Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

Cover for Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

Title: Vision in Silver

Author: Anne Bishop

Series: The Others #3

Pages: 407

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Well this was another book that i just couldn’t put down! This is such a fascinating and unique world that it is very hard to put the book down. 

This book picks up shortly after the previous one ended. The humans are trying to take control of Thasia by blaming food shortages and other issues on the Others. This book basically shows how greedy and self-absorbed humans can be, especially when trying to gain power. I am really enjoying this storyline a lot, even if it is a bit dark at times. 

Meg has changed so much since book one. She is continuing to figure out how her abilities work and is now crafting a guide to help others. She makes a lot of progress but also a few mistakes. I really am enjoying the progression of her character and how she is handling her urge to cut. She is building confidence in herself and learning to rely on her friends for help and support. All of the human pack members have become great side characters and I love how they take care of each other.

Simon is changing too. He is becoming more human-like in some ways but also more ruthless at the same time, especially when it comes to Meg. Simon also is learning that not all humans are bad and has started to trust them more. He is seeing them more as part of the pack than as just meat which I really enjoy. Simon is also still struggling with his reactions to Meg and still hasn’t worked out yet that she is his, but then again Meg hasn’t figured it out yet either. I am really loving the slow burn on their relationship, which isn’t something I expected since I don’t usually like slow building relationships like this. 

Overall, this was another wonderful addition to this series. I cannot wait to jump into the next book, especially after the ultimatum given to the humans. 

Trigger Warnings: self harm, murder, death of side-characters, injuries,

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Written in Red
  2. Murder of Crows

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