Ohmigosh, Lindsay Buroker really outdid herself with this one. I can't stress how much you should your read this book. fans of the emperor edge series...moreOhmigosh, Lindsay Buroker really outdid herself with this one. I can't stress how much you should your read this book. fans of the emperor edge series will be bouncing off the walls at the end of this one!! I know I am and I'm rooting for Amaranthe and Sicarius too ;)(less)
Mm mmm mmmmmmmmm Lovvveeeddd this book. Not only for the kickass badass hotness that the Alpha Pack team is packing, but for the camaraderie between t...moreMm mmm mmmmmmmmm Lovvveeeddd this book. Not only for the kickass badass hotness that the Alpha Pack team is packing, but for the camaraderie between the shifters. You gotta love a character's whose loyal to his buddies and Jaxon Law is no exception.
What I really loved -> Kira was not a stupid cliched pnr airhead who went bat shit crazy when she found out she had to go with the Alpha pack. It was utterly refreshing to read about heroine who didn't freak out when her life was being turned upside down. Gotta give her props for that one.
The plot was quite interesting and despite the twists and turns of the investigations, I never felt lost in the blue. J.D. Tyler crafted a perfect balance of the main plot and subplot, the mysteries of the murders and the relationship between Jax and Kira.
Notable characters -> Zander. Definitely. For his loyalty and concern to his best buddy, Jax. Then there's Nick, the team leader who tries to make the best decisions he can despite his ability to see the future and witness the possible deaths of his loved ones. (Really looking forward to reading more about him).
Also excited to read more 'bout the "criss angel adam lambert"-like panther. Totally excited for the ebook to come out. Looking forward to see how this series will progress.
All in all, a fantastic read... I was hooked from start to finish. There are only a few books that I finish in the span of a few hours and this one set the bar for any other wolf/shapeshifter pnrs I might read in the future.(less)
5 STARS... 10 STARS OMG This book... *shakes head* no words. Of all the Sentinel books I've read so far, this is the best one. At first, I felt skepti...more5 STARS... 10 STARS OMG This book... *shakes head* no words. Of all the Sentinel books I've read so far, this is the best one. At first, I felt skeptical at reading about the Sanguinar because from the povs of the Theronai, they was a lot of negativity going on. But after reading this book, Logan and Hope are my favourite couple. Not once did my attention ever stray from the story.
Of all the Theronai that have been mentioned thus far, Nicholas has been my favourite and I enjoyed seeing more of him in this book. It was also refreshing to read about a Theronai who didn't hate the Sanguinar.
Can't wait for the next book to come out!!!!!(less)
Best ending ever. Best series ever. It kept me on edge from beginning to finish. Every time I open a Michael Scott book I'm reminded of my love and pa...moreBest ending ever. Best series ever. It kept me on edge from beginning to finish. Every time I open a Michael Scott book I'm reminded of my love and passion for mythology as well as adventure. This book certainly brings out the best of both. If I ever had to choose to live in a fictional world, I would choose this one. This is one of the most extraordinary series I've ever read with its unforgettable characters that will capture your heart, be they the terrifying elders of Hel and Odin, the witty immortals of Billy the Kid and Virginia the Dare, of the lethal and amazing Scathach the Shadow. There is something in this book for everyone and if I could give it a rating higer than 5, perhaps 10, maybe more, I would.
I urge you to read this book... but not right now, you have to start with book 1: the Alchemyst, on Thurs, May 31 in a quaint little bookstore in San Francisco when it all began...(less)
A-MA-ZING. John Flanagan seriously wow-ed me with these little stories. It's a great way to finish a series; answering all the questions that the read...moreA-MA-ZING. John Flanagan seriously wow-ed me with these little stories. It's a great way to finish a series; answering all the questions that the readers have. He did a phenomenal job writing it.(less)
**spoiler alert** Is it just me or did you guys cry at the end too? Okay *takes a deep breath* let's start...
I had seriously underestimated this book...more**spoiler alert** Is it just me or did you guys cry at the end too? Okay *takes a deep breath* let's start...
I had seriously underestimated this book after the jumbled up plot in the last book but the series is back and kicking ass as per usual. It was refreshing to read of Miranda and David again even after they got together in the first book and the betrayal in the second. It was interesting to see events happen from Faith's perspective as well as her emotional journey through the book and at the end, her death. She was one of the best characters I've ever read and she will surely be missed. I'm glad Ms. Sylvan brought back the Signets and enjoyed seeing Cora emerge a stronger though fledgling Queen.
A lot went on in this book but I have to say I wasn't the least bit confused and followed easily. Didn't expect Jeremy Hayes to end up as the Prime of Australia, nor did I expect Faith to really die until like the last two pages before she detonated herself. Deven's perspective is always an interesting read... though we learnt quite a bit about the we have yet to learn more about his long life as an assassin.
SERIOUS cliff hanger at the end of the book... but I never stopped believing that somehow David would come back to life... It's extremely rare that a book gives you characters that you love and laugh and cry and fight for.
Hopes for the next book: Miranda and David somehow find each other, a reveal on Deven's past, more on Cora and Jacob (who are so adorable btw)(less)