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Dream Warrior (Dark-Hunter World Book 18)

Dream Warrior (Dark-Hunter World Book 18) [Kindle Edition]

Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Kenyon's award-winning Dark-Hunter series offer readers a world full of dark and dangerous heroes, feisty heroines and a richly imagined mythology - utterly unputdownable

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The son of Warcraft and Hate, Cratus has spent eternity battling for the ancient gods who birthed him. He is death. Now that an ancient enemy has been unleashed, Cratus’s task is to destroy it.

Delphine Toussaint is a philanthropist whose passion is for world peace. When a chance meeting brings her together with Cratus, the two develop a striking bond. Cratus is at first baffled by this human and her open nature…but soon he realises that Delphine is the key to completing his mission.

Delphine, meanwhile, is troubled by nightmares that are starting to become a reality. The only comfort she can find is around Cratus. But she refuses to give in to war, and he refuses to lay down his arms. Yet one of them must give in, or humanity will pay the price…

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 347 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (3 Dec 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002XA6IX8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69,415 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon lives a life of extraordinary does any woman with three sons, a husband, a menagerie of pets and a collection of swords that all of the above have a major fixation with.

Writing as Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kinley MacGregor, she is an international phenomenon with more than twelve million copies of her books in print, in twenty-eight countries. She's the author of several series including: The Dark-Hunters, The League, and Lords of Avalon. Her books always appear at the top of the New York Times, Publisher's Weekly and USA Today lists.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A book not to be missed by Dark-Hunter fans 7 Feb 2009
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The God of Strength, Cratus is the son of Pallas (Warcraft) and Styx (Hatred) so you can image his childhood wasn't all fluffy bunnies and abundant parental love. A Titan used to following any order given by Zeus (including chaining Prometheus to a rock) Cratus disobeys Zeus only once and is badly beaten by the King of the Gods, stripped of his own God powers and thrown penniless into the mortal realm. For six thousand years or so Cratus is tortured and killed every night in his dreams by the Dolophoni; the children of the Furies, leaving him a seething pot of revenge and hatred; his only crime that of saving an innocent life condemned by Zeus.

With the Greek Pantheon under attack, Delphine, a Dream-Huntress, is requested by Zeus to approach Cratus (now using the name Jericho) to offer back his God powers or seduce him into aiding the Greek Gods against a new enemy; an enemy intent on bringing down every Pantheon and enslaving mankind. And so the adventure begins, as a man both unable and unwilling to trust or love and a woman able to feel only muted emotions begin to realise they can't live without each other.

Although the "Dream-Hunter" novels started off (IMO) not quite on par with SK's "Dark-Hunter" books, the previous "Dream-Hunter" book "Dream Chaser" was far more than expected and certainly matched the high standards this author has achieved with her "Hunter" series. This book "Dream Warrior" is also absolutely cracking and a real page turner as I quickly consumed pages to learn the outcomes of a variety of battles between warring Pantheons, the strategies of Acheron and his growing "good guy posse" of immortal beings and demons and the treacherous acts of some new baddies.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Okay...Now I'm excited 24 Feb 2009
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I found the last two additions to this series (One Silent Night & Dead after Dark) a tad disappointing. They both felt rushed, I hated the heroines and I couldn't see where everything was headed. This book however went a long way to making me feel better - it's a great read. We all know that we've come to the end of the first story arc with Acheron so now..what happens? where do we go? all is answered in this book.

Kenyon describes the book as a 'lynch pin' between the arcs and IMO she has succeeded. The romance might be light but there are so many sub plots that catch your interest you won't mind. Jared & Jaden. Wow, they are some kind of beautiful and just what is their story? honestly, these two had me salivating at the mouth and I cannot wait to find out more about them. Nick also features in the book along with Ash and Zarek.

There has been some criticism about the author hurling more characters and pantheons at us and while this is true I happen to like it. She has certainly caught my attention and I feel excited about the new story arc. Also...isn't this what we expect from a Dark Hunter book? it's nothing out of the ordinary and in my case it seems to be having the desired affect. I didn't really care about the Dream Hunters before this but she does a good job with Delphine and M'Doc in this book and there are some major developments and new alliances are formed.

So yes, this book is a must read (I wish it was longer) you might be cross eyed by the end of it but it will definately leave you smiling.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing 7 Sep 2009
I'm a big fan of the Dark Hunter series of books by SK. This is the first one I have read (and I have read them all but one) that I have been disappointed with.

Never heard of Noir and his sister before but they are key to this plot and all the other characters, a lot of whom we have met before, seem to know all about them. Too many short cuts and not very well explained turns to the plot, like the life saving "surgery" at the end. Ash makes a few appearances and conveniently introduces a new group of Dark Hunters to work with Nick in his story, all done in the space of a couple of sentences, which felt a bit lazy. The pace is swift of course being SK, so that keeps you engaged. Totally lightweight, however, when compared to the unbeatable No. 1 of this series: Zarek's story (he's in this one as well).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars dream Warrier 2 Mar 2009
sherrilyn kenyons books never let you down, this is no exception.
once i started this book i didn't want to put it down, like all of the
darkhunter and dreamhunter series (i have them all). Theres not enough hours in the day
as you keep having to put the book down due to the kids needing to be fed
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3.0 out of 5 stars Meh 3 Sep 2009
Okay, so this is the new Dream-Hunter book. And although this is true, the book is pretty much integral to the Dark-Hunter storyline. The one of the first things that happend was that suddenly we find out that that is some great war going on with Noir and his "sister". A war I had heard nothing about but had obviously been going on for some time because most of the Oneroi and Skoti had been imprisoned in Noir's lair or had converted to the dark side. To say that I flicked through the previous books for any mention of this would be and understatement.

Then there is the romance. I am getting seriously tired of the brooding and tortured (often litrally) guy, who is saved by (notice the cliché) true love! gag. I have never been a believer that true love wins against all obstacles. And this one was worst than most. It seemed like one minute Jericho was filled with hatred and bent on vengance (something I would have liked to have read about) and then, in like the next chapter or something, he is suddenly giving away his freedom to the very man he has a vendetta against to save Delphine. I was like what the hell, have I missed something. Then after that it is pretty much them fighting and making out for the rest of the novel. They both had very little depth, and it was predictable. I also found it strange that Acheron hadn't in the war before they went to see him. It is against the nature of his character to be sitting at home with his wife, Tory, while Jaden, someone he considers to be a friend, is being tortured and he knows about it.

The only characters I actually liked in it were Jaden, Jared, Acheron and Asmodeus. The rest were just annoying. And the lost mother reunion at the end fell kinda flat for me. Now don't get me wrong, I did like this book but I it just felt too rushed.
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