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➽ No Light (The Dems Trilogy #1) Author Devi Mara – Eiyo.us

No Light (The Dems Trilogy #1) No Light The Dems Trilogy 1 PDF Epub Author Devi Mara Girlnailart.us Alternative Cover Edition ASIN B00HJ695KO Name He Demanded Sarah Mackenzie She Swallowed Hard She Would Be Like The Ones Who Had Fallen, Her Remains Something To Be Cleaned From The Floor Age She Tried Not To Tense When He Brought His Face To Her Neck And Inhaled Deeply Twenty Two The Lie Tried To Stick In Her Throat He Pulled Back And Gave Her A Dark Look Try Again Eighteen, She Whispered, Tensing When His Lips Pulled Back From His Teeth In A Shark Smile A Lie, Sarah How Nice That You Are Not As Innocent As You Look In The Corridor, There Are The Immortal Dems And The Human Handlers Who Guard Them When The Leader Of The Dems Gets A Handler Straight Out Of Training, She Is Not Expected To Live Beyond Her First Day She Is Everything He Hates And He Is Everything She Fears, But An Accident Permanently Binds Them Together With Corruption Growing Among The Humans And The Threat Of War, They Must Escape The Corridor And Find Common Ground In A Place With No Light.

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  1. says:

    This book was at best OK The actual writing itself is fine, though it needed another edit, but the story is so full of inconsistencies, insubstantial world building, poor character development and absent emotional growth that it pains me to discuss it.I ll start with Sarah For 2 3 of the book, she is such a limp noodle, so weak and scared of everything that she literally can t even communicate in complete sentences, just stutters and apologies Then for the last 1 3, she miraculously, with no This book was at best OK The actual writing itself is fine, though it needed another edit, but the story is so full of inconsistencies, insubstantial world building, poor character development and absent emotional growth that it pains me to discuss it.I ll start w...


  2. says:

    I love finding hidden gems and No Light by Devi Mara was such a find I was intrigued by the description and other reviews of the book, but didn t really know what to expect I ve never read anything quite like this novel, so it is difficult to classify I would describe No Light as romantic, futuristic, science fiction, but it has an almost Gothic feeling to it There is something sinister afoot and you re pulled into discovering it along with Sarah from the get go I loved the mystery surround I love finding hidden gems and No Light by Devi Mara was such a find I was intrigued by the description and other reviews of the book, but didn t really know what to expect I ve never read anything quite like this novel, so it is difficult to classify I would describe No Light as romantic, futuristic, science fiction, but it has an almost Gothic feeling to it There is something sinister afoot and you re pulled into discovering it along with Sarah from the get go I loved the mystery surrounding the Dem, an alien race imprisoned in The Corridor, an underground facility on a futuristic Earth Sarah works there as a novice handler, and s...


  3. says:

    This book made my head hurt I read the whole thing mad The book is written so at first we have no idea what is going on The heroine understands very little and we get to know even less that she does It is all very foggy Then we learnbut never really enough Then, the badass immortal alien prison falls for a dish towel heroine who isn t really but how would we or he know.They take forever to have sex which makes sense given the prison revolt and all but it is still super odd in terms o This book made my head hurt I read the whole thing mad The book is written so at first we have no idea what is going on The heroine understands very little and we get to know even less that she does It i...


  4. says:

    To be honest I have not finished reading this book and currently at around 18% in reader But God, the h makes me cringe Her only major dialouge is i m sorry , that statement is repeated at least 15 times till now I just want to snap off her neck.I have read many books with TSTL hs , but this one is the first where the h is too stupid to speak The word building, sentences everything is done well and flow is easy to read, but whenever the h comes into picture, the pace drags, which is unfortu To be honest I have not finished reading this book and currently at around 18% in reader But God, the h makes me cringe Her only major dialouge is i m sorry , that statement is repeated at least 15 times till now I just want to snap off her neck.I have read many books with TSTL hs , but this one is the first where the h is too stupid to speak The word building, sentences everything is done well and flow is easy to read, but whenever...


  5. says:

    What happened the entire plot is very confusing with the author giving certain details of a foggy background throughout of what happened to this race or why they were imprisoned in the first place, but even in the end you are left withquestions on why I think it would have been great if the author spenttime setting the foundation and then exploring the actual emotions reasoning behind the characters emotions or changes the...


