SilverBy: Talia Vance
Series: Bandia series
Publication Date: Sept 08, 2012
Publisher: Flux Books
Paperback: 384 pages
4 out of 5 Stars
~ Blurb ~
An Irish heritage, Celtic myth, and deadly beauty
In eighth grade, Brianna did something so dreadful she was suspended and homeschooled. No one could explain what happened that night . . . except Brianna's Irish grandmother, who gave her a silver charm bracelet and told her to wear it until she turned seventeen. Ever since she slipped it on, Brianna has felt like she's invisible. People stare right past her as if she doesn't exist. And that includes Blake Williams, the one boy she can't resist.
But everything changes in one frozen, silver moment when Blake sees her--and recognizes what she's been hiding. Brianna is descended from Danu, the legendary Bandia of Celtic myth. Yet before she can fully understand who or what she is, Brianna accidentally binds her soul to Blake--whose tribe has spent the last thousand years hunting Danu's descendants to protect humanity.
~ My Review ~
Silver is Captivating, a Gripping love story. what a great read, I couldn't put it down.
Silver was a very unique read, I loved it!!. Brianna and Blake life becomes entwined when their souls are accidently bounded together. Brianna has no idea she is a descendant of Danu,the legendary Bandia of the Celtic myth,while Blake's tribe has spent the last thousand years hunting the Danu's descendants to protect humanity. Will these two unlikely pair be able to truly trust and love each other? or Will they wind up having to kill each other in the end? Has the end been already written or will they be able to end this thousand year old curse?
I really enjoyed the plot it was very unique. There were so many twist and turns throw out this book. when it came to the characters with Blake I didn't know weather to like him or hate him at first, but at the end I really like him. Brianna at first wasn't a strong character but near the end she wasn't letting anyone push her around or tell her what to do. I can't wait to see what Talia has in store for us in the next book and I would defiantly recommend this book.