Blue Dragon (Dark Heavens #3)
Martial arts, magic, demons and science
The forces of Hell are poised to strike . . .
When Emmas relatives come to visit her, they are totally freaked out by what they learn . . . Emmas beloved, John Chen, is a 3,000-year-old Chinese god. Not only that, John is becoming weaker by the day. Demons pursue him relentlessly, hoping to use Emma and his child, Simone, as barga...more
Picking up almost immediately after the previous volume, Emma's family must be protected from a foe who has no honor and John's time on Earth is running out. What will Emma sacrifice to ensure Simone's safety?
This book features plenty of surprising and entertaining twists and turns but, after reading the full series one after the other, I...more
Let me just say this-—I have gone from really disliking this series, to admiring some of it and at least being curious to see more. I eagerly finished “Blue Dragon” pondered all of the unanswered questions and immediately went to search for the author’s web site to see when the next book comes out. After all we do need the Turtles book since we’ve had books about the other winds haven’t we?
Well I searched the author’s web site high a...more
As with many new authors, there are a few structural problems, and the books could use a bit of editorial help, but for me, the story carried me along and I didn't really notice the flaws.
As a side note, this series is made up of a trio of trilogies, and...more
It looks like I'll have to read 3 more books to get a satisfactory conclusion and I'm not sure I want more very nasty demons and martial arts en...more
However, I'm pretty sure this whole series would appeal to boys in their early teens as it does seemed to have peaked my sons interest who normally has very little interest in reading. Not sure he will get through the whole lot though.
I have to say, some of the things that are alluded but not explained (Very Danny/Rusty by the way) I'm not quite understanding. Oh well. Must read the books again to understand.
And yet I keep reading. Something in me evidently enjoys something about the books, but I honestly can't tell you what. I just *DO*, 'k? Call them guilty pleasures, and then let's just move on!
Absofreakinglutely a crackalicious read, in the best sense of the word. As in, all the addictive deliciousness without any of the WTFery. Exciting, satisfying and OMG so addictive. Love.
Is it September 25th yet?
Kylie Chan married a Hong Kong national in a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony in Eastern China, lived in Australia for ten years, then moved to Hong Kong for ten years and during that time learnt a great deal about Chinese culture and came to appreciate the custom...more