Reading ➶ A Song Below Water Author Bethany C. Morrow –

Reading ➶ A Song Below Water Author Bethany C. Morrow – Tavia Is Already At Odds With The World, Forced To Keep Her Siren Identity Under Wraps In A Society That Wants To Keep Her Kind Under Lock And Key Never Mind She S Also Stuck In Portland, Oregon, A City With Only A Handful Of Black Folk And Even Fewer Of Those With Magical Powers At Least She Has Her Bestie Effie By Her Side As They Tackle High School Drama, Family Secrets, And Unrequited CrushesBut Everything Changes In The Aftermath Of A Siren Murder Trial That Rocks The Nation The Girls Favorite Internet Fashion Icon Reveals She S Also A Siren, And The News Rips Through Their Community Tensions Escalate When Effie Starts Being Haunted By Demons From Her Past, And Tavia Accidentally Lets Out Her Magical Voice During A Police Stop No Secret Seems Safe Any Soon Portland Won T Be Either

10 thoughts on “A Song Below Water

  1. Regan Regan says:

    3.75 really really enjoyed this

  2. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    Black sirens in a story about misogynoir set in an alternate Portland with an extremely pretty cover smashes my head into that want to read button

  3. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Fantasy dances with racism, social justice, current politics Yes this is volatile and vivid combination and The author perfectly worked with this concoction and created a fast reading, powerful, captivating, one of the most interesting stories with well crafted and realistic characterization and thought provoking story telling.Two friend

  4. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    This was such an ethereal and fresh magical realism story Like all I really need to say is it s about two sisters not by birth, but by heart who are absolutely everything to each other One is a siren One issomething else They re Black, they re hurting, they re longing to be themselves and not have to hide The story is so beautiful, and also

  5. Heather Heather says:

    First of all this cover is GORGEOUS Also any siren mermaid story I am immediately drawn to so I was very excited for this read I did really enjoy this book how it weaved fantastical elements, social commentary and friendship all in one This book talks a lot about the Black Lives Matter movement which was amazing What lost me in this book were

  6. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    A Black siren living in Portland Holy shit Want.

  7. Lilith Black Bee Lilith Black Bee says:

    BLOG TWITTER WHISHLIST Get 2 months of free books HERE E ARC provided by the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review My opinions are my own and are not affected in any way Actual rating 2.5 PROS Extremely relevant to our times Talking about racism and how black women are treated and seen by our society, it is so relevant to our

  8. The Artisan Geek The Artisan Geek says:

    30 11 19Holy cow whoever made this cover OH MY GOSH FIRE You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website 30 11 19Holy cow whoever made this cover OH MY GOSH FIRE You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website

  9. Bookishrealm Bookishrealm says:

    Okay so this book is definitelylike a 3.75 and I think that the purpose behind the book is the only thing that is keeping it that high I have some complicated feelings towards this book because it presents some important themes, but attempts to do it in too short of a period of time A Song Below Water has been pitched a tale in which only black women can

  10. Grace Grace says:

    A Song Below Water is a beautifully imaginative novel that touches on so many issues, but focuses on what it s like to be Black in the United States Tavia and Effie are sisters, but not by blood They live together, go to the same school, and are the closest of friends Effie has never met her father, and her mother died when she was young After an incident wh

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