  6. says:

    OK.I REALLY ONLY HAVE ONE COMPLAINT ABOUT THIS BOOK gggrrrr Sara has got to be the most, weak heroine I have ever read about REALLY She has no back bone or fire I am truly disgusted with this caricature OK just had to get that off my chest On that note, I m pleased w...


  7. says:

    I did not fully understand what was happening throughout most of the story and not a lot of facts have been given here, but surprisingly the book did not only work for me, it had me completely engrossed in the story trying to figure out what was what and I practically flew through it The writing was great and I liked that all those things that usually annoy me were somehow presented in a way that did not bother me at all I had an amazing time reading it and I fully intend to pick up the next b I did not fully u...


  8. says:

    Nineteen year old Sarah Mackenzie is thrust into the underground prison system of The Corridor, where the Dems, an immortal alien race of brawny giants, are held in captivity Not becoming of her petite stature, Sarah has taken over the precarious position of her twin brother, who lies comatose in a hospital Now a Handler and the only woman who works in The Corridor, she is in charge of a six foot seven inch cantankerous Dem named Farran After a vicious altercation, Farran unintentionally mark Nineteen year old Sarah Mackenzie is thrust into the underground prison system of The Corridor, where the Dems, an immortal alien race of brawny giants, are held in captivity Not becoming of her petite stature, Sarah has taken over the precarious position of her twin brother, who lies comatose in a hospital Now a Handler and the only woman who works in The Corridor, she is in charge of a six foot seven inch cantankerous Dem named Farran After a vicious altercation, Farran unintentionally marks or transfers some of his healing power onto Sarah, and in a matter of hours her horrendous wounds disappear The strange encounter not only leads her to research this so called tainted breed, but what, if any, is the association between Dems and the mysterious deaths in the Mackenzie genealogy Unbeknownst to Sarah, her curiosity and special marking coincides with a chain of events that could lead to the complete annihilation of her people, the Ameretats In her debut novel...


  9. says:

    This was an extremely pleasant surprise From the beginning of the book the dark descriptions set the scene for a frigid future Sarah has had to replace her older brother as a handler of the Dems, an immortal race of aliens imprisoned by humanity Farpowerful than humans, and sporting a deep hatred of the entire race, things don t look good for the tiny Sarah and her new job with one of the most violent of the Dems But as Sarah learnsabout the world of the Dems, it becomes clear th This was an extremely pleasant surprise From the beginning of the book the dark descriptions set the scene for a frigid future Sarah has had to replace her older brother as a handler of the Dems, an immortal race of aliens imprisoned by humanity Farpowerful than humans, and sporting a deep hatred of the entire race, things don t look good for the tiny Sarah and her new job with one of the most violent of the Dems But as Sarah learnsabout the world of the Dems, it becomes clear there is farabout their imprisonment and her prisoner than anyone expected There were monsters here Monsters who wore the skins of men. You wouldn t be able to tell from the cover, but the writing in this is extremely good Aside from the fact that the author uses commas entirely inappropriately, however by the end it was easy to ignore their existence and enjoy the content This is the first prison book where the two main characters have actually had a bad relati...


  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this story for its genre It is romantic but it is not steamy I didn t mind though because I loved the story The romance and the tension was enough, to hold my interest without the raunchy sex I have become accustomed to I am not saying I wouldn t mind a bitof that in a future book, if at all possible, now they are in an established relationship it would be appropriate to the story, however the story stands on its own without this.The world building was very interesting I really enjoyed this story for its genre It is romantic but it is not steamy I didn t mind though because I loved the story The romance and the tension was enough, to hold my interest without the raunchy sex I have become accustomed to I am not saying I wouldn t mind a bitof that in a future book, if at all possible, now they are in an established relationship it would be appropriate to the story, however the story stands on its own without this.The world building was very interesting I thought the believe systems and hierarchies within the world were great I liked the idea of this ancient and long lived civilisation and there views of the human race It will be interesting to see how this continues in the next book.I admit I found the heroine Sarah frustrating at first, she was very timid and kept apologising all the time, but after a while that did sto...

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