Infamous: Number 3 in series

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Little, Brown Book Group, Mar 13, 2012 - Fiction - 368 pages
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The world has fallen in love with Nick Gautier and the Dark-Hunters. Now Nick's saga continues in the next eagerly anticipated volume . . .

Go to school. Get good grades. Stay out of trouble. That's the mandate for most kids. But Nick Gautier isn't the average teenager. He's a boy with a destiny not even he fully understands. And his first mandate is to stay alive while everyone, even his own father, tries to kill him. He's learned to raise the dead, divination and clairvoyance, so why is learning to drive and keep a girlfriend so hard?

But driving isn't the primary skill he has to master. Survival is. And in order to survive, his next lesson makes all the others pale in comparison. He is on the brink of becoming either the greatest hero mankind has ever known - or he'll be the one who ends the world. With enemies new and old gathering forces, he will have to call on every part of himself to fight or he'll lose everyone he cares about. Even himself.

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User Review  - aoibhealfae - LibraryThing

I was right about the book being an alternate dimension of the main Dark Hunter book. I think it save me from giving enough spoiler for the book. Its an okay book. I would have loved it more if the ... Read full review

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User Review  - RAIN_Holt - LibraryThing

You have two realities running together; the human one everyone sees and the Dark-Hunter world. To not give anything too specific away, there is the world everyone sees, that Brynna is being bullied ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sherrilyn Kenyon is the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of several series: the Dark-Hunters; the Lords of Avalon; and the League. She lives with her husband and three sons in Nashville, Tennessee. www.sherrilynkenyon.co.uk

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