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Mar 18

Giveaway & Review – Dagana by Kody Boye @SDSXXTours @KodyBoye

Dagana: The Last Mermaid
by Kody Boye
Genre: Fantasy Thriller

MY REVIEW

I love mermaids, evil and sweet. Dagana is one of the dangerous kind, and once I find out why, I can empathize with her, but that doesn’t excuse what she’s doing now.

I live on the Gulf Coast and have yet to see a mermaid. But, there have been sightings. When her father was killed, Jessica saw a red and orange tail, nothing like she had ever seen before. After the fifth death, she figured out she would have to be the one to do something about Dagana.

She begins to research the history behind Mermaid Cover. Well, it seems pretty self explanatory to me. After all, the businesses had mermaidish names too.

We have some of the usual teenage angst, some bullying, some young romance, but Samantha, her best friend, is always by her side, through thick and thin. And, we can’t forget about Tibbles, her cat, who seems to know she needs comfort. Aren’t critters cool in that way?

I was slowly drawn into the story, wondering what she can do by herself.

Dagana is a bit different from my normal mermaid reads. I am confused about my feelings. Do I like the direction Kody Boye took with the storyline, though I do love the idea of a man writing about a young girl and a mermaid. Maybe that’s why he came up with the ending. Even though I am ambivalent about it, I don’t see how it could have ended any other way.

I think teens and young adults may appreciate this more than I did. I think they may be able to better related to the character of Jessica.

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Dagana by Kody Boye.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos3 Stars

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