My Sisters in Death

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • My Sisters in Death
  • Ksenia Anske
  • English
  • 13 November 2018
  • 1492115223

About the Author: Ksenia Anske

Ksenia Anske was born in Moscow, Russia, and came to the US in 1998 She is the author of dark fantasy short fiction and 7 novels, and the winner of Amtrak Residency Program 2015 Her novel Rosehead won Honorary Mention in the YA Category in the Indie Ebook Award 2016 When she s not writing, she s reading, and when she s not reading, she s scaring other writers into writing or terrifying unsuspecting readers into reading her nightmarish books She lives in Seattle with her partner Royce Daniel and her son Peter.


My Sisters in DeathIn the second installment of the Siren Suicides trilogy, Ailen Bright finds herself in a sticky situation Her new supernatural abilities haven t solved anything in fact, they ve royally messed up her life She can t be with the one person she loves though her self control is wavering by the second , her old, well dressed dog of a father hasn t learned any new tricks, and her supposed siren sister doesn t seem to have her best interests at heart A pawn in the game between her father and the Siren of Canosa, Ailen is constantly searching for her next move Through all the hardships, however, Ailen s self doubt begins to dissipate as she comes to accept her new identity. New Read My Sisters in Death Author Ksenia Anske For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “My Sisters in Death

  1. Libra says:

    Canosa goes over the finer details of being a siren Every siren needs to eat It s important to know how to hunt During this teaching session Ailen hopes that their connection isfamily related than student teacher related.With death at her heels, thoughts of death and suicide are left far behind While she wished for her own death not even 24 hours ago, she couldn t stand the thought of her nemesis doing it for her.The story gets better in this second installment Canosa goes over the finer details of being a siren Every siren needs to eat It s important to know how to hunt During this teaching session Ailen hopes that their connection isfamily related than student teacher related.With death at her heels, thoughts of death and suicide are left far behind While she wished for her own death not even 24 hours ago, she couldn t stand the thought of her nemesis doing it...

  2. Raytchul says:

    Happy to say that I still enjoy the story and the characters immensely I often felt that the main character was frustrating and stubborn in her refusal to show any real growth, but was rewarded in earnest in the last three chapters I look for...

  3. Samantha says:

    What sets this book apart from the first one is the relationship development the relationships are all so complicated, and they are portrayed with brutal honesty.

  4. Laura Chisnall says:

    A brilliant second instalment by Ksenia I loved the idea of acceptance and responsibility that was prominent in this book.

  5. Rachella Tirazona says:

    I managed to continue this series and I would like to say that Im closer to the ending.When it comes to reading trilogy books, second books were the most boring ones and the best ones were 1st and the 3rd ones I might say that this book enlightrned me a bit so bad.The series were created for people who struggled in depression Seeing the main character, Ailen, turning out to be a strong girl and adjusting to her life as a siren From a girl who drowned herself in a bath I m...

  6. Sandra Hould says:

    I loved book 1 of the series, and I adored book 2 I can only imagine how book 3 will be Truly, this book will, like the look of a siren, will catch you in it gaze and it will keep you until all your soul will have been spent I really had a hard time putting this book down The action is constant What I lov...

  7. Amy says:

    5 stars

  8. Jessica says:

    Anske s writing is so unique It s polished and scary I find the topic matter disturbing, but its compassionate, tragic and gritty all at the same time.

  9. Lee Gunter says:

    My Sisters in Death is the second part of a three book series This series was at one time, per my understanding, once a single book This is a fact that impacts the book rating quite a bit I review based on three primary attributes the story, the characters and the writing Plus I like to make some general observations about what I liked and didn t like and present a little recommended for not recommended for advice I earnestly avoid spoilers I will do my best to follow that pattern in My Sisters in Death is the second part of a three book series This series was at one time, per my understanding, once a single book This is a fact that impacts the book rating quite a bit I review based on three primary attributes the story, the characters and the writing Plus I like to make some general observations about what I liked and didn t like and present a little recommended for not recommended for advice I earnestly avoid spoilers I will do my best to follow that pattern in this review.THE STORY the story in this book is weak And I woul...

  10. Rae says:

    Anske really doesn t waste any time between novels, and by time I mean this second installment in the Siren Suicides trilogy starts exactly where the first book ended.So Ailen s a siren, and she s trying to embrace that But it s really hard to do when she s still so uncertain about her feelings for Hunter and her father, and even Canosa and the other sirens, as well as her new nature and the need to kill humans by singing out their soul in order to survive While she struggles Anske really doesn t waste any time between novels, and by time I mean this second installment in the Siren Suicides trilogy starts exactly where the first book ended.So Ailen s a siren, and she s trying to embrace that But it s really hard to do when she s still so uncertain about her feelings for Hunter and her father, and even Canosa and the other sirens, as well as her new nature and the need to kill humans by singing out their soul in order to survive While she struggles internally, there s also quite the umber of external problems her...