Series Reading Order: Immortal Guardians

dianne duvallThis is the reading order for the Immortal Guardians series by Dianne Duvall:

*Denotes short story/ novella


  1. Amanda Mayberry says:

    I am on the 2nd book in this series, I have a few complaints but overall it’s not going to stop me from finishing the series. There are times where it feels like the author is shoving a lifestyle down your throat. I read this genre to step out of my day-to-day life so when the author repeatedly, paragraph after paragraph is talking about organic foods and heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, and Alzheimer’s and different things like that from not eating right and healthy. You can bet if she mentions anything about food it’s going to say organic, it makes me just ugh and then to top it off if I read the car brand Tesla again it’s like the word of the day on Pee-wee Herman and everyone screams because she says it over and over and over and over to the point where I have to stop and set the book down. I get it, these are things that she’s passionate about and everyone should be, our environment, our bodies, organic foods, electric cars, but again I read this type of books to get my mind off the times where I have to stand at the sink and wash out tin cans for the recyclables or shampoo bottles or I have to go to the grocery store and preach to the people in line about how they shouldn’t use plastic bags. I don’t want to think about that when I I’m trying to get away from all the worries of everyday life. If she wants to write something like that she needs to maybe write a self-help book on how to live more environmentally savvy or maybe an organic cookbook. It’s not just a couple of lines on driving a Tesla and eating organic, it’s chapters. Maybe 15 to 20% of the books. The books have a great plot, appealing romance, and a little action. If you can get past be repetitive information about how to live more environmentally sound and it is repetitive then the books are quite enjoyable. Again, I’m not going to stop reading the series, I just hope that it’s not so heavy in the rest of the series. She has definitely worn out the words organic and Tesla in the first two books!

    • Jen at Red Hot Books says:

      LOL!!!! I felt the same way about this when I read these early books. In my first review, I said, “My only complaint was an overindulgence in everyone’s love of a super-healthy diet. There’s only so much praise I need to hear about organic foods, tofurky, and clean eating. I may have rolled my eyes once or twice. But otherwise, I was all on board the Immortal Guardians train.”

      I did really enjoy the series, though. I hope you do too.

  2. Aniruddha Biswas says:

    I love fantasy genre. This book gives me my dose of
    1) Inhuman characters
    2) Action (though lacks some details & gore)
    3) Romance
    4) Profanity (lol)
    Since I read these types of stories for purely entertainment & stress busting purpose I never ever try to find/follow any sort motivation, life style or personal development lessons etc.
    Ha ha ha, it’s really funny to see that some reviewers are somewhat disturbed by the organic lifestyle & “save the earth” type of campaign by the author. My only advice to them will be (if they are not in desperate need of any life altering guidance from these types of stories) to just enjoy the story, have fun & then after finishing the series forget it & go on to the next story (obviously a diff story/series/author).

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