The word son strikes through me. And the only thing I regret is not reading this series sooner. Victoria Scott pulled out all the stops in this book. This has to be the key. Boy's got swag for days, indubitably.
He is just the most amazing character and the more I read the more I loved him. Does the electronic version of the book completely replace the paper version? This book was very dark and very fast-paced. Overall, Victoria Scott has a wicked sense of offensive humor and can bring characters to life, but her plots struggle for balance. But what the hell—Dante is sex on a stick and I'll give it to him. It was wonderful getting reunited with all of my favorite characters from this series. Unfortunately, Aspen is stuck in hell. Then I speak so that our lips brush against each another.
Now that I look back on this sentence, it sounds dirty. I like that some attention given his trust issues with his new Boss Man was a logical progression to his history with his parents. I get that your trouser snake is angsty, but keep your temper in check. Dante Walker is a one-of-a-kind character with such a memorable voice and the series was consistently a delight from start to finish. Every time Dante moons over any aspect of Charlie's perfection take three shots. I was totally excited for the end.
Dante is still Dante to the core. I love his cocky bad boy attitude, even though he is not much bad boy anymore. Dante Walker has been through hell. The Warrior continues where The Liberator last left off. But they will fight together until the end. Like a lot of finale books with a war brewing, I was worried the pacing would start out slow with all the action focused on the end. Dante was, by far, the strongest aspect and highlight of this book, of the series rather, and his personality overshadows the rest of story, but in a good way.
But the day of reckoning is fast approaching, and to stand victorious, Dante will have to embrace something inside himself he never has before—faith. First all: I wasn't as much of a fangirl over this series. No, Dante is not the reason although there are times I wanna whack him on the head. And in ways I think that can be said for this one as well but there were some really great moments sprinkled in during the wait that grabbed my attention. For God, anything and everything and more! The Warrior by Victoria Scott War between heaven and hell is coming, but Dante Walker makes it look damn good. The twists and turns, I felt, were pretty good, too.
This is what I like to call a crap storm situation. So why would Big Guy ever want me as a liberator after this war is over? He really has come full circle, even more so in The Warrior. And we enjoyed ourselves fiercely. Kraven has brought in an old professor named Oswald to help decipher the rest of the scroll. There were just a bit of details here and there I could've lived without, so take heed of them if you have little patience. As we have gotten to know him throughout this series, we come to understand why he loathes himself the way he does. Victoria Scott pulled out all the stops in this book.
Despite the fact you apparently have swag. Other characters endured themselves to me but again were not the focus. You gotta love a confident guy with swagger! But it also is a classic tale of good vs. Even if I was a self-centered dick, I was an awesome self-centered dick. Maybe sometimes, that's all it takes.
The third book in Scott's Dante Walker series! Since then I have been dying to see how the series would end. Well they're more like nightmares. Her place in the story still feels forced. But instead, I will try my best to convince you how fantastic this book was, that the whole series was. Dante is fun, powerful and insightful. It is what makes him, him. You are back to the same selfish bastard you were before.
The sirens are out there waiting. I know why he fell in love with her; I just wish she stayed more offbeat. Charlie wraps her arms around my waist, and her fingers clutch my back. And then the final battle… so many feels guys. The Warrior was an intense end to a great series! Lastly, there are so many things happening in this book and many of them very surprising! Not a complete happily ever after but would you really have expected it to be? He's a very interesting person, someone I'd love to read in a book, but would love to hate in real life because he reeks of swag oh, how I hate the word , tactlessness, and arrogance.
When Date appears on the page, you can't help but hold on to every word, though, and action that takes place! I love this book, y'all. I highly think that the strong point of this series is Dante and once again we have the opportunity to see his arrogance, sarcasm and bad boy attitude that makes readers laugh so hard even in the strangest situations. Her bubbly personality pretty much vanished in thin air and she became this hollow, boring shell of what she used to be. They're attacking the Hive any chance they get. I don't want to put any spoilers in here for any of the books but Dante losing who is lost, messed with him and not in a good way like Charlie does. And Aspen, the girl who feels like a sister, is an ordained soldier. Unlocking the Mystery of the Scrolls with Oswald 4.