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The Devil's Right Hand (Dante Valentine Series #3)

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  • Posted February 9, 2013

    Scarey! But Surprisingly interesting.

    I chose this one since I am unable to get it through my library. I often read the storys first and then if I really like it I try to purchase the series. I like Saintcrow's books and I have read two of her series. Those I am unable to locate through the library I purchase from B&H. com. or Barnes and Noble. Herbooks are rather for those who both think and like to be scared. Thinking comes first however.

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  • Posted November 23, 2010

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    It's great to see Dante back!

    This was a much better improvement from the second one. (I found Dante to be a little whiny). She still packs a punch with her wit and literally kicks butt in the action scenes. Although she's still emotional at times, and Japhrimel doesn't really help her much (at least it seems like it). I'm glad Dante got back on her feet and is somewhat back to her normal self.

    Like the previous two novels, the action scenes never disappoint me. They're well written and very descriptive and it really does feel as if you're watching a movie instead of reading a book. I still think Dante still needs to develop a bit more. It's like she's stuck in a rut and can't seem to get past the emotional stage of her development. It's developing, but I think it's developing a little too slow. Yet as I mentioned above, I'm glad she's back to her butt kicking ways. She still has some issues to resolve, and hopefully they'll get solved soon to get the plot moving faster.

    The relationship between Dante and Japhrimel seems strained and tense. Although there's a lot of love, there's also a very deep sense of mistrust between the two of them as Japhrimel still hides a lot of secrets. I like them as a couple and they both compliment each other well.

    Plot-wise, the book was good. Although it was slow at first to get into. The action does pick up and some twists were revealed to keep the story interesting. I still feel as if the story is missing something though, but it could be because I just don't like the way Dante's character is developing. The twist in the end was good and I'm looking forward to picking up the next book to read the series further.

    Dante Valentine fans will be happy that she's back to her own self (somewhat) and Japh is still sexy as ever. The action and plot twists will keep us coming back for more. Let's hope with this new twist, the plot will be taken further and will be an enjoyable read like this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2008

    Stating to get a bit whiney

    The Dante Valentine series has not lacked for action so far and this book delivers. It's a bit whiney w/ more stupid, obvious mistakes but still a good read.

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