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272 pages, Paperback
First published August 22, 2010
Then, I thought there would be maybe a love triangle? The author was clearly trying to convey the message that Sykes liked Lil. I really wish Sykes had a chance with Lil, and I felt bad for him.
...They were sweating, swords colliding, lifting and connecting again. Remy knocked the sword out of Sykes' hand. Sykes teleported, snatched his sword before it hit the ground then disappeared again. His laughter drew my attention upward. He was on one of the beams above the floor, grinning. Ah, so that was the purpose of those babies.
"Didn't expect that, did you?" Sykes mocked Remy.
"You want to play hardball?" Remy asked, grinning back.
"Bring it on." Sykes teleported to another beam, looked down at me and winked.
I shook my head. he was such a show-off. My gaze returned to Remy.
He wrapped a hand around the blade of his sword, and the glistening steel changed its color to a dull brown. The sharp edge rounded, shimmered like a mirage and stretched until it became a long, cylindrical shaft, the end dangling to the floor. In mere seconds, he'd transformed his sword into a scythe with a long chain at its end...