The Thirteenth (Vampire Huntress Legend #12)
The entire Neteru Guardian team is on the run, having now been labeled as America's most-wanted terrorists following the gruesome demon battle that felled the Washington Monument and crashed the front doors of the White House. The Anti-Christ is positioned for emergence, the powers of darkness have released the...more
This was really good. I have pretty much liked the entire series. I will say the only thing that kept me from giving this book 5 stars was the lingo. It may be just me but I have a problem with with fierce and dynamic characters of this caliber using words like boo and and ma. That is fine I guess for teens but Neteru warriors? Really?. .................Really? Ok so slang is a serious pet peeve of mine, especially if it seems out of context or if there is just two much. But honestly that is ju ...more
Carlos is the only one who can go up against the demon that the unnamed one will send. But he has to have his true name. And the team must find the tunnel wher ...more
The Thirteenth was too rushed, too much geography--took me away from the plot too often. That said, I am forever a L.A. Banks fan (and all the other names as well. Ha!). Reach for he sky, Lady!
That being said I'm so very happy the way this series ended. I will admit for me it was more 'technical' on the religions and religious teachings towards the end than I was ready for (not heavy handed by any means, just too much too comprehend when bombs & creatures are flying overheard you know?) but sometimes you just have to go along for the ride and hope it all turns out ok in the e ...more
I LOOOOVED the final battle scene.
However, as this series got further along, it lost some of what I liked about it. Some of it's mystery and sensuality. And this final book had pretty much none of that. It was nonstop action. Which wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either.
This hasn't been my favorite series, but it had it's moments, and I think it ended well.
Leslie E. Banks
Leslie Esdaile Banks
L.A. Banks, a native Philadelphian, was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Wharton undergraduate program. With many awards to her credit, Banks also held a masters of fine arts degree in film and media arts from Temple University. She lived in ...more