One Silent Night : Dark-Hunter

  • by Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • Narrated by Scott Brick
  • Series: Dark-Hunter
  • 6 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

While the world carries on unawares, Stryker, who leads an army of demons and vampires, is plotting an all out onslaught against his enemies - which, unfortunately for us, includes the entire human race. To avenge his sister, Stryker prepares to annihilate the Dark-Hunters. But things go awry when his oldest enemy returns. Enter his ex-wife. Zephyra. Just when he thought nothing could stop him, he's now embroiled in a centuries old war with a shrew who gives new meaning to pain.


What the Critics Say

"This series puts a contemporary spin on classical mythology...irresistible." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

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Narrator is TERRIBLE

I am so disappointed in this narration. I have loved the Dark Hunter Series and I am sad to say I will not be listening to the rest of this book.

It's hard to believe that this narrator couldn't even be bothered to listen to the previous recordings from the series. If he had he would have realized that many of the characters carry over from book to book and that changing the pronunciation would completely turn the listener off (SOOtarEEa as opposed to SAhTARia - the first one sounds like a disease, while to the other a beautiful Greek name)

Anyways I wish I had read more reviews before I paid for this recording.
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- Maren

the book is great- the narrator ruins it thoug

I love the Dark Hunter series by Sherilyn Kenyon. I purchase what is available on audible and buy the rest where I find them.

This book was entertaining- as long as you are able to ignore the horrible accents and voices the narrator uses for each character. The characters are supposed to be gods or demigods and the narrator makes them sound like old men- HELLO THEY ARE IN THEIR PRIME- and it is completely disgusting to hear the main character (Stryker)come on to his wife- the love scenes were nauseating- all because the narrator isn't suited to narrate this type of book.

Now, back to the book- I had to listen to it in small doses because of above mentioned problem- but the book was great- I love how each of the Dark Hunter books has its own story and action- they aren't really sequels to each other- but there is a main story intertwined with all of there plots. I love how each book gives you updates on characters from past books and a look a possible future books by introducing new characters.

I give the book 5 stars- but rate the audiobook at 2 because of the bad narrrator.
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- Danielle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2008
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio