Berls Reviews Silence Fallen

Posted September 10, 2020 by Berls in Review / 3 Comments

My top thoughts:

I enjoyed this a lot – especially the way it switched back and forth between Mercy and Adam’s point of view. The time moves back and forth, which actually wasn’t too confusing. Instead it made things even more interesting. And Mercy warns you that it’s about to happen, so I was alert for the shifts.

I’m wondering how this book fits into the scope of the series, though. It feels like a one-off, unless the things that happened end up connecting somewhere else in the future. It was fun to be in such a different setting, for sure. And after no vampires in the last book, this more than made up for it.

It does start a little slow, but once it picks up, it keeps moving. And the ending is quite the bang! Oh and there’s quite a twist. That’s all I’ll say 🙂

4 stars Pretty Great
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Michelle adopted me as part of her blog when I decided to close down my blog, Fantasy is More Fun. The blog was dying, but my love of reading and the blogosphere was still strong as ever - so I found my new home here at Because Reading!

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3 responses to “Berls Reviews Silence Fallen

  1. It’s neat to see your thoughts on it. I had the impression that it was something of a nice interlude off by itself, but then this re-read through the series I realize that the big vamp in this one had been brought up at other times throughout the series so I saw the tie-in better. Maybe I’ll notice even more times when I finish my read. Loved that twist, too! 🙂