BOOKS ✯ Sinner Author Shayne Silvers – Writerscompany.co.uk

Sinner If You Want To Get To Heaven, You Ve Got To Raise A Little Hell Callie Penrose Is Struggling To Find Her Special Purpose In Life Rather Than Allying With Any Of The Powerful Supernatural Groups Begging To Sign Her Up The Vatican, The Vampires, The Shifters, Or The Armies Of Both Heaven And Hell Callie Has Been Picking Fights With All Of ThemBut When She S Abducted By A Host Of Angels, And A Greater Demon Begins Hunting Her Through The Daytime Streets Of Kansas City, Callie Learns That Her Past Has Come Back To Haunt HerThanks To Her Actions In Recent Months, Solomon S Temple Has Been Opened, And The Estate Sale Is On A First Come, First Served BasisTo Win Her Birthright, Callie Is Going To Need Cain S Help Even Then, She S Going To Have To Cut Some Corners, Cross Some Lines, To Take A Bite Out Of An Apple But They Say Every Saint Was Once A Sinner



10 thoughts on “Sinner

  1. says:

    I hate it when he breaks the status quo and treats it like just another day at the office The sixth installment of this book can t come soon enough, because this one managed to up end the scales again only to drag them right back to where they were with almost none of the consequences, but all the gravitas remaining as if they had Callie Penrose has become adrift in her own life, her own soul an


  2. says:

    Shayne is the master of blending Epic Legends and fiction I thought the trip to Fae and the underworld Nate went on was crazy. Nope Not even close to the quest Callie and Cain go on Talk about down the rabbit hole or take the blue pill Or red pill This book takes you for a Matrix type ride It will have you laughing, crying, yelling and laughing so hard you cry again Then you asking yourself why didn


  3. says:

    Callie and Cain Get Seasoning Lots of action on this quest with a few different goals including an existential one with which most can relate I think the main reason for Callie to be on this quest was simply seasoning Not until a person has lived through difficulties e.g battles or quests can she truly appreciate the simple things in life That is something else with which I can identify I need the next bo


  4. says:

    Sinner5 stars again to Mr Silvers This is brilliant, reading about the doors and how Callie went through, what she learned and felt She was raw in this book and she was great The pages kept turning, couldn t put it down


  5. says:

    Not my favCallie and Abel went on a quest She spent alot of time examining her own mind For me it was mostly boring, but it did have some good places.


  6. says:

    not the best book in the series but im personally not a fan of dream sequence type stuff


  7. says:

    Not so much with this on felt like fillet


  8. says:

    An unexpected Quest.With out her role how every begrudgingly with the Shepards, Callie Penrose is floundering It s not easy being powerful and having no idea what to do with all that power Callie only knows she wants to help, to save people, to protect the unprotected Unfortunately, in doing so, she s becoming the Boogeyman of Kansas City to the local Freaks Being a Super villain was never her intention but sometimes a girl has t


  9. says:

    Callie Penrose has been a character both in her own novels and along with Nate and Quinn Until now, though, we really didn t understand the inner workings of Callie s mind and what drives her This book is an in depth look into the soul of the White Rose Where she came from, how she got to where she is now The quest brings out the good and bad as resides in every soul and helps her to learn who she wants to be What isimportant Knowledg


  10. says:

    I don t how how Shayne Silvers writes three orbooks a year, juggles all his different characters and plot lines, deals with the aggravations of self publishing, conventions and fandom in general, but thank god he does I don t remember exactly where I entered the Templeverse or quite how I discovered it in the first place Bookbub, maybe I m just not sure , but from the moment I first climbed on board, it s been a journey well worth taking W


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