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  • Hardcover: 314 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's
  • ISBN-10: 1607517949
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607517948
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.5 x 3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)

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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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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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By Mummy of Two TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 July 2011
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I have got to say that I really really enjoyed this book, I don't know if that is because I wasn't too impressed with the previous one or not but I did like the storyline and the characters involved were very likeable. A really good read and it opens up a whole new branch of potential stories for the author.

This is the seventeenth book in the series and features Jericho (previously called Cratus) a Titan and previous warrior of Zeus and the Dream-Hunter Delphine. Jericho used to basically do Zeus' bidding whether that involved murder, tying other's to rocks (Prometheus,)etc, etc, he was Zeus' man until he was ordered to kill the Dream Warrior Leta's husband and child and found he just couldn't kill the baby. We have had an insight into why he was sent to kill Leta's husband and child in previous books and the real reason behind why Zeus wanted them dead is revealed in this book. Jericho took the child away and hid her with a mortal family to keep her safe and Zeus subsequently punished Jericho (he was known as Cratus back then) by replacing his God heart with a human heart and sentencing him to be cruelly tortured and murdered each night. With the uprising of Noir and Azura and the imminent attack coming on the Greek Gods, Zeus knows the only one who can stop them is Jericho so he sends the Dream Hunter Delphine to lure him over to the Greek Gods side. Jericho doesn't trust anyone and you can't really blame him after what he has had to endure each night for the last few thousand years so getting him to trust her won't be an easy task even more so since Azura has managed to get to him first and Jericho is currently on the bad guys team. Can Delphine manage to bring him over to the good side or will she have to kill him to stop him helping the bad guys?
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