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A mysterious martial artist known as King , who has taken over the city of Southern Cross, is said to be preparing to invade the fortress.
Raoh sends Reina with Ryuga to investigate upon the matter. Reina and Ryuga reluctantly find a man named Juza of the Clouds , Ryuga's half-brother, in a local bar near the city.
He reveals that their sister, Yuria, Raoh's childhood friend, committed suicide after she learned that King had destroyed neighboring villages to buy her love.
When Ryuga tells a grieved Raoh about this, he decides to leave it alone for the sake of rule. She is ambushed and then captured by Dagale , aide to the leader of the gang.
As it seems that Jadum's army is lessening in numbers, Jadum transforms his body into steel and fights Ryuga and Sakuya head on, but he is shortly defeated afterwards.
While imprisoned, Reina sees Isabella , a female assassin who served Dagale, being tortured to death after having received a scar on her neck from her last mission.
Reina manages to free Isabella and herself and attempt to escape the hideout, but Isabella is momentarily shot with an arrow to her back.
Raoh unexpectedly arrives to rescue Reina and confronts Juda , the leader of the gang, but Raoh decides not to kill Juda and continues on his way.
Souga and a group of men travel across a desert to a village posing as merchants, as to inspect if an army ruled by Pluto has passed by there.
Souga gathers the villagers to interrogate how the flag of Pluto's army ended up in the streets. All of a sudden, a mysterious voice impales Souga in the chest by the now hypnotized villagers, saying that he will now have two months to live.
Souga is forced to leave and inform Raoh about this. Raoh and the others go to the village themselves and attack Pluto's army. While there, Ryuga is also struck in the chest by the unknown voice.
Raoh looks around and sees that a man named Gaiya was responsible for this, as well as for the fact that he has Pluto's army under his spell.
Raoh defeats Gaiya in one blow, causing the army to retreat. Sakuya is seen in the presence of Thouzer the Holy Emperor , but she chooses not to work under him anymore.
Sakuya, accused of betraying Raoh, is sent to prison under suspicion, though she claims she serves Raoh out of love. As Raoh's army begin their raid toward Thouzer's castle, Raoh encounters Hucker and Lirong but easily kills them.
Raoh later holds a meeting with Thouzer, who agrees to back down and let Raoh take the title of the "holy emperor" if he chooses to do so. Most of the characters were written to be very shallow and air-headed, but also very powerful?
This didn't work for me. It again, was unbelievable and childish. The writing was also very simple and rushed. Would I recommend this book? That depends.
I would say this book would be a good option for those who mainly read the romance genre. The quick attraction between the two main characters is very similar to what I have seen in other romance books.
But here in lies the problem: I have not had a good experience with the romance genre ever. I find the genre to be too simple for me, with too much focus on the two love interests, and not enough focus on the actual story.
Because of this, I usually find the actual plot to be very underdeveloped. So yes, if these sorts of things do not bother you, yes I would recommend this book.
If you are looking for a book with thought provoking, believable characters with intricate plots and well developed writing, this is not the book for you.
Jul 23, Elke rated it it was amazing Shelves: five-stars. This is the first book from C. Crawford that I've ever read and I can't wait to read some more!
I usually have a list of things I did or didn't really like in a book, but this time I only have one: there is a character called Gwydion and creatures called gwyllion.
The first time I read about the creatures, my mind was going to the character and I really didn't understand what was going on.
But thats about it really. The story was amazing, I really liked that the characters each had their own This is the first book from C.
The story was amazing, I really liked that the characters each had their own flaws and I can't wait to read more from Lyr and Aenor!
Maybe it was those extra two - or five - males I need in a book to really enjoy it. Big feminist themes and lots of running for your life from fae out to kill you.
The romance was kept in suspense which was good but I dont think its an epic love. Well written and easy to pick up on the world building if you havent read any other series by this author.
Not sure if Ill go back or not yet. I did like it but not sure if theres anything 3. Time will tell. Jul 28, Pineappleapprovedbooks rated it did not like it Shelves: stupid-story , weak-characters.
Characters where terrible - like little kids who in one moment hits another and then five minutes later plays with toys together.
All I want to say is that some things shouldn't be to0 easy to forgive. And I don't mean to be a bitch to a person who made you hit your head against bricks, I mean also two bystanders who just watched and where calling her in degenerative names.
Main hero just later in book was like best friends with them and while still namecalling was included, it felt Oookay!!
