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Time Untime (Dark-Hunter Novels) Mass Market Paperback – March 26, 2013
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From the Back Cover
#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon returns to the breathtaking world of the Dark-Hunters―one in which an ancient prophecy is finally coming to life.
For as long as she has lived, Kateri Avani has been plagued with dreams she doesn't understand. Images of places she's never been and of a man she's never met. In spite of her background, she refuses to believe in anything supernatural. But it's hard to deny something when it comes and kicks in your front door, and brings you face to face with the warrior who has haunted you your entire life…
"[A] publishing phenomenon…[Sherrilyn Kenyon is] the reigning queen of the wildly successful paranormal scene."―Publishers Weekly
Ren Waya came back from the dead to help prevent a devastating prophecy from coming true―and to fight an evil that once possessed him. An evil that's blood related…Now, the last thing he wants is to be responsible for someone else. Ever. Even if he doesn't make sure Kateri fulfills her role, time itself will come undone. Still, it's hard to help someone when you know she is either the key to your ultimate salvation...or your utter destruction.
Top Customer Reviews
Some of the problems I had with Retribution did pop up again here. But not all of them. The Native American mythology is central to the story, but the familiar Greek pantheon is woven in. Add to that a healthy dose of familiar favorites, like Acheron, Nick, Uriel, Sundown and Sasha, and it made it much more palatable.
The hero of the story is Ren, who we got to know during Sundown's book. He is one of those trademark Kenyon tortured heroes. Descended from a goddess and thrust into the care of the father who never wanted him, Ren was an outcast among his people. He was ridiculed and ostracized for his lineage, his stutter, and anything else that made him different. His back story was very reminiscent of Acheron's. The degree of torture was nowhere near the same, but they were both rejected for the circumstances of their birth, while their over-entitled brothers were groomed as princes.
When a woman finally showed Ren some attention, she turned out to be an agent for evil, leading him down the wrong path. He made Bad Choices and while possessed by The Grizzly Spirit, he was an evil and deadly weapon. Now, thousands of years later, he is still trying to right the wrongs of his past.Read more ›
I understand that a lot of this is part of Sherri's heritage, and thus dear to her heart. But I'm afraid she failed in her efforts to bring it into my heart the way her previous books did.
I look forward to reading Styxx book next year, that sounds more in line with what we are used to reading. And just when do we get back to Noir, or Savitar for that matter?
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