- By Connie Suttle

Destroyer

  • Title: Destroyer
  • Author: Connie Suttle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: None
  • Destroyer Legend of the Ir Indicti Those who currently call themselves King and Queen of the Elemaiya can t read those medallions and never knew how to use them properly I should go Griffin unfolded his tall

    Legend of the Ir Indicti 5 Those who currently call themselves King and Queen of the Elemaiya can t read those medallions and never knew how to use them properly I should go Griffin unfolded his tall frame from the deck chair and stretched Be careful Griffin disappeared Yeah Sure Easy for you to say Ashe lifted the sleeve covering his left arm and gingerly touLegend of the Ir Indicti 5 Those who currently call themselves King and Queen of the Elemaiya can t read those medallions and never knew how to use them properly I should go Griffin unfolded his tall frame from the deck chair and stretched Be careful Griffin disappeared Yeah Sure Easy for you to say Ashe lifted the sleeve covering his left arm and gingerly touched the eight gold medallions circling his biceps At least they weren t as tender against his skin as they d first been When they d first appeared, he could barely stand to touch them, and it was worse if someone else tried Am I supposed to read these things, now, to get back what I lost Ashe shook his head in bewilderment This just gets worse as it goes along Ashe is faced with a weakness in his genetic makeup as he learns of a greater force that is determined to eliminate him or turn him away from his chosen path Will those around him fall while he makes a dangerous choice

    1 thought on “Destroyer

    1. Ashe doesn't have a nice quite life. He is a teenager who has a power like no other and who is being hunted because of it. Everyone want a piece of him: the government, vampires, werewolves and those are "the good guys" as well as Dark and Bright Elemaiya who just simply want to kill him. Abandoned by his parents and loosing his best friend because of unfounded prejudice Ashe tries to find himself and understand what he is and what that means to him, his friends and family and what does it mean [...]

    2. That. Was. WonderfulWell. The end made me cry. I'm not sure if I'm crying because it was a great ending, or because it ended and I didn't want it to. I could live in this series FOREVER. Top three. This author just hit high on my list. Very high.

    3. The BOMBConnie Suttle has imagination, story-telling gifts and genius to create such amazing worlds. Read them all. And look up her web pages.

    4. Another excellent Connie Suttle series. I was wery, wery impatient to start reading God Wars after I finished Blood Destiny, but I menaged to control myself, and wait for High Demon, and Ir'indicti. I have to admit that I almost skipped Ir'indicti after I read High Demon, I thougth- what else is there to be read on this series, but now I'm glad I didn't skip Ir'indicti 'cause it is an excellent series, and it explains so much that is left unexplained in Blood Destiny. Blood Destiny, Ir'indicti a [...]

    5. Shit when Sali died i choked on my eggs and wept on the rest of them (still ate them tho)I liked Lissa a lot, and her series is quite eventful and i love the characters alot so everytime one pops up in this series it was like being reunited with an old friend. I did have a violent urge to smack Wlodek around quite a lot. Sadly they repeated all their past mistakes.I wasnt sold on the first book, cos i wasnt really sure what was going on and i only decided to read it to feed my Lissa & Co add [...]

    6. I enjoyed the story of the Might Hand.This showed how Ashe went though hoop after hoop and yet he did not give up and accept defeat. He made as many things as he could right, even in books it's depicted that humans destroy what they don't understand or can control. The Vampire Council recalling his father and not renewing the marriage of his parent made things even worst for Ashe. Ashe's father Aedan altered his mother mind to forget him so that the council would give up on try to get it son but [...]

    7. What a wonderful end to a brilliant end to a lovely series. Over the last five books we've seen Ashe grow to become the man we come to love in different Connie Suttle series. How wonderful that this series brings us the background to so many story lines in the other books. A lovely series in its own right and as with all this author's series, make sure you read them in order. Or the full booklist and the publishing dates, which give you the order, go to :subtledemon/bibliographyp

    8. Well from what I have read in the comments this is the final Ashe story. Sorry to hear that but was a great series. I also hope as others do that Ashe will grace the other series by Connie as they all tie together.I was disappointed as I felt the story was brief, short and it felt very rushed. Its great Ashe found happiness sort of but it could have been more I feel. The book needed filling.

    9. I've loved this series and the way that all Connie's books link characters together. Ashe is a fantastic character one of my faves. I did get a little lost with the number and names of characters during the first half of the book but certainly loved the ending which had a few moments that I just had to stop reading for a mo and digest what was happening.

    10. Another great story! A lot of things happen that give you more insight into the other series by the author. It's nice to see what happens with a couple of characters and that a couple of others are re-introduced.

    11. I was glad things have somewhat work out for Ashe. Some of the secrets reveled was jaw dropping. Even though this was the last book in this series I hope other series from Connie will uncover more of Ashe's secrets. Great book from start to finish.

    12. Wow !!!!!What an ending! Fantastic ! Ashe meets his destiny and saves his world. Amazing book, almost impossible to put down once started

    13. Great endingI like how all the series tie in. I wonder what is going to happen next. I mean no offense Ashe is still new,at his powers.

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