Book Reviews of From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4)

From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4)
From Black Rooms - Violet Eyes, Bk. 4
Author: Stephen Woodworth
ISBN-13: 9780440242536
ISBN-10: 0440242533
Publication Date: 10/31/2006
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 241 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
A fitting addition to the trilogy tale of the Violets...Until now, only a naturally occurring phenomena - People with violet eyes able to summon the spirits of the dead and talk with them. Now the Corps has decided to manipulate DNA to create their OWN "Violets" artifically even if a few must die to perfect the formula... Only Natalie Lindstrom, a natural violet who has refused to "join" the Corps is aware of the plot and its horrendous results but can she even stop it - much less help the poor souls already inoculated....
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on
Helpful Score: 1
this is a very interesting book. there are 3 others in the series
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 524 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Really good story in the continuing series about the Violets, people who can communicate with the dead. This time, someone is trying to create Violets in the lab... with deadly consequences.

This book was much better than "With Golden Hands"!
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on
Helpful Score: 1
very "6th sense" good for the imagination
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on
Helpful Score: 1
I've read the entire series and have enjoyed each book. From Black Rooms was a good read but the ending was terrible, hurried, and unsatisfying; especially as the last book for this series.
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 758 more book reviews
Did not like this one as much as I liked the first 3 books in this series!
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 207 more book reviews
The story line, action and overall plot was much better in this, the 4th installment than the previous 2, but I must give it an even lower rating due to it's ending. The ending was trite, rushed, overall unsatisfying and left too many questions unanswered.

***Spoiler Alert****

After fighting for 3 books to keep away from the NAACC and keep her child free from them for 10 years the main character gives up her child to the corps but takes solace in the fact that they will always be a family as long as they are together? Huh? And how are they to be a family when the corps will keep them apart except for prescribed visitations which we would have to believe would be nil to none based on the last 10 years of her fighting them. I could go on but don't want to add more spoilers. I don't know about other readers but I definitely felt cheated.
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 68 more book reviews
Another winner! These books are very well written, & will keep you turning pages!
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 51 more book reviews
Another excellent book in this series. I was introduced to the first in the series by a friend and very quickly read them all! This one does not disappoint!
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 75 more book reviews
One gifted crime-slover's link to the dead, may forever keep her from the land of the living...

Natalie has finally left the underworld behind for a new career in the art world. But there's on world she can't escape: the Other world of the dead. As a former Viloet, an elite crime - fighter with the power to channel murder victims, Natalie is now using her paranormal gift to summon the spirits of legenday painters. But she's about to discover how far some people will go to keep their hold on her- and others like her.

This was a different kind of writing for me to read. It kept me engrossed through out the entire book.

I loved all four of the books in this series.
reviewed From Black Rooms (Violet Eyes, Bk. 4) on + 953 more book reviews
Woodworth continues to explore the world of the Violets -- those specially gifted (or cursed) humans who host the souls and spirits of the dead. This time the shadowy Corps who controls most Violets is attempting to perfect a method to create the gift instead of searching for its natural appearance.