Queen of Shadows
View our feature on Dianne Sylvan's Queen of Shadows Meet Miranda Grey—music and magic are in her blood. Overwhelmed by her uncanny ability to manipulate people's emotions through her music, Miranda Grey comes to the attention of vampire lord David Solomon. Believing he can help bring her... show more
View our feature on Dianne Sylvan's Queen of Shadows Meet Miranda Grey—music and magic are in her blood. Overwhelmed by her uncanny ability to manipulate people's emotions through her music, Miranda Grey comes to the attention of vampire lord David Solomon. Believing he can help bring her magic under control, David discovers that Miranda's powers may affect the vampire world too...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 31st 2010
Pages no: 389
Edition language: English
Series: Shadow World (#1)
Trigger warning for discussion of gang rape, racism, and violent homophobia. In a city known for it's musical talent, Miranda Grey is a rising star. Each night when she gets on stage, she somehow manages to channel the emotions of the crowd into her performance. Some songs are so moving that people...
I picked Queen of Shadows up with the expectation of it being a "safety zone" kind of read. Something that I have read a million times before, something so predictable I could jump around if I wanted to and not miss a beat, something that I would enjoy but wouldn’t really excite or wow me. In fact I...
Good story if a bit predictable. I could see most of the events unfold way before they actually did and the foreshadowing was a bit clumsy. Also, just for a change can we not have the protagonist stay away from his mate 'for her own good, so she can lead a normal life'?! Ugh..hello, shades of Twil...
I really enjoyed this book overall. I fell in love with the characters. The heroine, Miranda, is an empath who doesn't know how to control her powers unless she is on stage performing. David is the computer geek she bumps into at the grocery store. But he's not just a computer geek; he is also the h...
4.8Let's just say that this book was extremely well written. The author had me under her spell after the first line of the book.Trust me when I say that this is a well structured, well thought out, well developed book. It's not a completely different take on the vampire myth but it is a different ta...
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