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Una valiente cazadora se enfrenta a una misión muy peligrosa: descender a los infiernos para liberar al dios onírico... Si falla, un mal ancestral se desatará sobre la Tierra. «Cautivadora.» Entertainment Weekly «Adéntrate en el mundo de Kenyon y quédate hasta la última página.» Midwest Book Review --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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  • Broché: 352 pages
  • Editeur : Piatkus Books (3 mai 2012)
  • Collection : Dark-Hunter World
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 074994255X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749942557
  • Dimensions du produit: 12,6 x 2,2 x 19,8 cm
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Sherrilyn Kenyon est né en 1965 à Colombus en Géorgie (USA). Sous son nom réel, elle est l'auteur de diverses séries de romans se rattachant à la fois au roman d'amour anglo-saxon et à la fantasy. Parmi ces séries figure notamment Le Cercle des immortels aux éditions J'ai lu. Elle a également écrit plusieurs essais sous son propre nom. Sous le pseudonyme de Kinley MacGregor, elle est l'auteur de plusieurs séries de romans d'amour historiques.

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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Melodie Thiery sur 2 novembre 2013
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Seth a tellement été torturé et tellement longtemps, qu'on ne peut avoir que de la compassion pour lui, pas de pitié, il n'aime pas ça!
le personnage de Lydia retrouve un peu trop vite l'usage de la parole mais sans ça, pas de communication entre le Gardien et sa "prisonnière", comme souvent l'univers des Dream-Hunter est aussi fascinant que celui des Dark-Hunter!
Pas d'Acheron à nouveau puisque c'est les Dream Hunter mais heureusement qu'on a eu une petite scène bonus à la fin de Retribution pour nous donner des nouvelles et quelle scène avec Artémis qui donne naissance à l'enfant de sa rivale!
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65 internautes sur 70 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Disappointing 7 novembre 2011
Par TigerLily - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
I really wanted to like this book, and in a lot of ways I did, however, the book was reminiscent of all Ms. Kenyon's previous books...tortured hero, nobody ever loved him, and in walks in the only woman who can melt his heart of ice and make him feel whole again. Don't get me wrong, I really love this concept, but SK has written so many like this, it's hard not to compare it to the "greats" like Zarek and Acheron stories.

I read this book so fast, it seemed more like a short story to me, and the end was so rushed it left me dizzy. What happened to Noir? Why was Thorn all of a sudden there to offer assistance? How did the "key" fit into everything? Lydia couldn't remember who Seth was and then she did and then they were all happy and in love. It was strange. Is Ms. Kenyon writing these too fast and not really developing the characters as they should be? I have a feeling she is.

I'm sad to say, but I've given up on SK. She is a good writer and I'll probably buy her books in the future, but I don't expect them to ever be as good as her earlier works :(
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Same old, same old. 5 novembre 2011
Par magickreader - Publié sur
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I agree with a few other reviewers who were extremely disappointed with this book. More sadistic torture on every page, no detail about it left out. Does Ms. Kenyon think her readers crave violence and sadism? So once again we have a plot revolving around a poor, abused from childhood, twisted, bitter lead character who finds redemption through our intrepid heroine who can see past all that snarky sarcasm to his wounded inner child. Seriously? Too many other great authors out there to put up with this. I'm done. On to authors who have more than one plot device and more than one character that gets a new name but is basically the same in every book. And I'm also done with petty, vicious deities who thrive on making mankind's life a living hell. In a real world full of terrorism and chaos, I look for books that will, in the end, be about honor & courage. With over half the book being about disgusting mutilation and beatings, betrayal, etc. we GET it, SK), the good part was way too little, and too late for me. She can go on happily torturing her characters without me, thanks. Too bad. Her early books were great.
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What Has Happened? 26 décembre 2011
Par Chrissy - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
SLK was, for years, not just an auto-buy for me, but my favorite romance author. What in the devil has happened?

This book was more than just a failure living up to her standards. It was BAD. The premise was thin. The plot was identical to nearly all of her books, and was barely there at all. It had nearly no actual movement, and ended with a sort of soft, vague squish. A link in this (digital) edition at the end promised more. Know what? I was so disgusted I had no interest.

I'd also like to say that Kenyon is getting dangerously close to insulting with her magical healing of the spirit/soul/body after violence, torture, and betrayal. There is a naive and casual treatment here-- coupled with borderline schadenfreude-- of those in extreme agony and abuse that is clueless. Willing suspension of disbelief is one thing. Here we are getting the sort of casual titillation as men are tortured that once caused outrage in response to bodice-ripping and rape fantasy. It has to work both ways. Men who are "big, strong beast" material because they survive horrific physical abuse are just as much exploited as women who instantly fall in love after being raped.

WHAT HAPPENED? Where are the laughs, the actual LOGICAL restorations of broken souls? Where is the originality and whimsical voice we all once loved?

Not here... but I really miss the author I used to love.
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The best in a long time 1 novembre 2011
Par Jen - Publié sur
Format: Poche
This book reminded me why I fell in love with Sherrilyn Kenyon. For me, the Dark-Hunter series has kind of lost its way a little bit lately. But The Guardian felt a lot like some of the earlier books that I loved so much. It's technically a Dream Hunter novel, but it brings together many different threads from previous books. We've got many of the Dream Hunter characters we've met before, like Solin, Delphine & Jericho. But our heroine is half Dream Hunter, half Kattagarian... so we've got a healthy dose of Were-Hunter. AND our hero is a slave to Noir, which ties us into the whole Azmodea/ Hellchaser storyline. Plus we get a visit to Sanctuary and a Malachai connection.

If all that sounds intimidating, well, I'll be honest when I say there were times my memory was creaking, trying to remember all the elements from the previous books. But Kenyon does a good job filling in the blanks and bringing you up to speed. And besides, the real draw of this book wasn't all background stuff anyway: our main couple stole the show.

Seth is part Egyptian God, but was cast out by his parents as a child. He has been rejected and betrayed his whole life, and has spent thousands of years as a slave to the primordial god Noir. He has been tortured beyond any point I could convey to you. He's never known love. In short, he is a super-awesome- dreamboat of a tortured hero.

By the bidding of his master, Seth has been torturing the Dream Hunter Solin to get him to reveal the location of the key to Mt Olympus. But then, Solin's daughter Lydia comes to rescue her dad. She becomes Seth's prisoner, while Solin goes to get the key. As his captive, Lydia spends more time with Seth and gets to see the man behind the mask he wears as Noir's Guardian. And she wants to show him all the love he has never known.

I really enjoyed this book alot. Kenyon is sooo good at writing tortured heroes and this reminded me a lot of Dance with the Devil in tone. My only complaint, was that ending felt a little bit rushed. Maybe more than a little bit. But I can forgive it. I really think fans of the series are going to be happy with this one. I definitely was. 4 1/2 stars.

*ARC Provided by St Martin's Press
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SK get some help! 13 mai 2012
Par Jean - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'm begining to resent that I have to speed skim over the tortuous descriptions of mutilation for the first half of her latest books! The hero is still gorgeous and the ending is still satisfying but the charm of her character's relationships are lost behind the depravity! I've read them all and I'm going to miss Acheron but this was my last SK book.!
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