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Rogue Wave (2015)

by Jennifer Donnelly

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Serafina and Neela go out on the journey to find the talismans while the others search for the other talismans in their Realms. Serafina travels to Miromara where she sees her city in ruins. Serafina goes to a library to search for the conches about the talismans. She finds out that hers is a shipwreck of a old Spanish queen. Neela travels back to her realm. Her parents lock her in her room because they think she's crazy. Neela's talisman is guarded by fearsome razor mouth dragons. Serafina's talisman is guarded by a shipwreck ghost and you have to bring them to the shore far enough so they can escape. The other four girls are still looking for their talismans.
Rogue Wave by Jennifer Donnelly is a really good book. You feel like you are in the story in real life. Jennifer Donnelly describes everything in detail. Rogue Wave is the second book of the Epic Saga series. It all begin with Deep Blue. The book is about Mermaids so I recommend this book to teens who like a fantasy story. This book got 5 stars because it is a really good series worth reading. ( )
  AlishaM.B3 | Apr 26, 2015 |
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The sea is never still.
It pounds on the shore
Restless as a young heart,
Hunting.

The sea speaks
And only the stormy hearts
Know what it says...

--From "Young Sea,"
by Carl Sandburg
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For the awesome Steve Malk,
with gratitude
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Prologue:  Behind the silver glass, the man with no eyes smiled.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0804168636, Audio CD)

Serafina, Neela, Ling, Ava, Becca, and Astrid, six mermaids from realms scattered throughout the seas and freshwaters, were summoned by the leader of the river witches to learn an incredible truth: the mermaids are direct descendants of the Six Who Ruled-powerful mages who once governed the lost empire of Atlantis. The ancient evil that destroyed Atlantis is stirring again, and only the mermaids can defeat it. To do so, they need to find magical talismans that belonged to the Six.

Serafina believes her talisman was buried with an old shipwreck. While researching its location, she is almost discovered by a death rider patrol led by someone familiar. . . . The pain of seeing him turned traitor is devastating.

Neela travels to Matali to warn her parents of the grave threat facing their world. But they find her story outlandish; a sign that she needs to be confined to her chamber for rest and recovery. She escapes and travels to Kandina, where her talisman is in the possession of fearsome razormouth dragons.

As they hunt for their talismans, both Serafina and Neela find reserves of courage and cunning they didn't know they possessed. They face down danger and death, only to endure a game-changing betrayal, as shocking as a rogue wave.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:15 -0400)

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