Violet : The Silver Series

  • by Cheree Alsop
  • Narrated by Michele Carpenter
  • Series: The Silver Series
  • 5 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Violet, the fourth book of the Silver Series, is about a teenage girl who awakens to the harsh reality of life as a werewolf. Protected by a wild werewolf with golden eyes, Colleen finds solace in his forest and control over her rapidly changing life. But Colleen's control is put to the ultimate test when her loved ones are in danger, forcing her to choose between freedom or returning to the source of her nightmares.
Violet is a story of love amid loss and courage in the face of overwhelming odds. It is a story of finding a kernel of hope within a life torn apart by an accident and a cruel twist of fate.


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Customer Reviews

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A "clean" paranormal YA

There were many plot points that weren't easily followed or that left me confused for a time. I'd like to say that it's because this is book 4 in a series and simply not a stand-alone book. I think that is true in most of the places I had problems.

This is definitely a "clean" YA book. By that I mean that a young teenage girl ends up living alone in the forest with a boy who becomes her "boyfriend". Yet there is little touching or kissing and absolutely no mention of any other bodily functions. In spite of being werewolves and the girl not even being able to control her phasing, they somehow retain their sense of modesty and are able to hide from each other while shifting and devise ways to carry clothes with them almost all the time. If you are concerned about your child's reading material, then this is a great book for them, and a refreshing change from most of the other YA books in this genre. However, as an adult, it stretched my credibility.

It tries to be an inspiring story of love and hope and family and friends in the face of danger and uncertainty. And yes everything works out okay in the end. I understood the message, but sometimes felt that the shifts in mood (from danger to freedom for example) were too quick and not well explained.

Overall, I'd say it's a good paranormal book for YA readers, especially those on the younger side. But start at the first book in the series and read in order. Not recommended for adults.

The narrator was great. Her voice fit a young girl's voice perfectly, yet she still managed to do characterization of the other characters, most of whom were older males.
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- Lindsay

Violet: The Silver Series 4 review

What made the experience of listening to Violet the most enjoyable?

The narrator, Michelle Carpenter does a great job of telling it. Because of this, I have interest in the other books in this series.

What does Michele Carpenter bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Tremendous voice in narrating.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The beginning and the main characters transformation into a werewolf.

Any additional comments?

An interesting werewolf series.

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- Mark Mackey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-22-2014
  • Publisher: Cheree Alsop