Thursday, December 15, 2016

Silence Fallen

Silence Fallen
by Patricia Briggs

It was just meant to be a quick run to the Stop and Rob to get some eggs and chocolate chips so that she could finish a huge batch of cookies for the very hungry werewolves that were at her home, pretending to be pirates in a pitched online battle.

It turned into a kidnapping that nearly killed her and took her halfway across the world to Italy. She's been taken by the most feared vampire in the world and her future does not look good.

And even IF she manages to make it out of his makeshift prison, she's still in Europe with no money, no passport, and no way home.

What's a coyote's only resort? Chaos, of course.

Final thoughts: I've now read this twice because I felt a little caught out the first time once I got to the end. Did I miss the clues? Was something not made clear? Was I just blind? Maybe. In the end, even looking harder, I still feel like that twist wasn't really predictable, so it took me out of the story when it came. However, I still love Mercy and Adam and this was another solid entry. It's funny how Mercy is slowly taking over the world without even trying, and maybe without even knowing.  On a side note, can someone please explain to me Mercy's ever-evolving and changing tattoos on the covers? (esp. when Briggs repeatedly states that she only has one coyote paw on her stomach and that's it??)

Rating: 4/5

ARC courtesy of NetGalley. THANKS!

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