Swallowing Darkness - Laurell K. Hamilton Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593059549 / Genre: Horror / Author: Laurell K. Hamilton / Hardcover / 384 Pages / Book is published 2008-11-08 by Bantam Press
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by - written on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
The Author Laurell K Hamilton is a bestselling author and has been on the New York bestselling author with this book and previous others. She lives in St Louis, Missouri with her daughter and husband Jon. She writes two major series, the first is the Anita Blake series and the second which this book is from is the Merry Gentry series. On the Cover I am Meredith, princess of faerie, wielder of the hands of Flesh and Blood, and at last I am with child - twins, fathered by my royal guard... Yet my uncle, Taranis, the King of Light and Illusion, claims that he is the true father. He abducted me, betrayed and defiled me, and now he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
"Swallowing Darkness" is the seventh Meredith Gentry novel and the first one I read. Despite that I had no problems at all in following the plot - even though there isn't that much obvious exposition in the novel. Meredith NicEssus is a faerie princess in a slightly alternative world (i.e. US) where faeries are known by the humans - a treaty allowed them to settle in the US three hundred years on the condition that they don't engage in war or make humans worship them. The faerie courts are obsessed by purity of blood and even more so by purity of looks and Meredith, who is mortal, curvy and has not just human but also lesser fey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/08 (Very useful, 234 readings)
I love books about fantasy or supernatural, and have loved Laurell K Hamiltons books so far. When her new one, "Swallowing Darkness" was released, I had it pre ordered, and eagerly tore into it, excited to see what would happen, after a cliffhanger of a last book. Unfortunatly for me, not very much happens at all. A bit of background. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Meredith NicEssus is a fairy princess. The faerie world has never treated her particularly well however. Her Father was a Prince of the Unseelie court (widely considered the darker court of Faerie), and her Mother belonged to the Seelie Court. Having both brownie and human blood ... Read the complete review
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