Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Book Review: Of Neptune by Anna Banks

Who's ready for another Book Review?  I am, Oh YEAH... And today we are going to finish off The Syrena Legacy with:

Of Neptune by Anna Banks


This is the third and final book in The Syrena Legacy, read book 1 Of Poseidon and book 2 Of Triton reviews before reading this one haven't yet and as usual I'm going to try not to put spoilers.  But if you haven't read this trilogy don't read this review, start with the review with book one and then start reading the trilogy.  Hope you enjoy and let's get started:

Emma and Galen are ready for some time alone, after all they have been through it is about time, right?  It's time to be away from the kingdoms of Poseidon and Triton and surprisingly, Emma's grandfather, the Poseidon King, suggests the two visit a small human town called Neptune.

Emma doesn't tell Galen that her grandfather told her to go to Neptune and keeps that secret to herself, but she herself gets a surprise when she arrives in Neptune.  Neptune is a small town home to both Syrena and Half-Breeds alike.  Emma at first thinks that is amazing meeting so many people just like herself, but Galen isn't too crazy about the town and some of the people there.  Emma doesn't listen to Galen and starts to enjoy the town and the Half-Breeds too.  But soon they meet a Half-Breed name Reed, who can barely hides his feelings for Emma and they definitely didn't expect to find themselves in the middle of a power struggle that threatens not only their love, but their ocean kingdoms. 

Oh, I really enjoyed this final book and conclusion to this trilogy, at first I wasn't too crazy with the plot line, but as the book progressed I got more and more excited about it.  There were times I wanted to go inside the book and go and shake and yell at Emma and maybe slap her a couple times too, lol.  And for the first time I felt really bad for Galen and I wanted Emma to really listen 100% to him because for the first time he was right.  Ah, I don't want to give anything away, but if you have started this trilogy and didn't like how the first or second book ended, well you need to continue because this book right here?  It's amazing and will change everything.

I gave it 5 out of 5 stars, great finish and it ended amazingly, job well done Anna Banks.  Loved everything about and how well she wrapped everything.  Totally recommend it.

XOXO,

Nelia