This presentation includes an extended excerpt from The Dream-Hunter, plus bonus material with insider details from Sherrilyn Kenyon - including what she's writing now and what's coming next!
©2007 Sherrilyn Kenyon; (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
I've loved reading and writing for as far back as I can remember. I live in Ontario, Canada with my dear dog Joram (Maltese).
This gave me an insight to a specific aspect of a *character* that i adore
The scene in the cemetery between Nick and his Aunt Meney
witnessing the distress to use a weak word in reference to this of Nick returning to the house he'd bought for he and his Mom to share
left me with chills all over; simply amazing
When I read (or listen to) a novella, I expect a beginning and an end to the story. This "novella" experience is like a friend handing you a novel and saying, "Here, read this." Then you read the first two chapters, only to discover the rest of the novel is missing. You start to wonder if the "friend" who handed you the book is really your friend after all. I never thought I would right a bad review over a Sherrilyn Kenyon book because I typically love her stuff, but don't bother with this one. It will totally leave you hanging.
I thought it was another side story but it is actually a scene that has already been played out in one of the DH stories...Nick arrives home after Katrina finds the home has been renovated so no damage is discernible...goes to the graveyard finds Minnie....just a recap
As always, Holter Graham is great. Hard to decide which is better, him or Fred Berman...either way, I always look forward to listening to him.
Was totally unnecessary but I gladly added it to my Sherrilynn Kenyon collection
This was quite a walk on the wild side ... i downloaded it as a Member Audio because it was set in New Orleans. Not really into vampires, wherewolves, etc. But, for that genre, it was well written.
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