Shades of Dark
Publish date: July 29th 2008
Publisher: Bantam Books
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Space Opera
, Science Fiction Romance
, Science Fiction R...
, Futuristic Romance
Series: Dock Five Universe (#2)
Hmmm... It occurs to me as I go further along - at least with this couple - that there are signs everywhere that the author at least read Timothy Zahn's Thrawn Trilogy - a slightly psychotic jedi of sorts attempting to corrupt the H. Not sure how I feel about that, although there were enough diffe...
As a story, it was pretty good. As a love story, not so much. It both aspects, though, it felt incomplete. The next two books might (or might not) elaborate a little, but they both have different main characters so I probably won't be reading them.
Whew, Shades of Dark was so much better than it's predecessor Gabriel's Ghost!I liked the story in Gabriel's Ghost, but there were a lot of minor issues with the writing and the characterization that Sinclair really improved upon in Shades of Dark.I thought Shades of Dark does a much better job of h...
After reading and enjoying the first book, Gabriel’s Ghost, in this series I was excited to read the sequel. Having now finished Shades of Dark, that excitement has soured. I will give credit to the fact that the plot-arc started in the first book is brought further in this work; the goals set fo...
This Dock Five series book had A LOT going on with the different factions, the betrayals, the inner conflict, the mission, etc. It looked like it was going to get a little kinky too. The ending is not what I was expecting and it didn't give closure to Sully and Chaz's relationship. I'm going to h...
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