Friday, 27 March 2009

‘Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunter Companion’ – Sherrilyn Kenyon with Aletha Kontis (Piatkus)

Having never read a single one of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s ‘Dark Hunter’ books I wasn’t planning on reviewing the companion book to the series. The fact that it’s a ‘companion book’ suggests to me that I ought to have read at least one of the other books first before looking for further information in this one…

It’s Friday afternoon though and not only am I putting off going to the gym but I also figured that this book was worth highlighting for any fans who haven’t come across it yet.

Here’s the blurb from Amazon…

'Dark-Hunters are immortal warriors who have traded their soul to Artemis for one moment of vengeance on their enemies. In return, they swear to spend eternity protecting mankind from the daimons and vampires that prey on them.' Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter Companion is essential reading for anyone who has recently made that once-in-a-life-time deal with Artemis. Packed with insider knowledge and secrets mankind are rarely privy to, it's also a valuable guide to the Dark-Hunter series for lesser mortals. It includes a Dark-Hunter directory, a handy reference guide to Dark-Hunter and Greek mythology, useful tips on dealing with daimons and squires, lessons in conversational Greek and Atlantean; there's even a section on how to handle unexpected visits from ancient gods...The companion also includes a brand new short story from every Dark-Hunter's favourite writer Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Check out Sherrilyn Kenyon's website over Here.

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