Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Review: A Wild Light (Hunter Kiss #3) by Marjorie M. Liu

3 stars for A Wild Light (Hunter Kiss book 3) by Marjorie M. Liu.

I cannot remember when I started reading this series. It could easily have been eight years ago. Or ten, or more? Similarly, I also cannot recall the reason for not continuing with the series as well as much of the details in book 1 The Iron Hunt and book 2 Darkness Calls. Even then I am unwilling to reread the first two books for the reason that time is alway on the short side for me.

The good thing is, the more I read, the more the memories start to come back. Now I know why I did not pursue further with this series. Riddles. Too many. Answers. Not forthcoming. Together, they make the story incomprehensible and needless to say, post a major challenge to the flow of pictures in my mind's eyes.

That said, I am still curious as to how the series will end ultimately and I may continue reading to find out more.

Publisher: Ace
Publication Date: 10 Jun 2010


For too long Maxine Kiss has felt an inexplicable darkness inside her-a force she channels into hunting the demons bent on destroying the human race. But when she finds herself covered in blood and crouched beside her grandfather's dead body with no memory of what happened, Maxine begins to fear that the darkness has finally consumed her.

*Blurb from author's website*

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