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    I love all of Sherrilyn Kenyon's books and so far The Chronicles of Nick have kept me thoroughly entertained! Keep em coming!
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    Invincible

    I love the second just as much as the first. Third book, here I come.
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    Great

    Great book, easy read :3 if you enjoy any of Kenyon's other reads, this is just as great. No steamy bedroom scenes, ;p
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    That which doesn’t kill you

    Hopefully makes you stronger. Or is that invincible? Invincible the second installment in the Chronicles of Nick sees our hero taking lessons from Death. Death as in the Grim Reaper is a serious downer. He has absolutely no sense of humor. Grim comes complete with his own set of shadows, Pain and Suffering. His lessons are slow and tedious and Nick despairs that he will ever master what he’s shown. The name of the game is divination. If trying to find things that are lost, those that don’t want to be found and seeing into the past and future are not enough Nick has his hands full with a new football coach and a slew of bounty hunting demons. Life just doesn’t serve up any breaks after their latest brush with zombies. As shady as they come the new coach is real bad news, the kind that leaves dead bodies behind. With threats of being railroaded into prison and being the next body that turns up Nick is forced to delve into things he’d just as soon not. Along for the ride is Nick’s protector, Caleb who deals whup ass with the best of them. Simi is serving up beignets and barbeque sauce. Kody is dealing out kisses and has poor Nick confused with wishful thinking. The sidelines are filled with the typical snarky characters like Bubba, Mark and Madug. Ambrose is a reluctant participant. Last but not least life’s a challenge living up to momma Gautier’s expectations. But all in all things are definitely looking up on the home front if only the rest of life could be so easy. Invincible proves to be another action packed fast paced novel. Once again I couldn’t put down a book by Sherrilyn Kenyon and I don’t suspect the day will come when I can. So if you haven’t picked it up yet then I highly recommend you do. You can’t go wrong with any of the Chronicle of Nick series.
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