Friday, February 1, 2013

Review ~ Silver-White by Shawn Underhill

“The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,

But I have promises to keep,

And miles to go before I sleep.”

~ Robert Frost

*Evie’s family has been holding out on her …

Big time.

On an unexpected visit to her grandparents’ house in New Hampshire’s secluded North Woods, the sixteen-year-old literally runs into the truth of the long-hidden family secrets, and finds herself thrust without warning into the clandestine world of the Great North Pack—a wild and exhilarating world of rugged beauty, heart-pounding adventures, and long nights running under a sea of stars … but as she’s set to discover, a world also fraught with potential dangers lurking in the shadows.

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Author Shawn Underhill

Shawn is a part-time writer from New Hampshire, where he spends his free time hiking in the mountains, camping, racing dirt bikes, or anything else that keeps him outdoors. Dogs are his very favorite people. He is also the author of the novel All Things Different.

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My Thoughts:

Simply put, I liked it!  This is the beginning of a series about werewolves! This first book sets us up for what I'm sure is going to be a great YA series.

Evie is a great character and the book mostly focuses on her. She didn't know that people turned into wolves. At least not until it happened to her. Waking up naked in a flower bed was embarrassing enough, being found by her mother and not knowing how she got there was even worse.

I felt bad that Evie had been kept in the dark. I guess it was for her own good though! It was sad that her cousin was jealous and gave her attitude when she didn't even know what was going on.

The plot had running, dreams, secrets, action, wolves, cats, and more action!

I warn you, it ends in a cliff hanger! I have a feeling there are many more secrets to be uncovered. As with the last book I read, the only improvement that could be made would be to add some romance. 

I recommend this to all of you who like werewolves, or YA paranormal books.

Bring on the next book, I am eager to find out what happened at the end of this book.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. I honestly liked it a lot.

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  1. I'm happy to see in your review that i was right it's about werewolves^^, white werewolf included ^^

    i'm really happy you enjoyed this book however since you start to know me you know that i will put this book on the "to wait list" because of teh cliffhanger^^ i prefer to know when there is one so i can mark the series and wait until it's finished or at least until there are more book before reading them together.

    seems like there is a lot of action in this series and i trust your instinct when it tells you that there is more to come^^

    really good review, now i'm sure the cover is even more fitting^^


    1. The cover is very fitting and the book was a great set up for more werewolf awesomeness!

      Don't worry Miki. I'll let you know when it's safe to read it. :-)

    2. I'm loving all the werewolfishness going on, lol. Sounds great!

  2. Between your review and the giveaway post, I have decided to go ahead and purchase this book. It will most likely wait for a bit on the TBR shelf, but I'm really interested in the story that you introduced in your review.

    Thanks for sharing your review.

    1. After you read it, let me know what you thought of it.

      I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

  3. +JMJ+

    Thanks for the warning about the cliffhanger! If I ever try this series, it will be when all the books are out. LOL!

    1. we are on the same line for rhat Enbrethiliel, even with my favorite series i try to have a book ahead of teh one i should be reading just in case it ends with a cliffhanger ^^ ( better safe than sorry^^)

    2. I'm with you, I'm not a fan of cliffies at the ends of books, so I won't read usually till I know there's another book.

  4. Thanks for the review, I will definitely have to read this book! Though like Enbrethiliel, I'm not a fan of cliffies, so I may wait till all the books are out.

    1. Don't worry Emily. I'll let you all know when it is safe to read them without fear of the dreaded cliffies!