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  • Title: Rising Tide
  • Author: T.L. Zalecki
  • ISBN: 9781516859146
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • Forget whatever you think you know History has been rewritten.In a future world where rising ocean levels swallow coastal cities and people scramble for resources on an overpopulated earth, the survival of the human race depends on biogenetic research to develop aquatic capabilities The year is 2098, and it has never been dangerous for the elusive Sirens to be discoForget whatever you think you know History has been rewritten.In a future world where rising ocean levels swallow coastal cities and people scramble for resources on an overpopulated earth, the survival of the human race depends on biogenetic research to develop aquatic capabilities The year is 2098, and it has never been dangerous for the elusive Sirens to be discovered Until now, the Sirens have remained eclipsed from the eyes of the human world, inhabiting an obscure, undiscovered island in the Indian Ocean In a burgeoning discontent among the restless youth, the Sirens, led by a headstrong Mello Seaford, decide to test the waters of open society by striking a deal with the U.S megacorporation, DiviniGen Inc And they risk everything to do it.Has Mello led his people astray, jeopardizing their cherished island by guiding them into the hands of human greed Will the risk prove worth it, or will the Sirens be forced to face the darkness of eternal isolation One person may hold the key to success From across the ocean, budding scientist Lorelei Phoenix embarks on a dangerous journey into a hidden world, one in which she finds herself connected by than just the ancestry of her people Is she alone capable of bridging a centuries long gap between species When two worlds collide, the rising tide of love and acceptance will lift all boats or sink a ship of titanic proportion.
    Rising Tide Forget whatever you think you know History has been rewritten In a future world where rising ocean levels swallow coastal cities and people scramble for resources on an overpopulated earth the surviv

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    1. Rising Tide Sirens 1 by T.L Zalecki is a different kind of dystopian novel A bit of science fiction, mystery, government control, little fantasy, and a pretty fair read I hate cliff hangers so this was a let down but other than that not a bad read

    2. There are a few things all truly great Science Fiction novels have in common First, they have a unique world populated with remarkable characters It must be different from our own but with enough parallels that you could imagine us eventually getting there Second, they have an intriguing storyline, something that grabs you and quickly carries you through the story Third, and this is the toughest one to do well, they leave a commentary on the state of our world without necessarily drawing attenti [...]

    3. This was a fun and believable novel that also was absolutely out of this world Zalecki easily brings this dystopian world to life in a big way I loved the way that everything blended together in a larger than life manner that still allowed me to picture each and every aspect of it The futuristic aspects really came to life in this exciting manner that really allowed me to picture the entire story Her descriptions blended with the enticing plot in a manner that was fantastic I loved the mix of bi [...]

    4. I am sad to be giving such a low rating to this book because I felt it had great potential As always, the opinion below reflects solely my own personal reading experience.Rising Tide had a great premise unfortunately, it didn t meet my expectations I still think the concepts and ideas were interesting, and it s such a shame that I haven t enjoyed this book as much as I thought I would.The main issues for me would be I Lack of clear direction II Timeline and type of narrative.And I will explain t [...]

    5. No good deed goes unpunished My punishment for pledging to read 35% of my books this year from my TBR folder was this This book It s just not good The characters are unrealistic and cartoonish And that s just the HUMAN characters The rebel merman with the laughable name Mello Seaward all I can think is C Word is actually the most relatable of all the characters But I can t have sympathy for him, seeing as he left a human woman pregnant with his child and returned to his Magic Algae Paradise with [...]

    6. Boring That is how I would describe this novel In a world where water levels have drastically risen and algae have killed off most of the marine animals habitats, humans survive and hiding from humans, sirens With evil corporations controlling the world, nobody is truly safe The cover and synopsis looked super cool and interesting I was ready to be blown away with action, danger and mysteries That is not at all what I received in Rising Tides There was way to much unnecessary backstory and very [...]

    7. 4 Platypires for Rising Tide by T.L Zalecki This is a great book for any science loving reader The whole time I was reading this book I kept thinking it was so smart and well researched.As someone who loves learning about evolution of mankind, I thought Rising Tide was so refreshing to read Personally, I ve been pretty vocal in my fantasies that maybe some humanoid species might still exist and they are still among us Oh, T.L Zalecki were you in my mind lol Just Kidding.I really liked the future [...]

    8. I received a copy of Sirens in exchange for an honest review.I totally became absorbed in the concept of this story The futuristic aspects of Sirens were produced in a believable and manner with a lovely depth to the book I wanted Mello and Lorel to succeed in their quests and I wanted everything to work out for them However, because of all the information you get thrown at you in the story you don t really get the time to develop a bond with the characters.I did get completely enthralled in Zal [...]

    9. Even though we are not supposed to judge a book by its cover, the awesome picture on this one caught my attention as soon as I saw it on the Kindle Scout website And guess what It s just as great on the inside as the cover implies I m not generally drawn to futuristic titles, but the idea of a secret sirens society pulled me right in This book has just enough scientific language to keep it believable, but doesn t get bogged down in jargon Fair warning the cliffhanger ending will leave you desper [...]

    10. I m a new mom who has been missing her book club, craving an escape from breastfeeding and diapers Sirens Rising Tide totally hit the spot I loved escaping into the future that T.L Zalecki imagines in her book As an environmental scientist, I can say the effects of climate change that help shape the setting and the story are chillingly realistic And, I can t believe this is her first novel I know there s a 2nd book on the way, but I hope she develops this into a full series I want

    11. Recently, being restless has made for less reading than I d like Being picky in what I like to read might also be a factor When browsing the website I discovered this in the science fiction genre of select Kindle books on a holiday sale The cover caught my eye The summary talking about a futuristic dystopia and alluding to mermaids a childhood favorite I couldn t say no, and I m glad I didn t, because what a refreshing, different, and new idea Sirens Rising Tide is.Popular dystopia s lately hav [...]

