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Silver (The Silver Series Book 1) by [Alsop, Cheree]
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About the Author

Cheree Alsop is the mother of a beautiful, talented daughter and amazing twin sons who fill every day with light and laughter. She married her best friend, Michael, who changes lives each day in his Chiropractic clinic. Cheree is currently working as an independent author and mother. She enjoys reading, riding her motorcycle on warm nights, and rocking her twins while planning her next book. She is also a bass player for her husband’s garage band. Cheree and Michael live in Utah where they rock out, enjoy the outdoors, plan great adventures, and never stop dreaming. Check out Cheree Alsop's website at www.chereealsop.com

Product Details

  • File Size: 512 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 16, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006N52WVQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,688 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This book was so great!!! Finishing it on Halloween made it even more fun since a werewolf was the main character.

The story was told from Jaze's point of view. He's a 17 year old werewolf. I haven't read a lot of books from male perspectives and wasn't sure if I'd like it, but I actually loved hearing from Jaze. He was my favorite character in the story. Sometimes the main character in books can annoy me with their terrible choices. That was not the case with Jaze. In my eyes, he couldn't do wrong. He was smart, caring, strong, brave, and loyal. He had some great friends that added to the story: Mouse, Brock, and Nikki.

The romance was not front and center in this story, but when the scenes came they were so sweet! I loved the way the romance built up throughout.

Jaze goes through a lot in a new town with a hostile werewolf pack nearby. All around this book was such an awesome read. If you enjoy books with suspense, fighting, and romance you'll love this one.

Content Ratings:
sexual: very mild
language: none
violence: moderate

*I received this book from the author. I am not paid for my reviews. My reviews are solely my opinion.*
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Nice coming of age story. I liked that the werewolf world the author created wasn't modeled after B movies. They simply exist, they have families, political struggles, deal with life and death just like everyone. I also appreciated the lack of weepy teen angst. The characters were teenagers and had problems in their life but the problems were real and they dealt with them the best they could, in fact the teens were amazingly mature. I look forward to future books in the series.
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As I read this book, I found myself assuming this was a first novel by a teenaged author. The story concept was interesting, and provided a distinctive view on traditional werewolf stories. However, plot points were forced and unbelievable, and characters 'changed direction' for very little reason (a girl essentially forgets all about her boyfriend and falls almost instantly in love with the boy next door; both boys are alpha werewolves; characters whose loyalty/motives are created in strong terms change allegiances on a dime, etc.).

Above all, the writing style itself convinced me I was reading a teenager's best effort. Poor grammar and structure (resulting in clumsy and confusing sentences that are sometimes hard to follow), continual misuse of common words, an apparent lack of understanding of how the 'grown-up' world works (for example, the main character's mother is out looking for work and in the same day finds a job, must attend overnight training and then has to work the next day) left me convinced the author had to be a college freshman or younger. As much as I enjoy the story concept, I'll be deleting this from my Amazon collection - to more intrepid readers, I can only recommend that you start with one of this author's later pieces in the hope that she has taken some English classes, hired an editor, and joined a writer's workshop so that she can develop the skills needed to make this terrific story concept into a readable book.
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At one point in the story there is a joke about watching teenwolf --- if you've ever seen the mtv tv series, you will recognize quite a few similarities in the threads of this story. I liked the hero a lot, he made the story for me. He was an extremely mature and responsible kid and did not do stupid. Very refreshing. As much as he longed for his happy childhood and mourned for his murdered father, he soldiered on and was there to support his mother. Two major problems (besides the teenwolf similarities) that dropped the ratings for me was 1) there was no plausible explanation why he is an alpha freak of nature since he was only half-werewolf and 2) the romance with his major enemy's girlfriend was flat. I had no idea why he liked her. They felt like they could tell each other everything and she didn't feel like she could tell anyone else. Hah? What about her boyfriend, the a$$hole bullying teen alpha? She and the hero are running around together at night bonding over illicit kid hockey games and falling asleep watching move marathons together but she had no intention the whole time of breaking up with her boyfriend. Only after the boyfriend tries to kill her does she realize she likes the hero? What? As a romance it was lame and weak. I would have preferred it be left out to being so tepid.
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Silver deals with a lot of heavy issues faced by the young protagonist, Jaze. This story is told from Jaze's perspective and has a very solid voice. The supporting characters are fully fleshed out and interesting. I'm not a big werewolf fan, but I picked this one up for free and was happy I did.

There is plenty of action and tension in this book, although some of the situations are resolved in what seems to me a rather quick fashion. However, the fights scenes are well done and exciting. Emotional scenes are also handled well. I like Jaze a lot, he feels like a real person. His romantic life is very sweet and not without some external tension of its own. But it's not the main plot of the book and I appreciate that.

All in all, this is a good read I would happily recommend to any fans of YA paranormal. I've already picked up the sequel and I look forward to reading it.
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