Number-one New York Times best-selling author J. R. Ward’s novels of the Black Dagger Brotherhood continue, as a vampire warrior crosses the line between life and death…and ventures into an erotic world of dark dreams and darker desires.
Ever since the death of his shellan, Tohrment has been unrecognizable from the vampire leader he once was. Physically emaciated and heartbroken beyond despair, he has been brought back to the Brotherhood by a self-serving fallen angel. Now, fighting once again with ruthless vengeance, he is unprepared to face a new kind of tragedy.
When Tohr begins to see his beloved in his dreams - trapped in a cold, isolated netherworld far from the peace and tranquility of the Fade - he turns to the angel in hopes of saving the one he has lost. But because Lassiter tells him he must learn to love another to free his former mate, Tohr knows they are all doomed....
Except then a female with a shadowed history begins to get through to him. Against the backdrop of the raging war with the lessers, and with a new clan of vampires vying for the Blind King’s throne, Tohr struggles between the buried past and a very hot, passion-filled future.…But can his heart let go and set all of them free?
©2012 J.R. Ward (P)2012 Penguin Audio
I love the audio version! Another great performance by Jim Frangione!
JR Ward does it again! This book was Awesome! It made me cry, laugh, and then cry again! I recommend the BDB to all my friends!
If you haven't read this series. I would recommend you do!
Jim and the expectation of what comes next.
oh my, as soon as I met V he was mine, and if he weren't mentioned I would be upset. That said, in this book as I get to know Xcore a little and start to understand him, I like him more. He's is letting go of who he thought he was and learning who is really is. I like that.
All of it.
The in between, where will it find you.
Addicted to Audio Books !
I would have to say #3, I have listened to a lot of audiobooks so #3 means it was very very good.
I dont want to spoil the book for anyone else, so I will say the whole book was memorable
Tohrment for sure
Absolutely, I practically did, except while at work then I had to stop listening but I was thinking about listening to it while I was at work
This whole series was awesome, I hope there will be more to come, I love all the characters, So So So Much.
Most definately. This book has action, romance, drama, and a few twist that will blow you away.
The introduction of new characters in the story.
As always he does an excellent job. He is so in tune with the characters.
Oh yes, you won't want to put it down.
The two main characters come full circle in thier own greiving process. You are able to connect with them. This book shows so many different types of love for one another. To me this oneis the best the series thus far.
Okay, so I bought the hard copy and read it yesterday, so I hole hardily recommend this book. One of the best in the serious! A must read....or listen as it maybe. Jim was amazing as usual! The WARDen did it again.
I keep thinking I'm done with this series, then I get hurried & bored and make another impulse buy. I have two main gripes. 1) Each new book is presumably about a new couple, but it's really not. It's half a new story and the other half of the prior characters' story from the previous book--which is how she keeps you on the hook. You're always only half way through someone else's story. You must read the next book to really get that sense of completion, but then you get sucked in to a new story that starts to get told. 2) I could probably live with that sneaky device, but the over-arching story just isn't progressing fast enough for me. Getting bored with the Lessers? No problem, we'll just create a new group to battle. These BDB dudes are stuck on a hamster wheel and don't even know it. Other minor issues: The Brotherhood lingo. It grates after a while. You dig? Sitch instead of situation. Natch instead of naturally. It's a weird "combo" of shortened words and 70's Mod Squad-like turns of phrases. Groovy. Also, I guess I'm the lone dissenter, but I'm not a fan of the narrator. He does a lot of quick inhalations that distract me, and the biggest distraction is he likes to emphasize the vowel sounds of most single syllable words. Who knew variations of the word "ease" could used so many times in one book, except it's not "ease," it's, "eeeeeaaaasse."
got a bit predictable. Enjoyed it but glad its over. JR Ward needs to move on from this series. 10 books was enough.
most all the BDB lovers will listen, but what will they think?
Not another vampire book...
I love the BDB books, this fell short. It almost rambled too long without getting to the meat of the story.
To All My Favorite Narrators: You are the voices in my head...
Loved, loved, loved, this book!
I'm still amazed that 10 books in, this story keeps getting better.
I have listened to all the black dagger brotherhood books twice and I find that JR Ward leaves me with just enough at the end of each book to makes antsy for the next book.Her books always grab me from the beginning and I am hooked until the last paige wanting moor.
My interest in the subject matter is already there. I have all of Chris Feehan's Dark series and I really wish she would write more.
His performance let me shut my eyes and use my imagination to be there, It is like old time radio shows.
I did not want to put the book down, but I had to sleep and do other things as well.
I really do not wish for Jr Ward to rush her next book because she does such a good writer but I am waiting with baited breath for the next book
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