- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3229 KB
- Print Length: 672 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dark Shadows Publishing (31 July 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IHJUJY8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 98 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,673 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Dark Realms Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This turned up in my amazon recommends page and as it was free gave it a go. I can't help but wonder whether the people who gave this stuff 4 or 5 stars were reading the same thing as me. I'll tackle each story in turn:
Wicked- bog standard vampire fare: girl meets boy, boy turns out to be total psycho who drinks people's blood etc etc. Nothing new, and neither well written or exciting. The dialogue is clunky, and I was never drawn into liking any of the characters so didn't give two figs what happened to any of them.
Blur- more vampires: this felt like a Twilight cash-in, but with the author trying to make it edgier by having the vamp "love interest" be very aggressive and, for lack of a better description, bitey. Unfortunately he is also a ginormous sack of poop, completely lacking any charm. The fact that the main character actually responds to his seriously epic jive-weaselry instead of getting really effing angry at the fact the total bum-wipe essentially vamp-roofied her, beat up her bf and freaking kidnapped her TWICE annoyed me big time. At least none of the buggers sparkle. The non-vamps are also regularly afflicted with temporary stupidity- they get told, on two separate occasions by two different people who both end up dead, that there's vampires, they get actual proof of supernatural goings-on and come to the conclusion that it's ghosts scaring them. Ghosts. I eye-rolled.
Enchanted Secrets- teenage coming of age witchery: this one is the best of the lot, and is the reason this collection gets one star rather than nothing (I really wish I could give 0 star ratings).Read more ›
Stories with no end is a no no for me!
I will Change this Review Message as and when i actually get round to reading each of the books in my listings and will also update my star rating accordingly.
Thank you for your time and patience and sorry if this effects your interest in what could be an amazing book. john
Read the 1st book in the bundle but to be honest didn't bother with the rest.
Not saying it's bad writing or a poor story just more Twilight than Romero and not for me
good job it was free! stupid girls and catfish boys, spent enough time on this review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Even the stories described as 'stand alone' don't really come to a conclusion and the others are simply samples - to read on I guess you have to buy the book. Glad this was free.Published 2 months ago by Vee Crowther