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EBOOK õ Hunter's Death ⚣ Now, at the risk of breaking their Oath, Hunter Gilliam and his huntbrother Stephen must journey to the ancient city once ruled by the Lord of Hell himself a being who again seeks to impose his reign over the mortal lands This novel continues the brilliant fantasy saga begun in Hunter s Oath Solid finish to a duology. 2.5 5 stars I tried to get into the book but I really just skimmed and DNF d about 35% of the way in The writing isn t bad but I just don t care all that much about the characters or world Too much bigotry as well I will still attempt to read the following series, because I do want to I just hope that it s not as dragging as this one. Not bad, but I started this story in her other series in this world House wars and Sun sword and I find her writing in those books to be preferable Sure, it can be a bit stiff at times, but it also haddepth. I enjoyed this muchthan Hunter s Oath, and overall, this story added some important background information to the Essalieyan saga It also added a lotdepth to the confrontation with the demons in House Name The pace picked up significantly in this book, but it still felt a little overwrought This was written years before the House Name series so if you read those books first, you will find that entire sections from City of Night and House Name are incorporated here, which you c I enjoyed this muchthan Hunter s Oath, and overall, this story added some important background information to the Essalieyan saga It also added a lotdepth to the confrontation with the demons in House Name The pace picked up significantly in this book, but it still felt a little overwrought This was written years before the House Name series so if you read those books first, you will find that entire sections from City of Night and House Name are incorporated here, which you can skim through if you don t need the reminder In addition to the huntbrothers and Jewel Markess, we get some additional and very intriguing POVs from Evayne the seer, Kallandras the bard and mage Meralonne APhaniel We also get a sprinkling of perspective from Zareth Khan, a mage from Breodanir and Devon ATerafin, a part of the royal spies as well as The Terafin s advisor A few odds, ends and observations 1 Evayne, Kallandras and Meralonne are way too interesting to be side characters I need to see at least this much of them, if not , in The Sun Sword or I m going to be devastated 2 Given that The Sun Sword series is six books tongue twister lol and The House Wars series is eight, it seems like the Hunter Duology got short shrift I know why it s a separate thing but given the importance of the plotline it seems like it should have been incorporated into TSS 3 It s so interesting that the huntbrothers are the ones who seemingly court their hunter lord s eventual wifesounds like a throuple to me SPOILERS AHEAD view spoiler 4 Going into the book knowing that Stephen dies made for a profoundly weird reading experience And his death is telegraphed so clearly from the first few chapters that I m not sure that reading the Hunter duology first and House Wars second would have changed anything 5 Stephen makes Jewel seem evenchildish in comparison She has a reason to act the way she does but I never knew I could have so much sympathy for a character and still be so irked by them hide spoiler