Lost Voices

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Turtleback Books, May 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 309 pages
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Fourteen-year-old Luce reaches the depths of despair when she is assaulted and left on
the cliffs outside of her grim, gray Alaskan fishing village. She expects to die when she
tumbles into the icy waves below, but instead undergoes an astonishing transformation
and becomes a mermaid.
A tribe of mermaids finds Luce and welcomes her in--all of them, like her, lost
girls who surrendered their humanity in the darkest moments of their lives. Luce is
thrilled with her new life until she discovers the catch: the mermaids feel an uncontrollable
desire to drown seafarers, using their enchanted voices to lure ships into the
rocks. Will Luce be pressured into committing mass murder?

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User Review  - SparklePonies - LibraryThing

This is the third book in the series. I do not read a lot of fantasy books, but I enjoyed this one. The concept of the how mermaids come to be was interesting. I did not enjoy the ending Read full review

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User Review  - Ceilidhann - LibraryThing

Sometime after Stephenie Meyer’s “Breaking Dawn” was unleashed upon the world and the media was scrambling for the next big creature in YA, mermaids was tossed around as a possible substitute for ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sarah Porter is the author Lost Voices, Waking Storms, and The Twice Lost. She is also an artist and a freelance public school teacher. Sarah and her husband live in Brooklyn, New York. Visit Sarah s Watery Den online at www.sarahporterbooks.com.

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