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Title, El aliento de las tinieblas. Author, Karen Chance. Publisher, La Factoría de Ideas, ISBN, , Length, pages. Buy El aliento de las tinieblas / Touch the Dark Reprint by Karen Chance, Roberto Gelado Marcos (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday. Aliento de las tinieblas, El (Pandora) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Karen Chance: : Kindle Store.

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I read this book. Here is a breakdown of SOME of what’s included in this story: We’ve got ghosts, vamps, shifters, fae, magic, dragons! Even a little kid could tell. So much re was being dumped, it was like a train-wreck. It fit very well with the storyline.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In fact, he is so stereotypical that there are exact copies of him on many other Urban Fantasy books. So, by the end, the reader was left with very little actual plot.

View all 3 comments. View all 7 comments. Touch the Dark is a fun PNR read. The info-dumps were poorly done and most of the characters were flat and unoriginal. I don’t like it when the heroine is fighting for her life in every single chapter – give the poor girl a break already!

Touch the Dark

Three years later at the beginning of the book – the previous stuff was all backgroundCassandra is hiding from Tony in Atlanta. You know, the type of person to give a particularly horrendous book an extra star for “effort”.


I swear I loved every single one that had a main role in the book. Good thing that wasn’t acted on. Let me try and sum it up for you. She’s young and somewhat clueless in this story. The moral to the story is that it shows promise of good action, sexiness and wit. They were in the middle of a certain-death battle when Cassandra Palmers starts giving a detailed explanation in the form, function and differing types of wards and what her history is with them.

The world the Karen Chance has created though is really interesting, full of vampires, weres and mages all kind of living in harmony. I have read quite a bit of urban fantasy, and this didn’t seem like a rehash to me.

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I had very low expectations for this book. Sep 02, Kat Kennedy rated it liked it Shelves: In the beginning, Tomas reminded me of Nathaniel with the obvious comparison of being a lost boy living on the street selling his body. They don’t even have to bite to receive nourishment. Chance’s different use of magic in this story–it really caught my interest.

But for skimming Touch The Dark? But his T-shirt was crossed with enough ammunition to take out a platoon, and he had a tool belt slung low on his hips that, along with a strap across his back, looked like it carried one of every type of handheld weapon on the market. What frustrates me so much is that I really feel that there is quite a bit of potential here, but it really was wasted on a book filled tiinieblas info dump.


For example, during a combat scene early in the book, a ward is activated, and the fight is interrupted alirnto favor of a lecture about wards. I do like Cassie though, and I thought it was odd that a lot of people that had the same problems as me found her to be annoying.

Touch the Dark (Cassandra Palmer, #1) by Karen Chance

Thank God for Pritkin, he at least is out of that potential harem for sure. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. There were a lot of high octane moments where the characters had to fight for their lives. And, speaking of virgins, females apparently can become quite gifted in fellatio by simply becoming male in an alternate time period and learning tricks of the trade from French prostitutes.

I had also started it like 6 times, but finally the next time I told myself I was going to read this and finish it, damn it. The characterisation is laughable at best, with all the vampires being nothing more than one-note rip-offs of characters other authors previously made up.