The Interludes is an anthology of stand alone stories that exist between Book #2 (Afterimage) and Book #4 (Fade) of the In The Company of Shadows series. This anthology contains key plot points and major development of characters and relationships that cannot be missed. In the Company of Shadows... show more
The Interludes is an anthology of stand alone stories that exist between Book #2 (Afterimage) and Book #4 (Fade) of the In The Company of Shadows series. This anthology contains key plot points and major development of characters and relationships that cannot be missed.
In the Company of Shadows series description:
Years after the bombs of WWIII have changed the physical and political landscape, the Agency ruthlessly works behind the scenes to take down rebel groups that threaten the current government. Their goals justify all means. Hsin Liu Vega (Sin) is their most efficient and deadly assassin ever. However, he tends to go off on unauthorized killing sprees and somehow his assigned partners all end up dead under suspicious circumstances. That is why the Agency has had him locked up in a box on the fourth floor for years. But now they think it is time to put the psychopath back in the field. With a new partner.
Boyd's mother, a high ranking Agency official, volunteers her teenage son for the position. Boyd is not afraid of death. In fact, his life has been such an endless cycle of apathy and despair for the last few years that he'd welcome it.
Can these two broken men form an efficient partnership? Can they learn to trust anyone, let alone each other? Sin doesn't give a fuck about the Agency, or the androgynous boy who holds the remote to the shock collar that is supposed to control him.
On the other hand, Boyd is strangely unafraid of the man everyone calls 'monster' and Sin seems reluctant to let his keeper get himself killed on any missions. Yet.
Format: online only
Publish date: 2010
Publisher: Santino Hassell & Ais
Pages no: 913
Edition language: English
Series: In the Company of Shadows (#3)
Without a doubt this one is my favourite of the series so far. While reading it I just could not get over how far both Hsin and Boyd have come. I adored Monterrey and all that happened there but I was always a little uneasy about how intense their relationship was throughout that period, mostly bec...
I decided to review the series as a whole, because it makes the most sense. So, try to bear with me, since this might get lengthy, and will contain a lot of gushing praise.First off, this series made me wonder how many amazing books I dismiss on the grounds of them not being 'my type' or being too l...
AWESOME! This series is the bomb! I'm so fuckin' hooked I can't read anything else!!Also I luurve how everybody is so promiscuous!!! *cackles*When I'm done with the series I will try writing a review that does it justice (though I'll probably fail).
Another addictive book…. I hated reading about Boyd an Kassian and although I liked the character Ivan, I only wanted Boyd and Sin together.Thank God this book was not full of angst as in Afterimage. I loved that Boyd finally understood that he couldn’t and didn’t want to live without Sin. But he wa...
Re-read Oct 6th.Just as beautiful as before.I will keep my review for this outstanding book short. Boyd and Sin, so beautiful together.BoydSinSin and Boyd have gone through a difficult time and now it is time to find a new balance. And I cannot express my feelings after reading Boyd’s beautiful conf...