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Shadowed Threads (A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book 4) Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1717 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: HiJinks Ink Publishing (15 Aug. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DZUICMA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews
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Shannon Mayer lives in the southwestern tip of Canada with her husband, dog, cats, horse, and cows. When not writing she spends her time staring at immense amounts of rain, herding old people (similar to herding cats) and attempting to stay out of trouble. Especially that last is difficult for her.

To learn more about Shannon and her books, go to www.shannonmayer.com

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well i guess ive said it all before but at least im not the only one raving about this series. love the characters, love that each book brings another twist and a little more complication and mayhem (sorry rylee!), love that the beast of bodmin moor made an appearance! as always, most of all i love alex, shame he wasnt in this one as much as the others, but i suppose i have to face the fact rylee is the main character not alex, and none of the others have their own book so s.m does realise how special he is! oh gawd, im doing that thing where the line between a fictional story and 'real life' becomes very blurred! cant help it, dont care, just love him and will just have to hope hes in the thick of things in the next book. anyway, it has to be the sign of seriously good characterisation when readers become besotted with a werewolf with learning difficulties! i agree with the reviewer who says that the dragon was almost a step too far for some bizarre reason, but because all the rest is so ridiculously good i can ignore that one thing. it rarely happens that i get so involved with characters in a series and probably never in something of this genre which tends to be too lightweight for me to care. but the further i follow the exploits of rylee and her 'pack', the more firmly i become caught in their net of camaraderie. they all remain totally true to themselves and their nature whilst slowly and steadily becoming a stronger and tighter family and i think part of s.mayers genius is knowing that is something we all want, deep down. i could rattle on about the series as a whole for ages but as ive already said more than my fair share ill stop, and hope everyone keeps reading and enjoying the trackers adventures as much as i do, (if these reviews are anything to judge by thats a big affirmative!)
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after I'd read the first book I left a review saying the book wasn't as good as other authors I'd been reading, but thanks to kindle, and the books being there to download when I want them, I've just read this book & the last one in quick succession.
I found the book riveting & the depth of the characters has improved immensely. Shannon is just getting better and bettered I can't wait to start reading the next book.
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This is Rylee's fourth outing and I promise this is THE best instalment yet, it has everything you want from Rylee, Liam,Alex, even Milly and her wickedness, and a lot more besides.

I'm not going to give to many spoilers it's not fair on new readers who have "tracked" (see what I did there) the Rylee books down, but I will review as best I can for I am not a writer.

If you are new to Shannon Mayers' Rylee Adamson novels it's best you start from well the start!
Book 1: Priceless,
Book 2: Immune
Book 3: Raising Innocence. And this newest addition
Book 4: Shadowed Threads.

I promise it's worth reading the series so everything makes sense not only that but, you get a better understanding of the story as each book follows on from the next they don't really work as stand alone novels.

Shadowed Threads, starts from the point Raising Innocence ended. Right from the get go the action picks up, and you know it's only going to get grittier with more bloodshed, mixed with Rylee's own fantastic dry personality, if she loves you she'll lay her life down for you, if your one of the lost children she tracks, she'll keep going till she finds you whether your alive or dead though this sounds gruesome it gives closure to the parents, something she, knows about first hand (I'm not giving any more away read the books ;-D )
If you cross her.....she'll kill you and wipe her blades clean on your cooling body.

The writing is tight, the story flows and never feels stilted it grips you and doesn't let go, the end just leaves you panting for more.
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Shadowed Threads (Rylee Adamson #4) by Shannon Mayer

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I love this series, its one of those that's so full of content and adventure, loves lost and found, sad loneliness and then friends and new family - its one that I love to read and re read, each time finding subtle clues I'd missed first time round. A novel that leaves you feeling content with what you've read, sad that's its ended and wanting more from that world.
This book, fourth in series, is my favourite so far. I missed O'Shea in the last book - he and Rylee are so good for each other and she's so much on her plate now with the responsibilities of people she's taken in that she need someone strong. Cat shifter Will would like it to be him, he's seems t have a real fancy for Rylee, Faris the vampire wants it to be him, he wants the power she will bring him, but it's no good for any of them as her heart is lost to Liam O'Shea. Sadly he struggled to cope with becoming werewolf and ran off, Riley needs to track him but its difficult and others needing her help now keep getting in the way. She was asked to track children taken in the UK in the last book, and met Tracker Jack. Jack is dying from cancer and has said he'll teach Rylee what she needs to know, but he's dragging his feet and she's still in UK and now been waiting three weeks. Rylee doesn't do waiting well....so it typical Rylee form she forces the issue.
What follows is the usual roller-coaster we've come to expect. Jack has some dangerous magic books that indicate Rylee is the subject of a prophecy, sister Berget is still alive and seems to be happy, Milly has trapped Liam, has him under her control and is using him for her own ends.
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