Moving, interesting and amazing
I loved the ending. I won't spoil it for others, but I thought it was a wonderful way to say "They lived happily ever after."
Holter Graham was stellar as always. I can't pick out one character that was my favorite, but I enjoyed the Native American accent.
I think Holter Graham could make reading the phone book amazing, so it is no small surprise that he makes Sherrilyn Kenyon's wonderful writing come alive!!
I've read many of Sherrilyn Kenyon's books and had stopped for a bit. I decided on a whim to purchase this audio version. I didn't really expect to like it as much as I did. I was prepared to not like having a man narrate this story and was pleasantly surprised by how much I did like Holter Graham's narration. Overall, this was a very fun listen!
Add this book to your list of keepers! Sherrilyn Kenyon knows how to entertain her readers with excitement, a love story, and a way to bring in other characters.
The whole book was memorable!
His voice for certain characters started to sound alike.
I absoulutly would recommend this book. I love this series, it's great!
Ren, he is strong and silent and tortured and loving all rolled into one.
It's hard to pick.
The end, but I can't say why. You'll have to read it!
It was a great ride from begining to end!
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
This book explains a lot about Retribution. I was a little confused about the back story of buffalo and butterfly in that story, but it is explained fully in this story. It took me a little longer to get into this book because SK is splitting and adding to many diversions into her series and it is making it a little confusing. I think she should have created a completely different series for the stuff in Retribution and Time, Untime. I did like this story but it is far from my favorite, there was way too much back story and not enough time in the present to give the couple enough time for me to bond with their relationship and I would have like more heat between them.
It moved at a fast pace and I could not put it down.
Sherrilyn brought in some new characters which I hope will move into additional books.
When she meets her father.
Could this have been our future?
I love this series and have read or listened to every book.
The book was up to standard of Kenyon normal heighth. The narration was great. You could feel like you were there.
The changes of the voice to make each person in the book recognizable.
Older adult who has been reading all my life. Started listening to audio books on a long commute. Now listen because I can multitask.
I had previously read someone's review about how good this book is. I second everything. I've listened to it at least 3 times and I hear something new every time. I still think "Devil May Cry" is my absolute favorite of the Dark Hunter series but this one is a close second. And this is tough, as I have liked most of the Dark Hunter novels.
I thoroughly agree that adding icing to the story is Acheron's conversation with Nick. While not totally necessary to this story, it is certainly a great conversation and I would not have missed it.
I'm not a avid reader, but thankfully audiobooks are now available. I enjoy them because I can listen to them while driving to work, when doing house work, etc. You can close your eyes and almost see the book as a movie in your head. Thank goodness for audiobooks.
I enjoy the areas where other characters join the story line, it adds depth and keeps the theme of the Darkhunters going. However I must say that this book and the other that used the story line (Indian Lore) has been a little hard to follow as I am not as familiar with this part of mythology. I must say that it was a little easier to follow and I enjoyed the book.
As always I enjoy Holter Graham, he always does an excellent job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Audiobooks are great tool in dealing with my ADHD. They limit distractions while listening and I don't have to sit still. PS. I can't spell
Another novel in the Dark Hunter series that doesn't disappoint. With a strong vocal performance and an excellent story, this "time" Sherrilyn Kenyon gives the universe a three finger salute ([Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Del]). A continuation of the Native American - Mayan mythos, there's more to the Coyote, Buffalo, and Butteryfly story while still leaving plenty of room for my favourite Alantian, Celtic, Greek, Other and Summerian characters. The universe may be coming to an end but the Dark Hunters and their mate's optimism in a positive outcome is evident in the plethora of new babies and pregnancies. Could there be a "Children of the Dark Hunters" series in the offing?
The novel can stand on its own but readers would definately benefit from reading the series in order. At a minimum I would suggest reading Night Embrace (3), Dance with the Devil (4), Devil May Cry (12), Acheron (15), and Retribution (20) before reading this book.