Dark Queen

Dark Queen

Book - 2018
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Jane Yellowrock is a shapeshifting skinwalker, and as the chief enforcer for the Master of the city of New Orleans, she's the woman that rogue vampires fear most. But now a blood challenge has been issued to Leo by the ancient emperor of vampires, and Jane must stand and fight.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Ace,, 2018
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781101991428
Branch Call Number: FAN F HUN
Characteristics: x, 422 pages ; 18 cm

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terilee
May 05, 2018

This is a review for both the audio version and the print version of Dark Queen by Faith Hunter.

Khristine Hvam does her usual stunning job bringing to life the characters in Dark Queen. Great narration.

That's the easy part of the review. The hard part is writing a review without out spoilers. Many story arcs come together so going into detail will ruin the surprise as the plot twists and turns. Faith Hunter is great at providing series background so a new reader can pick up any book in the series, and not get lost. Dark Queen will be enjoyed more after reading earlier books in the series.

Jane is off balance in the first part of the book, dealing with friends, family and old enemies and trying to master her evolving magic. There are new threats to the Vampires of NOLA, and to the witches she has sworn to protect.

The long anticipated arrival of the European vampires, and the Blood Duel take make up the second half of the book, and many of the chess moves Leo has made over the centuries finally become apparent.

Overall this is a great book, a wild ride, and the ending a major surprise.

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terilee
May 05, 2018

This is a review for both the audio version and the print version of Dark Queen by Faith Hunter.

Khristine Hvam does her usual stunning job bringing to life the characters in Dark Queen. Great narration.

That's the easy part of the review. The hard part is writing a review without out spoilers. Many story arcs come together so going into detail will ruin the surprise as the plot twists and turns. Faith Hunter is great at providing series background so a new reader can pick up any book in the series, and not get lost. Dark Queen will be enjoyed more after reading earlier books in the series.

Jane is off balance in the first part of the book, dealing with friends, family and old enemies and trying to master her evolving magic. There are new threats to the Vampires of NOLA, and to the witches she has sworn to protect.

The long anticipated arrival of the European vampires, and the Blood Duel take make up the second half of the book, and many of the chess moves Leo has made over the centuries finally become apparent.

Overall this is a great book, a wild ride, and the ending a major surprise.

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