Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Manga Review: The Dark-Hunters: Infinity, Vol. 2 Paperback

I've finished "The Darkhunters: Infinity Vol. 2" by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Nick Gautier has enough trouble dealing with normal teenage problems: avoiding getting pummeled at school, talking to girls, staying out of trouble. Now Nick is facing a whole new world of challenges. As his powers develop, Nick sees supernatural (and potentially dangerous) creatures everywhere he looks. With the help of his Uncle Ambrose - who is actually Nick's future self communicating his thoughts across time - and his new tutor - the Grim Reaper - Nick must learn to control his abilities and elude the dark powers that seek to control him.

About the Author

The #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon is a powerhouse with more than 25 million copies of her books in print in over 30 countries. Since 2006, she's placed over fifty novels on the New York Times with over a dozen of them landing the #1 slot. During that same time, she claimed ten #1 slots on Publisher's Weekly.

Product Details
Series: The Dark-Hunters (Book 2)
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Yen Press (December 17, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0316190543
ISBN-13: 978-0316190541

My Review:

This book is even better than the first in the series. The book starts right after the first book when Nick and his friends defeated the zombies and the Mortents. Kyrian flashes some fangs and now Nick has to start mastering his powers because there's a bounty on his head. His love life has heated up and he has to choose between the girl he has pined for most of his life or the one that is friendly and seems to care about him.

On top of that the principal seems to have it out for him. Also the new coach recruits him for the team but also to do some devious extra curricular activities on the side. The demons are after him too!

We also see how Nick meets the Peltier clan and his mom starts working at Sanctuary. Some of the characters have witty sayings which made me laugh while reading.

Glad to see Mark and Bubba again along with Caleb and Nekoda. Some interesting new characters were introduced Grim, Pain and Suffering and I hope to see some more of them in future books.

Love Nick's smart ass and sarcastic remarks!

Thanks Hachette Book Group Canada/Yen Press for sending me this manga to review, greatly appreciated!

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