Marked in Flesh (The Others #4) by Anne Bishop Review

For centuries, the Others and humans have lived side by side in uneasy peace. But when humankind oversteps its bounds, the Others will have to decide how much humanity they’re willing to tolerate—both within themselves and within their community…

Since the Others allied themselves with the cassandra sangue, the fragile yet powerful human blood prophets who were being exploited by their own kind, the delicate dynamic between humans and Others changed. Some, like Simon Wolfgard, wolf shifter and leader of the Lakeside Courtyard, and blood prophet Meg Corbyn, see the new, closer companionship as beneficial—both personally and practically.

But not everyone is convinced. A group of radical humans is seeking to usurp land through a series of violent attacks on the Others. What they don’t realize is that there are older and more dangerous forces than shifters and vampires protecting the land that belongs to the Others—and those forces are willing to do whatever is necessary to protect what is theirs…

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my review

Marked in Flesh (The Others, #4)Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop
My rating: 3,5 of 5 stars

This one wasn’t so bad, for sure was better than the previous book. The plot has lots of action, that I definitely appreciated. We get to see new faces, get new answers, also the war is at it’s peak, so many lives will be lost. I am really curious about the Elders and about what they will do in the next book. So far they seem to like Meg but I have a feeling there will be some funny scenes in book five. All in all, the series is improving, which is great. I didn’t plan on reading book five but not I’m interested enough to give it a try.

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