Dream Warrior (Dark-Hunter #16)
The son of Warcraft and Hate, Cratus spent eternity battling for the ancient gods who birthed him. He was death to any who crossed him. Until the day he laid down his arms and walked into self-imposed exile. Now an ancient enemy has been unleashed and our dreams are his chosen battlefield. The only hope we have is the one god who swears he will never fight again.
As a Drea...more
I mean, I've seen a lot of insta-love in books, but this one... sheesh!
If just saying a kind word to a gorgeous hunk of god-man is enough to make him fall instantly in love forever, I've got a lot of kind things to say to Chris Hemsworth!
well, hello gorgeous god-man...
Crap, spent to ...more
Choosing to walk into self-exile, after giving up fighting for the ancient Greek gods, Cratus/Jericho will be required to take up arms again if mankind and their world is to survive. But persuasion skills will have to be used if he’s to agree!
Delphine, Dream-Hunter and mankind’s protector against the predators who invade their dreams is very dedicated and committed to her role.
When mankind is ...more
She's a Dream Hunter who determined to look for the best in others. He's the son of War and Hate who has been punished for centuries for showing mercy to a child. She's determined to get him to help the tr ...more
While the love story here was a bit poor,the events that develop in this book are really interesting. Things between Jericho (Cratus) and Delphine happened too fast. They meet, they fall in love, the spend some days together, they get married. I mean, Kenyon could have spent some more pages to make a stronger bond between them both.
Then I got really confused about Jared and Jaden, they are two really mayor characters ...more
Delphine and Jericho were really good together. I enjoyed how their story unfolded. Lots of little twists and surprises.
There were a bunch of other interesting characters, Jaden and Jared, to name a few. It was intriguing to see how intertwined everyone is. It also very frustrating and hard to keep straight all the nam ...more
I liked it. I'm understanding more of the Dark Hunter/Dream Hunter world and I think I am able appreciate them a little more. While there is not a cl ...more
De cada vez que é publicado um livro da serie Dark-Hunter sinto-me nas nuvens! A autora, que ao longo dos anos tem mantido os fans num euforia fenomenal, é sem duvida uma referencia para qualquer amante deste género literário. É verdade que os mistérios têm crescido à mesma velocidade que publica os livros, mas mesmo assim o numero de pessoas que se mantêm fieis à serie tem-se não apenas mantido, como aumentado.
Apesar deste livro não ser referente aos Dark ...more
And he was pissed. May the Source take pity on those who’d caused his mood
Because at the end of the day, he would have none for them.
Another Sherrilyn Kenyon book finished, and another hero that I have absolutely fallen in love with! Cratus is one of the MOST tortured heroes in the series. Banished from Olympus and cursed by Zeus himself (God, I hate that guy!), he has lived a miserable existence on earth for 6,000 years, continuously tormented by Zeus and his cronies. When it is ...more
I really needed a break from this series a few months ago so I stopped reading it instead of just skimming through it. And I'm so glad!! I finally had the chance to read it properly.
Delphine and Jericho make a strong couple. Although the romance wasn't the main focus in the story as with the war coming and all, it was all in all a very good one, connecting so many characters, introducing yet again new ones. I only hope I don't have to wait ten books before Nick grow ...more
Oneroi Dream Hunters, Delphine and Phobos have been dispatched to retrieve Jericho so he can defen ...more
A 'nata' do panteão grego e os Oneroi foram o foco da narrativa (claro que há sempre o 'casalinho principal', mas quem conhece estes livros sabe do que falo), e a história geral deu um ENORME passo em frente.
Os personagens desta vez foram Cratus (/Jericho) e Delphine, meia humana meia Oneroi. A personalidade de Cratus fez-me lembrar Zarek (que também chega a aparecer na trama) mas sem deixar de ter ...more
Gostei imenso de Cratos (ou Jericho, como quer ser chamado), o nosso herói. Teve um passado difícil e injusto, como já estamos habituadas com esta série (qual o mais atormentado?). Mas o facto de a base da história poder ser, se não a mesma então muito semelhante, não quer dizer que não tiremos prazer desta leitura.
Delphine foi uma personagem de que gostei bastante, era carinhosa e forte, uma mulher que sabia cuidar de si própria, ...more
Wait. Maybe I do know. Let's take a look, shall we?
Jericho/Cratus has had a completely craptastic exile. Honestly, you'd think that the exile thing would be bad enough but the way Zeus punishes him is brutal. I'm not the hugest fan of Zeus as it is, but his a ...more
But with this latest installment, and the full introduction of the new story arc, I find myself confused. In the last few novels, we've become increasingly aware of the Source and been introduced to a slew of new characters in relation to it. We've also learned some secrets about existing ch ...more
So far I'm team Noir and Azura. Hurray EVIL people!
I did like Cratus and Delphine, but I wasn't very enthusiastic about them. Their love story wasn't really all that interesting to me.
As mentioned, Noir and Azura took the spotlight every time they're in a scene. Asmodeus did as well. He was both creepy and sweet, and I've grown fond of him. XD
And did Arte ...more
ดวยความทีเราจำรายละเอียดเนือเรืองไดไมหมดเทาไร เลยรูวาแควานัวรเนีย มีความเกียวของกับมาลาไคอยางนิค เขาตองการโคนลมโอลิมปัส จึงใชเหลาโอเนอรอยและสโกตีเปนเครืองมือ ดังนันเครตัสหรือเจริโคจึงตองรวบรวมสมัครกำลังพรรคพวกเพือปองกันไมใหนัวรทำลายลางเหลาเทพเจาและโลกใบนีไดสำเรจ
No estuvo mal la lectura, el problema fue que hacía tanto tiempo que no leía un libro de esta saga que estuve perdida en el universo DarkHunter mas de medio libro.
Imaginar, caí en la cuenta de quien era Leta cuando lo hablan casi al final... Es un poco desastre que no recuerde a los personajes de libros anteriores, pero en mi defensa diré que en los que los protagonistas son DreamHunters me parecen mas flojillos, por eso mi tendencia al olvido.
Jericó y Delfine me gustan como par ...more
The story its ...more
Let me just start by saying that when I started reading the first chapter in this book, I thought I had missed or skipped a book. I was so totally lost that I went to Sherrilyn Kenyon’s website to make sure that I hadn’t missed a book or perhaps a novella. I hadn’t so I was baffled for a while because the characters kept thinking and talking about how a lot of the Greek pantheon’s gods were either captured or dead. Someone named Noir had attacked them. I kept reading but I felt l ...more
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New York Times and international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon is a regular at the #1 spot. With legions of fans known as Menyons (thousands of whom proudly sport tattoos from her series and ...more