- File Size: 2330 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- Publisher: Argento Publishing, LLC (January 11, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078Z2VRLK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,640 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Best books I've read in thirty years."
"His intense actions scenes let you see the fangs and claws, hear the gunshots, feel the magic, and smell the fear."
"Shayne could write a grocery list on a dirty napkin and make it an international bestseller."
"All the humor of Deadpool, all the magic of Harry Potter."
"I went from crying my eyes out to laughing uncontrollably, repeatedly."
"This HAS to be picked up by Netflix."
"Publishers who didn't snap up this series are missing out on a gold mine."
"Everything you thought you knew about vampires, shifters, dragons, wizards, fairies and gods is flat wrong."
"I usually see plot twists a mile away. Shayne has proven me wrong. Every time."
"I am astounded as to how the author keeps the story fresh and exciting."
"It's like the characters walked off the page, joined me at the bar, and bought me a drink."
"Shayne deals literary crack, and I'm not ashamed to admit I'm addicted."
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Feathers and Fire Series - Ongoing
2. Rage - B076DGK4T9
3. Whispers - B078Z2VRLK
4. Savage - coming April 17, 2018
The Temple Chronicles - ongoing
1. Obsidian Son - B009NNHPIA
2. Blood Debts - B0180YBIYY
3. Grimm - B01L1CM1T8
4. Silver Tongue - B01N9CYNK4
5. Beast Master - B06XCRXVF2
6. Tiny Gods - B072M22BXT
6.5 Daddy Duty - B077ZMX2W9
7. Wild Side - B07576D9M8
8. War Hammer - B077S4GN5C
9. Nine Souls - B07B3FCTHN
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The story remains engaging and once again solidifies Callie Penrose as more than just flashier arm candy for his other central series protagonist Nate Temple, the ongoing chemistry between them being just staggered and reluctant enough despite all the heat between them to make it realistic given their individual wildly chaotic existences. Nate appears once again in this novel though I will admit Silvers is kind of pushing the credibility of his 'Oh I wasn't here because of you, happy coincidence ain't it?" logic to all their run-ins, both appearing in eachother's books very briefly but making huge impacts on things in the story. It could be his way of tempting readers to imagine how hectic a full blown team-up between them would run, but it also gives the impression that some parts of their stories need the other to function properly, something I believe Silvers has been trying to avoid to let them both stand alone as stronger protagonists, especially since Nate Temple has had the much longer build up to his story before Callie was even introduced.
The rest of the story holds up well though and throws in more twists and turns for the overarching plot of the series and world as well as numerous nuances for the characters themselves. The backdrop of the Vatican is unfortunately sorely underdeveloped given how much of the story takes place there, it feels like another wasted opportunity to dig a deeper foundation for the feel and setting of the world of the story. Rather instead the action takes precedence again which is welcome, but given how staggered some events are from each other it just feels like there was room to stop and look around a bit, so to speak.
It unashamedly ended on a bit of a teaser towards the previously noted full on team-up, and once again the timing of the novel is set a bit ambiguously compared to the timeline of the Nate Temple novels so it can be hard to tell how big a leap forward one of them is taking when showing up in the other's book.
Also "bear peyote" is now a thing, and I am definitely stealing that one for my own use in the future.
Shayne Silvers does it again. Just when you figure out how a storyline will go, he throws you into a rabbit ho!e that has no end. You find yourself deep in a plot that blows your mind. Because of a murder at the Vatican, Callie and Roland are thrown in the midst of a religious conspiracy that plots brother against brother. Despite the basis of Shayne's books, urban fantasy, I think it is interesting that the conspiracy has its' roots in "regulars" but gets resolved by "freaks".
" Whispers" is a non-stop action ride that gives us a more in-depth glimpse of who Callie is. She is someone that you want as friend, loyal and honest-who will do whatever it takes to do what is right, regardless of consequences. As in Shayne Silvers' books, there is the usual humor and typical quotable phrases which take root in your mind. There is every reason to love his books and every reason to jump in the world of Shayne Silvers, a place you will find a home.
From the very beginning you get smacked with your favorite Shepherd being forced to become a vampire or die! Needless to say Roland is now a vampire Shepherd. Callie now has to keep the entire Conclave from learning their secret while they find proof of who killed a Shepherd and save the lives of two innocent werewolves.
I hope that is enough to whet your appetite to read this book. I don't like to give to many spoiler alerts as to ruin the story for you. Suffice it to say that there is so much more for you to uncover that you don't want to miss it !!
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You can read this series as a stand alone or mix with the Nate Temple series, I'd recommend reading both sets as they are some of the best modern day writing you will find. The more books you read the more you go back and re read to see how far back plots were set up, hinted and and seeds sown in your mind. I have to keep rereading as I never see everything the first go around.
The writing draws you in and keeps you there so that you want to read the books in one go and not put them down - unfortunately this time someone neglected to tell my family of this.
With the usual twists and turns you expect from a Shayne Silvers book he will have you cursing his name as normal just sit back and enjoy the ride :-)
to give anything away, but prepare to be shocked and surprised while you are having major problems putting this book down.
It comes with all the usual sass and action I always associate with this author, a terrific story line, and an ending that leaves you wanting more.