By math wizard
Excellent! It was a bit confusing when the story jumped from Mercy to Adam but when all is said and done it actually was the best way to write this story. There are new characters to meet and lots of twists to the story. Bran is the biggest surprise. Aiden is some of the humor to the story but Mercy plays a part. I hope this is not the end because I have really enjoyed reading the series and look forward to more!
Patricia Briggs has done it again! An all night read and still not ready to put it down.
By SuzyQ 42
I never write a review for any books I read whether the book is good or bad and I read A lot. But I have to say something about this book. I'm a Huge fan of the Mercy Thompson Series and I can't tell you how disappointed I was in this book. All it consisted of was Mercy being trapped, then alone and waiting for Adam...BORING! There were no fight scenes like in the other books in the series. I have read all the other books at least twice..but this one, I Will Never Reread. I barely got through the book and the only reason I finished it was because I paid $14.99. In my opinion, this book wasn't worth $5.00, let alone $15. Robbery is what the price of this book is. I sincerely hope if there's another book in this series, it's better thought out and better written because I can't tell you how much of a let down this was! Better Luck Next Time ( if there is another book).
I have been following "Mercy" books series from the start, it never has disappointed me till now .
I was shocked at the quality at the last year and the current addition to the series.
Patricia Briggs is such a talented writer! How is this possible?
This book, in my opinion , has no depth , poor shallow two dimensional story line, especially sections labeled "Adam" and reminds me of a narrative to a documentary. Also description of fights 20 pages long , in my opinion, is bit excessive and unnecessary.
Another awesome installment! There's a huge twist at the end that made me re-read the entire book in a new light. Seriously, Ms. Briggs, how do you manage to blind side me when so many other authors fail. Only a true artist can manage the quirky Mercy and still include all the little nuggets she leaves in these books.
This book was amazing! One of my favorite Mercy ones yet! I want more lol!!!
Another "Can't Put It Down" Worthy Book
Don't going to admit it to anyone out loud, but I did end call in sick to work and spent the whole time reading. This is why Patricia Briggs is my favorite author!
The best out of Mercy yet!
I was hooked from page one. With lots of plot twists and turns I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. Briggs introduces lots of new characters you grow to love and brings in old characters that you was to read more about. Plus the one twist that I missed I won't spoil for you. Buy a copy and read it yourself.
Not long enough
By Fuzzy in Alabama
Terrific book, but it was too short. Loved the story, and will probably reread it again sometime soon.
LITERAL ADDICTION’s Review of Silence Fallen
By Literal Addiction's Pack Alpha
Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Scholastic Siren - Sara:
>>In loving memory of Mike Briggs<<
I love Mercy! If you don't know her, don't start here, this is not a stand-alone book. Check out the rest of the series first.
Having chapters from different points of view, as well as Mercy being without her allies for much of this book, made this a very different entry in the series. It is reminiscent of the early books before Mercy and Adam were mated, but very new and fresh, as well. We get to know some series regulars much better, and get a few new characters. Larry the Goblin King is a favorite and sure to return. There were a few big twists, one of which really got me. I'm a mystery reader and I was had, big time! I enjoyed every minute of this read, no slow spots at all.
*A copy of this book was provided to us with no requirements for a review. We voluntarily read this book and our comments here are the honest opinion of my associate reviewer.