¸ Into the Silence (Torchwood, #10) Æ Download by ↠´ Sarah Pinborough

¸ Into the Silence (Torchwood, #10) Æ Download by ↠´ Sarah Pinborough I thoroughly enjoyed most of this book There were parts where I was very scared for the main characters, and other parts where I was scared for the other characters One couple in particular met an extremely tragic and unfortunate end But it was lovely watching them all flail about, having no idea what was going on for a good long while And then, when they sort of figured it out, I got to see Ianto singing I certainly would have loved to have heard that on the show And the fact that they didn t figure it all out until the very last second when it was almost too late had me sitting on the edge of my seat.
Torchwood is a funny old thing on telly the gritty adult science fiction series fronted by TV s Mr Light Entertainment, John Barrowman Its grimmest episodes are rendered infinitely entertaining if you mentally play the famous Benny Hill theme over the top The most recent series was supposed to be an unfolding story told over ten hours, until they got bored in week 3 and turned it into a parade of human monster of the week.
So the Torchwood novels have a hard time pinning down a series that doesn t really know what it wants to be Sarah Pinborough works with the twin strands of horror and camp introducing a horrific and unstoppable killer alien who stalks the contestants of an amateur operatic contest.
Into the S I love that Torchwood didn t end with the last episode of season 4 The radio dramas are wonderful, as are these short stories that are as adventurous and thrilling and funny as the episodes Into the Silence is a very entertaining book that kept me chained to the pages until the very last word A brilliant story combined with amazing characters and superb writing I d definitely recommend it to every Torchwood fan out there A beautiful story I loved this story well written and played out just one of the episodes You get a sense of why Jack does the things he does and you feel his pain and understanding also Gwen gets annoying as always asking Jack if he s okay He s got the weight of the world on his shoulders, so NO GWEN but he would never say that Great story for Torchwood fans.
I thoroughly enjoyed most of this book There were parts where I was very scared for the main characters, and other parts where I was scared for the other characters One couple in particular met an extremely tragic and unfortunate end But it was lovely watching them all flail about, having no idea what was going on for a good long while And then, when they sort of figured it out, I got to see Ianto singing I certainly would have loved to have heard that on the show And the fact that they didn t figure it all out until the very last second when it was almost too late had me sitting on the edge of my seat.
Torchwood is a funny old thing on telly the gritty adult science fiction series fronted by TV s Mr Light Entertainment, John Barrowman Its grimmest episodes are rendered infinitely entertaining if you mentally play the famous Benny Hill theme over the top The most recent series was supposed to be an unfolding story told over ten hours, until they got bored in week 3 and turned it into a parade of human monster of the week.
So the Torchwood novels have a hard time pinning down a series that doesn t really know what it wants to be Sarah Pinborough works with the twin strands of horror and camp introducing a horrific and unstoppable killer alien who stalks the contestants of an amateur operatic contest.
Into the S I love that Torchwood didn t end with the last episode of season 4 The radio dramas are wonderful, as are these short stories that are as adventurous and thrilling and funny as the episodes Into the Silence is a very entertaining book that kept me chained to the pages until the very last word A brilliant story combined with amazing characters and superb writing I d definitely recommend it to every Torchwood fan out there A beautiful story I loved this story well written and played out just one of the episodes You get a sense of why Jack does the things he does and you feel his pain and understanding also Gwen gets annoying as always asking Jack if he s okay He s got the weight of the world on his shoulders, so NO GWEN but he would never say that Great story for Torchwood fans.
Into the Silence is the first Torchwood novel I have read and I can easily say it was a good experience My only fear, and it is a small one, is that that experience was made good because of Miss Pinborough who is my favorite female horror author of all time All right, so there aren t many female horror authors She is a very reliable author though and I have only disliked one of her novels Anyway, Into the Silence was gripping right from the beginning and has a surprising depth to it For a novel such as this, it is rare to feel any emotion other than maybe excitement but Pinborough pulls it off in the short amount of pages she has It is of a science fiction novel than horror but both genres are blended together nicely There is a mystery thrown in as well I don t know how anyone could sto A book based on the television series This takes place after the second season and the team is still feeling the effects of that season s finale In this one, something or someone is killing singers by tearing out their vocal cords The Torchwood team investigates.
The most important factor when reading a media tie in novel is if the characters are portrayed correctly and the author accomplishes this with no problems One can imagine Jack, Gwen, and Ianto with no hesitation at all Their banter was on full display and I had no problem with them at all This is your typical monster of the week episode that does not affect the overall story arc and it works nicely This could have been an episode of the television series When I read the back cover to see what the story was about I wasn t truly engaged But slowly and surely the I read the I enjoyed the story and I though The Body In The Church Hall Is Very Definitely Dead It Has Been Sliced Open With Surgical Precision, Its Organs Exposed, And Its Vocal Cords Are Gone It Is As If They Were Never There Or They Ve Been DissolvedWith The Welsh Amateur Operatic Contest Getting Under Way, Music Is Filling The Churches And Concert Halls Of Cardiff The Competition Has Attracted The Finest Welsh Talent To The City, But It Has Also Drawn Something Else There Are Stories Of A Metallic Creature Hiding In The Shadows Torchwood Are On Its Tail, But It S Moving Too Fast For Them To Track It DownThis New Threat Requires A New Tactic So Ianto Jones Is Joining A Male Voice Choir This was an interesting concept for a story that had so many strands to it These strands could make it a bit difficult to keep track of what was actually happening, but not in a bad way.
I loved the fact that Ianto ended up view spoiler singing as bait for the alien, it amused me greatly hide spoiler This story is set between S2 and CoE which I m ignoring in my canon so it s Jack, Ianto and Gwen as Torchwood It s a good, fast, read which could have easily been an episode of the series The characters are IC, the banter is great, and I liked the conclusion, it was out of the box rather than a conventional need to kill get rid of the alien The blurb suggests cybermen but it s nothing to do with them, that part is very misleading and I suspect there for just that reason The other thing that annoyed me, and probably is something that others wouldn t pick up with was in one scene Italian musical terms are used and Ianto is pleased with himself that he now knows what they mean and said meaning quoted are wrong I doubt Ianto would make that kind of mistake as it s not IC f well it was a Torchwood book But sadly this author chose to mostly ignore a key relationship aside from a moment early in the book and instead spent far too much time having Gwen pine over Jack, and writing paragraphs of superfluous descriptions of gorgeous eyes and such Frustrating That s all I can say The premise was interesting, but yet again, the wrap up was far too neat and clean and like RTD creator of Torchwood , this author apparently feels Gwen walks on water The last few chapters were just terribly written and GOD, could we get a Torchwood book where Gwen isn t the Mary Sue to save all the world Where Gwen isn t the only one who has human emotions I was bitterly disappointed with this by the end and the I think about it, the angry I feel about how poorly this was written.



