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Devil May Cry (Dark-Hunter, Book 11) Hardcover – Bargain Price, August 7, 2007
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On a totally different note, I have to ask: Is America the only Daimon/demon infested place on earth? I mean all these gods - the Greeks, Atlantean, Sumatrean, etc. - all come from a totally different part of the world, not to mention the Dark Hunters (remember them?) who come from Africa, Europe, the Middle East. Do vampires not suck blood on the streets of Delhi? Are the inhabitants of Johannesburg immune to Daimon attacks? Perhaps Parisians have a special get out of jail free card for the end of the world?
Frankly, I am amazed Kenyon's world didn't die out centuries ago. In the beginning of this series there was one hinted cause of the Apocalypse: Ash. In this book I counted aproximately seven different ways to destroy the world: Ash, Ash's Ma; the death of Artemis; the death of Kat; releasing demon species number one; releasing demon species number two; the death of any god/goddess - yet despite the wholesale destruction of at least two pantheons, somehow the world still survives.
It seems that lately each book is getting successively more over the top.Read more ›
Now, please bring on Ash's story, so people can stop griping that the last two books "have too much Ash," "have too little Ash," or just weren't his story.
Fearing for her life, Artemis sends the one person she knows she can rely on. A former handmaiden of the goddess, Katra goes after Sin to try and thwart his plan to kill Artemis. But when she ends up being captured by Sin, she learns of the goddess' duplicity and is racked by guilt over her role in Sin's fate. To make matters worse, she also learns that the biggest threat to mankind is about to be unleashed. Knowing that Sin is the only one capable of defeating the Gallu and Dimme, Katra vows to make up for her errors by helping Sin in the upcoming battle.
We know what happens next from here on. The author tells that they have fallen in love sacrificing every need for character development so she could pen some sex scenes. Frankly speaking, it wasn't so much the characters that held my interest, but the revelations that come after. The Gallu, Dimme and Charonte, demons galore! The truth about Katra and the powerful bloodline that she possesses was a welcome surprise.Read more ›
Dark hunter leader Acheron Parthenopaeus (AKA Ach) hates Artemis, too. Boy would he like to kill her--except he's also in love with her and killing her would result in his own death. Still, it bugs him that Artemis orders him around all the time. Hate, Hate, Hate.
Kat thinks of herself as a clever sarcastic person but she acts pretty juvenile--you'd think eleven thousand years or so and she'd grow up a bit. When she meets Sin, she is initially turned off--after all, he doesn't seem to care about people, employs demons, and her mother accused him of rape. But his hot (scarred) body turns her on and he does deny the rape charge. So, time to give up her eleven-thousand years of virginity and engage in some hot sex. Not to mention working with him to save the world--when Sin isn't being all protective.
There really is the core of a great story here, along with some intriguing world-building. I enjoy the way the various pantheons mingle and battle with one another. Author Sherrilyn Kenyon writes hot love scenes and her action scenes aren't bad either. Unfortunately for DEVIL MAY CRY, there are too few of those action scenes and too much time spent with Sin obsessing about all the betrayals in his live (once in eleven thousand years--oh the pity).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read up to book 12 in the dark hunter series. Best books I have ever read. I can't put them down. Something and someone new every time you turn the page.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
I continue to love the series...I have found some problems finding the correct reading order as some characters appear out of sync...but it is a great series.Published 16 days ago by Kindle Customer
Sin, a Sumerian fertility ex-god and now owner of a Vegas casino, but as a Dark-Hunter instead of fighting Daimons, Sin is out saving mankind from Sumerian gallu which are more... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Spring
this is one of my favorite stories in the dark hunter series, the whole series is very good i bought this used and it was in very good shape and arrived on time,Published 3 months ago by de
I've read this one a few times, but it never gets old. In it, you get secrets revealed galore about Ash, Sin, Katra, and Artemis. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tammy L. Sokol
As with all the Dark Hunter books that I have read so far, I enjoyed this one as well. I love this series!Published 4 months ago by Sabrina Mayer
Loved this book!! Devil May Cry has to be one of my Fave's in this series so far.
Sin and Katra are Fantastic together. Read more