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I loved it. Left some unanswered questions and I like that. I liked the character a lot and felt I could relate to him, other than the burnout, ex-drug addict part. :>) If you liked "The Constant Gardener" (John Le Carre') and "The Ghost" (Robert Harris), then you'll love "The Dark Fields" (or, as it's known in the movie world, "Limitless"). I'd like to find out which of these three was written first, but you would only understand why I want to know that if you read the book. I think the author must have spent time teaching English in Italy, just based on some of the references his character makes, which I found interesting for my own personal reasons. :>)
I loved this book. The last couple of BDB books were 4 star reads, but I felt that JR Ward is going in a really interesting direction in this one. I love the addition of the Band of Bastards and Assail as new players in the series. And the all the differing storylines were kept pretty tight. Tohr and No'One's story (who becomes Autumn) was absolutely beautiful. John and Xhex bothered me a little but I've never been as enamored of them as others are. And Layla, Quinn and Blay are also interesting sideline stories. This is a very long book for PNR/UF but it never really lets up in its intensity. Great job!!