Body of Sin
Once the favorite son of the Lord of the Underworld, Lokan Krayl held enviable privileges and powers. Powers that led to a devastating betrayal--murder. Resurrected by his immortal brothers, Lokan is still trapped in purgatory. He has no way to contact his family. He has no answers. In order to... show more
Once the favorite son of the Lord of the Underworld, Lokan Krayl held enviable privileges and powers. Powers that led to a devastating betrayal--murder. Resurrected by his immortal brothers, Lokan is still trapped in purgatory. He has no way to contact his family. He has no answers. In order to find the truth about his death and who killed him, he must escape his prison. And there's only one way out: through the twelve gates of his eternal enemy, Osiris. But Lokan has help. Bryn Carr, the woman who duped him once before, is his beautiful yet unwanted guide. She's been sent by his brothers to aid him. She's his last hope. Lokan must place his fate--and that of the mortal and immortal worlds--in the hands of the one woman he can never trust.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 23rd 2011
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
Series: Otherkin (#4)
A satisfied end to a series I enjoyed. I enjoyed learning more about Lokan. I kept guessing/wondering what Bryn and her brothers were. Nice. I also liked that while Bryn/Lokan were disappointed that the other kept secrets/told lies, they weren't angry/blaming the other. I liked how each one ack...
I had high hopes for this one but I was not impressed. It was rather boring and the hero and heroine didn't even connect until over halfway through. There was little action and the tension was nil. A disappointing conclusion to an otherwise great series.
This was a tough one for me. I loved the scenes with Lokan's and Bryn's brothers handling things Topworld, but felt a lot of the scenes Underworld with Lokan and Bryn trying to make their way through the 12 gates were extremely drawn out. Some of this could be the length of time I waited to read the...
This was a great ending to the series. It is definitely a series that has to be read in order and if you haven't read books one through three you shouldn't read this review.Lokan Krayl, the fourth and final brother and youngest son of Sutekh, has been the focal point linking together all three books...