Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Dark Curse by Isaiyan Morrison (Deamhan Chronicles #2)

Dark Curse
by Isaiyan Morrison

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Deamhan Chronicles - Book 2
Publication Date: August 12, 2014
Publisher: Isaiyan Morrison
Genre: Adult supernatural
Print Length: 203 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

 
The massacre at the Gathering has left Deamhan shaken to their core. With their leader,Kei, ousted and on the run, the once feared and Ancient Lugat, Lucius, goes on a killing spree to wipe out the remaining traitors in the city of Minneapolis.

Meanwhile The Brotherhood's return along with the growing population of vampires riles up the remaining Deamhan who chose to stay behind rather than abandon the city.

The body count continues to rise signaling to humans and Deamhan that something malicious is on the horizon. All with have to chose a side. Either allow Lucius to free the Pure Ones--the first living Deamhan from Limbo--or take him out and cripple their already fragile presence in the city.

Dark Curse picks up where Deamhan ends. It's the second book in the Deamhan Chronicles.
Dark Curse by Isaiyan Morrison 

Dark Curse (Deamhan Chronicles #2)Who could know Minneapolis would be a hot bed of darkness, evil and massacre? Taking over where Deamhan left off, Dark Curse by Isaiyan Morrison continues the nightmare that is the world of the deamhan as one former leader is on the lam and another will stop at nothing to root out those that would betray their kind and end the spread of their poison. The Brotherhood is back, the vampire population is growing and the effort to free the ancient “Pure Ones” from Limbo will cause all to choose sides, as brother fights brother for survival. Welcome back to the fierce world of the deamhan and their brethren, enemies and chaos as we have never known it.

Who is right? Who can be trusted and who will die? Once again, Isaiyan Morrison plunges us headlong into her dark and dangerous world, as we land on the battlefield of the warriors who will determine the fate of the world. What is the best side? Who is less evil? Who is being sincere in their efforts to bring reason to the nightmare of life now? Who stands to benefit the most? These are just the tip of the iceberg of questions that will arise as; once again, Ms. Morrison slams home another electric read filled with layer upon layer of intrigue and a cast of characters that looks like the Minneapolis phone directory. Sound confusing, overwhelming and a little frightening? Not to worry, there is not a single wasted word, scene or character, without them all; the magnitude of this powerful read would be lost.

Dark fantasy for those who love white-knuckling through a taut and well-written tale. Highly recommended, I think Isaiyan Morrison’s writing is like a bold and earthy wine, it improves with each page.

I received this copy from the author in exchange for my honest review.




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