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Duel Nature

The Demon Accords, Book 4
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Length: 10 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2,078 ratings)
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Book 4 of the Demon Accords.

Chris and Tanya have been assigned as Coven Rovers, travelling the country and troubleshooting the supernatural community. It's a job that's part cop and part auditor, one that should be long periods of boredom mixed with small parts of action. But this is Chris and Tanya, so a sudden assignment to check on a rogue vampire leads to a run-in with a hostile master vampire, a hit squad, monsters straight out of Native American folklore, black ops teams, and, worst of all, vampire politics. Now more than ever, Chris must control his dark side, as the alternative is death.

©2012 John Conroe (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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great read

The reader is on mark with voices. The storyline and storytelling is wonderful. while listening you can easily lose track of time.

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Duel Nature

Dual Nature is the fourth installation of the Demon Accords series. There is something about this series that makes me want to keep hope alive. The concept is a good one, but instead of following the politics in the Vampire and Supernatural worlds, the author focuses on this US Government angle that just doesn't rub me the right way.

This particular book comes off a bit shuffled and irratic. It starts with Chris and Tatiyanna as Rogue hunters. This would have been a good concept for the entire book. Instead we go from hunting down a rogue, going camping and finding a witch and were, going to check in grandpa with government involvement, and ending with a Elder Counsel meeting.

I'm not saying the author should drag a story out but the way the information is presented you just don't get emotional involved in anything. It was like watching a show while pressing fast forward. You see stuff happening but you don't feel it.

Then I hear these words from the lead character: Farm conversations would have been considered very masculine because we talk about guns, politics, hunting, and sports..... hmmm, I guess females never talk about those types of things?

Then directly after that the author goes on this too long narrative giving an explanation of how projectiles are molded for explosives. I'm not saying that it was too long because I'm a girl but because it was randomly placed in the story and slowed down the momentum from a very tense scene into something boring.

The ending is what really saves the book/series for me. Now we might actually get some supernatural drama instead of that stuff with US government politics.

2 Stars - 🌟🌟Decent. Has Potential. Possibly a good idea for a story but something could have been better. Sometimes it's because the author put too little or too much into the wrong parts of the story. New authors sometimes fall in this ranking and move up as their series progresses. Doesn't mean I hated it. Just means it was missing something to push it over the hump

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Love it

Always a twist
Love the fact Chris is always doing a good thing and it always turns to mayhem!

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Can't wait for the next one.

I'm really enjoying this series. This one ended on a cliffhanger but the next ones out so I don't mind so much. The world building is really well done and I like the characters but the plot can be a bit thin at times. Still a good book with a good narrator.

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The books go by to fast

Hottie Heros, GlamVamp & SwissArmyKnife Boyfriend, save the damned. while eluding or exterminating those chasing them or trying to use them.

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Love it

I thought it could not get better, but I was wrong . Keeps getting better and better

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wow

Holy shit snacks Batman..... this book was freeking awesome.. I cant wait for the next book.

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Rogue vamp, more power, great read!

Duel Nature
The Demon Accords, Book 4
By: John Conroe
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
This continues this great series! Super powers, rogue vamps, twists, great plot and well developed characters make this series a winner!
The narrator is consistent and wonderful! Perfect for this series!

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just keeps getting better

i absolutely love this series and this book does not dissapoint in any way. my only complaint is that the books for the series could be longer.

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  • Bunty
  • Burnaby, BC, Canada
  • 11-15-17

GOOD. INTERESTING PLOT.

Good but the protagonist, Chris Gordon seemed too powerful that he has no vulnerability at all. In short there is no challenge for him. At the same time with all his power his enemies are the one holding the power. The government do not support him and the elders of the vampires are scared of him and they try to get rid of him. I find the storyline is getting nowhere. Nevertheless the narration/performance is good. I hope the next book will have more action and that Chris' abilities will be recognized and appreciated more.