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I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irrev I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irreverent whelp William the Ever Randy; a candid discussion about the Lords of the Underworld among their women; answers to questions readers have been dying to know; and an intimate look at my very own sacred scrolls. As I said, you will read and you will enjoy. That is your mission. Nay, your honor. Do not disappoint me. You will not like the results. Just ask Aeron, keeper of the demon of Wrath. Bad things tend to happen. This Lords of the Underworld guide is also available in the anthology Into the Dark.


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I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irrev I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irreverent whelp William the Ever Randy; a candid discussion about the Lords of the Underworld among their women; answers to questions readers have been dying to know; and an intimate look at my very own sacred scrolls. As I said, you will read and you will enjoy. That is your mission. Nay, your honor. Do not disappoint me. You will not like the results. Just ask Aeron, keeper of the demon of Wrath. Bad things tend to happen. This Lords of the Underworld guide is also available in the anthology Into the Dark.

30 review for The Darkest Facts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Exina

    The Darkest Facts appears in print in Dark Beginnings and Into the Dark. The Darkest Facts contains: - Behind the Scenes: Creating the Lords of the Underworld - At home with the Lords of the Underworld - Round table: the women of the underworld speak - Frequently asked questions - Sneak peek of The Darkest Passion - The Sacred Scrolls - Glossary of Characters and Terms My full review. The Darkest Facts appears in print in Dark Beginnings and Into the Dark. The Darkest Facts contains: - Behind the Scenes: Creating the Lords of the Underworld - At home with the Lords of the Underworld - Round table: the women of the underworld speak - Frequently asked questions - Sneak peek of The Darkest Passion - The Sacred Scrolls - Glossary of Characters and Terms My full review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deanna Perkins

    This lovely fun companion guide was written before the release of The Darkest Passion and The Darkest Lies. I’ve read both of them but I still found this to be helpful as well as a fun read. It’s pretty quick to get through and I think worth any avid LOTU fan’s time to check it out. Now I’m just going to talk a little bit about each section you get… Twenty(ish) Questions with Kresley Cole This was a really fun feature in this extras guide. You can see the friendship that Kresley and Gena have an This lovely fun companion guide was written before the release of The Darkest Passion and The Darkest Lies. I’ve read both of them but I still found this to be helpful as well as a fun read. It’s pretty quick to get through and I think worth any avid LOTU fan’s time to check it out. Now I’m just going to talk a little bit about each section you get… Twenty(ish) Questions with Kresley Cole This was a really fun feature in this extras guide. You can see the friendship that Kresley and Gena have and it really seeped off the questions. I absolutely loved hearing about Gena’s favorite Lords, ladies and some up-coming ideas she has for the series (actually quite a few ides!!!!!). I loved finding out which book she loves the best so far and even what demon she would house if she had her choice! It made me giggle and kept me VERY excited about the future of the series. I love that Gena isn’t really a planner with her writing, that she lets things come to her and that is really interesting to think about with how entwined her books really are. It was also fun to hear that she talks to her characters, I know some people don’t understand that, but I think that it shows in Gena’s writing how much she really cares about her characters! Favorite Quote: The second most requested is Torin. And I have a very special lady in mind for him… (is it me??!! Please say it’s me. Ok, maybe not but I can hope can’t I?!) Classified: Files from the Private Records of Dean Stefano, the Hunters’ Second-in-Command This was a fun and clever little section. It was fun to see from the POV of the Hunter’s for a little bit and get a little bit of a refresher on all of the Lords we’ve met so far. I actually found myself smugly laughing and rolling my eyes during some parts of this section with how wrong Stefano is in so may areas when it comes to the Lords. It also made me a little nervous because there were a couple of objectives that had me sweating a little bit…maybe they’ll play a part later in the series maybe they won’t, but you can tell the Hunter’s have done their homework. Favorite Quote: Subject was created, not born, yet has a birthmark on the right side of his buttocks. Small, brown and jagged at the edges. Behind the Scenes: Creating the Lords of the Underworld & Awakening Pandora This section was fun to see all the different ideas that Gena had before getting to the actual story line of the Lords of the Underworlds. She had the ideas of using Pandora’s Box and especially the demon of Death. I actually wouldn’t mind seeing someone write a story about death going to Vegas to collect a soul that ends up being a sexy girl who he falls in love with and marries. Haha, that would be fun. Now about Awakening Pandora, it was the first few chapters of the first book she had really started writing. I didn’t read all of the book only the prologue and chapter 1. It was just hard to get into it knowing that it isn’t ever going to be finished and that Maddox is the first person she talks about and how his woman is supposed to be Farrah…sorry in my mind Maddox is with Ashlyn and that can’t ever change! At Home with the Lords of the Underworld This was very funny and cleverly written. Basically our beloved William interviews all of the Lords and asks them general questions. Some of the answers were completely obvious and didn’t give us any new information but some of the answers were just hilarious. I caught myself giggling a lot. I can’t wait for Williams book now since we are still being set up that he’s going to fall for Gilly. Round Table: The Women of the Underworld Speak This part was also a lot of fun. Gilly ended up asking all of our lovely ladies questions about the guys and it was fun to continue to see all of their individual personalities and some more set-up for Gilly’s relationship. Frequently Asked Questions Great section that actually has answered some of my own questions! I love that Gena is thinking about getting a LOTU butterfly tattoo herself (if she hasn’t already) and I’ve been tossing around the same idea. I’m going to keep looking into it but I was thinking of getting it put on my right rib cage…what do you ladies think? Anyway, that’s off topic, this was a fun section I think everyone who is a fan of the series needs to read! Sneak Peek This was the first little part of The Darkest Passion…since I’ve already read the book I just skipped over it. The Sacred Scrolls So many of us know that Cronus gave the Lords a scroll that contains all the demons who are still out there and have yet to be found. They are supposed to go out and find them all…well be looking for Distrust, Greed, Hate, Indifference, Intolerance, Irresponsibility, Jealousy, Narcissism, Nightmares, Obsession, Selfishness and Strife! Yep that’s 12 MORE demons out there. We do find out about three of them in the next couple of books but that leaves 9 demons unaccounted for!!!!! How exciting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ~*~JenJenBoBin

