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  • Dragonmark

    I do so love the Dark Hunter universe and I’m always so excited when a new book comes out! DRAGONMARK left me happy and perturbed at the same time. The story started off great Illarion was betrayed by humans and now he hates them. He’s a surely dragon with a heart thought long-dead…until he encounters the kind and fearless Edilyn. Their story is as heartbreaking as it is beautiful. They grew to love each other beyond reason and fight together against their enemies. Unfortunately, their mating was doomed from the start and years later, enemies separated Illarion from his beautiful mate. Heart wrenching. After the separation, there is a long period of time where the story overlaps with previous storylines from SON OF NO ONE and DRAGONBANE. While it was nice to connect the dots of who Illarion was from those previous books, I’d already read those scenes and found myself skipping large chunks of the book in order to get to the new stuff. The overlaps took up almost half (if not more) of the book. Getting to the new parts at the end of the book was refreshing, but since the majority of the story was eaten up by the overlaps, Illarion and Edilyn’s reunion was rushed and the book ended relatively fast. While I was happy that the couple did find one another again, I disconnected with their storyline during the large amount of the story overlaps. Still, it was a Sherrilyn Kenyon book and it was good, there were some surprises and lots of excitement. But, in my opinion, it just wasn’t a complete story. I felt the overlaps hurt the storyline rather than contributed to it.

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  • Disapointed

    Love this author, but I felt cheated since it was 50% repeat from the previous book before this one.

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  • Disappointed

    For such a large book, there isn't much new story. Almost half seems word for word from a previous book along the same timeline. I have to say I am disappointed for paying $16 for basically a book I already own.

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  • Just loving it.

    I love how characters in this series is incorporated in the story to create a full picture of events.

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  • Dragonmark

    As with the ones before this, I love the characters and all the thrills a d spills that go along with one of her books. A flight of fantasy and love with all its hits and misses and of course it's sense of humor and irony. gotta love it.

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