Nightkeepers (Nightkeepers, #1)
Publish date: June 3rd 2008
Publisher: Signet Book
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: The Final Prophecy (#1)
Lots of info.. nice world build.... interesting....review later
The writing is unfocused and jumps between points of view, varying between dizzying information overload and dry, boring lecture-mode. The romance is uneven at best rushed at the beginning and rushed at the end and zilch in-between. Relies too much on tell rather than show and digs in trying to get ...
This book was like having sex and the equipment is not what you expected. To top it off, he's like the energizer bunny and he keeps going and going, but all you want to do is get off. This book had a lot of internal dialogue that really didn't show off the characters like-ability factor. When they...
I will admit, the only reason that I started reading this series was that it was endorsed by J.R. Ward (of the Black Dagger Brotherhood). But I am so glad that I followed that recommendation. This series is unique to anything that I have ever read and I love it. The whole series centers around the e...
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