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Dream Chaser (Dream-Hunter Novels Book 3) by [Kenyon, Sherrilyn]
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PRAISE FOR SHERRILYN KENYON

"Kenyon is the reigning queen of the vampire novel."--Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly

“An engaging read.”—Entertainment Weekly on Devil May Cry

“Kenyon’s writing is brisk, ironic, sexy, and relentlessly imaginative. These are not your mother’s vampire novels.”—The Boston Globe on Dark Side of the Moon

 

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"* 'This series puts a contemporary spin on classical mythology that an increasing number of fans have found irresistible' - Publishers Weekly * 'Kenyon's writing is brisk, ironic, sexy, and relentlessly imaginative. These are not your mother's vampire novels' - The Boston Globe"

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  • File Size: 650 KB
  • Print Length: 380 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1st edition (February 5, 2008)
  • Publication Date: February 5, 2008
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000UZPHIU
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With Dream Chaser, Kenyon is back to doing what she did so well in the earlier Dark Hunter books, Xypher is a dark and tormented character who stirs your sympathy and Simone is a heroine you truly believe can bring him redemption.

Xypher half demon half god former Skotos has been damned to Tartarus and been left to suffer thousands of years of torture because he dared to love and chose the wrong woman. Now he has been given thirty days in the human world and a shot at full pardon if he can accomplish something good, but Xypher knows exactly what he wants to accomplish in his free month and good has nothing to do with it. He is filled with centuries of rage and plans to wreck vengeance on the one responsible for his suffering before returning to eternal torture. Aware of the danger Skatara, the object of Xypher's wrath, sets out to destroy him permanently, sending an assassin with immortality nullifying magical cuffs. The assassin fails his first attempt but Xypher ends up magically linked to human Simone unable to be more than a few feet apart from each other with out the cuffs spell killing them both, and the cuff's powers also ensure that if Simone is killed Xypher will die. Simone is psychic, she sees ghosts, and as medical examiner for New Orleans she is not totally unaware of the `bump in the night' world of Xypher's hunters. But Simone is much more than she seems and her experiences and life view make it possible to see past Xypher's rage to something more vulnerable. So while Simone's mortality is what makes it possible to kill the immortal Xypher, it just may be that Simone's innate kindness, humor and humanity will be the key to his redemption.
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If you have read DEVIL MAY CRY you have some idea who Xypher is, if not, he is a Phobatory Skotos, one of the Dream Gods, who brings nightmares and eats the dreams of humans for emotion. Zeus has condemned them to have no emotions. Xypher was sentenced to Tartarus for his misdeeds. In DEVIL MAY CRY he helped Sin defeat the dimme demons and for that he was promised a month on earth to redeem himself by doing a good deed.

Xypher didn't think Hades would abide by the bargain but now he finds himself on Earth. He is given only his clothes and strength and memories. He has been living on the streets, finding food where ever he can and sleepiing standing up. But the only thing he wants is to find a way into Kalosis so he can destroy the one who betrayed him and left him in hell.

Simone Dubois is a medical examiner with Tulane, she is a contemporay of Tate who is the medical examiner for New Orleans. Tate is also a squire for the Dark Hunters, he has seen many things that others would not believe, only Simone knows about all the other supernaturals that populate our world. She has the ability to see and talk to ghosts. As a matter of fact a ghost lives with her. She helps Tate when he needs it.

When a body gets up off the examining table and walks out, Tate calls Simone. She goes with Tate to look at the scene of the crime. The woman's throat was torn out. While there they are attacked by daimons, Xypher is trying to force the daimons to open a portal to Kalosis, where Satara has gone to hide from him. He saves Simone but Satara has a plan, she will use Atlantian braclets to kill Xypher, by putting the bracelets on him and Simone if she dies he dies. His brother is a demon and he is the one sent to kill her after the spathi daimons chain them togather.
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I had waited anxiously for Xypher's story but was worried because the first two Dream-Hunter books were disappointing. But Sherrilyn Kenyon did a wonderful job with Dream Chaser. I just couldn't put it down. Many of my favorite characters made an appearance in this book and several new ones were introduced. I enjoy the world that Sherrilyn Kenyon has created and how she has weaved all these characters into it. It may not always work perfectly but this time, it did. Got to admit, I can't wait for Acheron's book and there is a sneak peek at the end of Dream Chaser.
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I was so relieved to see some positive reviews of this book as the last couple (Dream Hunter, Upon a Midnight Clear, Devil May Cry) were not-so-stellar, that I immediately ran out and bought this book. I was not disappointed.

Though I have to disagree with some reviewers that say Sherri is back to her old form, I can say that she is definitely moving in the right direction. Let me begin by saying: If you have not read at least Devil May Cry before picking up this book, don't even try to follow along. Dream Chaser features Xypher, the tortured Skoti brought in during Devil May Cry. Xypher is the son of a gallu demon and Phebos, the Greek god of nightmares, and he has spent centuries in Tartarus, tortured for taking the blame behind a woman's crimes. For his good deeds, he is given one month to live as a human - with limited powers. If he can regain his humanity in that time, he will be freed from Hades' clutches. Instead of seeking this out, however, Xypher is firm that if he's going back to hell, so is the woman who damned him. That woman, being of course, Satara, Artemis's handmaiden and sister of Stryker, the Daimon leader. Satara appeals to her brother for help and he produces gold bands, which are actually an Atlantean weapon against the gods. They link two beings together, usually one god and one weak human, and then the two united beings cannot separate at risk of being killed. Oh, and if one is killed, the other dies, too.

Enter Simone Dubois, ME professor at Tulane and attractant for all manner of weird things, ie a teenage ghost stuck in the '80s. As she and Xypher are linked, she struggles to see past his rage and bitterness to the hurt man beneath, and begins to restore a part of Xypher that he'd thought long dead: his heart.
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