A Multitude of Mermaids

So here’s me, without a planned post for the day.  Oops! To rectify that situation, here are some mermaid books that I discovered while trolling through Goodreads.  Mermaids have quickly become one of my favorite paranormal beings.  Think of all of the sushi they get to eat while traveling the wonderful, wide oceans.  It would be a drag to not have a massive book collection in my underwater home, but I guess some sacrifices would have to be made.

Have you read any of these?  Can you recommend a good book with mermaids?

Promises by Amber Garr is the start of her Syrenka series.  My search started with this, because I received an email regarding the third book in the series, which released in July of this year. Click here for the Goodreads description.

This is me totally judging a book by the cover.  The Secret of the Emerald Sea by Heather Matthews is a release from Sugar and Spice Press.  Never heard of them. I think I will have to hunt this down. Click here for more info.

The cover for Fins by Ashley L Knight doesn’t wow, but the description is very intriguing. Click here to read the synopsis.

Seven Tears into the Sea by Terri Farley is a Simon Pulse release, and I’m surprised that I haven’t seen it before, because I like this imprint.  I think I will track this one down first.  Read more about it here.

If you have more title suggests, drop a comment below.

3 thoughts on “A Multitude of Mermaids

  • July 14, 2012 at 9:31 am
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    Great list, but Seven Tears Into the Sea is actually about selkies, not mermaids.

  • July 14, 2012 at 9:36 am
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    I’ve read Sea Change by Aimee Friedman, Tempest Rising by Tracey Deebs, Ripple by Mandy Hubbard and The Mermaid Mirror by L.K. Madigan all are pretty good mermaid stories.

  • July 14, 2012 at 9:53 am
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    Hi, Holly! Thanks for the clarification on Seven Tears into the Sea. And thanks for your list – I have read all of them but Ripple, which I completely forgot about. I have to see about getting that from the library.

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