Winter is definitively here now with minus 10 or slighly less today and all temperature under zero for the next days....the perfect weather to stay safely inside near the fire with a good cup of tea and a book to spend a excelllent time don't you think?
Here is my opinion on the second book in the Others series by Anne Bishop.. i discovered it late but she has me captivated by this series now.
Genre: urban fantasySource: bought
I so loved this sequel... i mean it’s even better than book 1....so much that i couldn’t stop reading even if i should have since it was deep night but it was so good that i could only switch off the light for 5min before i had to get up again and continue reading until the last page.
Anne Bishop created an universe complexe but so captivating that you get immersed easily even if you don’t know a lot about if you are just so immersed in the story that you don’t feel as you are missing anything. I really loved to see in this sequel how Others from the world lived, reacted to humans being and at the same time to see how those we already know adjust to the changes that are happening.
I don’t want to tell you too much to avoid spoiler and it’s the kind of story where it’s really difficult to reduce our opinion on a few facts only... to resume this one had me laughing as crazy, cry a little, smiling most of the time.
Simon is still Simon and it was great to see how he is viewing his human pack now, i want more of Skippy and Sam...also of Whirlpool
Now ity’s also true that this one was a bit darker than the precedent book which fit perfectly with the events happening or that could happen as the author manages to always let us know a little more but keeps a large bit a mystery.
Really it’s a series to discover if you haven’t started it already and i can’t wait to get my hand on the next book as soon as i can and book 4 releases this year ( hardcover first but hey it’s around my birthday so i can hope because waiting one more year ( which i will have to do for book 5 ) is way WAY too long!!!)
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review