A book based on the television series This takes place after the second season and the team is still feeling the effects of that season s finale In this one, something or someone is killing singers by tearing out their vocal cords The Torchwood team investigates.
The most important factor when reading a media tie in novel is if the characters are portrayed correctly and the author accomplishes this with no problems One can imagine Jack, Gwen, and Ianto with no hesitation at all Their banter was on full display and I had no problem with them at all This is your typical monster of the week episode that does not affect the overall story arc and it works nicely This could have been an episode of the television series When I read the back cover to see what the story was about I wasn t truly engaged But slowly and surely the I read the I enjoyed the story and I though Into the Silence is the first Torchwood novel I have read and I can easily say it was a good experience My only fear, and it is a small one, is that that experience was made good because of Miss Pinborough who is my favorite female horror author of all time All right, so there aren t many female horror authors She is a very reliable author though and I have only disliked one of her novels Anyway, Into the Silence was gripping right from the beginning and has a surprising depth to it For a novel such as this, it is rare to feel any emotion other than maybe excitement but Pinborough pulls it off in the short amount of pages she has It is of a science fiction novel than horror but both genres are blended together nicely There is a mystery thrown in as well I don t know how anyone could sto This was an interesting concept for a story that had so many strands to it These strands could make it a bit difficult to keep track of what was actually happening, but not in a bad way.
I loved the fact that Ianto ended up view spoiler singing as bait for the alien, it amused me greatly hide spoiler This story is set between S2 and CoE which I m ignoring in my canon so it s Jack, Ianto and Gwen as Torchwood It s a good, fast, read which could have easily been an episode of the series The characters are IC, the banter is great, and I liked the conclusion, it was out of the box rather than a conventional need to kill get rid of the alien The blurb suggests cybermen but it s nothing to do with them, that part is very misleading and I suspect there for just that reason The other thing that annoyed me, and probably is something that others wouldn t pick up with was in one scene Italian musical terms are used and Ianto is pleased with himself that he now knows what they mean and said meaning quoted are wrong I doubt Ianto would make that kind of mistake as it s not IC f well it was a Torchwood book But sadly this author chose to mostly ignore a key relationship aside from a moment early in the book and instead spent far too much time having Gwen pine over Jack, and writing paragraphs of superfluous descriptions of gorgeous eyes and such Frustrating That s all I can say The premise was interesting, but yet again, the wrap up was far too neat and clean and like RTD creator of Torchwood , this author apparently feels Gwen walks on water The last few chapters were just terribly written and GOD, could we get a Torchwood book where Gwen isn t the Mary Sue to save all the world Where Gwen isn t the only one who has human emotions I was bitterly disappointed with this by the end and the I think about it, the angry I feel about how poorly this was written.

Sarah Pinborough

¸ Into the Silence (Torchwood, #10) Æ Download by ↠´ Sarah Pinborough Sarah Pinborough is the NYT bestselling and Sunday Times 1 Bestselling author of Behind Her Eyes which has sold in over 25 territories thus far and is in development for television with Left Bank productions She has also written books across a variety of genres including the YA thriller 13 Minutes in development with Netflix Her next novel Cross Her Heart comes out from HarperFiction in t