Styxx (Dark-Hunter, #23)
Publish date: September 2013
Pages no: 848
Edition language: English
Series: Dark-Hunter (#22)
WOW! What an in depth story. It was rather sad too, with a happy ending, but the sadness lingered longer with me. The cruelty was so... tangible. But then "Acheron" was the same way.
Thank the gods I lived through this. Beaten bruised, bloodied, and heartbroken, but I lived. Styxx, man I just keep shaking my head at his 11,000 years + of extreme torture. It didn't rip and gut me like Acheron's book did but it hurt. Acheron's book took me out of this series for two years. Recover...
The first part of this book was loooong. It was good but just too damn long. It also made me hate Ash. I know crazy right but I honestly think Styxx had it so much worse than Ash ever did. Life sucked butt for both of them obviously but it was so freaking sad that they basically went through the ...
Oh boy this is one of the better of Ms Kenyon's books. A companion to Acheron, we get to see the other side of the story. Styxx is Acheron's twin brother. Thought for the longest time as one of the villains of Acheron's life, we learn a lot about this very interesting character. In Acheron's novel...
Good Gods but Styxx went through a lot of abuse at the hands of almost everyone he knew, to come out the other side with even a modicum of sanity or compassion is astounding and to know that Sherrilyn Kenyon based some of the abuse on personal experience? Wow.Styxx is Acheron's brother, his twin, th...
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