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  • Very confused

    It really pains me to give this only 3 stars as Kenyon is one of my favourite authors. I spent a great deal of the book back tracking as I kept losing focus which never happened before when reading this author.

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  • Pirates and magic

    Valynda was abused, tortured, betrayed and murdered but thanks to Thorn she has been resurrected although without a body of her own she’s transformed into a walking, talking Poppet ! Yes Vala has a body of straw and whilst her heart might not beat that doesn’t mean she doesn’t feel or remember and as a member of the crew of the Sea Witch it’s her mission to return Demons to hell. Trouble is she’s a captive of the Malachai who wants to unleash chaos and he has a bargain for Vala that could see her returning to human form. Does she betray those she’s grown to care about or can her first and only love Xuri convince her that no matter what she’s seen or heard he really would risk the wrath of multiple Gods to save her ? As a fan of this authors Dark Hunter series this spinoff is a must read for me and I’m really enjoying the different religious slant here. Previously it’s been Greek, Sumerian and Native American myths that have coloured the background but with these books and their pirate lore it allows the author to explore the Voodoo angle. I liked Xuri the Loa as he’s full of surprises and his magic whilst not limitless was very entertaining and full of surprises. Sadly I found Vala to be irritating as she constantly changed her mind about Xuri and how she felt about his actions. Of course it was a joy to read the scenes that included Thorn, Jaden, Savitar and of course the glory that is Acheron ! The dialogue just made me smile so much and it was fabulous imagining them amongst this world of piracy and witchcraft. Plus there are exciting scenes with unexpected monsters that I enjoyed reading. Sadly I did not enjoy this couples romance quite as much as previous stories so sadly that does affect my rating of this book but I would still recommend this series although I do think the reader gets more out of it if it’s read in order. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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