Vision in Silver is the third book in Bishop's Others series, and it is just as good as the previous book in the series that I have read. Meg and her friends find themselves facing the consequences of actions that had been taken to save the cassandra sangue from exploitation. These consequences include Meg and others like her needing to try to adapt to this new world around them full of so much change from their previous environment and imprisonment. Vision in Silver also introduces a second conflict as the Humans First and Last movement starts to hit close to home raising the stakes for the Others and their allies.
Bishop does such an amazing job with her world building in this book as well as another series that I have read by her. She really helps bring these characters to life but also the world that they live in. This world full of Others (vampires, shifters, etc.), the cassandra sangue, and the humans really come alive bringing the reader into this conflicted new world where Meg caused change. Meg continues to be well developed in this book as she tries to figure out this world outside the prison environment that she lived in but also as she tries to figure out how to help others like her. The secondary characters are also well developed, and the reader finds themselves more and more invested in these characters as the book progresses.
Vision in Silver is full of action, suspense, and even some mystery as Bishop builds up this conflict between humans and the Others. The stakes continue to get higher as Meg and her friends try to change previous misconceptions. This book sets up the next book very well making the reader anxious to see what happens next. Overall Visions in Silver proved to be an amazing read that I would most definitely recommend. I can't wait to see where Bishop is taking this story next.
Received a copy of Vision in Silver through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.