ver. As the book goes on, Isabelle disappears. Later, she is found dead from a drug overdose. This incident propels Carver and Watts to unite and go on the trail of a rival drug lord who is leaving bodies around Manchester.
The book has a fast-paced and intricate plot. The writing is intense and compels the reader to commiserate with the protagonist. The characters are likewise quite developed and multifaceted with each of them having their own skeletons in their closet.
All in all, I enjoyed Sirens. For a debut, Knox proves himself to be a very capable author, and thus sets the bar high for any future novels he might write.