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  • Heart of a Hunter

    Heart of a Hunter is the fifth and final book in the End of Ever After series of fairy tale retellings. Told from Daimyon's perspective, you find out the story of Snow White (Lyla) and what happened after. One thing I love about E.L. Tenenbaum's stories is how they all interact with each other. This is most definitely Daimyon and Lyla's story but you hear about Azahr and Kiara, Alex and Ella, and others are mentioned in passing. How she manages to keep it all straight, I'll never know but I admire it nevertheless. The story itself was a brilliant one. I loved reading about Daimyon and his father. I was upset when the queen found out about Daimyon's betrayal and what she did next. I enjoyed reading about what he did for the next few years and the gifts he left. All in all, this was a great read that I thought finished off the series perfectly. The only problem I have found with this book is I now have the incredible urge to re-read them all - starting from End of Ever After. I thoroughly enjoyed this instalment and have no hesitation in recommending it but PLEASE read it from the beginning. You will miss out on loads of fantastic fantasy if you don't. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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