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Bloodhunt (Sentinel Wars Series #5)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

An Addicting World...A Decent Story

Because the series itself is so captivating, I had very high expectations for this fifth installment. The main character (Logan) possessed an alluringly unique perspective from Ms. Butcher's previous four heroes that I absolutely craved to understand "this other race"....
Because the series itself is so captivating, I had very high expectations for this fifth installment. The main character (Logan) possessed an alluringly unique perspective from Ms. Butcher's previous four heroes that I absolutely craved to understand "this other race". Ms. Butcher pleasantly delivered in this regard (as best she could at this point in the series).

I tend to enjoy books that are emotionally-charged, yet possess a clean, crisp plot with high-stakes intrigue. This book contained all those ingredients but, sadly, bordered on the convoluted. Interwoven within the main plot nestled a plethora of subplots all "gearing up" that if you (the reader) aren't familiar with the history of these characters would have been lost. I, who have followed the series from it's inception, merely held on. I understood that groundwork was being laid for future stories, but it was overwhelming. At times, I "popped out" of the story because of some break in the main plot, and I, as a reader, don't like that at all.

This series is fantastic in concept; the characters amazingly tormented yet inherently strong. I FEEL for them all, and that's why this series siphons me back. But this book did not match the caliber of Ms. Butcher's previous four. The writing style is top-notch, the outer threads of the story lines, however, were just a tad bit too....much.

posted by story-addict on August 6, 2011

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Good series

Another good book of the series. You can see who future books will be about and that is good to read.

posted by 9453332 on August 25, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2011

    Nice Switch

    This was a great switch in the series. It was nice to see Logan as a hero, and not a villian.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 10, 2011

    So much going on...

    Books dont come out fast enough! There are so many couples/questions to answer. Its a bit frustrating. Good book 4 stars.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 18, 2011

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    a great urban fantasy

    She arrived out of nowhere naked in body and mind. Sister Olive took in Hope Serrien who, though she still lacks her memory of her past, now helps the homeless starting with reading auras.

    Hope searches for a missing woman. However, in Kansas City, Missouri, her quest is interrupted when she steps into the middle of a Synestrian demon attack; her blood saves Logan Athar the Sanguinar demon fighter. However, as she rescued his body, she ruins his well being because he wants her as his but she can never belong to him. She has no time to adapt to the paranormal as Krag the Synestrian lord wants to drain Hope while Logan vows to protect her. Krag captures the pair whose love for each other is their only hope for escape.

    The fifth Sentinel Wars (see Living Nightmare and Running Scared) is a great urban fantasy starring the enigmatic Logan and the woman who saves his life. Loaded with action and with a deeper understanding of the war between the Synestrian and the Sanguinar, Shannon K. Butcher moves forward the overarching theme but also provides an engaging romance that enhances the paranormal story line. Although newcomers will have some problems diving into the world of Ms. Butcher without reading the previous entries, fans of the saga will appreciate this powerful tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2012

    Hope this series doesn't end too soon!

    Great writing skills! A knuckle biter! Fantastic! Couldn't put it down once I started.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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