- File Size: 755 KB
- Print Length: 95 pages
- Publication Date: August 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013Z36GN8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,266 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
OMG were the words that left me once I started reading this next instalment of the Empathy Series. I'm not a big fan of dark reads but there is just something about Ryan that draws me back to his story over and over again.
Cereus is Ryan's niece and very much like him in more ways than one. The darkness in Ryan is also in her and it frightens her. She is not at peace with it but Ryan comes to her rescue and together, unbeknownst to her mother, Melody, Cereus and Ryan wander the earth together on a killing spree. These two dark souls have a connection that no one will understand or even begin to comprehend. Together they are dangerous,destructive and deadly.
Their victims are not just random people; they are people they know albeit fleetingly or quite well and in some way or another, irritated the s***t out of them. This is a couple you would not like to upset or even meet. Ryan can control his darkness whereas Cereus cannot. So which one is the most dangerous? That's for you the reader to decide.
All good things or should that be bad, come to an end and where this journey ends will take you full circle. Not even Blake, Ryan's brother, and Cereus's father can help them.
Ker Dukey. Wow ! Your series took me to a place I'm not sure I would want to go and visit again! Ha ha! I sit here writing this review trying to figure out what makes people do the things they do. But I cannot. You took me to the creepiest, darkest corner of my mind and left me wanting more throughout the entire series. WOW! This was an incredible dark read.
I cannot express freely how mad this book is. Amazon would no doubt be after me! Congratulations and thank you for a most enjoyable read. Five well deserved deadly stars.
I thought I have read almost all the crazy that one author could possibly include in a story but I underestimated Ker Dukey because this takes completely crazy to a whole new level!
Ryan is still on the run and Cereus is still with him, and as much as the two of them are doing all they can to survive, Ryan also is desperately trying to help Cereus to stay centred and focussed on the here and now.
Cereus is a complicated read. She struggled to remain lucid much of the time and her black out episodes are a cause for concern when it comes to Ryan trying to keep the two of them out of the reach of the authorities. But she knows in her addled brain that she loves Ryan, but her paranoia means that she is sure that he doesn’t feel the same way.
As much as Ryan is the “saner” of the two of them, I have to say that the way he plays with Cereus’s feelings really is a measure of the man, he is completely twisted.
I really felt for Blake in all of this, he is desperate to help his daughter but by helping the two of them evade the authorities he is contributing to the body count, which shows no sign of letting up.
How much longer can he live with the situation?
And has his attempts to keep her safe, left it too late to save her?
This is a continuation of Ryan and Cereus’s story, it’s 3 yrs down the road, and the chaos and blood hasn’t slowed down. Ryan is teaching Cereus to embrace her inner darkness, but there have been some hiccups along the way. Cereus has been blacking out; not knowing what’s real or just in her crazy mind, and it’s causing both her and Ryan to get into some rather sticky situations…literally!
The journey they take together is absolute darkness, madness of the mind, yet on the same level, it frees them to be who they truly are. No one will ever come close to having the connection they have, and it’s crazy yet inspiring at the same time. I felt I was left hanging at the end, but that’s the way Ker likes it, always dragging you back for more and it’s working like a charm!
I found this one different. Perhaps in the way it was written I’m not sure. It had a “messier” feel to it, like perhaps that was how Cereus was seeing things. I’m not sure how to describe it. But I have to say, how many times can Ryan be resurrected?
“I was always just one soul pleading for another and now I’m alone again, lost.”
I thought this one was quite sad actually. It continues on, a few years into Ryan and Cereus’ existence together. It seems like they have a relatively easy ride of things until they bring another into their fold. Someone who hasn’t been like the ones they’ve had before. This ultimately destroys them. I can’t help but think of a modern day more brutal Bonnie and Clyde when I was reading this, I know the similarities are few and far between yet that’s what I thought. A bloodier version of course.
“We are completely isolated in darkness. Even our shadows leave us….”
That line above – gave me proper goose bumps at the end. So we are left with a bit of a cliff-hanger here, Ryan will not be satisfied until he is by Cereus’ side even if that means going back to the very place that imprisoned him for all those years. It is what he sacrifices for his love, a love he didn’t think he could have. I guess we’ll have to wait and see…..
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