Mini Review: Legacy Lost (Of Poseidon #0.5) by Anna Banks

2012, Anna Banks, mini review, paranormal romance, short story, Tom Doherty Associates, young adult 3 Comments 8th September, 2012

Legacy Lost by Anna Banks
Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
Release date: May 22, 2012
Source: Purchased
Series: Of Poseidon #0.5

He is a mer-prince, she is the mermaid princess that his family orders him to marry so that their kingdoms unite. Grom dreads this arrangement, until he meets Nalia — both beautiful and smart, she’s everything he ever wanted. But just when their connection grows deeper, tragedy strikes. Legacy Lost is a prequel story to Anna Banks’ debut novel, OF POSEIDON.


This is just a short quickie review. I’ve never actually been a huge fan of short stories/novellas, and don’t ask me why because I do not know. I’m slowly being won over to them though because they are a great way to give you information that doesn’t necessarily fit into the original story.
Throughout the entire time almost of reading Of Poseidon I’d wished for a little more information about the relationship between Grom and Nalia, what had happened before the explosion, and the aftermath. Not necessarily every single detail of course, but information than we’re given in the parent story. Legacy Lost did not disappoint me. I loved watching the dislike between them grow to like and respect.
Now what I want to know though is what reasons Nalia had for leaving after that explosion, and making everyone think she was dead. There’s one obvious reason that anyone who’s read this or Of Poseidon can think of, but I’d like to think there’s more to it than that. With the way Of Poseidon ended though, I know my questions will be answered in book two, Of Triton. Too bad we have to wait a year to read it.

3 Responses to “Mini Review: Legacy Lost (Of Poseidon #0.5) by Anna Banks”

  1. Sue Bursztynski

    Thing about a review is that you can help people decide whether or not to buy the book. And spoilers or not, there really isn’t enough info here to know what the stories are actually about! 🙂 Who is Grom? Who is Nalia? What explosion? How about a review for those who haven’t read the books? Tom Doherty Associates is a big-name publisher, so chances are these books may turn up in my local bookshop and when they do, I would like to know something about them. 😉 ( BTW, I once was introduced to Tom Doherty, at the word SF con in Melbourne and couldn’t find anything intelligent to say)

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