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Silver Knight Paperback – February 18, 2012
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"An absolute brilliant way to intertwine mythical history with the here & now. When you dream about the book you are reading... then you know it's an excellent story. I thoroughly enjoyed this mesmerizing adventure. I can not wait to read the sequel." --Mechele at Read for Your Future
"The formatting and editing on this book were truly exceptional." --Penumbra
"I love the clever way the author has mixed ancient mythology, history, rebirth, action, mystery, danger and demons with a hint of deadly romance." -Shahrun
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Top Customer Reviews
Diana, has lived with nightmares of herself being killed over and over in horrible ways. She never understood why she had these dreams until she recognizes a priest on YouTube that she has seen in one of her dreams. Now she is convinced that she has lived out a life more than once and that killing demons is her job. Compelled to go to New York before heading to Rome, her and her two friends meet up with a few other warriors. Each of these warriors have had some very historical backgrounds.
Alex is a demon from Diana's past, we learn from her dreams that he kills Diana over and over in some horrible ways. He is absolutely ruthless, but he is also in love with Diana. Talk about some big romantic problems. When Diana meets Alex this time he swears he doesn't want to kill her anymore, but she just is not sure he can be trusted.
Even though Diana and Alex are the main characters the other warriors have a lot to do with what is happening, and the author gives them each a chapter so we can get to know them a little bit, there is Helen, David, Sol, and Jarret. Each I am sure we will learn more about as the series grows.
This first book I can tell is the builder for what is to come and because of this at times it feels like I didn't get to know Diana and Alex like I would have liked. Alex, doesn't come into the picture till later in the book, but from the little bit of a cliffhanger ending I know he will be a big piece of the next book.Read more ›
Aided by her friends, Sam and Maggie, Diana's life almost comes across as a parody when compared to theirs. The result is a fresh approach to good vs. evil, light vs. dark, where the line drawn between them becomes faded and sometimes lost. In the end you're not sure who to root for, proving that truth and following the light is not as easy as it looks. I genuinely had a good time reading this book and look forward to the second installment. Great job Caron!
I received this book from the author with a request for my honest review without any compensation whatsoever, other than the joy of reading a new book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a book that was written by a schoolmate of mine. I'm proud to call her a friend. She has done a tremendous job of writing this book. Read morePublished on September 4, 2013 by Edward Thomas
Silver Knight has a very interesting and original plot line. I read the blurb on Goodreads and my first thought was, I've never heard of anything like this before! Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Emily (Book Jems)
Silver Knight by Caron Rider tells about the constant struggle of light vs darkness. Seventeen year old Diana is a fairly typical highschool girl with the exception of her... Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by bookblogger
When I was asked to read Silver Knight my first thought was reincarnation eek. I've read a couple really great reincarnation books through the years but the... Read more
I enjoyed this book, but felt it needed a little more story development at times. The idea behind it was intriguing and I was so excited to get into the story. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Shannon Keith
Silver Knight is a great story! Diana keeps having nightmares about being killed, later to find out because she really was killed; several times and keeps coming back. Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by MaryAnn Szabo
Caron Rider's book was great. It was well written with a good story line. She took this concept of hers of a girl who fights demons and weaves it in such a way involving historical... Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by Kelly R
The Story- 17 year old Diana realizes she's not just your normal teenager, she is in fact a demon slayer that has been reborn countless times throughout history. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Dorine White
For those that don't really like history, this book is a great way to get interested in it. Read more