    12. Rising Tide, the Sirens series by TL Zalecki is a fast paced, action packed book that will bring you back to a genre that has taken a back seat to a spate of fantastic creatures in the horror and fantasy novels depicted today This is not a book of faerie tells, but of a potentially real feeling story of a future yet to come The book opens with a mystery body found on the beachhead of a futuristic world that has given up on religion in favor of consumerism and technology One company Pan Divinity [...]

    13. Mostly believable, but the ending didn t work for me.This dystopian saga set in Earth s 2098 centers on the struggle for existence in a world gone wrong With sea level continuing to rise and people concentrated on smaller and smaller bits of earth, humanity s future is in doubt.The main players are as follows a global megacorp CEO who is hunting an aquatic species a male from a distant island who plays fast and loose with the rules of his homeland a marine biologist who lands a cushy top secret [...]

    14. If you like happy, sappy romances about poor lost mermaids singing songs and rescuing sailors might I recommend Disney s The Little Mermaid If you want a taut, science heavy, historical mystery with a kickass female lead and the hottest Special Forces marine biology nerd in history, then take a dive into Sirens T.L Zalecki dares to assume her readers are smart enough to keep up with her time bending delight of a seat tale, spinning the reader into a frenzy of delight and confusion as fervid as s [...]

    15. platypire j hooligan rI nominated this on Kindle Scout, so I was given a copy of this when it published.There was much of the book I liked, like how it showed a negatively affect of religion and monopolies having too much power There s also totally mermaids in this book.My biggest issue was that it was all over the place with the character switching and flashbacks, so it was a bit hard for me to keep up with at times There s also a couple instances of incorrect usage of a word.So, interesting bo [...]

    16. I received a copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.The premise to this book sounded wonderful, but there were too many problems I couldn t ignore There were far too many time jumps and clumsy flashbacks that just didn t work for me An inordinate amount of world building eventually became tedious and dry The characters themselves were interesting but I was unable to become invested in any of them Rising Tide had a rather predictable cliffhanger ending, but I f [...]

    17. What a gem of a fictional novel It s the perfect read for a range of age groups that will keep you turning the pages or pressing your next arrow on your kindle The characters are relatable as well as surprisingly multifaceted The author engages you every page of the way, drawing you in with artistic flair for each of the story elements Blending the past, present and future, T.L Zalecki will have you loving, hating and rooting for each of her characters all while introducing you to fantastical re [...]

    18. Dude, this book was boring, I have been reading it for a long period of time and I still did not finish it I just could not get into it Too futuristic for me, the characters are boring, each chapter in a different POV which I usually do not mind at all, but with this book it bothered me a lot I had to stop reading it because I was going to force myself to try to finish it but I new I was not going to finish it.E book provided by Xpresso Book Tours in exchange of a fair review.

    19. Wonderfully written, fantastic descriptions I love the flashbacks in this book and experienced every emotion along with the characters How Zalecki managed to think of this amazing detailed backstory and culture for this book is amazing I will be on the look out for the second instalment to this story.

    20. I love sci fi and fantasy books, but so often they go too geeky for me I found Sirens to be a perfect blend of fantasy, science, and a great story I loved it Would love to see them make a movie out of this one

    21. T L Zalecki transports readers to a world that is both lifelike and imaginative through wonderfully descriptive writing As each notable character narrates, readers are engulfed in a story that stimulates the senses and reflects the future.

    22. This was a different type of futuristic novel It s not really dystopian, as people are not struggling to survive, but the world has changed with the rising of the ocean levels after the polar caps melted At times, it felt a little pushy about evolution, but that plays in with the story, so it made sense to do so One would think that by doing so, the author would bash religion as well And, although the current world religion which is political and a corporate entity is depicted negatively, the p [...]

    23. Dystopian novel with hope in the seaI thought I was done with dystopian novels This one too closely tracks the way we currently disrespect and abuse the planet to its inevitable result But there s hope in the sea, even as it seems devoid of life from overfishing and pollution Sirens, not mermaids A snack food reading book, but fun.

    24. Wonderful Book I ve always loved stories about Sirens and the sea and this one is wonderful It s a real page turner and I was hooked on every word I can t wait to continue the series

    25. Interesting ReadI liked this book I think parts of it are a bit cheesy, but it s a quick read with some intriguing mysteries Well written.

    26. This was a refreshing scifi book to read The premise was unlike anything I d read before I enjoyed it tremendously and have already started the second book so I can find out how it all ends.

    27. Available on Kindle Unlimited I really enjoyed reading this book, I read most of it on a train in the middle of the night so that may influence my opinion There were a few issues I had, but this is her first book and there is a learning curve Despite the fact that the timeline was confusing at times and this was a slow read, I really liked the idea of a dystopian book that deals with the consequences of humans rising sea levels and lack of resources , because that is a possible future for us May [...]

    28. Rising Tide the first book in the exciting and gripping Sirens series begins in Washington, DC in the year 2098 Little is left of the Earth of the past as cities have drowned, the temperature soars and earthquakes rattle the foundations of the white painted buildings in new cities that house the overpopulation PanDivinity a global conglomerate a mix of religion, scientific research and corporate ventures has a stronghold on human minds and culture One of its divisions, DiviniGen holds the market [...]

    29. Well, well This was a fascinating story Even from the beginning I really liked how well structured the author s writing was, and how easily everything was connected I flew through the pages of a fantasy world, yet related to nowadays social life than one may think at a start A world ruled by corporations is something we are growing accustomed to these days, slowly witnessing what seems to be a devolution of humanity due to the greed that evolves from a materialized life This very reality is de [...]

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