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Skin Hunger (A Resurrection of Magic, Book 1)

Skin Hunger - Kathleen Duey I'm not going to rate this book because I just don't want to and I don't feel like rating anything. But this was awesome.I read this slowly. Or rather, erratically. Started this back in Feb, read a few chapters, left. Then picked it up after a few weeks, read it halfway through, abandoned. Read a few pages in the months in between and finally finished it today.Don't know what was going through my head when I felt it. But let's move on.The last hundred pages of this book are the most commendable, IMO. Not only because more stuff happens in those pages than in the entire book but also for the fact that I finally started to care for the side characters as well. I hated Somiss throughout the book, but towards the end I appreciated his character a bit as well. Plus, I really, really like Gerrard now, and when the hell are Gerrard and Hahp going to get it on. On the back of my copy of Sacred Scars, it's written,'...Duey's dark and powerful trilogy.'Those two words describe this novel perfectly. They are subtle yet vicious, the emotions in this book.Man, it's refreshing and unique but at the same time leaves me with a gutted feeling. My stomach feels hollow and I'm scared to start Scared Scars and who knows how long I'll take to finish that one. I can laready predict there won't be a happy ending. Heck, there is no need for prediction, it is glaringly obvious once you start the book that shit is gonna go down and for the first time, i want shit to go down but at the same time don't want it to hit the characters.