#bookreview – The Godhunter Series (bk 10-20) by Amy Sumida
Out of the Darkness (The Godhunter #11)
Seasons have returned to Faerie and the fey are not happy about it. There hasn’t been anything but summer in the land of the fey for thousands of years, so long that most have forgotten what the seasons are. The nights grow longer and Faerie grows colder as winter approaches, and it falls upon Vervain to help the fey through these changes. As if that’s not enough, a murderer is on the lose and everyone seems to think it’s her. Can the Godhunter find her way out of the darkness or will Faerie be lost to her forever? Out of the Darkness is part of a series split. It can be read alone or together with Into the Void. It features a split cover which can be placed beside Into the Void to create a full picture.
Perchance To Die (The Godhunter #12)
The excitement continues as Vervain discovers that even her dreams are no longer safe.
Vervain Lavine, Godhunter, Witch, Shapeshifter, Goddess, and Faerie. Life has become a little confusing with so many titles but the one place Vervain could always find sanctuary was in her dreams. Now even that is taken from her when an unknown god starts hunting the Godhunter in her sleep. Then there’s Odin, or rather Griffin, who has yet to remember his true past or the part Vervain played in it. Add to that the assembling of a mutant army led by a sharp-dressed and sharply coiffured Indian, and you have a recipe for an epic nightmare. If only she could get a moment’s rest, Vervain might be able to deal with it all but even in Faerie she can’t escape. The newly created dark fey are having problems controlling their element. Between the dark fey and her dark dreams, the Godhunter’s unable to find any solace and sleeping has become only another way to die.
Tracing Thunder (The Godhunter #13)
Light as a Feather (The Godhunter #14)
One black and one white. The two magic feathers of Tobadzistsini and Nayenezgani, twin Navajo gods. The white feather holds the power to heal all wounds and black can vanquish all enemies. Together they are virtually unstoppable but for the Godhunter the real difficulty will be deciding whether to fight the Navajo gods or join them. It all comes down to the color of Vervain’s convictions. Although the feathers are black and white, her choices have all blurred to gray and choosing the wrong shade could mean the extermination of an entire race
Rain or Monkeyshine (The Godhunter #15)
The Godhunter is on lockdown, her lovers gathering around her in preparation for some unknown trouble lurking on the horizon. So when one of the Dark Horses is abducted by a Hindu monkey god, Vervain is kept out of the rescue mission.
Hiding doesn’t work for the Godhunter though and soon she is drawn into a strange world where monkeys fly, snakes rule underground cities, and birds prey on the weak. Her self-control and strength will be tested as she goes up against one of the largest god armies she’s ever seen. Is this the danger she’s been warned of or is there an even greater battle to be fought… within herself?
Blood Bound (The Godhunter #16)
Eye of Re (The Godhunter #17)
Vervain Lavine is finally about to become a mother. But she’s also preparing for marriage… to four men… all at once… and the baby’s father isn’t one of them. As if all that isn’t complicated enough, the memories she brought back from an altered future have found their way into the dreams of her favorite sun god. All she wants to do is forget the horrible fate that she’s escaped but now it looks like she may have to face it all one more time. Will the Godhunter be able to put the future in her past or will she be lost forever… within the Eye of Re?
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My Soul to Take (The Godhunter #18)
With the birth of her twins, the Godhunter has begun a new phase of her life. Unfortunately, this phase may be her last if she doesn’t figure out how to fix her shattered star. And then Yemanja, a goddess Vervain owes her life to, comes to her for help. Vodou practitioners are being murdered, their souls summoned back to earth and forced into slavery. Now the Godhunter must save those taken souls while she searches for a way to save herself.
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As the Crow Flies (The Godhunter #19)
When the man she loves and her twin sons are threatened, the Godhunter is determined to protect them at any cost. Her enemies seem obvious to her, but as she chases the Battle Crow, Morrigan, Vervain discovers that the crow doesn’t always fly straight. And it’s not the only bird who feeds on carrion.
Cry Werewolf (The Godhunter #20)
Vervain Lavine’s nine-pointed star is whole again. A victory indeed, except the Godhunter still doesn’t know exactly what it’s capable of. Distracted by pregnancy issues, she just doesn’t have the time to search for answers. But when her Froekn family is attacked, then accused of nefarious deeds themselves, she is thrust down a road which leads her straight to the destiny she’s been chosen for. Myth and magic turn against the Godhunter, and the only hope she has of saving those she loves lies in learning secrets of her star.