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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See chriwtine Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Feeahn. La perspectiva de una noche eterna es aterradora Published January by Books4Pocket first published April 1st San Francisco, California United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about El Oro Oscuroplease sign up. Can these books be read out of order, as in, do they work if you read just one of them, and not the whole series, in reading order? Because I just happened to pick this one up, not realizing it was a series, and I don’t know how committed I am to finding. Lori Howe They are stand alone, but there are also parts that won’t make a lot of sense if you haven’t read previous ones.
It’s definitely worth the effort to …more They are stand alone, but there are also parts that won’t make a lot of sense osckro you haven’t read previous ones. It’s definitely worth the effort to get the whole series, in my opinion. Before buying the series – paperback and audio, I went to paperbackswap. At this point maybe I should be committed Or 1 question about El Oro Oscuro…. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I wanted to clarify my previous poor review. I had too many problems with this book.
First, the author immediately throws me out of the story by jumping between Point of Views in the same scene. Second, she never really engages me with any of the characters, because they are the same damn characters from every “Dark” novel — overprotective “alpha” male and gentle, compassionate woman.
Plus, though the women are always portrayed as being independent, they are only independent as much as their male I wanted to clarify my previous poor review. Plus, though the women are always portrayed as being independent, they are only independent as much as their male lets them be. Instead of, you know, getting to know one another or even going out on a date. And, of course, her resistance looks stupid, since he’s really rich and takes care of her and her poor orphan brother when before they lived in the slums of San Fransisco.
I kept reading in the hopes of a decent sex scene at least. However, that went on to disappoint. I just don’t find drinking blood erotic, and I don’t find total independence on one’s lover appealing. And the inappropriate use of the word “creamy. View all 5 comments. I’m sorry but you oscur out. There is no free will, no choice whatsoever.
On the contrary, to me they oacuro weak and made weaker by the story. My definition of them would be “doormats”. They are forced in to an ork marriage to save a man. He is always right. And at the end of the story she is nothing outside him. Moreover, this third installment was: The story dragged on and on. View all 15 comments. The writing style is horrible and extremely boring; the repetition gets to a point where I know what to expect before I even read it.
I will try to state few things that I hated most in a neutral way or it will be just an angry review, even though I am angry I have wasted my time on this book that I had to finish just because I started. For example she described Aidan eyes the first time and that was an ok description, then later she repeats the same description using the same WORDS again and again almost in every paragraph.
You want to be creative, bring a new idea different than drinking blood from the neck. Well let me tell you this. But feeding from the breast area and creating this disturbing image like a mother is feeding her baby. I have no words to say to that but the writer own words “Shh, Aidan.
Take what you need to do this thing, to get Joshua back. You have need yourself. Sometimes oscuri classic is the way to go. I so hate this so much it can kill me! Once or twice you remind us that he is strong and handsome with muscles were more than enough. He never once in the book walked he ether glide easily towards the kitchen or floated up the stairs. What kind of image can I form with a character that moves like a ghost!
They all talk using the same structure, where they not?! Do you not agree? You are not afraid, are you? You caught up with orl vampire, didn’t you? I think I have made my point; all the questions are the same exact structure. Because one, the repetition mentioned above.
Every not was spelled, every had been, have been, is not, do not… etc Why would you do that even in a conversation? No one speaks like that. You were trying to write more words, were you not?
And I will never buy or read another book by this writer, shame I bought dark magic along with dark gold I thought the idea and concept were good. But with this bad writing I can never read another book like this one. This was my first Feehan book, and it will probably be my last. The plot was boring, I didn’t like the characters, and teehan writing was laughably bad.
Even that felt like a waste of my time. It never got any better.
Note before the review: I read the first 8ish books when I was a teenager and then read them when they came out up until Dark Predator 20ish? I loved the first 8ish or so books and really did get behind many of christije relationships. It was pure escapism: I thought the male characters were just being protective and Unhealthy Relationship Nu.
I thought the male characters were just being protective and the females really should stop whining about the situation and let the males protect and love them I am a female myself, btw. Recently, I happened to notice the release of the latest book in the series and was absolutely shocked that she was STILL writing them!
On the spur of the moment, as an adult now in my mid 20s, I decided to reread this series whilst reading the new books also to see if the beginning of the series was as awesome and as romantic as I remembered.
General Thoughts Before the Spoiler Section: The main issue I had whilst re-reading the books was the fact that the males are not just protective over the females.
The women are barely allowed to think for themselves. The irony is that the males claim that their lifemates the women are their other halves and that they have such power over them because of this – a complete lie!
I’m not an extreme feminist – I believe in an equal relationship where no one person has control of the other. I can’t help but feel a little disgusted. Don’t get me wrong, there’s no harm in escapism – where you can immerse yourself in a book and forget your worries for a oscurro.
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It is a very negative and dangerous message to portray and I can’t help but highlight this! Sure, this book isn’t as bad as Dark Desire, where the male protagonist constantly abuses physically, emotionally and mentally chrixtine female protagonist, but it’s clearly not a healthy relationship either!
The Review contains spoilers: The story begins with the female protagonist, Alex, getting ready to go to a job interview with a man who designs vampire games really?!
With creaking kneecaps, Henry sat down beside him. Was it wrong to leave Joshua with just this worn-out, arthriticold man to look after him?
Alex then goes to a restaurant why???? Alexandria was suddenly aware of the brush of Thomas Ivan’s fingers against hers, aware of the strength in his arms, the width of his shoulders, the handsome angularity of his features. Her heart jumped hopefully. Was she actually responding to someone physically?