Crimson

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Crimson

Crimson On the run from their enemies hunted by the law they once dedicated their lives to werewolves Morgan Hunter and Gina Red Santiago have no choice they must enter the outlaw territories in order to di

  • Title: Crimson
  • Author: Jordan Summers
  • ISBN: 9780765359162
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the run from their enemies, hunted by the law they once dedicated their lives to, werewolves Morgan Hunter and Gina Red Santiago have no choice they must enter the outlaw territories in order to disappear completely from society With only themselves to trust, they must somehow navigate this No Man s Land full of outlawed Others and dangerous nomadic tribes.LosinOn the run from their enemies, hunted by the law they once dedicated their lives to, werewolves Morgan Hunter and Gina Red Santiago have no choice they must enter the outlaw territories in order to disappear completely from society With only themselves to trust, they must somehow navigate this No Man s Land full of outlawed Others and dangerous nomadic tribes.Losing themselves in this arid wasteland would be easy, but Morgan and Red know that the only way they can regain their life together is by turning the tables on the man who is hunting them destroying his plans to rule the united territories once and for all.

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      Published :2018-08-16T11:58:47+00:00

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    1. Barbara ★ on said:

      I greatly enjoyed this trilogy. Just enough action to satisfy but not overwhelm. In this one, Red and Morgan are on the run in "No Man's Land" from Roark Montgomery who is trying to kill them because they know things that would wreck his political career. I enjoyed seeing Red and Morgan surviving all odds out in the vast desert and meeting new and violent unknowns. It was interesting to see how they made it through the desert and how they interacted with these former enemies of Red. I loved Raph [...]

    2. Teresa on said:

      Wow, I loved this book. Non-stop action until the bitter end! And what an ending it was!! Not sure if this is the last book, but it seems like it. Looking forward to more stuff from Jordan Summers. :-D

    3. Jean on said:

      I did not like this book nor book 2 of this Trilogy.Gina acted like a child constantly asking Morgan obvious questions.I could care less about Raphael and Catherine but with stretching the story line into three books, I guess the author had to write about someoneBook 3 was more about Raphael and Catherine instead of Gina and Morgan.Whenever the book went to Gina, the author kept pointing out her inadequateness and her failures."once again her inability to control her Other was putting them in da [...]

    4. Darcy on said:

      Forced to become outlaws Red and Morgan are on the run and ready to head into no man's land, where there is no law, bands of unknowns, and anything goes. Roark is still determined to see them dead to in order to not have them ruin is political changes to reunite the Republics, like in the time before the last war and to ensure a pureblood society. Red and Morgan find help with the bands of unknowns until word of a bounty on their heads makes the rounds, then it is every man for himself. In the m [...]

    5. T. on said:

      Crimson was a very satisfying ending for the Dead World series (preceded by Red,#1 and Scarlet,#2). It is refreshing to read a 3-volume series that really ends on the third book! Red and Hunter are part of a post-apocalyptic future where the existence of Werewolves and Vampires (Others) is hidden by a government that created them as super warriors for a long-forgotten war. The Others were supposedly destroyed after their usefulness was over, but at least one settlement survived outside the fring [...]

    6. Bernard DeLeo on said:

      In the third saga of the ‘Deadworld’ series, Morgan Hunter, Gina ‘Red’ Santiago, and a vampire named Demery as a guide enter ‘no man’s land’ trying to find evidence to clear their names. Their nemesis, Roark Montgomery seems untouchable. To make matters worse Demery plans to guide them into the clutches of a nomadic tribe called the Sand Moles who drink the blood of ‘Others’ like Red and Morgan as ransom for someone he loves. No man’s land is home to the most vicious criminal [...]

    7. Jackie on said:

      In this third and final book the death count was high, the bloodshed was rampant, the action violent and the conclusion satisfying if not exactly earth shattering.Red will long be remembered as will Morgan, Raphael and a host of lesser characters who made up the cast of Dead World trilogy.There is always something bittersweet when you reach the end of a story arc, a sense of completion as well but it is hard to say goodbye when you have lived in the characters heads for a few days or so.Hope to [...]

    8. Sarah on said:

      This book neatly wrapped up the story line. The world is great and there is plenty of opportunity for writing additional stories about many of the characters that we were introduced to.Red and Morgan are on the run in no-man's land. They have to figure out a way to clear their names and get back to the republics. Along the way, they meet several new friends. Will Red and Morgan be able to survive Roark and Michael? Raphael and Catherine/Chaos' relationship heats up as well.Still gritty, overtly [...]

    9. Kelly on said:

      I've now finished this series, not sure why I hadn't got on with it sooner, it's been 2 years [at least since I had first read Red]. I steamed through Scarlet last week and have now finished Crimson.A good conclusion to the series, it was a griping at the end and really struggled to put it down for the night.I might read more from this author as this series was pretty good.

    10. Kelly on said:

      This was a good, final installment for the Dead World trilogy. The pace was good and there was a definite sense of conclusion for most of the characters. People lived, people died, things changed. I hope Summers returns to this fascinating world in the future.

    11. Shannon on said:

      Really enjoyed this small series, wish their would have been more but love them never the less

    12. Emily on said:

      A great ending to this series. Red stayed true to herself throughout this series and there was some really great integration of the other characters.

    13. Stacy on said:

      Great final book for the series! I enjoyed reading the series as a whole. Lots of action, people dying, people falling in love. Great series all together

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