Born of Ice
In the Ichidian Universe, the League and its ruthless assassins continue to keep rule. But at what cost? Welcome back to the future…and a whole new world.Devyn Kell spent his life in service to the League until he learned of the double dealing and backstabbing that was costing innocent people... show more
In the Ichidian Universe, the League and its ruthless assassins continue to keep rule. But at what cost? Welcome back to the future…and a whole new world.Devyn Kell spent his life in service to the League until he learned of the double dealing and backstabbing that was costing innocent people their lives. Refusing to play those politics, he became a Runner—someone who makes sure planets get the weapons, medicine and supplies they need to survive. May the gods have mercy on any who get in his way, because he definitely won’t.Alix Garran is a woman on the run from a past she can’t escape. Signing on to work for Devyn as a System’s Engineer, she finds a cause she can fight for—and a man she can respect. But as Alix’s past catches up to her, and Devyn’s old enemies turn lethal, they have to fight together…or fall alone.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 1st 2009
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The League (#3)
i have read almost all of s kenyon's different series--and have enjoyed them. you have to love the characters. i will continue to read all her books
I want a "VIK" of my own - humorous little mechaman
The first time I read this book, it really confused me. It wasn't until years later that I learned that the series was split into two generations of characters. I know the author couldn't help it, as she was probably contractually obligated to do this, but I hate the fact that this book deals with...
Hmmm. Ok, it's a tighter story than Paradise City, and many things that happened make more sense in the rewrite but… at times it seemed like she replaced everything that didn't indicate the character in question considered themselves to be worthless. At least it was the heroine this time, and she wa...
Maybe this is a series better read far apart. Or maybe it's just not that good a series. I was so excited to read Sherrilyn Kenyon because, though it's been years since I've read her books, I remember them fondly. I have one more coming in the mail. Keeping fingers crossed.