- File Size: 4294 KB
- Print Length: 395 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Pen & Page Publishing (November 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07613FVNG
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,216 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Silver Bullet (Witch & Wolf Book 4) Kindle Edition
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There is a squirrel though. At least for the first few chapters. So if you absolutely hate squirrels that may be an issue. Not for me though so phlbbbt to the squirrel-haters. Can't say too much about the squirrel because it might be a spoiler. Although not much of one. Blain author claims it's not intended to be a surprise so I guess she wouldn't consider it a spoiler. And the explanation of why the squirrel is special isn't really surprising, nor even less so the other "surprise" about the fox later in the book. But I still feel it would've worked better if it were written to be surprising. The predictability of that is what killed that fifth star, sorry to say.
The only other big negative is not really negative, but it's a thing people should know. As this is the fourth (and I think, final) book of a series, even though it's not a serial-style series, this one does rely a bit more heavily than usual on the readers knowledge of previous books. I won't say that you *have* to read the other books first, but if you don't there are a lot of (mostly inconsequential) references that will have you wondering what they are talking about. For example the book never defines what an "omega" is, or why "sorcerers" or "wizards" are different from witches but it refers several times to each of these. You don't really need to know, but it could get annoying for some if you haven't already read the explanations in previous books. So there's that.
Really though, it's a very enjoyable book. I know I'm putting a lot of negative stuff down here, but if you got this far into the series you should already know the positive stuff. There's the same camaraderie and banter between characters that the previous books all share. The same rich world as was set up earlier. Many of the same characters are back, even.
The plot of the book is fairly strong. There's a lot going on, several related subplots. Some of the bits are predictable, and most of the climactic action takes place off screen, but there's enough here to make our characters' parts interesting.
Overall, if you enjoyed the other three books in the W&W series, then this is more of the same. And if you didn't, then why are you here anyway?
I can readily recommend this book to anyone who has read and liked at least one of Blain's preceding books from this series.