A Dark-Hunter NovelDark-Hunter Novels (Volume 20)
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon brings us back to the astonishing world of the Dark-Hunters in Dragonmark, where man and mythology collide. . .
Centuries ago, Illarion was betrayed—a dragon made human against his will, then forced to serve humanity as a dragonmount in their army, and to fight for them in barbaric wars, even while he hated everything about them. Enslaved and separated from everyone he knew and from his own dragon brothers, he was forced into exile in a fey realm where he lost the only thing he ever really loved.
Now Illarion has a chance to regain what’s been lost—to have the one thing he covets most. But only if he gives up his brothers and forsakes the oaths he holds most dear. Yet what terrifies him most isn’t the cost his happiness might incur, it’s the fact that there is just enough human in his dragon’s heart that he might actually be willing to pay it and betray everything and everyone—to see the entire world burn...
St. George’s Day, 619
“If you could piss away stupid, I daresay the majority of the candidates today might actually stand a chance against you.”
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Praise for Dragonmark
[A] publishing phenomenon . . . [Sherrilyn Kenyon is] the reigning queen of the wildly successful paranormal scene . . . Just one example of arguably the most in-demand and prolific authors in America these days. —Publishers Weekly
Kenyon's writing is brisk, ironic and relentless imaginative. These are not your mother's vampire novels —Boston Globe
[An] engaging read. —Entertainment Weekly
“A fascinating ride.” – Readerto Reader on Dragonbane
“Sherrilyn Kenyon’s newest Dark-Hunter novel brings her signature complex worldbuilding to new heights, with convoluted lore and magical artifacts galore.” – Portland Book Review on Son of No One
“Once again Ms. Kenyon has managed to blow me away with another fantastical and imaginative story in Son of No One. “– The Reading Café-