Friday 8 January 2021

DEAD SILENCE by Kimberly Derting


Dead Silence (The Body Finder, #4)Dead Silence by Kimberly Derting
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the last book in a YA thriller series that somehow got lost in my bookshelf, but should've been read ages ago. Especially since I enjoyed the first three books so much!

Violet has been through a lot. She can hear the echoes of the dead and imprints from their killers. But after surviving a kidnapping herself, she now carries her own imprint and it's making life almost impossible. But everything is about to get so much worse...

Wow. What a great ending to a wonderful and very suspenseful series, with an intriguing concept that never stopped being interesting.

Even though it's been years since I read the third book in this quartet, I slipped back into Violet's world as soon as I started reading. All of the important details about the previous books seemed to mysteriously come back to me. Of course, the awesome narrative helped to jog my memory enough that I fell into the swing of things instantly.

I've liked Violet from the beginning because she was brave and determined to help whenever/however she could. Often, putting herself in danger to do so. Her stubborness was a trait that should've been frustrating, but wasn't. I also loved Violet and Jay as a couple. They were adorable together and faced several dilemmas, but their connection and friendship always shone through. And his constant support of her gift was so cool.

The mystery that Violet needs to solve/chase in this one is simple enough, but SO messed up. And ties in with her work with the team at the Centre, as well as some very cool revelations about her grandmother and the gift they shared.

I'm so glad I finally read the conclusion to this very awesome series because I couldn't put it down.

Love when a series has a fantastic conclusion. 😊 

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