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on Nov. 06, 2011 :
Technically 2.5, but I rounded Heart of Scars is worthy of a rounding up rather than down.
Heart of Scars, Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter, after the high I felt with the first book Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter, was a bit of a let down. Don't get me wrong, it's still worthy of a read, but...I didn't like who Sylvester had become and he's the main character. I know he has issues from back when he was a child and watched a werewolf kill his father and then being raised/trained to hunt them...I get that, but he was so honorable and noble in the first book (yes, with some flaws) and in Heart of Scars he's changed so drastically. He's violent and vicious toward everyone, not just the creatures he has sworn to slay. That's my biggest issues with this book and I realize other readers may not feel the same as I and that's why I do what I do.
The rest of Heart of Scars was spot on with detail. The settings were visual and stunningly intricate. Brian P Easton, also, knows how to pack a punch...or should I say write a punch? The action is tangible. I swear I could "feel" the pain that characters when through as they were slaughtered and maimed. It was awesome!
(reviewed long after purchase)