Vigilante of Shadows (Scarlet Rain Series, Book 1)

Vigilante of Shadows (Scarlet Rain Series, Book 1)

by Miranda Stork

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BN ID: 2940046311846
Publisher: Isara Press
Publication date: 08/01/2014
Series: Scarlet Rain , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 205,652
File size: 723 KB

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Vigilante Of Shadows 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
TheWriteBrothers More than 1 year ago
Excellent start to a series! Can't wait to get the second book! Aodhan, the shadow-demon is an intense character, and the plot and setting was perfect for a paranormal read! I highly recommend this book if you like paranormal thrillers!
DariaJ More than 1 year ago
While reading this book I found the scottish dialect a bit problematic. Partly because Aodhan lines are literaly written as it sounds in real life, and also because the phraseology's is a bit forreign since english isn't my first language. When I read I get into what I'd call 'narrator-mode' wich, for me, sets the mood for the entire book. So if Aodhan speaks with his wonderful accent and I can not understand his way of talking by reading, then I've got a bit of a problem. When I'm reading I need the characters voices to sound right in my head. So when I read it I had some issues understanding. But that was solved by also reading the audiobook. When the author describes the scenery and atmosphere elequent vocabulary, I become engulfed in the story of Aodhan and Arianwen. Depiction of scenery and interactions are vived and I was entralled and couldn't stop reading. The book has a good story line and it's clear that author knows how to let the tention rise as well as letting it taper off. And if a book can captivate me to that extent then it's a book worth reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slpa2005 More than 1 year ago
I received this book to review from the author. I had a very difficult time getting into the story. The biggest hurdles for me were: 1. The main character is a homicide cop but in no way thought or acted like one. I couldn't even like her when I pretended she wasn't a cop. There was just no substance there.  2. The police work in the story was completely implausible. (For instance: They find two hairs embedded in a hillside, one being from a person noted as having short black hair. Not even remotely possible.)  3. There were many typos in the book that distracted from the reading. I can get past one or two, but after a few it is beyond annoying.  I had many more issues with this story, to the point that I almost cried when I realized, very close to the end, that this is going to be a series. That seems to be the thing now, to turn every book into a trilogy. How about if authors start making single books that have detail, strong characters and gripping storylines instead of three (or more) books that are just meh on all levels?  Just a thought.