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    Crashed: Siren's Call

    Crashed: Siren's Call is the continuation of Wyatt "Casper" Crown and Circe Maco's story. This is the second book in the series and starts where the first book ended. If you don't read Crashed: Casper's Ghost first you will be lost. This is the story of what happens after the crash. In this story we learn more about how being bipolar affects Wyatt. And we learn so much more about Circe and her history, and what led her to eventually meeting Wyatt. We also get to know more about China and Jamieson, who are Wyatt's siblings. We get more of Carli in this story which made me very happy as she was a favorite of mine in the first book. What happens when you're stuck in your own head and can't find your way out when that's the worst place for you to be? What happens when no one will tell you anything of what happened? Wyatt and Circe get an amazing end in the book, but I was left still wanting more. I hope we get to see much more of them in the future books of this series. This book was an amazing ride. In typical Kerri Ann fashion she grabs you from the beginning and sucks you into the story. It was very hard to put this book down and be an adult or go to sleep at night. I absolutely loved this book! Bipolar Disorder is not a laughing matter and the author did an amazing job respecting that.

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