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Demon Revealed: High Demon, Book 2 (High Demon Series) Kindle Edition
(And I'm supposed to believe that?)
(Reah, you're being disrespectful with a superior.) I didn't answer him. If he knew how disrespectful I wanted to be—I was staring at Xiri's bones, after all. I sobbed. (Reah? Reah, are you still there?)
(You be respectful, Vice-Director, the next time a friend's bones lie beneath your hand.) I cut off the communication. Lendill didn't try again.
The Drakus seed trade is threatening to destroy the Alliance as an old enemy reemerges. Reah is placed in the thick of that battle, with no experience and little help from her superiors. Unexpected betrayals and alliances are formed, and Reah must use every bit of her strength and wit to protect those she loves.
About the Author
- ASIN : B00A57PDJG
- Publisher : Connie Suttle; 1st edition (November 9, 2012)
- Publication date : November 9, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 632 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 253 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #636,252 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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She is no more than property and has no say in the matter.
It seems like it was written by someone raised in the kind of society where women are truly nothing but slaves.
When Reah's mother is raped they talk about how it was done to discredit the mother (because of course rape is the victim's fault).
All throughout book three, Reah is raped. She must do what Teeg says or else her good friend will be hurt or murdered. That is rape, yet she continues with the abused woman attitude and accepts it.
Every time a man abuses her in fact, it's always "her fault" and she just needs to understand. I'm waiting for more of the classic "baby, why did you make me hit you" lines.
The author's relentless abusive attitude and rape fantasies start to weigh very heavily after a while. It is difficult to read about abuse so much but really does seem to give insight into an abused mind. If you want to try and understand how an abused/raped woman thinks, then read these books but otherwise it's a difficult read.
At the same time there isn't enough character development that it really pulls you in. It's something of a dichotomy.
From the time I started the book until I completed it, I couldn't put it down unless I absolutely HAD to.
I'm waiting for someone to notice that there is a great talent here whose work should be made into film. I would LOVE to see the special effects that would be used in producing this and other books by Connie Suttle when transferred to film....SOMEBODY, please look at making these books into movies!!!!!! I would go see every single one!!!
Top reviews from other countries
which is full of action . I like the different characters and I enjoy catching up with the characters from the blood destiny series .
It's a win win for me