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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (7 Sept. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749942401
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749942403
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 23.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 391,436 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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From No.1 NEW YORK TIMES bestseller Sherrilyn Kenyon comes the next blockbuster in her Dark-Hunter series. . . a world where nothing will ever be the same again.

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Writing as Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kinley MacGregor, she is the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling and award-winning author of several series: the Dark-Hunters; the Lords of Avalon; and the League. She lives with her husband and three sons in Nashville, Tennessee.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Sept. 2010
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Since the last Dark-Huntress who took on a significant role in this series was Danger in "Sins of the Night" published in 2005, it's been a considerable wait for another. Well Samia Savage, an Amazonian Queen whose death cry of vengeance was answered by the Goddess Artemis is well worth the 5 year wait. Sam's warrior skills rival that of any hero found in the DH series, and it comes as no surprise that she is a machiskyli; a "Dog of War" considered an elite warrior even amongst the highly trained Dark-Hunters. Yet Sam's psychic ability of psychometry; the ability to "read" an object, is somewhat debilitating as she can be overwhelmed by the history and emotions of anyone who has handled an object she touches.

Her match is Dev Peltier, the bear shifter who has popped up in many previous DH and Were-Hunter novels. His own emotional scars match those of Sams, yet Dev definitely hides his heartache behind wisecracks and sarcasm. His one liners and verbal sparring with Sam are pure SK at her best, and even during major battle scenes, Dev's comments in the face of danger easily raise a smile.

There are plenty of familiar faces featuring but I've got to say I'm not liking where SK is going with Stryker. Yep there's no denying he's a bad guy, but in "One Silent Night" in which he took a lead role, he was portrayed as honourable and although bloody thirsty, his quest was understandable. Well in "No Mercy" he's back to his old ways which seems at odds with the villain with a heart SK made him out to be. I'm also losing patience with Nick Gautier and his angst ridden attitude; come on Nick we know you have a problem with Acheron but get over it already!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Katia WolfSwan on 18 Sept. 2010
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I enjoy this series, the author has the ability to take the reader on an exhilerating journey of passion and heartache mixed with action and humour. However, there have been some complaints about too many characters being introduced and plotlines being dragged out and I have to say that when it comes to No Mercy, I agree with those complaints. Now that Acheron's book has been written I understood that we were now entering another story arc with either Savitar, Thorn or Jaden. Well..that doesn't appear to have happened in this book. Jaden and Jared don't make an appearance. Nick is still acting like a brat (so tired of his behaviour now) and more subplots to confuse us. This book is another bridge which isn't what I was expecting. We already had this in Stryker's book and to be honest for an author of this calibre I expect quality not quantity. As it is, I got neither, the book is small with big print and margins. I would have liked something I can get my teeth into. Unfortunately, I really didn't care about Dev and Samia as there was little character development and more time spent on yet another form of demon and other new characters. The plot was rushed and it had no substance. Okay, it was funny in places but nothing about this book made my heart surge and I felt that the ending was all a little too conveniant. Dev was a Were Hunter and Samia a Dark Hunter, naturally, because of their race and occupations they were going to face some upheaval in their future but 'ta-daa!' it's all fixed in the Epilogue as if by magic. Not good enough I'm afraid. No Mercy does very little to progress with the continuing storylines from previous books and that is very frustrating to me.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lynn M. Watt on 2 Oct. 2010
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I have been reading Sherrilyn Kenyon's dark-Hunter series for years now, ever since Kyrian's book, but for the last few books probably from Sin and Kat's I have felt like something has been missing. They are still okay books and can be funny at times, but the feeling that the author is being pulled in too many directions due to multiple plots, constantly new characters in the last few book, and way too many series, 10 and counting. Means that I am starting not to care what happens to the characters especially to Nick! I realise that until his own series is finished he will be a brat in the dark hunter books but why did we need more spins off's from this series! I admit Jesse's book is next and for the first time I probably won't buy it. I knew that this was a long series but some books seem to becoming formulaic now, sorry Sherrilyn but you have lost a reader.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Wilson - Falcata Times Blog TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Sept. 2010
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It seems like only yesterday that I reviewed the first Infinity story featuring Nick in Sherrilyn's Young Adult series, so I was a bit surprised when the new Dark Hunter novel landed. Sherrilyn is definitely prolific so it's always a worry about whether its quantity over quality alongside relying upon the author's name to sell the title.

What unfurls within this offering is a mystery with classic Urban Fantasy heroes who strive to achieve their goals whilst dealing with their own personal struggles and insecurities. It's quirky, it's definitely got great dialogue and an old favourite or two also appear. Great fun and something that will happily occupy your time. On a subsequent side note you can read this without having read the previous titles, however, a lot of the in jokes and sub reference will leave the initiate reader wondering what's happening alongside trying to figure what they're missing.
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