- Pub. Date: September 2010
- Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
- Sold By: ST MARTINS / MPS
- Sales Rank: 705
In New Orleans, immortal Amazon warrior Samia is about to learn that there’s a worse evil coming to slaughter mankind than she’s ever faced before.
I have loved this series from the very beginning but this book seemed not to grab my attention. It was very predictable and almost boring in sections. I had tried to read this book when it first came out but just could not get through the first hundred pages without having to put it down. I picked it put today and was able to get through the book in a few hours but still found it to be pretty boring. I don’t know if it was the lack of my favorite characters until late in the book or if the writing is just becoming to routine. I hope that the next book will have some surprises or at least the ability to keep me guessing.
I did feel like Kenyon defended Dev more in this book and we saw the pain that he was dealing with in more depth. I enjoyed getting to know Sam and her secrets. And how they both worked through this situation. I am disappointed with the direction Nick is moving in but I guess I will wait and see on that one.
Overall, I think that it is time that Kenyon take the time to evaluate where this series is going as it is becoming flat.
Rating: 2/5 stars