REVIEW: Sinking (Book 1 Sinking Trilogy)

Title: Sinking 
Author: Sarah Armstrong-Garner

Genre:  YA fantasy 

Pages: 271

Publisher: Love2ReadLove2Write Publishing, LLC 

ISBN: 978-1-943788-04-0


Synopsis:

 Jocelyn washes up on the shore of eighteen century Ireland, alone, naked, and missing all her memories. Taken in by a lonely old woman full of plots and schemes for the lovely yet enigmatic creature, Jocelyn knows only one thing. She longs for the sea with every ounce of her being. Yet it tried to kill her.

Aidan Boyd loves two things. His ship and the sea. When Jocelyn is thrust upon his vessel in the midst of his superstitious crew, he finds himself intoxicated by her-willing to give up everything for her. He soon finds her cannot live without her.

But something holds Jocelyn back. The whisper of another’s love. The embrace of water. Does she belongs to his world? Or could Jocelyn possibly be from the sea?



Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)



Review:
   If you fall in love book with pretty covers you better check this one the cover is really stunning and so does the whole concept of it. I have read many YA Fantasies before but I could say this one is different, though some parts are predictable, the author still managed to make everything enjoyable. No parts in this book made me bored or slump-ish because honestly once you started reading it yyou’ll finish it in one sitting. (If I wasn’t that busy I had finished it immediately.) 

  The main characters as well as the others are very entertaining specifically Jocelyn. Her whole character is mysterious and strong.  Some guys which I hated so much for being bossy (lol). 

This book is about love, self knowing and lots of stuff. I don’t know but the author made me fall in love with the sea though I fear to swim. Read this book and appreciate magnificent places and all the fantastic creatures of the ocean And all the sunken treasures of it.  

I am looking forward to read the sequel of this book and drift away with Jocelyn. The language that is used in this book is really great, old but still beautiful. The setting was really captivating. 

I highly recommend this to all fantasy lovers. I guarantee that you will enjoy it!.


-MellanieAnnS.Duque

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