Main hero just later in book was like best friends with them and while still namecalling was included, it felt more in an almost friendly way.
So it was then that I decided that main heroine is stupid and lets others off the hook if enaugh time is passed and doesn't even care if they appologies.
Another fragment that made me hit my head against the wall: when she was trown into the prison first time, she was described to wear panties that were too big and where HANGING down and where stinking.
First image in my head is she is wearing a diaper. My mind just shuts down In conclusion - this book is just like other "no deep characters or story" and is just MEAH Jul 25, Lien rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy-paranormal , books-reading-challenge , enemies-to-lovers , 3-stars , reviewed.
I don't know what it was I stayed awake until 4am cause I couldn't stop reading but then the 2nd part somehow fell flat to me.
It was kinda predictable but not in the oh-I-saw-that-coming-way but more like I wasn't really wowed or shocked by the revelations.
The tension between the h and H was good until they did the deed and I found myself suddenly not as invested in them as before.
Idk it was weird. This is probably a it's-not-you-it's-me situation. May 25, Nadia rated it really liked it.
Not bad Easy to read, fast-paced and funny, with a kickass heroine. Lyr on the other hand was a bit meh, with all his secret keeping and perfection in every possible aspect.
Like I wish he was a little bit flawed in some way. Jan 11, Rachel rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in This book was like a car crash: awful, but I couldnt look away.
I wanted to like this. I really tried, but I just couldnt. Honestly, I bought this book and its sequel on a whim.
After reading the synopsis, I wasnt sure what to think, but it sounded interesting enough to give it a try. The major downfall of this book was that the entire plot was super predictable.
So much so that I started guessing what would happen next and mentally gave myself a pat on the back when I was correct in my assumptions.
The characters were unremarkable and bland. She was very childish and immature. Her sarcasm came across as rude and, again, childlike.
What happened to girl power and all that??? Lyr was a typical fae male, brooding and all-powerful. He was just I want to read about characters that inspire me, not ones that make me want to hit my head against a wall.
Another problem with this novel is that there was quite a bit of inner dialogue throughout the book that was unnecessary and repetitive.
I became annoyed with that rather quickly. The setting was nothing spectacular. In fact, I had a hard time imagining the world that Dark King was set in because the physical details were severely lacking.
What a shame. Jul 18, Kayla Wilson rated it it was amazing. The Dark King was a wickedly good read, I honestly couldn't put it down. Aenor is an absolute bad ass and the chemistry between her and Lyr is intoxicating.
Can't wait for book two! Aug 20, Lindsey rated it it was amazing. Brilliant I really enjoyed this book and it will make me read the shadow far series!
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Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. The most curious of the scars is a circular marking centered in the palm of his right hand.
He also often carries a wooden staff topped with a dragonfly. Because his identity is unknown, his presence is always accompanied by a dark and mysterious aura.
He shows himself to be a charismatic leader, having earned the unwavering loyalty of his allies and subordinates and is a remarkable military leader and civilization builder.
He holds a deep-seated hatred toward the human race, which denied his offer of salvation and which also probably killed him , and for this reason he decided to side with all nonhumans as the Ends and other monsters against the humans and anyone who would dare to help them, including the Drifters, the Elves , the Dwarves and the Oct.
His goal is to build a civilization of non-humans that rivals the accomplishments of the civilizations founded by humans, whom he believes to be cruel and oppressive a stark contrast to the thinking of his archenemy Abe no Seimei , who believes in the goodness of humanity and has no intention of starting a war between them and the non-humans.
However, despite this pessimistic view of humanity and the ensuing maltreatment of them on his part such as a mass slaughter of innocents and the abuse of human prisoners , the Black King has at times shown himself to have a good side as well, and is capable of kindness.
The notes tell Thad what activity Stark has been engaging in. Observing his son and daughter, Thad notes that twins share a unique bond.
They can feel each other's pain and at times appear to read the other's mind. Using this as a key to his own situation, he begins to discover the even deeper meaning behind himself and Stark.
Pangborn eventually learns that Thad had an unborn twin brother who was absorbed into Thad in utero and later removed from his brain when the author was a child.
He had suffered from severe headaches and it was originally thought to be a tumor causing them. The neurosurgeon who removed it found the following inside: part of a nostril, some fingernails, some teeth, and a malformed human eye.
This leads to questions about the true nature of Stark, whether he is a malevolent spirit with its own existence, or Thad himself, manifesting an alternate personality.
Thad eventually destroys Stark, but the book ends on an unhappy note.