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Publisher's Summary

This third novel in Tanya Huff's action-packed series features Tony Foster and the crew of "Darkest Night," a TV series about a vampire detective. This time they find themselves facing another supernatural menace, a Demonic Convergence. Tony - with the help of vampire Henry Fitzroy and Leah, a stuntwoman who is the last surviving priestess of a sex demon, plus a tabloid reporter and a Canadian Mountie - must keep the key to the convergence alive to prevent a demonic invasion so large scale that it could be the finale - for the whole world.

©2006 Tanya Huff (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Christa
  • Decatur, Georgia, United States
  • 08-30-12

Really fun!

If you like your contemporary paranormal fantasy with plenty of humor, don't mind that the protagonist is gay and that the book has a real story instead of a thin gloss over a lot of sex scenes, give this a try.

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The whole series was wonderfully written, the characters came alive for me and I very much enjoyed the way they developed and changed bit by bit through out the whole series.

There are moments when I can completely sympathize with Tony and his struggles to do the right thing and urge others to do so too.

Plus being a vancouverite myself, made it doubly interesting to me.

The audible performance was also wonderful, I loved the way Sutherland performed Henry's voice. The performance brought another level of depth to the story. There were, however, 2 places that I noticed where there seemed to be an editing error and the dialogue was repeated twice.

All in all I would recommend it with two thumbs up.