In this thrilling and suspenseful fantasy, set in the world of the New York Times bestselling Others series, Vicki DeVine and her lodger, the shapeshifter Aggie Crowe, stumble onto a dead body . . . and find themselves enmeshed in danger and dark secrets.Human laws do not apply in the territory controlled by the Othersvampires, shapeshifters, and paranormal beings even more deadly. And this is a fact that humans should never, ever forget . . . After her divorce, Vicki DeVine took over a rustic resort near Lake Silence, in a human town that is not human controlled. Towns like Vickis have no distance from the Others, the dominant predators that rule most of the land and all of the water throughout the world. And when a place has no boundaries, you never really know whats out there watching you.Vicki was hoping to find a new career and a new life. But when her lodger, Aggie Croweone of the shapeshifting Othersdiscovers a dead body, Vicki finds trouble instead. The detectives want to pin the mans death on her, despite the evidence that nothing human could have killed the victim. As Vicki and her friends search for answers, things get dangerousand itll take everything they have to stay alive....
|Title||:||Lake Silence (The Others #6)|
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Lake Silence (The Others #6) Reviews
Thank you to Berkley/Ace/Daw and Netgalley for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.
I'd like to start with a cheer! I am SO glad that Anne Bishop was able to continue writing in the world of the Others. The first five books are stories surrounding Lakeside and involving Simon Wolfgard and Meg Corbyn, cassandra sangue. And they're fantastic. Book six, Lake Silence, picks up with a new set of characters in a new area of the world. This time, we're following a regular human, Vi ...more
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I love this series so much. And this installment didn't disappoint.
I can’t even tell you how long it’s been since a book legitimately caused me to lose sleep, or consumed my thoughts to such extremes that I became poor company because literally all I wanted to do was read and read and read some more. That used to be my standard mode of operation when reading anything, but for the past several months even the best of books haven’t been able to elicit this type of response. ...more
I wasn't sure that I would read this book because I was sorely disappointed in how Meg and Simon's story ended. We waited 5 books and only got a kiss? That pissed me off. Of course, one of the people who commented on my review of that book pretty much called me a sick pervert for wanting there to have been wolfy sex, so that was a bit of a consolation. I do love it when I can get people to hate on me when I write silly reviews as a hobby. Of course, I don't respond to trolls, because my sons wou ...more
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(view spoiler)[6/21/17 edit- oh hey look, a cover.
3/11/17 edit- so there's a description now. After Etched in Bone I'm not all that excited for this. I'll give it a chance though.
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*** 4.25 ***
A buddy read with my Family @ BB&B Wednesday UF Group! Because we love The Others!!!
Another chapter in the tale of the World of The Others starts with this sixth book in the series. This time it is a mostly human settlement on the Lake Silence, and the recently divorced 30 year old Vicky DeVine. She has become the caregiver of a rustic resort on the lake, The Jumble, and her one and only lodger is the shapshifitng Crow -Guard Aggie Crowe. Although all humans in the aria are awar ...more
Lake Silence was surprisingly good. Not that I didn’t think Anne Bishop could write another great book. But I was surprised how much I liked it after spending 5 books with other characters and then completely shifting to an entirely new cast. The reason was that everything felt familiar if slightly different, like a trip to your favorite store in a different state.
Vicky is working on bringing a run down resort next to the wild back into being a viable business. It was the only thing she got out ...more
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I enjoyed this book. After reading the earlier books in the series last year, I was really curious about this newest installment. I knew going into this book that it was set in the same world as the previous books but it would feature different characters. I was relieved to find that I liked this new group of characters right away. I had a really nice time with this story.
Vicki is a rather new resident in the area. She recently acqui ...more
IT WAS SO BLOODY GOOD I CAN'T EVEN