Vision In Silver by Anne Bishop, 400 pages
I'm still really enjoying this series. This book continues story lines that began in the previous books, such as Meg and the terra indigene trying to figure out ways to help the other blood prophets, the girls who've been released, to survive in regular society. We also get some new developments with food shortages, stolen items, and an interesting storyline about the officer who has become a liaison to the courtyard, Monty, and his family. The Humans First and Last group has started to become a real problem for the Others, which could end up being a huge problem for the humans, if some of the wilder terra indigene start to deal with matters themselves. I actually can't wait for the next book to come out. I think this story just keeps getting better.