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Mass Market Paperback Sins of the Night: A Dark-Hunter Novel Book

ISBN: 0312934327

ISBN13: 9780312934323

Sins of the Night: A Dark-Hunter Novel

(Part of the Hunter Legends (#10) Series and Dark-Hunter (#7) Series)

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Book Overview

In the realm of the Dark-Hunters there is a code of honor that even immortal bad boys must follow: Harm no human. Drink no blood. Never fall in love. But every now and again a Dark-Hunter thinks himself above the Code. That's when I'm summoned. Who am I? I'm the one thing the fearless fear. Step over the line and it's my wrath you will face. Nothing can touch me. Nothing can sway me. I am relentless and unfeeling. Or so I thought until I met a female...

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

A Definite "Win"

I loved this book! It explains so much that I didn't know before! I won't spoil it for those who haven't read it, but for anyone who's an Ash fan... READ IT!!

Ms. Kenyon is one of my favorite authors.

This book was great. I couldn't put it down and read it in one afternoon. I love the dark hunter world Sherri has created for her fans.

Not what I was expecting

The Alexion. Judge, Jury, and Executioner of the Dark Hunter force. The Alexion is called in to determine if a Dark Hunter is salvageable, if not, to destroy the immortal. Warning: 1. If you are not a Dark Hunter fan, you should not read this novel without reading some of her previous work. There is a great deal of backstory that you must understand for this to make sense. 2. There is a foreward at the beginning of the book asking the reader to go to the end of the book and read the short beginning. Please do read that first. That said, I loved this book. I stayed up all night reading the story of Danger and Alexion. Though most of Sherrilyn Kenyon's books are independent enough that you can read them alone, you won't want to. This story is not one of those. Dark Hunter fans have waited a long time for this installment, and I, for one, was not disappointed. Dangereuse St. Richard is the firs Dark Hunter female we've really got to spend time with. While others have been mentioned, this is the readers first insider track, so to say. She is a petite thing created during the French Revolution, murdered by her husband. It is noted Artemis must have taken special liking to Danger, for Artemis' taste run to taller women who are more of the same stature of the Daimons they fight. A rebellion is brewing in the backwoods. Dark Hunters are drawing together with restless thoughts and unease. A Daimon walks among them, sewing seeds of discord, and some of the Dark Hunters are buying in. Hook. Line. And Sinker. The Alexion is sent to save those who can be saved and judge those who cannot, and he's starting with Danger. Kenyon weaves her magic spell yet again in this novel, touching the reader with the profound emptiness these Dark Hunters carry, the weight they bear protecting the humans who don't know them, who wouldn't believe them, and who live in blissful ignorance of the "other" things that live in their world. The humanity of the immortals is awesome.

A worthy read

I don't know WHAT everyone else is talking about when they say how horribly this book was written. Granted, yes, if you were looking for the 5 pages of straight sex that occurred in so often Kyrian's book (great story by the way), then you might be a little dissapointed. However, I thought this book was wonderfully written, and I could NOT put it down. Alexion is well written,interesting new face and this book gives you lots more insight into Ash's "secret identity". It was no where near as bad as Wulf's story *Shudders at how rushed that book was written*, and though the ending was just a little dissapointing, it was a very worthy read. I can't wait until her next book!


I really liked it. It was good to see DH's in other places than just New Orleans and I liked seeing what happened to a character whom we really had thought that his story was ended. I have read other reviews that said they did not enjoy this book as much as some of the others, that it felt rushed to them. I didn't think that it felt rushed at all, but that is just IMO. I liked getting the clues to future books and the fact that we got a little glimpse of Nick, even though he was not a character in this book. I am very much looking forward to getting all of the other books as they come out and can't wait for 2007, when we finally get to see what is going to and what already has happened to Ash.
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