Prisoner of Night

Prisoner of Night

by J. R. Ward

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ISBN-13: 9781501195174
Publisher: Gallery Books
Publication date: 01/07/2019
Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 310
Sales rank: 60
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

J.R. Ward is the author of more than thirty novels, including those in her #1 New York Times bestselling Black Dagger Brotherhood series. There are more than fifteen million copies of her novels in print worldwide, and they have been published in twenty-six different countries around the world. She lives in the South with her family.

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Prisoner of Night 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous 14 days ago
I adore everything from J.R. Ward, and this novella is no different. I laughed, I cried, I screamed at characters that can't hear me (though the neighbors certainly could). Highly recommended.
Anonymous 13 days ago
Great book and i can't wait for more. Im hooked on BDB
Anonymous 14 days ago
Her work is amazing!
Anonymous 2 hours ago
Not her normal great writing. It was an ok story but it did not have the substance or thrill that her other boxes have. And not just because it wasn’t really about the brotherhood. It wasn’t awful but it wasn’t anything I’d read again.
Anonymous 2 days ago
This book is set in the BDB world but not about them. Ahmare, whose parents were killed during the Lesser raids, has come to Chalen’s fortress to free her brother, Ahlan who has resorted to dealing and using drugs since their parents deaths and has supposedly cheated Chalen. Chalen, formerly of the Bloodletters camp, changes the rules on Ahmere upon her arrival demanding she retrieve his beloved with the help of another prisoner, Duran, who has been imprisoned and tortured for over two decades. JR Ward has crafted a story in which Duran that must decide between his decades long desire for revenge, prepared to sacrifice himself or following his heart. She shows the struggle of a Ahmere who has to do bad things for noble reasons , following how she makes sense of what she did, why she did it and how do she moves on from there. If you are a lover of all things BDB, this is a must read. If you are looking for a novel about vampires, this will leave you disappointed because that is not the focus of this story. If you are looking for a well written story that engages your intellect, this will NOT disappoint and I encourage you to read it. For the BDB fans, I excitedly awaiting Murdhers story too. JR Ward provides a tease at the end of the book.
Anonymous 8 days ago
The book is being advertised as 310 pages, in fact it is only 210. Should let consumers know the true size.
Anonymous 12 days ago
As always....a great read. Was it weird that I started reading with a paper plate of oreos and a glass of milk? Whoa!!
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Anonymous 13 days ago
Written so well, I can't put the books down!
Anonymous 14 days ago
The Warden has done it again with great romance and deep emotions along the way. One can't help but root for her excellent characters.
Anonymous 15 days ago
Loved this book, especially the Oreos!
Anonymous 2 days ago
Not really a BDB book. Only mentioned Wrath in passing. But a good story, just false advertising.
Anonymous 5 days ago
Great, short read.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Very disappointing, boring and frankly just not up to par!
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Anonymous 8 days ago
Love this series, love this author. Grabs you right off the page and drags you inside the story every single time.
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Sailon 10 days ago
Prisoner of Night is a quick novella length read that packs a punch. Ward submerses the reader into her story telling with dark and graphically descriptive circumstances that will make the light-hearted reader cringe. That being said, I wouldn't have wanted to miss this shorter additions to the Black Dagger Brotherhood world. Fast paced, bone chilling, goose-bump raising, and a perfect example of why J.R. Ward is the queen of storytelling. I received this ARC copy of Prisoner of Night from Gallery. This is my honest and voluntary review.
MelWilder 10 days ago
Huge fan of this series. Even though this is part of the Black Dagger Brotherhood story, it has nothing to do with the brothers themselves. I liked that she is showing other parts of this world. I would love to read more about the history of this cult or the seedier side of this world.. Well written....I had a hard time putting it down.
Anonymous 11 days ago
If there was only one vampire series allowed, The Black Dagger Brotherhood should be it!!! The side stories like this one and The Story of Son add a prospective that rounds out the amazing tales of the brotherhood, their families, and satellite characters. These stories are AMAZING!!!
Anonymous 13 days ago
I can’t wait for the next book.