Darkness Unchained MOBI á Ebook

Darkness Unchained MOBI á Ebook It s too bad the word possession doesn t have fewer syllables Why, you ask It s because I kept wanting to sing the lyrics to Old MacDonald by replacing the animal sounds with the word possession i.e a possession here and a possession there, here a possession, there a possessionbut it doesn t fit Too many letters and some other nonsense.A LOT OF DAMN PEOPLE WERE POSSESSED Call in the exorcist, stat.Weird times, people Weird times.I m not sure how much I actually liked Darkness Unchaine It s too bad the word possession doesn t have fewer syllables Why, you ask It s because I kept wanting to sing the lyrics to Old MacDonald by replacing the animal sounds with the word possession i.e a possession here and a possession there, here a possession, there a possessionbut it doesn t fit Too many letters and some other nonsense.A LOT OF DAMN PEOPLE WERE POSSESSED Call in the exorcist, stat.Weird times, people Weird times.I m not sure how much I actually liked Darkness Unchained but I ll give bonus points for the South African touches The story, setting and characters were some of the most unique I d read in a while The mystery surrounding Uther and all his nonsense should have been expanded upon This is one instance where a shorter story didn t fully work for me because I never attached to the female lead, making the intensity with Uther and then later another character not as appealing as it could have been.But the story wasn t a bad read, if a bit odd I could think of worse ways to waste an afternoon Great bookI highly recommend this series by Jane Godman I love the gothic setting of the story and the best ending to a story. 4.5 stars Loved the unique setting and story in this one A very engaging read This is the third book in Jane Godman s Jago Legacy Series, a series I ve really enjoyed Godman has stayed true to the gothic tradition while bringing a fresh approach with her strong female leads And Annie, the heroine in this book, doesn t disappoint She is a tough talking South African with a temper Having read a few extracts prior to this book s publication, I was intrigued at the idea of Uther Jago coming back And quite excited Uther is one of the hottest characters I ve come across This is the third book in Jane Godman s Jago Legacy Series, a series I ve really enjoyed Godman has stayed true to the gothic tradition while bringing a fresh approach with her strong female leads And Annie, the heroine in this book, doesn t disappoint She is a tough talking South African with a temper Having read a few extracts prior to this book s publication, I was intrigued at the idea of Uther Jago coming back And quite excited Uther is one of the hottest characters I ve come across in a long time.This was a great book, which is what I ve come to expect from this author Her story telling is excellent, use of language is truly gothic in its poetic description and mood swings from dark to light and there are plenty of twists and turns The setting was beautiful as always and, as the scene switched to South Africa, it became quite breath taking I really did feel transported.All in all, this was a great way to end an enjoyable series It s sad to say goodbye to those kooky Jagos, but I m looking forward to readingof Jane Godman s gothics Enjoyed This was definately a unique story I have to saythat I was really taken by the numerous storylines that were unfolding and just how manny of them were unfolding However, I just thought the pacing of the story was a bit slow, I thought so much time and page space was spent on describing the landscape and those dreams, that very little was spent on the development of the story However, I did like the story, and I think that it really was a good one for this kind of anthology. , Cornwall, England Could the maddest, baddest, sexiest Jago of them all really be back Growing up in the shadows of the Drakensberg mountains, ever since she can remember, Annie van der Merwe has envisioned a golden eyed man she calls Uther Now, half way across the world, in a beautiful cliff top mansion known as Tenebris, Annie comes face to face with the embodiment of her visions Torn body and soul between mesmerising nobleman Uther Jago and his brooding brother Nicca, headstrong Annie must face the awful legacy of the Jagos Lust, betrayal and a darkness older than time await her if she remains within the encircling walls of Tenebris Only in sultry South Africa can Annie hope to conquer the darkness borne in blood and bone that threatens to destroy them all But once the Jago darkness has been unleashed, can it ever be vanquished It took me a wee while to get into this tale but once I did, it really took hold.

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