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  • Mass Market Paperback: 342 pages
  • Publisher: Roc (7 Oct. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0451465954
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451465955
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.4 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 201,269 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Faith Hunter, fantasy writer, was born in Louisiana and raised all over the south. Hunter fell in love with reading in fifth grade, and best loved SiFi, fantasy, and gothic mystery. She decided to become a writer in high school, when a teacher told her she had talent. Now, she writes full-time and works full-time in a hospital lab (for the benefits), tries to keep house, and is a workaholic with a passion for travel, jewelry making, white-water kayaking, and writing. She and her husband love to RV, traveling with their dogs to whitewater rivers all over the Southeast.

The dark urban fantasy Skinwalker series, featuring Jane Yellowrock, is taking off like a rocket with Skinwalker, Blood Cross, Mercy Blade, and the upcoming Raven Cursed (2012) with more novels to come to come.

Her Rogue Mage novels, a dark, urban fantasy series--Bloodring, Seraphs, and Host--feature Thorn St. Croix, a stone mage in a post-apocalyptic, alternate reality, urban fantasy world. These novels are the basis for the world book / role playing game, Rogue Mage. This book will be out in 2011.

Under her pen name Gwen Hunter, she writes action adventure, mysteries, and thrillers. As Faith and Gwen, she has 22 books in print in 26 countries.

Along with 8 other writers, Faith participates in a writing forum geared to helping writers of fantasy called www.magicalwords.net

For more, including a list of her books, upcoming events, and fan giveaways, see her official websites at http://www.faithhunter.net and http://www.gwenhunter.com.

Become a fan at the official Faith Hunter Facebook fan page now located at: https://www.facebook.com/official.faith.hunter

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alison J. R. Cihak on 20 Oct. 2014
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I loved it!

After Black Arts I was not really sure of the direction this saga was taking, but after Broken Soul I simply want to check my belt is buckled and let Faith Hunter drive wherever she wants to take me. This last book felt like an explosion:

Old characters taken for granted suddenly became alive and their intentions may not be what they seemed at first, Jane aknowledges all the changes she has been through, Beast changes the rules of the game yet once more (the mountain lion is probably the best character EVER) and both the intentions and power source of Leo get out in the open. Characters like Gee DiMercy or Grégoire - who seemed just outlines of agreeable characters - become real, with complex backgrounds - some known, some not - and the reader gets the chance to either love them or fear them.

I was convinced that after the Naturaleza vampires and the creepy black magic practitioners villains could not get worse... until I got presented this trio. After all, how bad you have to be to be known as The Devil in the Mithran scene? Also, the apparition of the three gives us information about what the hell has shifted in the vamp world in order to make the turf of Leo the target of so many nasty supernats and how bad what is yet to come might be.

Also, new mythological creatures that give new meaning to known ones on this story.

So much happened in less than 350 pages that it felt like a battlefield: too many things happening at the same time, at moments it was hard to keep track of everything.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By serendipity5 on 5 Nov. 2014
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What can I say? I love love love Jane and Beast, they are one (2 of?) of my favourite characters. Faith Hunter never ever fails to deliver and boy was this extra special. Jane is beginning to move on and grow. As she learns more of her past and she and Beast come to greater understandings of each other they become more of a team than ever before and whilst I always felt they had strong feelings there for each other there is now a sort of acceptance of co dependance and respect for each other too. They are more formidable together than ever before. Beast is also developing a wicked sense of humour too as her knowledge and understanding of humans (umm, and supernaturals, not sure you'd call any of 'em human!) and language grows, showing us a side of herself that I absolutely loved.

This story cuts into the prep for the European council of fang heads visit to NOLA and boy does it all go off with a bang, literally! Apparently with all the evil that Jane has dealt with in the past she hasn't even scratched the surface with whats coming over from Europe. I found these to be some of the scariest bad guys of the series yet. Leo loses grip of a few of his secrets (finally!) and his world is literally thrown into chaos. Jane however is always there to save the day and a new creature is on the loose. Completely awesome by the way and taking this series into a whole new direction that was totally unexpected for me and which I found vey exciting. As usually the history, facts, magic and world descriptions are of the same high quality and class as we have come to expect of Faith Hunter and the complexity of it at times blew my mind, I had to keep going back and reading bits as I was reading too fast to take it all in. In fact I will go back and read it all again very soon.
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By april on 21 Jan. 2015
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i like jane, her attitude, her shared soul, her beast, and her world...but....sometimes the story does not move forward, it stamps about in the same space for too long...and i think there is too much romance/sex...i know other readers like it, but to me is it too "teenage-y", too much like high school and crushes on the jocks...oh yes, the swim team...oh me oh my....and i woner if there are editors/proofreaders anymore...a castle has a moat, not a "mote", sweetbreads are not testicles, and occansionally names of characters are switched...it is obvious from context who is meant, but it stops the reading for a moment, which breaks the flow of the narrative...there are also too many named characters, it becomes a crowd scene...alexandre dumas has paper dolls representing his characters on his help-writers desk, and when one was killed off, the doll was placed face down...one day a cross draft knocked over some dolls, and no body bothered to check, and they were raised up again....so that is why you all of a sudden have characters come to life who had been killed . off a few chapters before...a bit if a shock to the reader...well, faith hunter could use a cross draft, and get rid of a whole bunch of secondary folks....that would help...in any case, i like the world building, i like jane, i like her take on the military siblinghood, reminiscient of Paksenarrion, but i wish she would just get on with the plot, and the adventures....not her best, but not bad...and Beast is growing on me...
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By DebB VINE VOICE on 16 Feb. 2015
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Good - I galloped through this at breakneck speed, along with the plot that belts along at the same pace, so really need to take a breather and read it again with the care it deserves, in fact I'm wondering whether to treat myself to starting from the beginning with audio books - they make you focus on every word written, with no sneaky peaks ahead or skipping of bits - hmmm, I shall ponder.

This has some major revelations, something nasty in the woodshed (well cellar actually, but a quote's a quote), and more humour than some of the mid-series books. Beast continues to surprise, the Younger brothers do their stuff, there are some "What the...?" moments - there's one involving Jane, a shower and Leo that really surprised me, and some sufficiently powerful and unpleasant baddies to test even Leo and his crew. Soul's role in things increases, Brute (the werewolf from earlier books) turns up, there's time taken out for a little romance, and then there's much mayhem from which not everyone we have grown to know emerges unscathed. Handy to be a vampire who can recover from just about any amount of damage, or to be a non-vampire with access to a vampire who can heal just about any amount of damage (altho' not everything, it turns out).

Phew - and the Europeans still haven't arrived! Roll on the next. Anyone got any idea how long a series Ms Hunter intends here? This is, what, number 9, and the next is out in April (yay!).
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