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One Silent Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Jan 01, 09

Recommended for: anyone who likes vampires, or mythology, or fantasy /romance in genneral
Read in January, 2009, read count: 1

this is one of the best series, because it always follows a different character. for the past books, Ash has been the stable good guy with Stryker as his enemy. this book follows stryker and shows that he is just another victim of his father's horrible curse. we cannot hate stryker after this book, once you get to this point of the series you can pretty much see every side of the war being fought, you no longer can find a bad guy who is compleatly evil, (for the most part). it is really a very bold move for a writer to make the reader understand all of the character motives and not only understand but sympthise. even though the book is one of fiction set in a world of the ancient gods, it is easy to see a theme showing that no side of any argument or war is perfect and most sides are just as justified as the other
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