The Slayer's Apprentice
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 175
, Mystery Thriller
, M M Romance
So, this book is a little wacko. Actually, scratch that.. a lot wacko. Wacko is in best way possible (you know how I lost my crazy characters!).This book was so interesting and fun to read about and I have a serious lady-boner for Phoenix BECAUSE he's batshit crazy, and for some reason, that's just ...
Once upon a time, I dated a boy who persistently called me schatje, which is baby in Dutch, but somehow has a worse connotation. I was young and superficial and he was the stud of the class, so I let it slip for a while. What can I say? Madison Avenue had not yet scored its educational monster hit. ...
This was so incredibly disturbing. I had no idea what was going on. Zathyn Priest did such an amazing job with building the intrigue and suspense. I thought Phoenix's character was appropriately f-ed up and that just added to the confusion of "whodunit". Really, this was a great piece of fictio...
It was pretty good. Sometimes, though, the writing was pretty stiff. I omniscient POV did work out, but it was still oddly jarring at times.The psychological study, though, was pretty good. I thought the ending was a little...meh, but still pretty good.
Amazing. This psychological suspense thriller with a side of love story had me on the edge from beginning to end. Phoenix is such a complex character who, single handedly, brought me through the gamut of emotions. I felt so bad for him, even when I wasn't sure if he was good or evil. I just knew...
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