From #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward comes an unforgettable story of passion and vengeance set in the Black Dagger Brotherhood world.When Ahmares brother is abducted, there is nothing she wont do to get him back safely. She is unprepared, however, for the lengths she will have to go to save his life. Paired with a dangerous but enticing prisoner, she embarks o...
|Title||:||Prisoner of Night|
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Prisoner of Night Reviews
This was the perfect little snack read while waiting for the main course, Savior, to come in April! I am a massive fan of these characters, Ahmare and Duran, and I really hope we get to visit them again in the BDB world. The absolutely creepy intro sets the tone and feel of this novella for its entirety.
You do not have to have read the previous novels to enjoy Prisoner of Night. It's a great way to get to know Ward’s writing style and a bit of the genre. A perfect way to kick off the new year, b ...more
3.5/5 - *** EDIT ***
Gallery is going to lose readers for Ward and the BDB series. Bad advertising and watered down everything.
I’m concerned that this new publisher is watering down everything great about Ward’s work EXCEPT the language. I’m not impressed. Why are there swords instead of daggers on the covers? Why are the covers weird? Why was the book advertised as a Legacy book on the UK cover and a BDB book in the US?! It’s a damn novella in the BDB world. When the author has to go on social ...more
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
One of my favorite authors, J.R. Ward, released a novella set in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. As this is one of my favorite series by her, I was very intrigued to see what this little treat would be like. I’ve always believed in Ward’s writing, but wondered how her writing would fare with short stories. As you know, her books ...more
Siempre es un gusto volver al mundo de la Hermandad de la Daga Negra y “Prisoner of night” ha sido un caramelito para calmar las ansias y hacer más corta la espera de “The Savior”, el decimoseptimo libro de la saga que saldrá en Abril.
Antes de comenzar a leer este libro tenía una idea equivocada de lo que era, ya que por la información que había leído previamente pensaba que al igual que “Dearest Ivie”, “Prisoner of night” era una novela corta protagonizada por personajes ajenos a la trama de l ...more
Thank you Mrs Ward for another trip in BDB world! We didn't know the characters... but who knows maybe we will see them again in the future!
“You tortured the male I loved for two decades”
What I love mostly in the BDB series is that the heroes and heroines are less than ideal. And they never had an easy life. They have all suffered somehow and they all have survived and surprisingly they joke about it frequently.
Let's think about it.
●The King himself, Wrath, is blind. He has lost his parents growing up. He blames himself because he did not help them.
●Phury is not whole. He has lost his leg to save his brother. He was made fun of th ...more
A love story in the midst of violence and payback.
I never read any of the other books in the series so I am not sure if I was missing something or not. However, to me, this was a standalone. I had no issues following the story.
This book smacks you in the face soon as you start it. It is raw and gruesome in parts, written with such imagery that you almost want to read it in bits and pieces due to the violence. But it also compels you to never put it down!
It’s a story about vamp ...more
Captivating and gut wrenching. Prisoner of the Night is an excellent addition to the Black Dagger series. A story all it's own, but intriguing nonetheless.