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Sherrilyn Kenyon , Holter Graham
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May 25 2010 Chronicles of Nick (Book 1)

At fourteen, Nick Gautier thinks he knows everything about the world around him. Streetwise, tough and savvy, his quick sarcasm is the stuff of legends. Until the night when his best friends try to kill him. Saved by a mysterious warrior who has more fighting skills than Chuck Norris, Nick is sucked into the realm of the Dark-Hunters: immortal vampire slayers who risk everything to save humanity.

Nick quickly learns that the human world is only a veil for a much larger and more dangerous one. A world where the captain of the football team is a werewolf and the girl he has a crush on goes out at night to stake the undead.

But before he can even learn the rules of this new world, his fellow students are turning into flesh eating zombies. And he’s next on the menu.

Like starting high school isn't hard enough. Now Nick has to hide his new friends from his mom, his chainsaw from the principal, and keep the zombies and the demon Simi from eating his brains, all without getting grounded or suspended! How in the world is he supposed to do that?

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"The imagination of Kenyon is a wonder to behold and an amazing place to visit!"
--Romantic Times (Top Pick!)
"I have to admit that at the conclusion of the epilogue, I was already anticipating the next installment of the series...Mr. Graham was able to portray Nick beautifully and catch all of the eccentricities that abound in Infinity." -
“While action abounds, listeners are never sure who the good guys are and whether they should be rooting for Nick. Holter Graham successfully paces the action to keep things moving and gives voice to a myriad of non-human characters, most often in life-threatening, over-the-top situations, easily switching from the New Orleans lilt of Bubba to the sweet cadences of Nekoda, Nick’s would be love interest.” – School Library Journal


Praise for Sherrilyn Kenyon:

“[A] publishing phenomenon…[Sherrilyn Kenyon is] the reigning queen of the wildly successful paranormal scene.”


“Kenyon’s writing is brisk, ironic and relentless imaginative. These are not your mother’s vampire novels.”


“[An] engaging read.”


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4.0 out of 5 stars A more innocent Dark Hunter story June 9 2010
By Lotusland Lady TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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I am not sure if this is supposed to be a "YA" novel or not. The hero is a fourteen year old boy, precocious, smart mouthed, vulnerable and very sweet. Unlike the other Dark Hunter novels there is no sex, very little profanity, and the adult activity and conversation all revolve around the boy, to protect him and/or teach him. That being said, it is very readable and Nick, the boy, and his mother are endearing. This book could easily be given to a young teen as a good adventure story.

I don't know what the author intends for this series, whether this will become a supplement to her Dark Hunter stories or if she is writing a young adult series for a teen readership. She is filling in a lot of the questions about Nick and his relationship with Archeron. In fact the few pages devoted to the meeting of Ash and Nick are charming and go a long way toward reveal the beginning of their improbable friendship.

My only objection is this was published, and priced, as a hardcover book but there is far too much white space between the lines to fill up the pages and justify the price. In fact it is probably one of the shortest of the Dark Hunter novels and can easily be read in a couple of hours. But I did enjoy it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars YA Dark-Hunter Story Sept. 13 2010
By Tynga's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Nick is a 14 years old boy living with his mother and in a rather poor environment. They can barely afford to pay for their food, and Nick is often picked at at school because of his cloths and his mom job, Strip-dancing. His father is locked away for murder for three life-sentence, he is violent, vicious and a douche-bag, but he got one thing right: Nick must protect his mother, either she likes it or not. He is doing his best to be a good boy, as his mom raised him, but when a lot of weird thing starts happening (including classmates turning into zombies), not-being grounded won't be Nick's priority anymore.

First off, I'd like to let you know this is the first book from Sherrilyn Kenyon I ever read and I loved it. The story happens in a very special and secretive world where odd creatures roams the streets at night. While I had no problem following the main plot, I have to say those creatures are still rather fuzzy in my mind. I guess it would be clearer if I've read her adult series (which I will do!), and even though I would've loved more details, it didn't stop me from enjoying the book.

Kenyon introduced some very mysterious characters in the book and I think she is intentionally keeping us in the dark regarding their intentions. It seems like every characters and their neighbors are paranormal creatures and I'm really looking forward to discover more about them. And there is many characters! I suffer from what I call "goldfish memory" which is pretty bad memory so at times I was getting confused with characters names, but it's really all my fault lol. I loved Nick, I think he perfectly portrayed a 14 years old and I appreciated his sarcasm.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Courtesy of Teens Read Too Aug. 18 2010
Sometimes, Nick wishes life was easier. He hates his mother's job that lets them barely survive, and he hates the boys at school for mocking him and his mom. He can't stop himself from fighting. When he's suspended, he's in hot water with his overprotective mother. She makes him promise to go straight home, but he runs into his crowd. They give him an offer to make money that he just can't refuse.

Nick can't go through with the plan and ends up saving the elderly couple in question. In retaliation, the boys beat him senseless. A man emerges from the shadows to save him and accompanies him to the hospital. As Nick can't pay the bills, the man makes him a better deal than the guys had - he'll pay the bills and Nick will work for him.

On the first day of employment, strange creatures attack the house. Nick isn't sure what's happened, but he now knows that there are other beings in the world. The man turns out to be a Dark Hunter - someone who's been alive for hundreds of years who protects humans from the others.

Now that the veil has been lifted, Nick sees the world differently. Just as he's coming to terms with his newfound knowledge, zombies take over his school. The zombies keep coming after him. How much longer can Nick keep them from attacking him while saving the ones he loves and keeping his mother out of the loop?

INFINITY is the start of a new series from Ms. Kenyon's Dark-Hunter world, aimed towards young adults. Nick can't seem to catch a break, which made me root for him all the more. He's always in trouble, in danger, meeting new people, or using his greatest survivor skill - sarcasm.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good Plot. But Too Much Stuff That Annoyed Sept. 26 2012
This was actually 3.5 stars. I liked the premise and really liked Nick's voice from the beginning. But there were quite a few info dumps, most specifically for characters and what they looked like, which is a deterrent. Have to admit by about 3/4 of the way through the book I was so tired of the fact that almost every single female described in the book was drop dead gorgeous or the like. Rubbed me the wrong way so much that it felt like the text was objectifying women, even if that wasn't the intent. Essentially, there was some good stuff I liked, and I'm going to finish this series and probably the Dark-Hunter one after this, but there were some things that prevented this from being an "Oh My Gosh WOW! You have to read this book".

See my full review at daniellewam.blogspot .ca
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