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The Slayer's Apprentice by Zathyn Priest
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Feb 10, 2011

it was amazing
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Read from February 07 to 10, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This was so hard to put down! Zathyn Priest is a master at getting emotions spot on. His characters always have some type of emotional issue to work through and he gets it perfect every time. This was a great suspense and mystery. I was totally blown away when the Slayer was revealed. There were no holes in the story and it flowed well. The characters were very endearing and it was hard to see Phoenix go through all that he did but Daniel was the perfect partner for him. There is no sex at all in this story, which for me is usually a downer cause I like my books to be smokin' ;o) but this story was so well written and the story line so excellent that there was no need for it (there's a reason for it being missing too). Zathyn Priest is an auto-buy author for me. Go read this book, you'll thank me when you're done.
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