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Saint City Sinners (Dante Valentine Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    Couldn't Finish it.

    I've read the previous 3 books in the series and enjoyed them for the most part, but this one I couldn't make it through. I kept cringing with Dante's choices thinking how all this could just be avoided with a little communication. I suppose that's part of her issues though. I'll pick it back up I'm sure but for now my rating is only 2/5 for the series going downhill imho.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2008


    How many stupid mistakes can Dante make, let me count the ways...... Although this book was a bit annoying at times, it still has plenty of action and will not put you to sleep. Japh is always a pleasure and Dante doesn't know which way is up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2008

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    The fourth book in Dante Valentine's series and my least favorite. Don't get me wrong, the first three books of this series are just great.. but there is something missing about this one. Dante, the heroine who used to be a strong, independent character but, sadly, turns out to be whiny, self center and very obsessive in this book. I found myself skimming through the book several times especially parts where the heroine was talking to herself... Good point about this book, the plot and the storyline itself is still interesting and still be able to keep you going until the end (even with the annoying heroine). Saintcrow also did a great job in painting all the secondary characters who, often, turn out to be the ones driving the story forward (which supposed to be a job of the main character..but never happened in this book.) and you wish you could read more about them. The world of Saincrow's Psion is still imaginative and very fascinating nonetheless which is the strongest point and the main reason why this series is just so great in my opinion. The hero, a fallen demon, Japhrimel, is a complicated yet very interesting ..and so far, my most favorite character from the series. Although this book is catagorized as an unban fantasy, there's still enough romance here and there to make your heart flutter and satisfy some female readers (just like me.) If you've never read this series before, I highly recommend you to read the first three books before starting this one...otherwise you will definitely get lost somewhere in the first few chapters. Although, by far, this book is the weakest link in this series, you cannot skip this one and go straight to the last book ... because, you will be missing a large chunk of story/ information. So if you're Dante Velentine's fan (just like me), you have no choice but to pick this book up and force yourself to go through it while hoping that the next and final book of the series will be much much better.

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