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The author of the book: Carolyn Turgeon
Edition: Booket
Date of issue: February 5th 2013
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Language: English
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Para huir del reino del Sur, en guerra con el del Norte, la princesa Margrethe se oculta en un convento lejano. Un día, mientras mira absorta el mar helado, presencia un milagro: una sirena plateada, reluciente emerge de entre las olas, y sostiene en sus brazos a un hombre casi sin aliento. Cuando Margrethe llega a la orilla, la sirena ha desaparecido en el mar. Y el náufrago, un joven fuerte y atractivo, yace solo en la arena. En los días que el hombre pasa en el convento recuperándose, Margrethe descubre que es el heredero del reino enemigo de su padre. Para cuando eso suceda ya será demasiado tarde, y se habrá enamorado de él. Y quizá su unión podría suponer el fin del conflicto…
Mientras, en el reino de los mares, la princesa sirena Lenia ansía ver de nuevo al hombre al que salvó. Y está dispuesta a renunciar a su hogar, su legado, su voz por unas piernas y la oportunidad de acercarse a su corazón.


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Ebook Sirena read Online! Carolyn Turgeon is the author of five novels—Rain Village, Godmother: The Secret Cinderella Story, Mermaid, The Fairest of Them All, and The Next Full Moon, most of them based on old-time fairy tales, dark and glimmering—and, more recently, The Faerie Handbook, which came out from HarperCollins in November 2017 and might be the loveliest book printed this century. This will be followed by the equally curvaceous The Mermaid Handbook in May 2018.

She's also also the editor-in-chief of Faerie Magazine, a quarterly print publication that the NY Times called “what would happen if Spenser’s The Faerie Queene and Martha Stewart Living had a magazine baby.”

Visit Carolyn's website at http://carolynturgeon.com and Faerie Magazine at
http://faeriemag.com/


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Easy to read, easy to understand!

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BEATRICE

This book is holding in tensions until the end!

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There are clear drawbacks




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