Archangel's Blade : Guild Hunter

  • by Nalini Singh
  • Narrated by Justine Eyre
  • Series: Guild Hunter
  • 11 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The severed head marked by a distinctive tattoo on its cheek should have been a Guild case, but dark instincts honed over hundreds of years of life compel the vampire Dmitri to take control. There is something twisted about this death, something that whispers of centuries long past... but Dmitri's need to discover the truth is nothing to the vicious strength of his response to the hunter assigned to decipher the tattoo.
Savaged in a brutal attack that almost killed her, Honor is nowhere near ready to come face to face with the seductive vampire who is an archangel's right hand, and who wears his cruelty as boldly as his lethal sensuality... the same vampire who has been her secret obsession since the day she was old enough to understand the inexplicable, violent emotions he aroused in her.
As desire turns into a dangerous compulsion that might destroy them both, it becomes clear the past will not stay buried. Something is hunting - and it will not stop until it brings a blood-soaked nightmare to life once more.

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Liked the book

I am so glad you guys have multiple ways of rating. I really liked the book and this series. I did NOT like the narrator. For some reason the men's voices sounded okay, but the voices of the women ALL sounded like they were crying. All of the female voices sounded the same with a tremble in every sentence. Very annoying!
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- Angela

Dimitri's story is very compelling

Nalini Singh is up there as one of my favorite authors. This book did not disappoint. Dimitri's story is very tragic and it really helps you understand who he is today. Honor's story is horrific as well.

I love the idea of these two broken people finding each other and making a life together. The twist at the end did not bother me as it is a great way to give each of the characters a second chance to get it right.

I've heard some complain about the lack of sexual tension between Dimitri and Honor. I think this is a story in which it will build over time. This is a tentative dance between them and if there were overly romantic at the beginning, I don't think it would be true to their characters.

I'd love to hear more about their developing relationship in future books. I think another book on them would provide the opportunity expand on their story. Most of this book was about settling old scores and renewing their love. It was a terrific read and I've listened to it several times.

On the narrator, I love Justine Eyre's voice. I can't imagine anybody else reading Singh's books so well.
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- Michele

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-14-2011
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio