- File Size: 1424 KB
- Print Length: 64 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (August 2, 2011)
- Publication Date: August 2, 2011
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0054LDAZ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,087 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dream Dark: A Beautiful Creatures Story (Dangerous Creatures) Kindle Edition
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The story is now shifting to Link (aka: Linkubus) who has been turned into a hybrid sucubuss and no one really knows what powers hes capable of. However, Link doesnt seem concerned with being a strange creature he is too busy enjoying all the girls (Savanna Snow included) drooling over his new muscular chest & physical changes. The changes dont stop with Link they also show Ridleys change from a dark caster to a mere mortal! Our Ridley is not taking to human life well so she has some tricks up her sleeve to get some of her powers back and get in a whole heep of troubble along the way! Also, last but not least our lovable uncle Macon!!! He's being really quite about what type of creature he has now become after his return from the dead and quite frankly I dont think he even knows.He starts to take Link under his wing and sends him on some pretty scarey tasks to test his abilities & see if he is up to saving the world. You'll get some Lena and Ethan too; they are finally back together and Ethan is happily sad as the end of days approach Gatlin and the eighteenth moon is growing closer. "A broken day awaits the earth"...
These authors never fail to amaze me in the way they make each charachter so lovable right down to their cute little flaws. They are also super talented at weaving a story that keeps your brain thinking and moving and forgetting the world around you! This was the best $1.99 I spent in a LONG time!
I bought this because it was about Link and I am really starting to be intrigued with him as a character and with his on-again/off-again relationship with Ridley; but, this didn't have much in it to satisfy my reader's curiosity. It was disappointing and not worth the little money I spend on it.
The story didn't advance the plot of the series and didn't advance the character of Link. It seemed kind of pointless. The plot: Link is trying to come to grips with turning into a Linkubus and goes on a mission through some underground tunnels. He is joined by a friendly dog and confronts an evil creature. Some of this Link does kind of connect in Beautiful Redemption, the final book, but I still just doesn't see how it really matters for the overall plot.
I'm a little made that I paid for this when it was included in the next book for free! I feel ripped off and cheated and it causes me to respect the authors less. I am a reader first, not a wallet! There should be a note on the 'Book Description'. I hate to be used just for my money. I'm ready for this series to be over. The series never achieved lift-off after the first one.
They take Link to Macon Ravenwood, Lena's uncle she thought had died. Macon helps Link understand the changes that are happening to him and explains the life of an Incubus. He calms Link down when he worries about having to eat blood to survive and what kind of monster he could become. But then Macon gives Link a task. He must deliver a message through the Caster tunnels. What Link finds, though, is that the message was really for him...
This was a really short little blurb that would have been better as a chapter in the next book than a whole "novella" sold separately. I haven't read the next book in the series, so I am not sure how necessary this information will be, but since this is only available as an ebook, I hope they include it in the next book if it is vital to the story. Although I have to say, seeing goofy Link referred to as "Linkubus" was hilarious! Basically, this is just to tide the Caster fans over until October when the new book drops, and won't mean much to anyone who hasn't read the rest of the series.
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