Not quite happy.
As for the last installment, it kept me reading and interested, although I don't really know why.
I am not really interested in any of the characters. And there are plot holes galore (e.g. why use Danyael's looks as genetic template for Galahad, the perfect human being, if the creator has seen Danyael last when he was two or three years old. Pretty todlers can become not very pretty adults...and the whole explanation that Danyael's genes were somehow his father's ticket to immortality didn't make any sense...)
Still a recommended read, if you don't want to think too much, just some action packed UF story about genetics and mutants...
This was well written and had a solid world-building and story flow.
It unfortunately doubles with "Mirija" - I would not recommend to read both, because that is boring. It is the same story, partially word for word, just told from another PoV, but without any new or exciting insight.
What I didn't like: Danyael is to good to be true and Zara got on my nerves quite quickly.
She sounds like an A**. Not sure why Danyael would give her the time of the day, or why the soul of a unlikable mercenary and killer would sparkle to the eyes of an Empath. That does not make any sense. And I do not like when characters in books are unearthly beautiful - and have violet eyes.
With Galahad and Danyael it makes a certain sense because the genetic thing is bascially the core of the story, similar for Lucien.
I found it quite sad - how Danyael was the beaten puppy all the time.
I took a sneak peek into the next few installments and it doesn't look like his life will improve...started the second one, but I think this will be it for me with Danyael's tragic heroic life.