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Dream Warrior by Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Feb 11, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: paranormal-romance, demons-angels-immortals
Read in February, 2009

** spoiler alert ** This is book number four in the Dream-Hunter series, book 17 in the Dark-Hunter series. The last one I thought had been the best one so far, however, this is now the best of the Dream-Hunter books. Even though I gave this five stars, I have to admit that I am getting tired of Ms. Kenyon’s standard hero and heroine. The hero is always some ancient god or demigod who is big, beautiful, and a bad ass (oh yeah, and most likely he has been tortured for years or centuries). The heroine is either small and petite or tall and lithe (and oh yeah, they are more likely than not- virgins- because apparently that is the only thing that can soothe the soul of a tortured and anguished god). There are no exceptions in this book.

There are some Dark-Hunter crossovers, such as Ash and his wife. If you haven’t been following the Dark-Hunter series from the beginning, you will probably get lost in the Dream-Hunter series. It appears that Ms. Kenyon is making changes to her previous unchangeable world, such as, making Artemis look like she has a heart (which we all know she doesn’t after making Ash’s life a living hell for centuries). Also, at the end of the book the Oneroi get their feelings back, which was way too easy, very similar to how easy it was for the Damions to be able to walk in daylight and not have to suck souls anymore. We also learn that Jared has either has a brother, close friend, or a lover in Jaden. Oh, and Jared is basically free from Zephyra and is the servant of the hero in this book, Jericho (aka Cratus, the son of Warcraft and Hate), but Jericho basically tells him not to call him master and lets him go and live his life as he sees fit. Jericho falls for the heroine, Delphine (a Dream-Hunter). The reader also learns that Madoc (previously M’Adoc prior to the Oneroi gaining their emotions back) is somehow related to Nick the Malachai. Okay, is that confusing enough? It is for me. I think I need to read the Dark-Hunter Companion guide… and that is saying a lot since I have read all of the Dark-Hunter/Dream-Hunter series…. Sad, but true.
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25.0% "So far, so good, if it keeps going the way it is it'll get more than 2 stars"
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