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Shadows & Silence: A Wild Bunch Novel Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Winter is a smart clever and smart-mouthed and I loved her in this book. She has had a tough background but not as tough as Razvan's childhood. This is where the dark part of the book comes in and London Miller does an really good balancing act of enough detail/darkness to add depth and feeling to the story without making the book too bleak and grim. The book is written from dual POV's, this helped me get to know and really like both Winter and Razvan, as well as adding extra depth and contrast to the story.
The writing is excellent, it flows well and is easy to read whilst the dialogue feels natural. The pace of the book was good and kept me turning pages, I just didn't want to put the book down. The characters are detailed and believable. The chemistry between Razvan and Winter was steaming hot and I felt their connection.
I will be reading the rest of this series as soon as it becomes available, and am hoping to catch up on the Den of Mercenaries characters who appeared in this book too.
“Death was a needy mistress—it stalked them constantly.”
London Miller is an author I found through her collaborations with Bethany-Kris and ever since I have been frantically trying to catch up on her whole back catalogue…and I’m nearly there. I love my mafia books and while this is a spin off series about mercenaries and hackers, this started in the genre I love. Mercenaries and hackers though…I have come to love even more. Crooks & Kings was the first book in this series and gave us our first introduction to these characters. Razvan was fondly knows as Tacut, the silent one, and he has intrigued me from the very beginning. This was a book I couldn’t wait to start and then never wanted to end.
London Millers writing has that effortless feel, her stories simply spill from the pages drawing you into her worlds and never letting you go until the final word is read. Her character connection is on point and the emotion in this book was one thing that totally shocked me simply because I wasn’t expecting. I will admit, tears were spilled, I am an extremely emotional person and London Miller totally engulfed me in all those feels as pasts and presents collide.
“But now, things were different. They weren’t friends—acquaintances, at best. God help them all.”
There is some overlap in this book to Crooks & Kings and while it felt familiar it wasn’t distracting at all given that they were told from a different perspective, but I could see why the author went there to bring Razvan and Winter’s story to fruition. As ever this book is full of action, from beginning to end and a plot that was thoroughly engaging as well as entertaining.Read more ›
Winter Banes at age 18 wasn't an average hacker let alone teenager, since becoming some sort of an asset to the kingmaker she'd become a part of the Den without actually being there , like the King makers every recruitment Winter also came with a past , she to was saved from something unspeakable but the way she was brought was unconventional. She was the Den's baby not only were they protective of her but she was a freelancer with a purpose after one particular job turns her life 360 she comes face to face with her present and her past. London broke her , New York bewitched her and the kingmaker owned her.
Răzvan Petri aka Tăcut was the oldest among the wild bunch at 32 not only was he a trained assassin but once a part of the lotus society he was a weapon a weapon that didn't make a sound and not by his choice, just like the other boys in the wild bunch Tăcut just didn't share a brotherhood with them but also a nightmare , the one the made Fang, Thantos, Invictus and himself what they were today deadly , dark and dangerous but what he wasn't ready for was to be captivated by the silver haired hacker that pulled him in with every look, he wasn't used to love but he was an all in type of guy even if that meant the one he loved caused a chaos like none other. She was the sound to his Silence, the high to his low.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After meeting Tâcut and Winter in Crooks & Kings I was really excited to get their story and I can tell you now, London has not disappointed. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Nicola Spears
5 Super big shiny stars for London!! I have been not so patiently waiting for this book since I finished book 1 and I can tell you that it was worth every minute!!! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Tamara Harrington