[Epub] ↠ Dark Masquerade (Black Earth, #3) Author David N. Alderman – Thomashillier.co.uk

Dark Masquerade (Black Earth, #3) Darkness Has Engulfed The World, And The Nightmare Has BegunTwo Weeks Have Passed Since Nathan Pierce Battled The Great Witch, Evanescence, And Rescued Pearl From Her Mother S Corrupt Influence Nathan Now Finds Himself Inhabiting A Mall In Northern California With Members Of Absolute S Rebellion, Holding Onto Hope That His Sister, Daisy, Hasn T Been Executed For Treason Yet And Keeping A Watchful Eye On Pearl An Immortal Girl Branded With A Black Key Mark That Could Unlock Destruction Upon The Earth When A Stranger Strolls In From The Darkness With A Lead On Daisy S Whereabouts, Nathan Sets Off On A Journey Into The Broken Lands To Find Her But To Save His Doomed Sibling, Nathan Must Maneuver Through A Horrifying Landscape Of Terrifying Creatures And Violence, Dodging Both The President Of The United States And Legion An Alien Entity Intent On Destroying The World.


About the Author: David N. Alderman

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10 thoughts on “Dark Masquerade (Black Earth, #3)

  1. says:

    Survival is a struggle, so much so that luck and fast thinking plays a higher role in who will make it out alive than preparation Nathan Pierce, Macayle, members of Absolute s Rebellion, and Pearl, Nathan s girlfriend, know this for a fact They ve been hanging low in the previously deserted Westgate Mall Plaza for a little over a week Though they ve taken many measures to protect themselves from the demons, the president, and everyone else out to murder them and there are many groups who would do anything to see Nathan and Pearl dead that doesn t mean they can expect to safely live in the Mall for long Unfortunately, when danger finally does come, it comes in doubles.When a mysterious man tells Nathan that there are people in a town 15 miles away who know where Daisy, his sister, will be executed, Nathan is instantly determined to go to that town However, just as Nathan is starting to create a plan, he learns that the strange sounds many people in the mall have complained about are coming from the Legion demonic aliens vessel that landed oddly in the Best Buy next to where everyone is staying Unlike other vessels, its landing didn t crea...


  2. says:

    Black Earth Dark Masquerade is the 3rd book in Alderman s Black Earth Series This novel contains violence and cursing than the previous 2 books but it is an excellent book overall It starts out with Nathan still looking for his sister, Daisy, and it explains in great detail how the earth has dramatically changed for the worse since book 2 ended The author really does a great job painting visuals with his words as he opens up this third book The imagery and articulation the author uses makes it very clear as to the environment the author is trying to create The story line is great and the character development is very good but my favorite thing about the book is the author s writing style Alderman s ability to articulate scenes and situations in his writings simultaneously in chapters and then intertwining the stories writing in later chapters is unparalleled to any other author I have read He did it great in his first 2 books and does it just as well if not better in his 3rd book.I like the way the author lays out each chapter The book is laid out beautifully to intertwine the story through the multiple characters The Black Earth series is very character heavy and this novel is not different however, this book starts to bring all the story lines together and really explains the history behind each character The reader starts to understand why certain things happen the way they did in previous books You really start to understand ...


  3. says:

    Not as good as either of the two previous books It requires discussing heavy spoilers though, so the review is marked.Nathan s search for Daisy is about to be resolved Meanwhile Griffin, Heather, and Joseph find that the Land of the Seven Moons isn t all that keen on giving up the immortal killing weapon Shadowbanish Vector s chief reveals a surprising secret, and the assasin Shaonna isn t quite done with her quest to kill Strangeways Silver Sin takes the first steps to a dark destiny as well.The problem with the book is that it wastes a lot of time on characters that there s little reason to care about, and adds situations where it should be resolving them or working with what they have The land of the Seven Moons is just there to provide Shadowbanish and remove some people, and it s really not needed It would be one thing if the three tried to convince the monks to join the fight, or the monks would pursue them, but it could have been handled better.There s other scenes like this too Was it really necessary to make the head of Vector yet another space alien from another planet Why is so much space dedicated to Shoanna s multiple deaths and revives The first time was okay, but after the repeated attempts to kill Silver only to fail due to deus ex machina, it got a little old.Same with the Soul Eater Impressive beastie, but we d...


  4. says:

    The third book of the Black Earth series really starts to advance the action The world is crumbling with only certain areas that are even able to see the sun any, there are lighthouses that shoot beams that cause violent insanity, and the President of the US has implemented a plan to give herself power on a global scale I really enjoyed this chapter of the series as there are certain elements that are beginning to get an explanation, such some background on the man in red who is holding Daisy while she waits for her execution The christian theme is also becoming a bit pronounced as the story develops That is not to say that this is what you would normally consider to be a religious story, but the relationship that some of the characters are developing with God is becoming apparent There is a lot of violence and other adult situations that may turn some readers away, but the underlying message of faith is still pretty apparent to those willing to read.The story takes place following the characters that have been introduced in the first two books, but they have separated for the most part leading to a fair amount of scene jumping This honestly had me a bit confused at first since it has been a while since I read either of the first two books in the series I did pick up everything pretty quickly once I started to get pulled into the story though The flow of the book was excellent and had me locked into the story after the int...


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