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Dream Warrior (Dream-Hunter Series #4)

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  • Posted May 9, 2010

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    Not as good as previous novels

    Dream Warrior is the fourth novel in Sherrilyn Kenyon's spin-off from the Dark Hunters, Dream-Hunter series. Dream Warrior is the story of Cratus, now known as Jericho. Cratus was a God before Zeus stripped him of his godhood because he refused to kill a female infant. Now 6,000 years later Zeus is in need of Jericho's help and Jericho is not a happy camper.

    Delphine is the dream warrior assigned to make contact with Jericho and get him to help the good guys out. In this case both the good and the bad guys are after Jericho b/c he is the key to destruction for both sides. Delphine, later figured out, is an important piece to Jericho's life and readers will see the full circle turnabout in this novel.

    The highlights of the story unfortunately are at the end with the introductions of the Dogs of War (Samia's story is out in August) and Nick. It is great seeing the Dark Hunters again and Ash who never seizes to amaze me.

    The problems? With this novel the amount of supporting characters that were thrown in to the story didn't seem to make an impact. This novel almost seemed like one of SK's earlier works as her normal flow and design of the story wasn't present. I could not stay in tune to this book, unless past ones and found myself reading the story, but not really paying attention. It did not grab my attention.

    I would rate this novel with 2 stars out of 5 unfortunately but I look forward to future novels and still love my Dark Hunter men!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2009

    Series Seriously Slipping

    Not enough plot development. Not enough character development. Not enough chemistry between protagonists. Not enough sci-fi to be sci-fi; not enough romance to be romance. This author seems to be just rushing out simply written stories to generally advance the overall "world".

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    Posted May 14, 2012

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