"one of the best urban paranormal series out there"
Mercy Thompson is an extremely busy mechanic. Unfortunately
it isn't just her car repairing business that keeps her
occupied. She also deals with vampires, Fae and werewolves
but seeing as she can shape shift into a coyote she is kind
of used to being around the paranormal.
She is now also the mate to the Alpha of the local werewolf
pack and is happily dating him. Then something goes wrong
and Mercy finds herself pushing Adam away and keeping
another wolf close to her. In the meantime a friend has gone
missing and Mercy has an item of his that a lot of Fae seem
to be interested in getting their hands on. The Fae can be
very dangerous and before Mercy realises what has happened
she finds herself too deep to get herself back out alone.
Is this really only book five in the series? I feel like
Mercy has been around forever! However I also feel like it
has been a long time since I met up with her last. Silver
Borne is the newest installment in the Mercy Thompson series
and yet again Patricia Briggs has written an amazing story
and kept me captivated for the whole read.
It didn't take long to reacquaint myself with my favourite
coyote. So it was no surprise when once again Mercy found
herself in deep trouble. Mercy seems to have changed a
little now that she is part of the local werewolf pack and
dating Adam but she is still the strong, stubborn and
kick-ass coyote I have come to know and love. The story
flows, the suspense grows and I found myself not being able
to put the book down for long. Now I wait patiently for the
next book which I am sure will take forever to come out.
If you haven't tried this series then you are missing out on
one of the best urban paranormal series out there. Different
and surprising this series is a must buy for me and one that
I highly recommend to anyone looking for something new. Just
start at the beginning to get the full effect.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted May 3, 2010