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Reader Review: I thought that Dante did a great job kicking butt!! Saint City Sinners left me with a lot of questions and I hope that the last book will help clear everything up. It is a fun and enthusiastic read!! I recommend all of the Dante books.
Saint City has always been Dante Valentine's home. It's where she grew up, it's where her dead are buried, and it's where she learned to hunt.
Now, one call from an old friend will bring her back to investigate a murder too close to home for anyone's comfort. But the one person she trusted has just betrayed her.
Sometimes revenge is best served demon-hot...
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|Title of Fantasy eBook: Saint City Sinners||Series: A Dante Valentine Novel, , #4|
|Release Date: 11-01-2007|
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Saint City Sinners
Chapter OneCairo Giza has endured almost forever, but it was only after the Awakening that the pyramids began to acquire distinctive etheric smears again. Colored balls of light bob and weave around them even during daytime, playing with streams of hover traffic that carefully don't pass over the pyramids themselves, like a river separating around islands. Hover circuitry is buffered like every critical component nowadays, but enough Power can blow anything electric just like a focused EMP pulse. There's a college of Ceremonials responsible for using and draining the pyramids' charge, responsible also for the Temple built equidistant from the stone triangles and the Sphinx, whose ruined face still gazes from her recumbent body with more long-forgotten wisdom than the human race could ever lay claim to accumulating.
Power hummed in the air as I stepped from glaring desert sun into the shadowed gloom of the Temple's portico. Static crackled, sand falling out of my clothes whisked away by the containment field. I grimaced. We'd been on the ground less than half an hour and already I was tired of the dust.
One worn-out, busted-down part-demon Necromance, sore from Lucifer's last kick even though Japhrimel had repaired the damage and flushed me with enough Power to make my skin tingle. And one Fallen given back the power of a demon pacing behind me, his step oddly silent on the stone floor. The mark on my left shoulder-his mark-pulsed again, a warm velvet flush coating my body. My rings swirled with steady light.
My bag bumped against my hip and my bootheels clicked on stone, echoing in the vast shadowed chamber. The great inner doors...
Title: Saint City Sinners April 22, 2008 I thought that Dante did a great job kicking butt!! Saint City Sinners left me with a lot of questions and I hope that the last book will help clear everything up. It is a fun and enthusiastic read!! I recommend all of the Dante books.
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I thought that Dante did a great job kicking butt!
Reviewer: A reader from Bastrop, TX US
April 22, 2008
I thought that Dante did a great job kicking butt!! Saint City Sinners left me with a lot of questions and I hope that the last book will help clear everything up. It is a fun and enthusiastic read!! I recommend all of the Dante books.
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