Book Review

by Nalini Singh

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

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The incomparable Singh's mesmerizing seventh book in her award-winning Psy–Changeling series sheds light on historical events that led to the creation of Silence. When it comes to delivering stories that grab you by the throat and don't let go, Singh is in a class by herself!

Steely Shine Foundation head Dev Santos is fairly certain that the battered, starved and amnesiac woman dumped on his doorstep is a Psy trap. Still, Dev can't bring himself to kill her.

With no name or memory, "Katya" is fighting for her life and sanity. Although she is a Psy, Katya has been walled off from the Net Mind and only allowed enough feedback to survive. Both Katya and Dev suspect she's a dangerous weapon aimed at Dev, but can they find a way to subvert her programming? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Nov., 400 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith


Published: November 2009

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4.5 Stars

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Blaze of Memory

Submitted by Jancat on October 25, 2010 - 2:32pm.

What a wonderful addition to this amazing series. Nalini Singh further builds the Psy/Changeling/Human world and gives some incite into how things came to be the way they are. There is a major surprise at the end of the book that bodes for some additional happenings in future books.

So much is counting on DarkRiver, SnowDancer, the Forgotten and all the Psy and people tied to them.