The Vicious Deep

The Vicious Deep

Book rating: 04 Paperback Vicious Deep

By (author) Zoraida Cordova

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  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc
  • Format: Paperback | 384 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 208mm x 30mm | 476g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Naperville
  • ISBN 10: 1402274416
  • ISBN 13: 9781402274411
  • Sales rank: 392,019

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His best friend Layla is convinced something is wrong. But how can he explain he can sense emotions like never before? How can he explain he's the heir to a kingdom he never knew existed? That he's suddenly a pawn in a battle as ancient as the gods? Something happened to him in those three days. He was claimed by the sea - and now it wants him back.

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ZORAIDA CORDOVA was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where she learned to speak English by watching Disney's The Little Mermaid and Michael Jackson's Moonwalker on repeat. Her favorite things are sparkly - like merdudes,Christmas, and New York City at night. Visit her at www.zoraidawrites.com

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By LindieDB 26 Jan 2013 4

So, Tristan Hart. Boy with the ridiculously pretty turquoise eyes. Swim team star. Lifeguard. Kind of adorable, kind of an ass. Tristan has a reputation with the ladies, and because of this, the one girl he actually wants, doesn't want to take a chance on him. I really liked the way the romance is handled in this book. Falling for the best friend is one of my favourite tropes, after all.

It's a pretty light read. There are amusing moments. I kind of wanted the story to be darker. I wanted more of the vicious. There are a lot of action sequences, and some of Tristan's friends end up as cannon fodder, but it still stayed on the light side. I think this is mostly because of how Tristan reacts to things, he's very laid back most of the time. Not that I want angst, but sheesh, I would be a lot more upset if I suddenly had a tail.

This book would probably make for a pretty movie, being that all the characters are so colourful. Mermaids are gorgeous, shiny things who can whip an entire school into hormone addled frenzy.

I will probably read the second book, because I want to know more about Gwen (who stole the show in the last 3rd of the book to me) and I am seriously hoping for a sex scene just so we will once and finally know where exactly Tristan's junk goes while in merman form. I can't be the only curious one.

I'd give this book 3.5 stars. Rounding up due to lack of halves.