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Which was ridiculous. The reason he temporarily lost some of his money and power was because of his own dirty dealings and selfishness. It was his fault and no-one else's but as usual Rachel had to be a martyr about it and blame herself.
Who was this stupid, draining, nonsensical heroine? Ivy was losing blood and on the verge of dropping dead yet there was no urgency or basic common sense to how Rachel and the gang handled the situation. Why did Bis even bother to bring Nina and co to the Ever After?
They weren't needed there. It was a waste of time, his first priority should have been getting Ivy out of the Ever After and into the hospital. That whole scene was stupid.
I don't know why she was so exasperated with the deadline when she clearly had more than enough time if all she did was flit around and do nothing. The only reason Nina was like that was because she was addicted and couldn't help herself. Rachel acted like she was the devil for lying about it and not breaking free of him. I really didn't get the whole sudden demonization of Nina, it came out of nowhere.
Where was Rachel's compassion and understanding?
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It was also rich of Rachel to condemn Nina over a weakness and addiction when she was cool with all the horrible things Trent had done. She had such double standards.
He was meant to be powerful and intelligent but he spent most of the book acting like a prat, he kept pushing Rachel and refused to listen to her advice. For someone so old and cunning I expected him to be patient and wise instead he threw a tantrum and ignored any potential consequences and made things worse for himself.
It made his character flat and cartoonish. The story was so repetitive and nonsensical.
There was also a lot of inconsistency — one minute Rachel was at the mercy of Cormel then the next she was putting him in his place. Was he a bloody threat or not?! She just ignored what he said instead of questioning the fuck out of him!!
Al had information that could have possibly helped her but the giddy twit was too busy making cow eyes at Trent to bother with anything else. I really wanted there to be more of the core trio Ivy, Jenks, Rachel together, they didn't really have many scenes together and when they did, there were other people there interfering with their dynamic. I missed them just hanging out and bonding, their friendship and work relationship was the best aspect of the series but it was more or less forgotten about for other crappy relationships.
I'm pretty sure it's now become a UF law that when the heroine has her home destroyed she has to move in with the hero and stay there forever. Apparently, heroines can't move in when they are ready, they have to be pushed into it by outside forces. All she did was have a bit of whine instead of actually making demands to make sure they'd never bother her or her friends again. Her whole mantra through the entire book was either 'Trent's too important' or 'Oh noes, he's in danger' — she acted more like an adoring mother the way she thought he could do no wrong and was constantly worried for his safety, it was cringey.
She was such a drama queen when she kept despairing about not being able to have a long lasting relationship with Trent because he was too amazing and important for the likes of her.
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Rachel knew perfectly well she was going to be with Trent forever but the silly cow just liked angsting about it. Also, the only person holding Trent back was Trent, if he wanted something different then he could have had it. Rachel was too daft to realise that shock! She banged on about it every few paragraphs, why did she keep mentioning it if she wasn't going to do something about it?!
Why didn't she tell Trent to piss off if she was so worried about him being safe or him giving up his future?! What was the point of monologuing about it over and over?
Why didn't she talk to Trent about her worries instead of going over them again and again?
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I really didn't understand why the author made Rachel repeat the same Trent-related thoughts every few paragraphs. Was it meant to make their relationship even more forbidden and sexy or something?
Was it meant to show Trent in a good light with him choosing Rachel? Well, it didn't work on me.
It was frustrating to read Rachel's never-ending Trent propaganda, it was like the author was desperate to show that Trent really loved Rachel and would sacrifice for her. But I never believed it, especially when it was obvious Trent wouldn't lose anything — he'd have his money, his power, his kids, Ellasbeth, respect from all the elves, not to mention his pet demon in Rachel… And the ending confirmed that. Trent didn't sacrifice anything so any attempts at making him seem like he was sacrificing for Rachel were empty.
If the author wanted to show something different then Trent should have actually lost something by being with Rachel, which he never did, not only that he knew he could have it all, so all his gestures were meaningless.
Rachel kept banging on about his sacrifices and destiny… He never made any sacrifices he got everything he ever wanted and his destiny to lead the elves was bullshit since any other elf of average intelligence and some morals could take over for him. Surely, he wasn't the only one suited for the role. I wasn't satisfied that her 'happily ever after' was spending decades being Trent's bit on the side and mother to his brats, it was depressing.
She was meant to be an immortal demon who had lots to learn about magic and demons, she was destined for adventure and mishaps instead she basically turned into a dowdy old housewife, step-mum and presumably a rich bitch.
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The fact that there were only introduced in the previous book yet played a significant role in the last book of thirteen felt very contrived. Maybe if they'd been introduced earlier on they wouldn't have felt so out of place. Cormel could have been a great bad guy but he turned into a caricature.
If the machinery of the Law could be depended on to fathom every case of suspicion, and to conduct every process of inquiry, with moderate assistance only from the lubricating influences of oil of gold, the events which fill these pages might have claimed their share of the public attention in a Court of Justice.
But the Law is still, in certain inevitable cases, the pre-engaged servant of the long purse; and the story is left to be told, for the first time, in this place.
As the Judge might once have heard it, so the Reader shall hear it now. No circumstance of importance, from the beginning to the end of the disclosure, shall be related on hearsay evidence.
When the writer of these introductory lines Walter Hartright by name happens to be more closely connected than others with the incidents to be recorded, he will describe them in his own person. When his experience fails, he will retire from the position of narrator; and his task will be continued, from the point at which he has left it off, by other persons who can speak to the circumstances under notice from their own knowledge, just as clearly and positively as he has spoken before them.
Thus, the story here presented will be told by more than one pen, as the story of an offence against the laws is told in Court by more than one witness—with the same object, in both cases, to present the truth always in its most direct and most intelligible aspect; and to trace the course of one complete series of events, by making the persons who have been most closely connected with them, at each successive stage, relate their own experience, word for word.
Let Walter Hartright, teacher of drawing, aged twenty-eight years, be heard first. The long hot summer was drawing to a close; and we, the weary pilgrims of the London pavement, were beginning to think of the cloud-shadows on the corn-fields, and the autumn breezes on the sea-shore. For my own poor part, the fading summer left me out of health, out of spirits, and, if the truth must be told, out of money as well.
During the past year I had not managed my professional resources as carefully as usual; and my extravagance now limited me to the prospect of spending the autumn economically between my mother's cottage at Hampstead and my own chambers in town.
The evening, I remember, was still and cloudy; the London air was at its heaviest; the distant hum of the street-traffic was at its faintest; the small pulse of the life within me, and the great heart of the city around me, seemed to be sinking in unison, languidly and more languidly, with the sinking sun.Pale Demon is Kim Harrison at her gothic best—combining mystery, action, intrigue, Ray of Heart 5 https: As the young assassin investigates, her search leads her to discover a greater destiny than she could possibly have imagined.
Fate works in mysterious ways, but their story is just part of something even bigger… The Vampire's Mate Don't forget to read Bloodlines.
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