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Son of No One

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It's not easy being life's own personal joke, but Josette Landry has made an unstable peace with the beast. Life will continue to throw every bad thing it has at her, and she will continue to not put her head in an oven. But that's okay. That which doesn't kill her will just require a few hours of mental insanity. Completely down on her luck, Josette takes a job with a local paranormal group as a photographer and camerawoman. Yeah, they're even crazier than she is. The only paranormal thing she believes in is the miracle that keeps her rusted out hoopty running. But when her group accidentally releases something truly evil into the world, they are forced to call in reinforcement.



  • The "Dark Hunter" series would be a thousand times better if Robert Petkoff narrated it. Seriously, the current narrator butchered the accents and all the characters sound constipated. It's just painful. Petkoff surpasses even Berman, who isn't as terrible as the current narrator. If you're a die-hard fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon's novels, do yourself a favor and check out "After Dark Immortals" by Kresley Cole. Trust me, it's worth it. I initially fell head over heels for this series, but then I realized that half of the content is unnecessary filler. The constant repetition of phrases like "he had never felt," "she had never been," and "nobody had ever" became incredibly annoying. It's like the author is trying to meet a page requirement at the expense of quality. With each book, the irritation grows, making it difficult to enjoy the actual story. I've never been so annoyed with an author before, and I've never been this disappointed in a series that had so much potential.
  • I decided to grab the kindle edition, and luckily, there was an option to include the audiobook as well. Thank goodness I went for it! The narrator is absolutely amazing, and without their help, I would have been completely lost with all those tricky Celtic and Welsh names and words in the book. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook and it has definitely made me think about exploring more in the future!
  • I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook. Stephen King's creativity knows no bounds! As usual, there were moments that left me horrified and others that had me laughing hysterically, often when I should have been sound asleep in the middle of the night. LOL!
  • At first, Holter's performance in this audiobook drove me crazy. It seemed like the protagonist was constantly being whacked on the head with a brick and slowly regaining consciousness. Moreover, Holter made the protagonist sound like an old person who had just regained consciousness after being hit on the head with a brick, and also heavily intoxicated. I decided to go back and revisit the series, but I skipped the books that were not narrated by Fred. However, I eventually returned to this one, and to my surprise, something changed. A lot. I don't think it was just me getting used to it. There was a clear improvement. Even Holter's narration style became much better. In the end, he did a fantastic job, but I must admit, I truly adore Fred's portrayal of every character in this series, especially SIMI. No one will ever be able to capture her essence as perfectly as he did.
  • I have to say, 'Son of No One' wasn't exactly what I had in mind for this point in the series. I was hoping for more focus on Jaden and the freed Septhiorth. There are still other characters that need attention too. This book doesn't give off the typical Sherrilyn Kenyon vibe. It feels like someone else wrote it and she just put her name on it. I'm not sure about introducing new characters into the Dark-Hunters series at this stage, but if anyone can pull it off and make it successful, it's Sherrilyn Kenyon. She has a knack for creating and developing new characters. However, this isn't her best work, but she hasn't always let us down. I believe she can make it up to her readers. I'm still a fan and will soldier on to the next book. My loyalty remains, and the journey continues. Thanks, this wasn't what I expected, but overall, I'm hoping for the best when the next book comes out.
  • As anticipated, this installment of the series was absolutely incredible. Cadogan, a demon fae burdened by sorrow and isolation, encounters Josette who is far more than meets the eye. The women in Josette's family are all captivating in their own unique ways. Their strength and comical shenanigans never fail to entertain, although Josette initially appeared to be the "normal" one, which is quite ironic. Additionally, the bonus scene provided at the end grants us a sneak peek into Thorn's story and sheds light on Cadegun's past. Moreover, numerous unexpected plot twists and revelations about Cadegun's and Josette's enigmatic origins kept me thoroughly engaged.
  • I thought this wouldnt keep up with the previous dark hunter books, seeing how its not a dark hunter but something different, but it plays in really well. You get to know some new characters and get more intel of what is going on in the dark hunter universe and the love story is rather sweet. It reminds me of the chronicles of Nick, and if you like this book I can reccommend CON (same universe, just different) and you can listen to them here on Audiobooks. The narrator does an awesome job, except for making up new accents for previous characters. That wouldnt be so bad if it was a different narrator, but its the same and hearing them speak totally different is a bit of a setback. All in all its a good book and will not let the dark hunter fans down!