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Another great instalment in the Dark Hunter series
on 6 March 2014
I really wasn't sure I was going to enjoy Ravyn's story when I first started reading it. When the book begins he's already in trouble because he'd been chasing skirt, which isn't what you expect from the strong, stoic Dark Hunters we've all come to know and love, but there it is. And Susan, the heroine also took a bit of warming to because she was so strong-willed and determined.
However, it doesn't take long before the story locks in to all the exciting components that make up the classic Dark Hunter stories, and our troubled hero and heroine are battling against demons from the past and Daimons who are out for blood, while also fighting for their lives and their love.
As ever this story continues with our education about the Dark Hunter's, their squires and the Gods who created them. Nick Gautier also makes a real come back in this book, and it's nail biter. Squire turned Dark Huner, Nick is completely unrecognisable from the happy go lucky Squire that we met in the first couple of books, and at this time quite an unsympathetic character, who's hard to like. He's filled with hatred and after Acheron's blood.
With an epilogue that leaves you on a sheer cliff-drop, there can only be exciting things to come in the next book of this fantastic series.