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Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs (Early Review)


I think I have been the most impressed with this series over any other I have read (thats more than five books) - I am pleasantly surprised that this is the 10th book in the Mercy Thompson series and Patricia Briggs can still make it an exciting vs stale read.

In Silence Fallen, Mercy is abducted and taken to Italy. She escapes and spend most of the book on the run from her abductors. The other half of the book, read at the same time, is Adam and a few associates trying to locate Mercy while trying to figure out why she was taken in the first place. A feature of this book that is different from the rest of the series is that we get this other half of the book from Adam's perspective. Something new to keep the series fresh, I love it!

Expect the usual adventure and weres, vamps, and fae working together that we've experienced in the other books set in Mercy's world. If you haven't started this series yet, I highly recommend it, and if you've been reading then I'm sure you'll enjoy the newest in the series.

4/5 Stars

Silence Fallen will be out on March 7, 2017.

I was given a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

A Quick Bonjour

Hello and happy 2017! The last few months of 2016 and the first one of 2017 have brought a lot of changes and soul-searching into my personal life. After looking all year, Joe and I finally bought a house. We love living in a house but there are several updates we want and need to do so that has been an adventure to navigate. And it has a POOL. There's one childhood dream unlocked.

In September we went to Florida, November to Wenatchee, and to Paris in January for my 30th birthday. Oh yeah, I also turned 30! Great time for thinking about things.

That sky! /die

I seem to have a habit of getting big life revelations when I'm in Paris. This time I realized what I want to do with my life while in the Montmartre Cemetery. It's still a secret while I work out the details.

I'm working on posts for all of my trips, a roundup of my favorite books read in 2016, and more book reviews of course. If you'd like to see more Paris pictures before I get the posts up, I posted to Instagram throughout the trip.

Right now I'm off to watch Midnight in Paris. I bought it right after we got back from the trip because I got to see the magical steps in the movie while on a bike tour of Paris and need to watch it again :-) Happy weekend.