Ricochet - The House of Silence
Publish date: April 27th 2012
Publisher: Fantastic Fiction Publishing
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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Series: The House of Silence (#2)
This picked up right where Volume One ended. It was chuck full of action and suspense. However, the plot did get a little drawn-out and far-fetched towards the middle. I love all these characters, so I'm ignoring that part. Vincent and Aburon are still my favorite. The connection between them is so ...
To use Reiji's words, one of the boys at the House of Silence: "It's quite the story. It's got action, intrigue, and a lot of people doing a lot of stupid, ridiculously brave things to try to save the day."Nonetheless, the second part of HoS ("The House at war") felt a bit random at times and wordy....
I enjoyed this series tremendously. The word I keep wanting to use to describe it is romp--although it's too dark for that, really. It is pretty heavy in parts...there is some very nasty non-con and bdsm scenes that would hardly be called 'play'....I suppose what was really missing for me in this se...
Please check out my review for both books here and Elizabetta's excellent review for book 2.
This is an excellent wrap up to the House of Silence (HOS) book one, picking up immediately from the cliffhanger ending and unfolding with fast-paced, unrelenting tension. The (HOS) is under siege by an evil, wicked, dastardly rat-assed bastard of a bad guy who wants one of our rent boys at any cost...
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