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The Dragon Witch: The Dragon Hunters Paperback – May 20, 2012
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The Dragon Witch takes the cake!!! I am so in love with series. The Godly kind of love, that doesn't see this as a very manly series (though it is), or the fact that it has all these gay aspects (as in homosexual in nature and in no way to be read as a homophobic statement because I am not), or even that it had some editing snags (as in some typos).
I LOVED IT!!! This is the second book in what is planned to be a fairly long series that encompasses the lives of so many different lovable and deplorable characters.
I thoroughly enjoyed the love story in this one (actually love STORIES). I won't say anymore about them because I may include a spoiler.
I only have one complaint. It took me too long to read this because I was busy with three other books. I will not be making that mistake again!!
Also, the main protagonist Victoria was very believable: powerful; being that she's the flesh and blood of the Goddess of all that is Magickal, but not without flaws: her disdain for the god Ares and her lack of patience. In Shevat, I must say that her headstrong attitude worked against her in the battle with Lucifer, despite wielding Hecate's power.
And I would like to admit that I was impressed with the forms that the twins received and all their power. I could've guessed before I read further into the book that Demun would want to rule over the realm that formerly belongs to Desdemona. But I didn't expect Brandon to become the new primordial god of all things dark. That was a curveball. Overall, I give this book five out of five stars for the action and the perfectly bloomed romance between the war god and Victoria.
Just as I mentioned above, this book was chopped full of surprises all the way to the final chapter. Due to the relationship I have formed with some of the characters, I can almost predict what will happen but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I feel that I have come to know all the different personalities consequently guiding me to the finish line of the plot. It’s somewhat comforting. My favorite character of this piece was Victoria. I loved her bite and her fight. Due to the impending war of the Gods commencing in this book, there were a lot of small and large battles being fought and Victoria greatly held her own. I loved the dynamic that she had with Ares and the end result of their connection – it truly was the single thing that ignited my spark to get to the end. The war and tasks delivered by the Gods was the fuel that carried me through as well.
The only issue that I had with this book and it’s more so because I read the first one is that the story can be somewhat repetitive. I believe if this is the first book read in the series for a reader then it wouldn’t stand out as much. For example, some of the conversations, even though it was in the sense of one party convincing another or gaining trust which does take some repetition, got to be exhausting. And the word “cryptic” made me want to punch myself in the face if I saw it again. I kind of got the message in the first read – the Gods don’t give direct answers.
Any who…I digress, I loved this piece for all the great action and sparks of romance and suspense. This author has got the right formula to be great and I can already see movie scenes forming in my mind. I’m ready for the next read.
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