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[ Pdf Dark Season (Dark Series, #1-8) ☆ love-story PDF ] by Amy Cross Ë I stopped reading i made half way, but the story lost my interest It was not my story, altough i m really into vampires and things For me it was too predictable, nothing suprised me At one point i thought maybe i m too old but on the other hand i read a lot of YA And i did read Amy Cross before and I liked it.
A Must read for readers who love vampire love stories.
I just want to say that this first series has me hooked I am going to get the next books to finish this series I love how A Cross blends past and present together to make you understand what the prophecy is all about I was really hoping that Patrick would finally say something to Sophie, but I was wrong The author, clearly let s you know that love was felt, though not said in actual words I loved the characters and the storyline I was saddened by the end of this story, but was glad to find out that there were two books to read I have some questions that are left unanswered What happens to the child What did Patrick whisper to Shelley I could go on with questions Guess I ll have to continue reading to find anything out Keep up the great writing A Cross Cheers Another good read from this horror fantasy writer and although I would agree that it needs a thorough edit, it did keep my interest from beginning to end.
I do like how it switches characters and the first person style and also how the to and fro in time reveals the inner workings of the plot little by little, thus making it a suspenseful read.
An interesting cast set within original ideas with themes such as betrayal, loyalty, friendship and love.
Patrick is a particularly intriguing character and although Sophie could be developed far , maybe we will have to wait until the second series These two characters, however, have an prophetic relationship the basis of the story and it will be interesting to find out its outcome, a I have come a long way since I first read book one in the Dark Season Series by Amy Cross Novellas are not something I normally bother with, they are simply too short You get into the groove of a story, get attached to the characters and then all of a sudden it is over Dark Season books one, two and three were like that for me The stories just too short I wanted them to last longer, because they were just that good.
Then I discovered, after reading the first three in the series individually, this Complete First Series, all eight books in one hit Brilliant I devoured the rest of the series in one sitting making the problem of novellas and their too short stories defunct.
To top it off, I have come to realise that Cross is in fact approaching this whole novella thing from an intriguing angle Each novella is considered an episode in something like a TV series When I read this explanation, I stopped reading i made half way, but the story lost my interest It was not my story, altough i m really into vampires and things For me it was too predictable, nothing suprised me At one point i thought maybe i m too old but on the other hand i read a lot of YA And i did read Amy Cross before and I liked it.
A Must read for readers who love vampire love stories.
I just want to say that this first series has me hooked I am going to get the next books to finish this series I love how A Cross blends past and present together to make you understand what the prophecy is all about I was really hoping that Patrick would finally say something to Sophie, but I was wrong The author, clearly let s you know that love was felt, though not said in actual words I loved the characters and the storyline I was saddened by the end of this story, but was glad to find out that there were two books to read I have some questions that are left unanswered What happens to the child What did Patrick whisper to Shelley I could go on with questions Guess I ll have to continue reading to find anything out Keep up the great writing A Cross Cheers Another good read from this horror fantasy writer and although I would agree that it needs a thorough edit, it did keep my interest from beginning to end.
I do like how it switches characters and the first person style and also how the to and fro in time reveals the inner workings of the plot little by little, thus making it a suspenseful read.
An interesting cast set within original ideas with themes such as betrayal, loyalty, friendship and love.
Patrick is a particularly intriguing character and although Sophie could be developed far , maybe we will have to wait until the second series These two characters, however, have an prophetic relationship the basis of the story and it will be interesting to find out its outcome, a I have come a long way since I first read book one in the Dark Season Series by Amy Cross Novellas are not something I normally bother with, they are simply too short You get into the groove of a story, get attached to the characters and then all of a sudden it is over Dark Season books one, two and three were like that for me The stories just too short I wanted them to last longer, because they were just that good.
Then I discovered, after reading the first three in the series individually, this Complete First Series, all eight books in one hit Brilliant I devoured the rest of the series in one sitting making the problem of novellas and their too short stories defunct.
To top it off, I have come to realise that Cross is in fact approaching this whole novella thing from an intriguing angle Each novella is considered an episode in something like a TV series When I read this explanation, Dark Season The Complete First Series by Amy CrossThe Dark Season Series has to be read in the order indicated in the synopsis To do otherwise would leave the reader in confusion This first season launches us into the lives of Sophie and Patrick, heroine and brooding vampire Anticlimactic, it races toward the inevitable fulfilment of a centuries old prophecy The best thing to do is hang on and enjoy the ride This is the sixth novel I ve read, and the third series of novels by Ms Cross I have noticed a recurring theme in the dynamics of the families The mothers are portrayed as uncaring, slovenly drunks The family consists of mother, the heroine and a younger sibling While this isn t the only dynamic in her novels, it is prevalent enough to mak I read the first in this series and it was intriguing then I went and bought the complete series for 2.
