From Darkness to Darkness

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The Black Oligarch is dead. Some call his replacement a boy, others call him a threat. Cole lost everything the night he became Oligarch: his family, his home… even Jonah. Now he’s alone, left only with painful memories and the power to destroy the Five Lands. When Dylan is sent to help him, Cole finds they have much in common. Can Dylan help Cole find his way out of the darkness and back to love? More

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About Jay Bell

Jay Bell never gave much thought to Germany until he met a handsome foreign exchange student. At that moment, beer and pretzels became the most important thing in the world. After moving to Germany and getting married, Jay found himself desperate to communicate the feelings of love and alienation that surrounded this decision. He's been mashing laptop keys ever since.

Jay is a Lambda Literary Award winner and a fairly bad dancer. He also thinks that you're really cool. Seriously.

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Review by: Creo on Aug. 06, 2013 :
This is a great addition to the Loka series. Jay has an ability to richly paint his characters giving them life to the reader. Having read most of his works, this was my favourite series. It's nice to read gay fiction that positively depicts relationships with well rounded characters. The story (whilst jumping about at times), pulls together and creates a fluid and engaging series of events and it's always nice to have a story that ends well!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Blue on Feb. 27, 2013 :
This is an enjoyable follow up to "The Cat in the Cradle" and explores a little more of the Loka world. Whilst "The Cat in the Cradle" is perfectly enjoyable standalone read, "From Darkness to Darkness" does answer a couple of questions left over from the first book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: j c on Sep. 14, 2012 :
This book is the sequel to " The Cat in the Cradle". it continues where the first book left off. This book is quite good. The charactors experience alot. I do not want to give too much away. If you read the first book and enjoyed it, I think you will like this one too. It is a little shorter than the first. JC
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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