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Kateria Avani is driven by a lifetime of perplexing dreams to Las Vegas, where she meets a compellingly familiar warrior who has returned from the dead to prevent the fulfillment of a prophecy that could end the world.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312546618
Branch Call Number: KENYON
Characteristics: 414 p. ; 25 cm


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Monikan21 Feb 05, 2014

Book 22 about Ren and Kateri, preceded by "The Guardian" and followed by "Styxx". This book was more boring than the others and indeed had too many instances of visions into the past. A little inconsistent for me.

Jun 04, 2013

Worst book that I've ever read in the Dark Hunter series. It wasn't the worst book I've ever read, but it is the worst one of the series - there is very little depth, the characters don't really progress and advance throughout the book like they do in the others.

Jan 21, 2013

I did not enjoy this book. I didn't really think it was a true Dark Hunter story. Sure Kenyon brought back a handful of old characters, but they didn't add to the story. This was more of a Mayan 2012 end of world story mixing the Greek, Atlantis, Native American and Mayan mythology. Confusing and unnecessary. Don't read this book if you haven't been following the DH series because you will be left wonder who all these characters are who keep popping in to say hi. I think this is my last book by Sherrilyn Kenyon. It was too much of a chore to read it.

Oct 16, 2012

Well she's done it again. I can't get enough of the dark hunters and I can't wait for Styxx's story. I loved the two characters that she chose as the main pair and of course I love it when Ash makes an apperence in any of the books because he is my favorite, but Sundown is also plays a big role in this book. Not really surprising since he and Ren are best friends, but also kind of surprising since he just got his own book. I do wish that she had brought back some of the older characters from the first few books. Would have loved it if Simi had shown up once. Anywan can't wait for the next book. And when is Nick getting his happy ending?

Sep 28, 2012

So liked this new book. I found it a little difficult to keep up with jumping between past and present but it could not be so reveling of the characters backgrounds with out this style of writing. Sherrilyn has done it again. Less explicit sexual discription but still enough for this story without it.

Sep 26, 2012

Another great story. I was very happy to see Kenyon got away from all the torture, it was getting to be way too much also has less graphic sex pages. I do wonder if she forgot that at the end of Sasha's story if I've remembered right he got married.

Sep 12, 2012

Ren's bio-dad equals both Seth's and Ash's for being a complete jerk. Of course, Ren's younger brother isn't much better.Even Styxx is better than Coyote. At least Styxx was open in his hostility toward Ash. Coyote, on the other hand, backstabbed both Ren and Buffalo over Butterfly liking someone else and then blamed Ren for it. It is interesting to note that Ren is the second oldest Darkhunter, since he was born a few years after Apollymi devastated the Earth.

Sep 02, 2012

Loved it !!!!
Better then it could have been better than i thought.

The dark hunter series is better with each book. Hope to read more!!!

bookfanatic1979 Aug 20, 2012

Another fine entry. I always wonder if a writer’s personal business—what they’re going through in real life—comes out in their books at all. One of the underlying themes of this book seems to be coping with the loss and terrible heartache of missing those who have died. I can’t help but wonder if Kenyon’s recently lost someone herself.

jackcall Jul 28, 2012

i would like to put on hold, however i don't want two books that are on the short read (due back in one week) list at the same time frame. thanks


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