A Re-Telling of the Classic Old Story

Heart-breaking, but mesmerizing is what they say.

By John Irvin

          A high fantasy: Mermaid by Carolyn Turgeon.  

          You know me and my thing for mermaids. You know when I saw Carylyn Turgeon’s book sitting on that bookshelf at my favorite bookstore I just had to grab it.

          You know I ached with my favorite character and you know I cried with her too.

          You know I have to recommend this old favorite to you.

Watch the video below then click through this link: MERMAID.

Two princesses take two paths. One is of the sea and the other is of the land. Their paths cross when they discover a nearly drowned man. Both develop relationship with him. Both fall in love.

Drawn from the original tale by Hans Christian Anderson, this story does not take on the Disney light-hearted version. There is a more sinister darkness creeping through the underlying plot.

This tale of the little mermaid who loved a human will have you falling in love and crying your heart out.

So don’t miss out on grabbing your copy waiting for you!

Click this link to go buy: MERMAID.

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