Dark Predator

Dark Predator

Book - 2011
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Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2011.
ISBN: 9780515151107
9780425241974
Characteristics: 372 p. ;,24 cm.

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Dragonair
Sep 01, 2016

Another great addition to Feehan's "Dark" series can't wait for the next and soon I will need another series to start. I actually liked the deleted scenes at the end of the book too as they made it a bit less 'dark' in all.

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tigerlily_13
Mar 17, 2016

I enjoyed Dark Predator even though it was rather dark, but do I ever want to run into the infamous Zacarias De La Cruz...no way...

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foxylady31
Jan 09, 2013

The MOST intense book of the DARK SERIES. Cleared up a lot of the back ground lives of these brothers and sister Ivory. I did enjoyed the book.

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Sarah1984
Sep 18, 2012

Wow, read that fast. Only two and a half nights, didn't even have time to write a part-way through review. I looked through some of the other reviews (on another website) and I'm surprised by how many people hated it, "Her worst book" etc. While I did have a problem with the horrible, violent way he changed her, that was my only real complaint. I felt sorry for Zacarias' inability to see colours, even after meeting his lifemate Marguarita. He's spent over 1000 years stopping Carpathians who have weakened and killed while feeding, but he still doesn't get total peace, he has to continue his dark mission. I didn't think this was much different in quality to the previous Feehan books that I've read, which is why I was surprised to see so many bad reviews. Dark Predator continues the story of the De La Cruz brothers, and while they are mentioned reasonably frequently in relation to Zacarias' memories, they are only featured in two scenes in real time, which I was a little disappointed about, because with these kinds of series I especially enjoy learning what's happening with past characters

nanina5394 Apr 01, 2012

Great background information about the De la cruz brothers.

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Kelticat
Dec 25, 2011

This book hints at a reason on why Ivory was trained in combat. Since Zacarias' mother was untrained and yet taken into combat, Z may have figured that Ivory might have a dark-minded lifemate like Z and his father. Thus he gave his 'sister' a fighting chance(literally). You have to wonder if Z will insist on all the lifemates of hunters learning to fight.

Linb007 Oct 20, 2011

was good but repeated alot of the sames information/scenes

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skhattak Dec 03, 2011

As brutal as the undead he hunted, Zacarias De La Cruz was a master executioner. Over the long, dark centuries, he plunged into so many battles they blurred into an endless lifetime of evil that hardened the soul of this merciless, ruthless and implacable dark predator.

Now his stark and savage journey is over. After a thousand years in a gray world, he has accomplished everything he set out to do. His brothers are safeguarded. Each has found a woman who completes them. And they are at peace. For his brothers, Zacarias has walked the edge of madness, but with centuries as a killing machine now left to the past and without a hunt to define him, Zacarias wonders, for the first time in his life, who he really is.

The answer awaits him back home in Peru , in the betrayal of a woman who is readying her trap, in the vengeance of an old enemy, in the inevitable consequences of a bloody family legacy, and in the deliverance of a lifemate he never could have imagined.

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