It's up to Talia, Danielle, and Snow to save the queen and the kingdom and fight against the merpeople before it's too late for everyone.
Talia followed, throwing words like knives. "And you didn't think to warn us about a murderous mermaid?" p.47
A very clever take on The Little Mermaid fairy tale, The Mermaid's Madness is based on the old original darker fairy tale, but twists it into a even darker and more delightful story. The mermaid goes crazy and kills her beloved and then declares war on all humans. So the three princesses try to stop her by finding the witch who originally turned her human. There are all kinds of twists and turns and I love Danielle, Talia, and Snow.
I liked this sequel to The Stepsister Scheme. It had a lot of action. My only real problem was even though it was action packed, there were parts that felt bogged down and I can't explain why I feel that way. Because something was happening on almost every page. So maybe it was just me. My only other complaint is that Danielle really didn't have a reason to be there. She doesn't really do anything, but I guess she is the "official" princess on the ship so she had to be there. I don't know, but I hope she does more in the next book. There is a little unrequited love subplot that I am curious about and that I like a lot. It makes it more emotional and adds some tension.
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