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A Song Below Water 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


About the Author: Bethany C. Morrow

A somewhat recovering expat living in the American Northeast with one foot still firmly planted in Quebec , Bethany C Morrow writes speculative fiction for both the adult and the young adult market.Her adult debut, MEM, was an ABA 2018 Indies Introduce pick, and a June Indie Next pick, and was featured reviewed in Locus Magazine, the LA Times, Buzzfeed, Book Riot, Bustle, and Tor.com, among othe



10 thoughts on “A Song Below Water

  1. 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


  2. 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 friends Tavia and Effie supports each other to survive at the metaphorical, wild jungle, dealing with too many things in their young age, family


  3. says:

    A Black siren living in Portland Holy shit Want.


  4. says:

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


  5. says:

    why does this sound SO GOOD


  6. says:

    this is a contemporary fantasy about misogynoir, and though I d like to know , I recently read a book by this author, MEM, and loved it so much I am totally excited to see .


  7. says:

    A rich, intricate dive into mythology, misogynoir, and the way the world makes black girls out to be monsters Like the siren s song, A SONG BELOW WATER is irresistibly compelling.


  8. says:

    DNF at 35%.It severely pains me to have to DNF this one since a story about black sirens sounded like a dream come true This book doesn t read like a fantasy Rather, the story reads like a contemporary novel because the author tackles a myriad of issues including racism and social injustice Normally, I welcome this, but it felt like the story was merely a platform to highlight the oppression of black women without compelling characters and a cohesive plot Additionally, if someone is not used to cultural nuances wit


  9. says:

    I AM READING THIS RIGHT NOW AND BETHANY MORROW IS A TREASURE


  10. says:

    Although I am not one to judge a book by its cover, I must admit I fell in love with this one when I first saw it floating around Twitter Then I read the synopsis and thought mermaids and sirens, black girl magic and Bethany C Morrow, author of MEM Wow Then I got scared Usually when I get this hyped for a book it does not live up to my high expectations I m sure you ve been there before too But I can assure you this book is everything it promises to be and then some Morrow speaks to the Black female experience in America


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