Underworld: Evolution (Underworld #3)
THE WAR IS OVER.
BUT THE TRUE HORROR HAS ONLY JUST BEGUN....
For more than six hundred years, Selene was a Death Dealer, a vampire warrior dedicated to the destruction of her people's savage enemies: the werewolves. But then she learned the shocking truth behind the ancient conflict and turned against her undead masters.
For all of his mortal life, Michael was an ordinary hum...more
I like to know what relationship trouble Selene and Michael will have. You tend to worry more about there survival than there love for one another. Even if you want to read more love between them, it all erases from ur memory when you read tha ...more
Micheal never knew that there where such things as Vampires and werewolves until he is caught in the middle of the decade long war. He is turned into a lycan by, ...more
I bought this book as an impulse buy at an airport minutes before my flight was to depart. Surrounded by hacking coughs, screaming babies, and Sky Mall catalogs, I did my best to get into this novel. I failed.
I'm unsure if my dislike of this book stems from the author's simplistic writing style or the way he conveys the characters inner thoughts and emotions. Maybe I should just be thankful his brevity enabled me to read the book in ...more
I love reading these books because I find extra tidbits of information that I missed in the movie. For example: Marcus is a hybrid. I merely assumed he looked like that (batty) because he was the first vampire. It didn't click that Singe made Marcus a hybrid, for me, I thought just the human strand carried the gene. Also, if Marcus turned into a hybrid, why didn't William also change all those centuries ago when he consumed I innumerabl ...more
I really like the Underworld movies and I'm looking forward to the new one coming out in 1/09 even if Selene is not in it. Apparently there is another Underworld book that I haven't read yet that is not associated with either of the first two movies or the one coming out, it's a seperate story. I'll get around to ...more
I am an Underworld Fan through and through and even though I found the 2nd movie lacking I still picked up the novel. Did not regret the decision. The 2nd book and movie both were lacking compared to the first but thats the case every time. Other than that the book was fast paced and I flew through it.
The face Marcus Corvinus and his werewolf brother, William.