99 I wish I had just donated that money to the author to help her find someone who would fix all the mistakes and bad spelling in the book and maybe help her write a story One of the worst books series I think I ve ever read It sucked my big toe For The First Time, The Entire First Series Of Dark Season books Is Available In One Volume Total Word Count Is Over , Words, Approximately To Pages Of A Printed BookWhen Sophie Hart Is Rescued From A Mugging By A Mysterious, Silent Vampire, She Discovers That She Is Part Of A Dark Prophecy Patrick Is The Last Vampire On Earth, Having Killed The Rest Of His Species At The End Of A Bloody War, And He Has Plans For Sophie But Will She Survive This Volume Collects The First Dark Season books, Covering The Entire First Series Along The Way, Sophie Encounters Not Only A Vampire But Also Werewolves, Ghosts, Evil Maids With Sharp Teeth, Crazed Psychiatrists And Dream Sucking Tenderlings She Travels To Gothos, The Ancestral Home Of The Vampires She Discovers A Secret Hidden Inside The Body Of An Old Woman, And Later She Finds Another Dark Secret Hidden Inside Her Own BodyThis Volume Contains All books In The First SeriesBook The Last VampireBook SentinelBook Army Of WolvesBook The Civil DeadBook The Life, Death, Life, Life And Death Of Martin KellerBook GothosBook TestamentBook Dead EndAlso Included In This Collection Is Lupine Howl Volume I, The First Volume In A New Werewolf Series Set In The Same Universe As Dark Season, But With Different CharactersPlease Note This Book Contains Violence, Swearing And Sexual Scenes Also, The End Of The Whole Book Finishes On Something Of A Cliffhanger, Which Will Be Resolved When The Next Dark Season Book Comes Out In July Finally finished it.
Normally it does not take me months to finish a 700 page book but this one did I understand it is a complete series but yikes Transitions are almost non existent in this series In 700 pages you don t get to know the characters All you get is one threat that is dealt with within that specific book and they may or may not be mentioned again in another book This series reads like the rough drafts of books There isn t enough time dedicated to knowing the characters so the tension is a bit hard to believe If the author fills out the characters in Series 2 there is hope.
Intriguing page turner.
I have enjoyed this first installment It is easy to read It time hops which adds an interesting later to the book Each character is developed enough to know their role It is a similar story line to the Twilight series in some ways, but the tale itself is very different Liked it enough to go on to the second book in the series.
InterestingMany characters, several povs and so much death Many unanswered questions Few mistakes Plenty of characters to hate None to really love Meh about reading the second.



I read the first in this series and it was intriguing then I went and bought the complete series for 2.
99 I wish I had just donated that money to the author to help her find someone who would fix all the mistakes and bad spelling in the book and maybe help her write a story One of the worst books series I think I ve ever read It sucked my big toe Dark Season The Complete First Series by Amy CrossThe Dark Season Series has to be read in the order indicated in the synopsis To do otherwise would leave the reader in confusion This first season launches us into the lives of Sophie and Patrick, heroine and brooding vampire Anticlimactic, it races toward the inevitable fulfilment of a centuries old prophecy The best thing to do is hang on and enjoy the ride This is the sixth novel I ve read, and the third series of novels by Ms Cross I have noticed a recurring theme in the dynamics of the families The mothers are portrayed as uncaring, slovenly drunks The family consists of mother, the heroine and a younger sibling While this isn t the only dynamic in her novels, it is prevalent enough to mak Finally finished it.
Normally it does not take me months to finish a 700 page book but this one did I understand it is a complete series but yikes Transitions are almost non existent in this series In 700 pages you don t get to know the characters All you get is one threat that is dealt with within that specific book and they may or may not be mentioned again in another book This series reads like the rough drafts of books There isn t enough time dedicated to knowing the characters so the tension is a bit hard to believe If the author fills out the characters in Series 2 there is hope.
Intriguing page turner.
I have enjoyed this first installment It is easy to read It time hops which adds an interesting later to the book Each character is developed enough to know their role It is a similar story line to the Twilight series in some ways, but the tale itself is very different Liked it enough to go on to the second book in the series.
InterestingMany characters, several povs and so much death Many unanswered questions Few mistakes Plenty of characters to hate None to really love Meh about reading the second.

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