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Posted August 23, 2013
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Posted August 29, 2012
I loved the first book in this series! I loved the author¿s wit
I loved the first book in this series! I loved the author’s wit and quirky writing, loved the characters and especially loved Mo. Naturally, I was looking forward to reading book two and I wasn’t disappointed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Meeting up with now familiar characters from the first book in this series, was a blast! In “Dawn of the Hunter” the reader also gets to meet bad-ass demon Howie Evil – a last name which suits him perfectly. Howie is mean, favors guns to humans, has an appetite for human souls, is touchy about his ride, and his favorite demon is…well…Howie. Like it or not, Howie grows on you and soon he was one of my absolute favorite characters. I especially enjoyed his and Mo’s sarcastic, confrontational interactions.
Donna once again proved to be a strong, take-charge character who kicks demon butt and who is a pillar of strength for her family. I absolutely adored Mo’s character in the first book because of her spunk and cynicism, and in this book she manages to take it up a notch, especially with Howie now in the picture. Cassie is another new character the reader will either love or hate. She hiccups when in distress, and is the proud owner of Thrasher – the meanest cat this side of hell.
I enjoyed the story, the plot twists, the action, the in-your-face humor, and getting to be part of these characters’ lives again, I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
Posted August 2, 2012
Dawn of the Hunter- Book two in the Midnight Hunter Trilogy I w
Dawn of the Hunter- Book two in the Midnight Hunter TrilogyWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I was not very impressed with this second story, it seemed that alot of things just didn't add up. I believe the story line was good but it was missing too much to fill it out. I still don't like Hunter or Donna, but still love Mo and Howie. There was alot of little things that made this book not great in my opinion. Alot of people may not see it or over look them but to me it's very important, for instance Lucinda's growth but yet her grandfather sees none of this, or she is still sleeping in a basinet? The fighting scenes were not really impressive and was hard to imagine. The parts where Jacqueline was involved just threw me, is Donna really that pathetic? I could go on about her but like I said I really don't like her at all. The war was not any kind of war at all, it was a small little fight that was quickly over and ended just to easily. I know that alot more details could have went into this and wish it had. I still enjoyed it cause I like to read between the lines and see what could have been written in there. I know sometimes authors have to cut things and I trully hate that! So with that all being said, I am still glad to have had the chance to read this and will gladly read the final story. I again just believe that this story had alot more potential but was not put into it for whatever reason.
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Posted September 8, 2013
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