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Trained as a slayer and predator, I learned to fit in and stay low. To become a tool for evil. My hesitation cost her her life. Or so I thought. Now I will have to travel kwnyon the very pits of Hades to try and save her, even as everyone around me attempts to steal what little soul I have left.

Yet sometimes the road to redemption is one that singes us to our very oscurox. And if I fail to cazadorse the answers I need to save Phoebe, more than just my wife will die.

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Her Chronicles of Nick and Dark-Hunter series are soon to be major motion pictures. Osfuros will lose the world. Both human and Daimon. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Empieza a leer Stygian en tu Kindle en menos de un minuto. Detalles del producto CD de audio Editor: I’ve been a long time fan of the series.

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I’ve read all the books, and over the past week I re-read Styxx and every book that came after it just so I would be caught up for Urian. I expected it and wanted it to be as good or better than Styxx, so I was expecting a lot of the plot points tackled in past books to be explored and further developed here. Then, the prologue of this book is also a bit of a plot bomb, so after reading the prologue I was ready for a wild ride. Boy, was I wrong. There are many things wrong with this book but I’ll only discuss the 3 that bothered me the most: Stygian was supposed to address and resolve some of the plot-points we’ve been seeing gather in previous book.

Introduced at the end of “Styxx” – Who is Acheron’s father aka Kissare reincarnated? Introduced during “Styxx” and re-introduced at the end of “Dragonsworn” – What are Sarraxyn’s Dragonmark powers? Introduced during “Dragonmark” – Is Tiyana Deveraux alive or trapped in another dimension? Introduced at the end of “Son of No One” The book doesn’t touch a single one of these plot points, and even worse, in trying to reconcile its story with what we know so far, it pops one inconsistency after the other, to the point in which it starts to contradict and sabotage itself by revealing inconsistencies that were actually introduced or addressed earlier in the story.

Stygian is fraught with this little inconsistencies that makes me wonder whether it actually ever went through a proper round of content editing. In a series already confusing because of too much content, it gave me a headache just to try to put everything in place. In this case, I believe it’s even worse than in Dragonmark, because, just like in Acheron and Styxx, this book has 2 arcs: A past arc and a present arc.

The past arc has a lot of character development for Urian, and because of this the fact that the present arc is basically the same old scenes we’ve already seen, the second part of the book suffers in comparison.

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The only part of the second arc that are interesting are the pages where his relationship with Phoebe is explored. Everything else, up until the end, is repeated content.

I was pretty disappointed by this, because I came into this book wanting to see parts of Urian we hadn’t seen before, such as how he adapted to not being a Daimon anymore, how his relationship with Styxx changed from friends to father-son, how he interacted with Styxx and Bethany as his new parents in a household dynamic, how he coped with the fact that Styxx, with whose loss he identified was now happy, and how he reacted to having a new, immortal little brother after having lost all 9 of his siblings.

None of these conflicts were resolved or even addressed during Stygian, in fact, we did not get a single scene that featured an interaction between Styxx, Bethany and Urian as a family.

The only psychological growth we see from the character during the second half of the book is his forgiveness and acceptance of Stryker at the very end. It bothers me that the author wasted so much time on the things that we had already read and didn’t approach any of these topics which now will never be addressed as we are moving into a new story arc. For Stygian, the author wanted to follow the structure that worked so well for “Styxx” by situating a love interest for Urian in the past, get separated for motives not of their doing and having them reconnect in the future.

In fact, it follows almost the exact pattern, down to the fact that both Bethany and Sarraxyn end up turn to stone during the years they are away from Styxx and Urian. The only problem is, while the approach of the secret lover worked with Styxx because we were not that familiar with his characters, we have been following Urian’s story for a while, and as such, such a big secret so big that no one EVER has mentioned it seems ludicrous and unbelievable.

As a result, the book portrays Urian as fickle and lacking depth in the way in which he deals with his relationships. In the past he meets Sarraxyn, and falls in deep, eternal, heartbreaking love with her much like Styxxhe reaches Katoteros in her arms, she gives him the kind of love that will destroy him if lost, the kind of love no one recovers from.

Except that then, of course, he loses it. Oh, poor Urian, we’ll suffer with you, we’ll hurt with you till the end of time Once again, eternal, heartbreaking love not much like Styxxonce again, Katoteros in her arm, with the exact same love words and the exact same feelings. Once again, if he loses his love, this time, this time for sure, he will lose his mind.

Wow, Urian, we are so happy that you managed to move on, after the horrible pain of 2 chapters. But of course, as we know, Phoebe dies too. Poor Urian, poor poor Urian.

We feel his hurt, his sadness, his despair, we see him thread the edge of suicide for 16 long years. With no regrets, grief, or hesitancy after those 16 long years, because hey, love is love right?

Doesn’t matter that it’s 2 different women, he loves them both the same way, so exchanging them willy nilly is surely not that big a deal. Love is always good. Especially when the author has squandered pages of her book and now needs to scurry around to pull a happy ending however ridiculous from out of her sleeve in the remaining 40 pages.

Shertilyn anything like Styxx. I really wanted to like Urian and Sarraxyn, mainly because I like Urian, and I like Sarraxyn, but every time they came together it felt so shallow and fake to me.

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Like the author was bent on getting them together even if it didn’t fit, even if their interactions were awkward and out of sync. And then the author goes and makes Phoebe whose d with Urian actually gets explored in depth and it’s believable the bad guy of the book. Phoebe, who has been Urian’s character flag for 20 books. Who has been the staple by which people recognized the core of Urian’s character. But hey, who cares about more than 10 years of relationship and 16 years of mourning, you osuros a bad guy now!

So boom bara boom, I don’t love you anymore. It read to me like a cheap, lazy exit. Almost cazaores if the author wanted Sarraxyn to be Urian’s HEA but she didn’t want to go through the trouble of actually resolving the 16 years of grief that Urian had carried around and give him and Phoebe the ending they should’ve had.

To be honest, I didn’t oscurps Urian ending with Phoebe. I wanted him to end with Sarraxyn, but the way she did it, just makes me feel like I was cheated out of the story I was promised, and out oscugos the true, deep and heartfelt romance she never delivered. Pretty bummed with what I got. I had been so excited for Urian’s book but it fell far from expectation. We were promised a lot of Styxx and Bethany but got mostly repeat scenes from other books. Really didn’t like the ending. Kenyon spent so ssherrilyn time elaborating on Phoebe and Urian in other book the fact they aren’t back together is disappointing.

The other love interest came out of kenypn blue. Part of Urians past but never mentioned before. Everyone forgiving Stryker without much effort. Not explanation on how Apollo got away from his captivity. Nowhere near the quality of Styxx or Acheron. After previous books had basically copy and paste through 50 percent of the book I was hoping after all the hype that this would be a original.

Sadly it is not. There are close to or more pages that are word for word of Styxx and falycns book.


If you have sorry only the first part is new material. More than half of this is copied word for word from Kiss of the Night and Styxx. So I love all of Sherrilyn Kenyons books, however this felt super long and while the beginning was wonderful I loved learning about Urians past, the second half of the book was very broken up and choppy.

Jumped around so much. She went from loving wife to crazy shrew you didn’t even recognize. It honestly would have been better to leave her out of the story.

Still will read all Sherrilyn’s books But this one wasn’t the best. Gana osuros con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. Kindle Direct Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente. Prime Now Entrega en 1 hora En miles de productos. Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon. Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa.

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