Monday, January 24, 2022

Book Review: Silver to the Heart by Brien Feathers

Title: Silver to the Heart (Light of Adua Book 1)
Author: Brien Feathers
Genre: Magic; Vampires; Urban Fantasy
Publication Date: October 21, 2021

So begins the apocalypse, with death and a story of love.

An old soul (several centuries old), the lover, fighter, and telekinetic Drake receives an order to safeguard Ana, a mortal with Elder Talent.
Ana, an artist beset by haunting visions, falls for the perfect stranger while venturing home to mediate emergent family chaos.
Past-warlord and present commander Sasuke wields his telepathic might to outwit Council traitors in an effort to save the human realm and its Guardian from a new Dark War.
Criminal and light bender Lou, now sought by the Council to answer for his sins, seeks shelter with the Reverend—an Elder fit to bypass rules of magic meant to be unbreakable.
As time’s last grains of sand deplete, an ancient battle may renew, with pieces of the fractured realm imperiling man’s modern world. Though few on Earth are cognizant, dark days now lie ahead. . . 



*A Thank you to BookSirens for allowing me to read this book. This is my honest and unbiased review*
Hello Fellow Readers,

I really wanted to like this book (seems to be what I keep saying lately) but I had a hard time following along with the story. For me, this was because I felt there was way too many characters to keep track of. I kept getting them confused with each other. This made me feel a little lost, which is a shame as feathers is a good writer. The plot would have been much more interesting for me if I didn't feel so disconnected.

Overall, great writing but too many characters to keep track of.


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