★★. I'm sorry! I had to. Maybe someone who is interested in the murdering-siren-witches-of-the-sea would love this book more than I did. I just got let down.This novel is not so much a paranormal romance, it's more of a paranormal mystery. You go through it guessing who you think is doing all these deaths, but you kind of know it from the title. I didn't enjoy the ending at all. The beginning was excellent. It drew me in and told me a lot about the characters. The character by the way were really well drawn, easily depicted, but from Vanessa's point of view it feels like you're not even being her. It's like she's hiding some feelings, she's telling you lies, and I don't like that when it's a point of view. I think you should know everything that the person is feeling, but everything was held back and was not all there.The ending felt really kid-written and lazy. There were many unanswered questions and things I didn't understand that happened e.g. the word "Boo!" which was the word that Justine said before she disappeared and which continued throughout the rest of the book.Title: Siren (Siren #1)Author: Tricia RayburnPublisher: Egmont USAPublication Date: 13/07/2010Pages: Hardcover, 344.Source: Bought