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I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. All opinions are honest and my own.Sirens Series: Eden East,
by Sacha Black
Genres: Dystopian, Fantasy, Novella, Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult
He’s alone in Obex with nothing except his memories. But reminiscing reminds him of all his past mistakes…
…And Trey made a lot of those.
As he journals, Trey shares stories from his past, and the many problems in his present.
Can he learn from his mistakes…
…and make up for them in his future?
You’ll come for the never before seen stories and stay for the secrets, lies and truths only ever revealed in a personal diary…
Published by Atlas Black Publishing on May 23, 2022
Format: ARC, eBook
Source: The Author
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Also in this series: Keepers, Victor, Trey
Also by this author: Keepers, Victor, Trey
Sirens is the final book in the Eden East series. However, Sirens is more of a companion novella. In this book, we spent some time in Trey’s journal during his time in Obex.
He goes through his life story talking about his parents, when he met Eden, and discusses Eden and Victor’s binding through Trey’s POV.
In a nutshell, we see his life before and during the events of Keepers.
This novella is certainly a quick read. I enjoyed seeing things through Trey’s eyes, especially since I always preferred Trey as a character over Eden.
However, Trey’s stories in this book aren’t as emotional as the rest of the series. His background is tragic, for sure, but once the stories were over, I felt as though I didn’t get as much of a connection to him at that moment as I did in the rest of the series.
Overall, if you’ve read the Eden East trilogy, this is a fun companion to breeze through in one sitting.
Rating: 4/5 Coffee Cups
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