Dusan

Dusan Dusan is on a feeding frenzy after twenty five years of hibernation As a soul eater he cannot kiss without killing He crosses paths with Aine while being hunted by the Phoenician priest Gregori and

  • Title: Dusan
  • Author: Poppet
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dusan is on a feeding frenzy after twenty five years of hibernation As a soul eater, he cannot kiss without killing.He crosses paths with Aine while being hunted by the Phoenician priest Gregori, and soon discovers Aine is also on the hit list Falling for her fast, while trying to discover why she s also marked for death, the ultimate soul eater s Armageddon is about toDusan is on a feeding frenzy after twenty five years of hibernation As a soul eater, he cannot kiss without killing.He crosses paths with Aine while being hunted by the Phoenician priest Gregori, and soon discovers Aine is also on the hit list Falling for her fast, while trying to discover why she s also marked for death, the ultimate soul eater s Armageddon is about to happen.

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    • Elaina says:

      Dusan (pronounced Dooshun) awakes from long slumber to a world changed. As he grapples with the reality of our technological era, he also needs to rebuild his strength and appease an inner hungerd to this end harvests the souls of innocents. He is an Angel of Death, but doesn’t see himself as one. Dusan believes he is an Angel of Mercyuntil he meets Aine, a human with a heritage, who tells him unequivocally that stealing the souls of the innocent does not help humanity attain a state of peace. [...]

    • S. Burke says:

      Don’t begin reading this book if you intend to put it down and pick it up later. I will bet that you will find it as impossible as I did to do that.Author Poppet takes you gently and then propels you into a journey: not merely a reading experience. The rich characterizations of Dusan, Ashur, Gregori and the beautiful Aine held me captive. The ever present flicker of humor tantalizing and adding to even the bloodiest of encounters.Dusan…Who or what is he? He takes souls from his conquests wit [...]

    • Jennifer says:

      This~Book~Was~Great!!! The Author messaged me and asked me if I would like to read her book and I am not sorry at all that I did. It was a little over 600 pages on my Nook. After I started reading it, before I knew it I was to page 100 then 200, and so on. From the description I thought this was going to be a vampire story and I will be the first to admit I was wrong. Dusan is a soul-eater, per say. To me it seems as it is written as Dusan's voice. Just a head's upAfter a few chapters and with n [...]

    • The Project says:

      When I selected this book to review, I made a mistake. I thought Dusan was a vampire and he isn’t. A soul eater is completely different, more like the Grim Reaper and yet not. I found myself spellbound throughout the entire story. There were even a few times where I found I had overrun my lunch break at work because I couldn’t put the book down.Dusan is part horror, part supernatural, and part fantasy. It makes you re-evaluate what is good and what is evil. It can even make you question what [...]

    • Jade says:

      Dusan is on a feeding frenzy after twenty-five years of hibernation. As a soul eater, he cannot kiss without killing.He crosses paths with Aine while being hunted by the Phoenician priest Gregori, and soon discovers Aine is also on the hit list. Falling for her fast, while trying to discover why she’s also marked for death, the ultimate soul eater’s Armageddon is about to happen.Now, what did I think about Dusan you ask?Creatively Seductive ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥This book was Amazing! Poppet gi [...]

    • Jacob Rayne says:

      The blurb for this one caught my eye after I'd finished Quislings, one of Poppet's other books, and it certainly did not disappoint. It started off quickly, presenting Dusan, a cool and fascinating character who has some unreal talents. The middle of the book was very much concerned with the relationship between Dusan and Aine, which contained some nice phrases and a few good laughs - particularly the doughnuts! The final quarter of the book was the best part, and I found it hard to turn the pag [...]

    • Monique says:

      I love books about the supernatural and Poppet hit the ball right out of the park with Dusan.This book is all at once chock full of supernatural beings along with biblical references supported by historical facts.Poppet's take on the grim reaper is so extraordinary it keeps you glued to each page.The research in this book is so evident that it makes the story seem to be more fact than fiction.Also for those of us who are hopeless romantics there is a love story between Dusan and Aine that satisf [...]

    • Samantha Towle says:

      If you’re looking for a book that will grip you from start to finish then Dusan is the book for you. It’s captivating and original; I was gripped from the very first line. I love Dusan – LOVE him! His ‘no nonsense’ attitude will draw you in ladies, believe me! I have read other books by Poppet and she writes with pure emotion, it literally pours out of the pages and Dusan was no different. It’s descriptive to the point of almost poetic. The relationship between Dusan and Aine comes o [...]

    • Amber says:

      3.5 stars. While the story is mildly entertaining, I found some parts boring. Not my absolute favorite from Poppet, but I really love her twist on vampires. Here you have "vampires" who are really angels who instead of drink blood, they drink souls. I also love her use of religion and the way she molds it and uses it in the paranormal world she create. But I was really annoyed with Dusans arrogance, especially in the beginning. If you are looking for more angel/vampires, check out Poppet's Pravu [...]

    • Bridget says:

      What a ride. Poppet is such a gifted writer. I hate predictable books, and this was anything but. Dusan is hard to define until far into the story. Don't want to spoil it but there is mystery, angels, demons, witches, saints and sinners. You think you have it nailed, but then you don't. Grand in the biblical style, it is a love story of somewhat epic proportions. Aine is a witch with nature as her canvas. She is spotted by Dusan, who finds himself attracted to her inexplicably. He rarely is and [...]

    • Kelly Ashmore-paules says:

      Things to make a great book:Love story (check)Super scary bad guy (check)Hero who saves damsel from super scary bad guy (check)Mutiny in the hero's ranks (check)Divine intervention causing overload of love and sex (check)Surprise in which the hero nearly dies at the had of his love (check)Poppet could not have given this book more qualities or beautiful wording. I will reread this book over and over. It's more than worth the trip down the rabbit hole for this book. Enjoy!

    • Teresa says:

      I soo loved this book. It takes you through so many emotions. You will love these characters, and you will hate these characters. In the end, you will have everything explained and it will leave you wanting so much more from this world!!! Poppet is such a complex writer that has such vivid imagery! I love her books. Recommend this to all.!

    • liirogue says:

      I guess this author isn't for me - just not a book I enjoyed and didn't get very far.

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