• At Death's Door: A Deadman's Cross Novel

  • Dark-Hunter: Deadman's Cross Trilogy, Book 3
  • By: Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • Narrated by: Holter Graham
  • Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (377 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Number-one New York Times best seller Sherrilyn Kenyon brings us the final chapter in the Deadman's Cross saga with At Death's Door, an epic pirate fantasy perfect for her millions of Dark-Hunter fans. 

Welcome to the latest Deadmen’s Quest....

Valynda Moore was born cursed. So when she dies as the result of a spell gone wrong and is trapped in the body of a voodoo doll, she expects nothing else from her messed-up life. Until Thorn, leader of the Hellchasers, offers her a chance at redemption and a new life. 

But nothing has ever gone her way, for the Malachai, the very beast she and her crew of Deadmen have sworn to keep locked away, has risen. And this time he’s taken prisoners. Valynda must keep her wits about her or be denied her salvation and forced to watch as the entire world falls into the hands of absolute evil. 

It’s a demon-eat-demon world where the stakes have never been higher and either redemption or the ultimate betrayal waits for her At Death’s Door.

©2019 Sherrilyn McQueen (P)2019 Macmillan Audio

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KENYON FAN BUT STRUGGLED WITH THIS ONE

Filled this book with too much word play on feelings and repeating. How many times can you describe self loathing? Or doomdom? OMG I wanted to scream evrytime someone started quoting something about trust, honesty, or loyalty. I got the tone she was sitting within the first few chapters. But did she have to keep revisiting the feelings and emotions dam near every scene? Im a fan and wanted to hear how it all played out but really...I could have just read the Cliff notes on this one.

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Not as good as normal

While I have greatly enjoyed her other books, this one seems very chaotic. I did enjoy Ash, Simi, and Savitar.

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this one seemed like a recap

I struggled on this one... usually I binge through her stories, hungry for the "what happens next?". with this one I didn't get that feeling... there wasn't much suspense or thrill.. although I do love her writing, this one felt sub-par.

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I don’t know what you guys did with the third book but yes is not the same as the first two books I read. Felt like I was listening to a romance novel wasn’t enough action too much dialogue this third book is turned me off from the offer author and probably won’t get another book.Felt like I was listening to a Daniel still romance novel I mean I don’t mind a little love and romance in some books but you guys completely overdid it and then

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I absolutely LOVE the performance of this story. My goodness the talent and differences in the character’s voices is remarkable.

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Nice tie in to New Orleans

I liked this set of books. A tad bit hard to follow the names and who was doing what. I had to listen to several parts over and over to figure it out.

Overall, very good, I actually bought the books to make sure I wasn't missing anything in the story.

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I love how the different series connect to one another. Though the storylines are different there are stationary characters that remain such as Acheron and Savitar.

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Narration hodgepodge

I was really hoping the third book would be more like the first, unfortunately it was more like the second. The story was rushed in some places and drug in others and the narrator mixed voices and accents from the first two books so it was very confusing trying to keep up with who was talking or whose backstory was being explained. I doubt I’ll buy any more books if Holter Graham narrates.

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Great Deadman Novel

This was a great book for the Deadman Novel. I want another novel in series

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Good build up... Garbage, abrupt ending.

it was a good "prequel" series to set the scene for the New Orleans Dark hunters series. However, it was three books of build up in anticipation of a huge final conflict with an invincible enemy... only to have next to nothing happen and the main big invincible bad guy just run away... poor planning and character plot armor


highly disappointing ending.