All new from the number-one New York Times best-selling author. As brutal as the undead he hunted, Zacarias De La Cruz was a master executioner. Now his stark and savage journey has ended. For his brothers, Zacarias had walked to the edge of madness, but with centuries as a killing machine now left to the past and without a hunt to define him, Zacarias wonders, for the first time in his life, who he really is.
The answer awaits him back home, in Peru, in the betrayal of a woman who is readying her trap, in the vengeance of an old enemy, in the inevitable consequences of a bloody family legacy - and in the deliverance of a lifemate he never could have imagined.
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It was OK, but was longer than it needed to be. I was looking forward to Zacarias' story, but his story was drawn out, a lot of repeated dialogue. The story made you feel a little like you rewound the MP3 player because you heard the same story line numberous times. Maybe there is a minimum on pages/hours required by the publisher to account for the repeated information. The book could have been maybe 5 hours shorter. I have been a long time fan of the Dark Series, Drake Sisters, and Ghostwalkers, but I am starting to see a trend of the books becoming drawn out. I would like to see more interaction with the other Carpathian's like in previous stories, this would better fill the space than the repetitive lines.
I loved my first audible book even if I don't love the book I listened too.I wanted there to be more interaction between him and his brothers The whole thing about him only seeing color when they are connected was different.I liked that she made the characters flawed.I was looking for a little more out of this book but as always i'm looking forward to the next one and I hope to be surprised after all these book are not cheap and refunds are not availible
I cant believe this over descriptive drivel was published. I am disappointed I wished I save my credit for something better. No action whatsoever, just stagnate and boring. I really hate to say this but Christine Feehan needs to hang it up on the dark series, if all her books going to be run on sentences. I hate to say this though, the Narrators are absolutely awesome, hence the 5 stars for performance.
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Bravo, Christine Feehan you have done it again. The story line was intriguing, entertaining, and held my attention the entire length of the book. An added surprise was that this audio book had two readers. In my opinion both readers did an excellent job. In fact, I just finished the book and have started listening all over again; just to make sure I did not miss anything. LOL.
not the same as the first books
half to the book was sex, not enough story.
I Love love love, Christine Feehan and the Dark Series. And I have been waiting for this book fom the moment I met Zac in a book WAY back when... so why wasn't there more dialogue???? I was so over what they were
If you are a fan of Christine Feehan you will enjoy this book. One element that I really like that there were two readers.
I enjoy this series by Christine Feehan. By far Zacarius is my very favorite Carpathian. It is a great story of how we can have tunnel vision and become disconnected with the world around us; then bang your blindsided and must choose what to do.
The storyline is awesome and Erik Bergman did an awesome job of narrating it!
Zacarias, of course!
This is probably my favorite book, next to Dark Prince.
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I am a fan of the Dark Series and have enjoyed most of them. However, this will be a waste of your credit. Absolutely no story, or should I say the same conversation between two characters chapter, after chapter, after chapter. I always expect redundancy with these books, but this was actually offensive to me. It's like they threw a book together to make money. Perhaps they should call it day with the Dark Series because this seems like a road-ender.
On a up note I did enjoy the narrators. I'm sure I would thoroughly enjoy them with good material.
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