Thursday, October 8, 2015

Unspoken (Shadow Falls: After Dark, #3) by C.C. Hunter

I would like to thank the publicity department of St. Martin's Griffin for an advance copy of this book for an honest review and coverage on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads. Now, onto the review....

Hunter's Shadow Falls series is one of my all-time favorites. I love the world the author created, and I was definitely pleased when I found out she was writing a spin-off series featuring her vampire BFF, Della. 

To avoid spoilers for those who haven't read the previous installments, I won't dig in too much, but I find it extremely difficult to keep quiet when I've read a great novel. I rated this book, as well as the previous books (Reborn and Eternal) 5/5. 

If you're looking for an original YA paranormal novel, pick up the first book in the original Shadow Falls series, Born at Midnight. I loved that book SO MUCH that I devoured it in two sittings. I missed a lot of sleep everytime I started a C.C. Hunter novel, but it was totally worth it. 

I love the character Della and the gorgeous love interest she falls for. I enjoyed the authors perception of the world, and I felt that by reading this book I was, for a brief moment in time, someone else. Not every book does that, though, which makes me appreciate those books that go deep into your core and you can't get it out of your head. I read this book, read another outside of this series, and I missed it so much I just simply had to re-read it. 

I'm sad that Unspoken is the last novel of the SFAD trilogy, but it feels nice to feel complete, like you've put a lot of effort into something and you finally achieve your desired result. I highly recommend this book to all my readers, whether you're young or old(er). 

Right now I'm currently reading another St. Martin's Griffin title, "Romancing the Dark in the City of Lights" by Anna Jacobus. So far I'm enjoying it and can't wait to share my review with you! 

Until next time, happy reading! 


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