The door to the massive New York Times best-selling House of Night series has closed. Now Kristin Cast kicks down a new door to welcome her millions of fans to her latest sizzling series.
There is a world that runs parallel to our own, a world in which the souls of the damned are caged, where they are looked over by the furies, and where they spend eternity in torment, mirroring the devastation and mayhem they created when alive.
Someone has opened the cage.
The worst of terrors have crossed the barrier that separates our world from theirs, and the furies send a great, albeit untested, warrior - their only son, Alek - to bring those souls back. He is young and handsome, headstrong and impulsive, and he won't be able to do it alone.
Eva has grown up beautiful and beloved but surrounded by secrets. First she will be hunted in an ancient feud that will threaten her life. Then she will become the hunter.
With the police closing in and two worlds on the verge of crumbling around them, Alek and Eva must find each other, discover the limits of their powers, and work together to save everything they hold dear, including one another. Blending elements of mythology with the dazzling storytelling that her fans have devoured in the House of Night series, Kristin Cast weaves a spellbinding and passionate tale that starts a thrilling new series with an explosive charge.
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I am gonna give it another listen closer to Book 2's release date.
Alek and his obliviousness of the mortal realm was awesome.
I think Bridget was done best. It definitely reminded me of Aphrodite in HoN but I did not consider that a bad thing.
It kept me so engaged that I finished it quickly. There was some suspense, mystery, and a smidge of romance.
- Ariel F.
Amber Smoke left me wanting more
Fun, intriguing, cliffhanger!!!!!!
Everything! I loved the characters and the storyline.
I love Caitlin Davies! She read the House of Night series and did a fantastic job.
This book made me laugh, gasp and definitely cry out No at the end!
- Robyn Groover