Apr 01, AH rated it it was amazing Shelves: I stopped everything I was doing and just started reading it right then and there. No, my disappointment is in the way the damned romance thing was handled. Find More Posts by Andie. Please try again later. And Weretoms Marc and Jace would give their very soul in the duel for Faythe’s heart It is a unique story in which although she is a werecat with a strong personality and convictions, she is still physically weaker than her male-werecats, and not always making ‘smart’ choices.
May 08, Wendy Darling rated it it was ok Shelves: I got a big kick out of the “mafia” storyline ; I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone who hasn’t read it, but I will say that I was really surprised with the entire alpha-match in the driveway. The unscrupulous new Council chair has charged Jace, Marc and me with trespassing, kidnapping, murder and treason. The most annoying part being that everything he did was considered legal under the Council. She went to college. Survive first, then be independent. I get the feeling that the wildcats are super patriarchal because maybe Rachel Vincent wanted to stage her own version of a feminist revolution.
Now fighting a psychic drought and an enemy in her midst, her only comfort is the love of her life – Fayte Screamers leading man Nash Hudson. When you left, it felt like the world got darker.
If any of you have not read it yet, please saanders if you trust my taste at all, I promise you’ll love it! Consider this a Public Service Announcement: Yes, even above her life. When does the next book come out? I’ll start by saying that this has been one the best Urban Fantasy series I have read.
Their relationships are just kind of there but I’m not feeling it. Females are rare, and they’re supposed to hit puberty, get married, and produce the next generation with their One True Love. This book was supposed to be the wrap-up all the other stories was leading to – and we do get to see more internal power struggles with the annoying council I want to choke.
First of all, she was supposed to be all tough and kick ass, but she came across as c I’m reviewing this series as a whole rather than each individual book. I knew that in a book called “Alpha”, I would see Faythe arrive at the pinnacle she has strived for and in the position she has been training for.
I don’t know if I would have handled it as well and been as strong as Faythe was.
It honestly didn’t matter that the bad guys kept calling her bitch. Rachel Vincent’s “The Mid-Day Mangler Meets His Match,” is set in an alternate reality where everyone is a vampire, is the story of a teenager who finds use for her vestigial fangs when she must fight to save her little sister from a serial killer.
Please of of shiftdrs who shifter not read it yet, let me know everything you think about it once you do. Less than a day later I am here writing this review of the closing book of one of my favorite series ever and it could not be more bittersweet. Unfortunately the ending fell apart and left me with no hope knowing this is the final book in the series. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Greg was very open with Faythe, and gave her the best advice a father could give a daughter.
For her brother and his best friend, who had just been treacherously killed by enemies! I don’t even wanna stop writing the review because I know it will be the final closure to this amazing series! I’m sad this is the last installment of Faythe and her Pride, but what a way to end it. The setting is supposed to be current day America with a twist – the characters are werecats, part of a hidden subculture.
She is malnurished and has been wandering in the woods for months. She is the most indecisive person ever!
Character profile for Faythe Sanders from Stray (Shifters, #1) (page 1)
He respects her as alpha. At times, the grief and sadness made me go through a lot of tissues. Faythe and the rest of her Pride are seeking revenge for the murder of her brother Ethan. At one point, my jaw fell open at this exchange with Marc at the Sanders’ enforcer’s house: But now it’s finished.
But now it’s time to take justice into our own hands. No, my disappointment is in the way the damned romance thing was handled. I kept hoping I was wrong but then they started that huge battle with Malone’s men and I knew it was coming.
He’s everything I want in a man minus the enormous, furry cat claws. Vincent is the only author who can make me forget that the main character is going to prevail in the end. Yeah, we’ve been busy. View all 4 comments. The way we love? The scenes where Greg died were the most difficult for me to read.
The last 3 books have been an extremely emotional rollercoaster ride. Was it a sound decision? I just teared up and a few of them escaped, so don’t think less of me, okay? It feels like being smothered to death or buried alive.
Shifters 3 — Pride.