Book Review: At Grave’s End (Night Huntress Series #3)

<a href=”; style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img alt=”At Grave’s End (Night Huntress, #3)” border=”0″ src=”; /></a><a href=””>At Grave’s End</a> by <a href=””>Jeaniene Frost</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />

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This may be my favorite book in the series, for a few reasons. A lot of the characters we’ve only just “met” before have a larger role so we “get to know them”, as it were. Vlad is introduced (He becomes a fave of mine. I really enjoy his and Bones’ dislike of one another). There’s a lot of action in this one. It seems like something is constantly going down. And I don’t mean sexy time action. This book might have the least amount of sex in the whole series; however, the emotion and passion in this one are so intense, the sex scenes are practically unmissed.


This may be the only romance that has ever made me tear up. When Cat thinks she’s lost Bones, it’s pretty devastating. Not to mention Bones’ other friends’ reactions.

The zombie fight scene: awesome. Though it does get a little jumbled and hard to follow in places. Like maybe the author got so swept up in her own imaginings of it, she couldn’t quite relay it in words.

I really liked how all the characters were so distraught after they lost their friends in the zombie battle. It seems like a lot of authors would have used that as a “yeah lets get revenge!” motivator. But all the characters were truly grieving for their fallen brethren.

Patra was too easily killed. She’s over 2000 years old. You mean to tell me all they had to do was find her and have some wraiths beat her up then stab her? That’s it? It kind of pisses you off seeing as Mencheres could have dispatched her so easily this whole time and a couple of dozen people would never have had to die. F*ck you, Mencheres.

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