Cast in Silence : Chronicles of Elantra

  • by Michelle Sagara
  • Narrated by Khristine Hvam
  • Series: Chronicles of Elantra
  • 17 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Don't ask. Don't tell. Stay alive.
A member of the elite Hawk force that protects the City of Elantra, Kaylin Neya has sacrificed much to earn the respect of the winged Aerians and immortal Barrani she works alongside. But the mean streets she escaped as a child aren't the ones she's vowed to give her life guarding. Those were much darker….
Kaylin's moved on with her life—and is keeping silent about the shameful things she's done to stay alive. But when the city's oracles warn of brewing unrest in the outer fiefdoms, a mysterious visitor from Kaylin's past casts her under a cloud of suspicion. Thankfully, if she's anything, she's a survivor….


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Never disappoint!

It's a great story and it explains so much of some passages on the previous books. I read some reviews where it was said that there were holes in the plot line but I believe that if not intentional (as cliff hangers) this book covers a lot of the "unexplained things", specially regarding her 6 month absence between the fifs and the hawks. Get it! You won't be sorry! I can't wait to hear the next one. I could probably read it because they are available in print but it won't be the same as Khristine Hvam brings so much to the plate and delivery of the story.. so I will patiently wait (sighs)..
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- Nina

Great story but foul language of one character

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

NO! I got into this series because Ms Sagara seemed to go out of her way not to use of bad language. Loved the first four books. This one was shocking to my senses. I realized that she was trying to setup a character that was uneducated and had lived under terrible conditions, but, to me, the distraction to the audio book was immense. I may never listen to another one of her books, at least not without reviews that indicate that that she has used much better ways to describe such conditions without using the "F" word in such a liberal way. Sorry MIchelle, people may talk that way, but I don't have to listen.

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- Roger

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2011
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books S.A.