Thursday, January 8, 2015

The Sirena Quest by Michael A. Kahn

I received an advanced reading copy of this novel from the publisher, Poisoned Pen Press, through Shelf Awareness.

This novel is set for publication next week -- January 13! 

The Sirena Quest was a fun book to read. It tells the story of four college friends, reunited on a quest to find their school's missing statue and claim the substantial reward. The protagonist of the book is Lou Solomon, a St. Louis attorney, widower, and father of two. He is joined by his former roommates, Ray, Gordie, and Bronco Billy. Together, they investigate the disappearance of Barrett College's famed statue, Sirena. They are pitted against other alumni who are on the same quest. As Lou reconnects with his old friends and visits places from his past, memories of his late wife resurface, and as Lou gets closer to discovering the truth about Sirena, the reader also gets closer to discovering the truth about Lou's wife Andi.

Ultimately, this is a book about love, family, and friendship. It was well-written and entertaining throughout.

My only complaints are regarding the amount of "adult language" and some sexual content, which might not make this book for everyone.

Overall, I would recommend it as a fast and fun read.

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