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Dark Hunger Paperback – October 2, 2007
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Now, I have to say that I like graphic novels, and thought that this adventure would be different from the other Carpathian novels. The adventure was different, but in the completely wrong direction. Stories/Novels like this... especially Romance, shouldn't be rated T+. That's for 15-16 year olds. This was a story that's supposed to ignite passion and desire... you can't do that so watered down. And believe me, this was watered down.
Again, I can go on and on about the things that I didn't like. But with so many reviews saying how great this was, and the only negatives being that this was a comic book, I wanted to tell you real reasons not to pick this one up.
I've read the book and it was great and I have to say that the comic was a good idea and the graphics were well done and it stayed true to the the storyline. I enjoyed it as much as the original "book"
of the classic Carpathian stories. Well worth reading in order in my opinion because you learn more with each
book. An ejoyable read never the less though.
This is an American graphic novel and a horrible one at that. American graphic novels can also be beautiful and enjoyable to read. However it is clear that Christine Feehan is not a graphic novelist. Just because you can write a novel does NOT mean you can write a graphic novel. There are rules to writing comic books and graphic novels. The main one being, have a great artist backing your words. The artwork in this book was scary awful. There were scenes that were supposed to be sexy and seductive that fell flat and scenes that were supposed to tug at the heart strings and well...didn't. Not only that the story itself moved at such a fast pace that it was a whirlwind of 'I hate you', 'I love you', 'I hate you' for no true apparent reason. Christine Feehan should stick to novels and if this was anyones first "manga" please go find a real one, a Japanese one. Just because it is a small book with pictures does NOT make it a manga!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ok. I don't know if it is just my copy but my ebook ended in the middle of the story. He turns her, she goes and sees her family, they have sex in their grotto and bam! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Was very different from the other paperback novels in the series. Had never seen this series in an illustrated version. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mari Rguez
Love the series and the author but the book just got chopped off and left you hanging. Come on ms Feehan. I need so closure hwrePublished 5 months ago by Debra A. Erickson