- File Size: 79480 KB
- Print Length: 420 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin / SB Creative Corp. (January 14, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HUGEUW6
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #812,866 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THE DARKEST PLEASURE 1 - Lords of the Underworld 3 (Harlequin comics) Kindle & comiXology
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As a manga reader, I did not like it because:
The characters were drawn unattractively and looked like 60s Archie comic book characters in futuristic drum major costumes.
The Lords all looked like women.
The plot dragged through thoughts and conversation with little of the action and "on the run" scenes that move the plot in a graphic novel and which you often see in manga.
The characters were drawn far too differently from the other manga versions of the books (though I realize that the artist is different for all 3 of the sets).
As a LoTU Showalter fan, I HATED it because:
The Lords all looked like women and were grossly unattractive-- complete opposite of the books. Paris looks like Liberace's boy toy.
The characters are underdeveloped. The book starts with Danika being coerced by the Hunters to spy for them on the Lords. It really needed some of the background to why she got caught and how she had been living since leaving the fortress. (And calling Dean Stefano "Stephan" with virtually NO backstory on why he was a Hunter and so fanatically seeking the demise of the Lords????)
Reyes is an annoying pansy in this book, and he looks more like Wonder Woman than a demon-possessed Lord of the Underworld.
Aeron's Legion looks like a toy lizard and seems out of place in her introduction. She has no lisp, which is kind of key to her initial characterization. Aeron's location (whether chained near Hell or in the dungeon of the fortress) is always wrong.
There are HUGE plot inaccuracies!!!!!! It's as if the artist took a cursory look at the book, skimmed through it, and jotted down only the few things he remembered.
POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT (if you haven't read the original novel)****
Examples: How Danika gets to the heavens, Ashlyn's pregnancy and its result, plot revelations from Paris rather than Reyes, Reyes and Danika NOT going on the run to search for her grandmother (which is kind of critical to the whole plot), locations for the story, etc. etc. It goes ON AND ON.
Unfortunately, I found myself more annoyed by the artwork to the point that I began to flip through both of The Darkest Pleasure manga books, reading the dialogue, and trying desperately to get to the inane ending.
I highly recommend the first two. Skip this one. It's really bad. I wish I could "unread" both of them.