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- Hero of Darkness, Book 4
- Narrated by: Marc Vietor
- Length: 16 hrs and 29 mins
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The price of truth is blood and death
The Sage and The Warmaster. Names whispered by dying lips, the true power controlling the demons hiding among mankind.
And now, the Hunter has climbed the highest mountain peak to put an end to their reign. Facing a secret sect of professional torturers and the descendants of a long-dead race, his skills as an assassin will be put to the ultimate test.
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So repetitive not bad but so repetitive
This book never stops and the action never stops. Learning something new about the hunters passed also never stops either. The only thing I don’t like about this entire series so far is how repetitive it is. He gets captured, he gets tortured, his head is pounding, his head is throbbing, as heads about to explode. That’s the pattern I’m noticing here. After all, it gets very old. Like I said my previous review, I really wish there were characters around him that can next to him. He’ll end up dead and I don’t get to see the point of view of the Diemond. Anyhow, I will continue to Siri since I have three books left to read anyway.
Dark, brutal, and riveting
The author really outdoes himself in the brutality department with the 4th riveting installment in the Hero of Darkness series. The Hunter's attempt to play both sides results in a long and horrific scene that left me emotionally drained. Each book reveals a bit more about the Hunter's past, and this one deepens the mystery of Hailen's origins. Of course, Marc Vietor's narration is perfect as always.
Can't put it down!
I'm so hooked, even at times I can't believe that Hunter can't posdible have the worst luck in getting tortured all the time, I still can't put it down. Ok, so when does he find the illusive woman in his dreams. And please tell me he won't lose anymore of those he's cares about. Alright, I won't tell you what to write, just do so quickly.