Born of Silence – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Posted: September 19, 2012 in Review

Born of Silence

Sherrilyn Kenyon

Published by Piatkus

Supplied by Hatchette

Reviewed by Cindy Hargreaves

Meet Kere a explosives engineer; he also happens to e the second most infamous member of the shadow organisation called Sentella. No one outside the Sentella knows his true identity – a big reason for this could be the astronomical bounty on his head.

Now meet Zarya Starska, she grew up on the back streets of hell. She dreams of a different life and a different world – she was labelled a traitor because of her father’s beliefs. Her goal as a resistance leader is to topple the government that took her father’s life, along with her right-hand man known only as Kere.

As normal Sherrilyn Kenyon has delivered a action packed, emotion wrenching, tear jerking novel.  My personal opinion was that this was not as good as a couple of the others in the series, but it was still good and I could not put it down. It dealt with some serious issues like what happens to a person who has been captured by the enemy.

Overall I did like this book because it did keep me engrossed form start to finish. As always she had well developed characters, plot and world. Look forward to reading more books in this world.

Find Cindy here for more writing and reviews.


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