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Vision In Silver : A Novel of the Others

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    Anne Bishop(Author)

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The Others freed the cassandra sangue to protect the blood-prophets from exploitation, not realizing their actions would have dire consequences. Now the fragile seers are in greater danger than ever before - both from their own weaknesses and from those who seek to control their divinations for wicked purposes. In desperate need of answers, Simon Wolfgard, a shape-shifter leader among the Others, has no choice but to enlist blood-prophet Meg Corbyn's help, regardless of the risks she faces by aiding him.

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  • PDF | 480 pages
  • Anne Bishop(Author)
  • ROC (4 Feb. 2016)
  • English
  • 7
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By LJP on 4 May 2017

    Very frustrating series, where the author seems to purposely hold back information solely to control the outcome of the story. The good humans in the courtyard never standing up for the innocent good people outside. The Ancient Others, who couldn't see there were lots of innocents, who didn't deserve their wrath. Struggled with the self harming aspect of the story. But most of all struggled with the cost of the latest story in kindle form being £10. I would pay that for an excellent book in paperback form, that I could share with my friends!

  • By SamSid on 30 May 2015

    AMAZING, FANTASTIC and I could go on and on!! Anne Bishop should be fined for writing books that make you forget what day it is and when you had your last meal !

  • By miki on 16 May 2017

    The author is really talented to keep the series entertaining giving us more info on the Others but also making us more curious by adding more secrets and tension. The relationship between Meg and Simon or Meg and the Others in general is still very interesting with a lot of funny moments.However i must also admit that Anne Bishop wrote this one a lot darker than the first books, yes there were still humor but it seemed less with the tension and more profound moment....i don't want to spoil anything to you so i won't explain just telling you that your heart will constrict at time and perhaps tissue will be needed. No fear though those moments are spaced and in between you have fun, action and all you need. Meg, in a sense, is becoming more mature, trying to understand her need better to help others girls like her of course that doesn't go as smoothly as we would have wished for her.We still see Sam and Skippy ^^ both still so adorable, the girls gang is still fierce together (Vlad really prefer to have them one at a time coming to speak to him than together^^ yes we can be worse than a vampire). Simon is acting like a real well as like a puppy at a time ( too , too funny^^)The story is fascinating, the tension between and into each group is growing and loyalties are tested...letting us know that we will see more later.( And that's the reason i should never start a book in this series in the evening because i can't stop reading it even if it's way too late ( or too early in this case)So this is a series i really want to continue

  • By 'Books' Merricksson on 23 January 2017

    **I purchased a copy of this book for my own enjoyment, with no expectations of a review**Vision in Silver is the third installment of Anne Bishop's stunning The Others series. Even as the human pack within the Courtyard is growing, thanks to Meg’s presence, and despite Simon's disgruntlement, the radical Humans First and Last Movement is continuing to heat up. There are daily infractions against the agreements made with the terra indigene in Thaisia, and members of the hate-filled HFL movement are beginning to turn on humans still willing to work with the terra indigene. Even their families are not safe from the rampant vitriol.In other places, such as Ferryman’s Landing, the new caretakers of the cassandra sangue are struggling to learn how to best care for these most unusual of humans. Meg and her female pack are struggling to find ways to ease the prophecy sensations that cause the girls to cut their own flesh, and she is going through each day trying to pay attention to the things that help *her*, such the stability of routine.Meanwhile, Montgomery's daughter Lizzy ends up in Lakeside, unknowingly carrying a treasure the HFL will kill to get back. Attempts by the HFL to retrieve the treasure mesh with an increase in prejudice against the Others that ends in the deaths of two Courtyard members. Will the humans of Thaisia and beyond realise the danger of poking sleeping dragons? For more dangerous beings than the shifters and Sanguinati are beginning to take closer notice of humanity, and they aren't liking what they are finding.In Meg, Bishop has created an extremely fragile human, yet Meg is stronger than she looks. She is determined to use her unique gifts to help her friends, despite the great cost to her well-being. That takes a great deal of courage and fearlessness. So does standing up to the snarly Simon when necessary.This story is dynamic, immersive. It feels so very real, in its most tender moments, and its grittiest. I feel for these people. They have become a book family for me, and I care about what happens to them.Sadly, I find myself seeing more and more of my present country reflected in this story. The HFL, with its 'humans first and only’ policy, that allows discrimination against the terra indigene and humans who work with them, has its parallel in Donald Trump and his legion of white supremacists who have swarmed out of the woodwork, eager to discriminate against those not fitting their perfect ideal. And, I might say, oblivious to the true dangers surrounding them. I hope things work out for the best, for the terra indigene, as well as ourselves.🎻🎻🎻🎻🎻 Highly recommended

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