Monday, August 13, 2012

Book Spotlight: The Accidental Siren by Jake Vander Ark

The Accidental Siren
by Jake Vander Ark

Mara Lynn is the most beautiful girl in the world. James Parker is the ordinary boy who discovers her power.
The year is 1994. James, a pudgy twelve-year-old, responds to an ad for a used camcorder at a mysterious suburban home. Before he can knock on the door, he notices boys–a dozen at least–frozen amongst the trees behind the house. Their faces are blank. One boy presses “record” on a walkman and holds it above his head… and then james hears it, the voice of a little girl. Sweet; high like a songbird without the shrill. It was a church song. It came from inside the house. James doesn’t know it yet, but the girl he is about to meet is a modern-day siren.

The Accidental Siren depicts the joys and consequences of young love as Mara and James meet, shoot a movie, fend off bullies, and explore the potential of infinite beauty.

The Accidental Siren is available in paperback on Amazon, Lulu, and B&N.  You can also purchase the eBook version at Amazon, Lulu, B&N, and iTunes.

Check out Jake Vander Ark's website for information about The Accidental Siren and his other projects. You can also folllow James on Facebook, Twitter, and Watt Pad.

This is not a paid post. Book synopsis obtained from the author's official website.


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