A Perfect Darkness
Publish date: January 27th 2009
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Offspring (#1)
Hmm, this series looks promising, but I need to read more.
Great story! Of course, I loved the cockatoo, which was portrayed very accurately! And I love that she wanted to go and get it at the end. The story was really good, I loved it. But the ending, well it was a "safe for now" ending. They are still in imminent danger. The scary bad guy still wants to g...
I barely read the first chapter of A Perfect Darkness when the author, Jaime Rush, launched the fireworks plot wise and hooked me for the rest of the story with a hundred questions I wanted answered. The Offspring series hit it off with an exciting introduction and five people who were all interesti...
If you've read Feehan's Ghostwalkers series then you're probably familiar with this kind of storyline. The major differences being that these experimental subjects are unaware of the project that produced them, they're younger and without military training so all of the action feels very realistic, ...
Amy is a recluse that sees Lucas in her dreams. He comes to warn her she about to be betrayed and someone close to her killed and then he's taken from her. She gets together with two of Lucas' friends who have abilities similar to Amy and Lucas to try and rescue him. Lots of intrigue and nail bit...
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