    "Five Stars made of Awesomeness!!" This is just an awesome FAQ book really helps to keep everything straight in your head (or mine anyway) it also gives you some glimpses inside the minds of other characters it was worth the money for sure... loved the snippets and the character profiles. Sometimes you just wanna remember something about one of the warriors and cannot for the life of you remember... well now just pull this handy dandy out and you will have your answer in no time. A MUST for any t "Five Stars made of Awesomeness!!" This is just an awesome FAQ book really helps to keep everything straight in your head (or mine anyway) it also gives you some glimpses inside the minds of other characters it was worth the money for sure... loved the snippets and the character profiles. Sometimes you just wanna remember something about one of the warriors and cannot for the life of you remember... well now just pull this handy dandy out and you will have your answer in no time. A MUST for any true fan of Lords of the Underworld :)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shawna

    I read this LOTU bonus material/companion guide as part of the Into the Dark anthology, and it includes a funny question/answer section with authors Gena Showalter and Kresley Cole, provides some fun character bios/details, and gives deeper insight into the LOTU series. 4 stars. I read this LOTU bonus material/companion guide as part of the Into the Dark anthology, and it includes a funny question/answer section with authors Gena Showalter and Kresley Cole, provides some fun character bios/details, and gives deeper insight into the LOTU series. 4 stars.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lita Acevedo

    A catch all of stuff. Some fake interviews conducted by William and a "round table" for the women headed by Gilly. A two chapter short involving "Violence" aka Maddox. An interview of Kressly Cole by Gena Showalter and a Q&A section with fans questions answered. It was okay. A catch all of stuff. Some fake interviews conducted by William and a "round table" for the women headed by Gilly. A two chapter short involving "Violence" aka Maddox. An interview of Kressly Cole by Gena Showalter and a Q&A section with fans questions answered. It was okay.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Russell

    This facts book was extremely entertaining and I'm glad Gena wrote it i learned mornin this and I read on before ethis hook because I dodnt know it was even part of the series so now going back to read the novellas before i read book 12 The darkest torment. This facts book was extremely entertaining and I'm glad Gena wrote it i learned mornin this and I read on before ethis hook because I dodnt know it was even part of the series so now going back to read the novellas before i read book 12 The darkest torment.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Bunk

    Absolutely loved the interviews by William with the Lords. Very comical.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bethany Lovell

    Fun companion to the LOTW

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shevvy

    William: Zodiac sign? Aeron: Sign? I’m not holding a sign. My hands are empty.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Steven Weber

    This is not a book. It's just facts about the characters in the Series. Useless. This is not a book. It's just facts about the characters in the Series. Useless.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dani

    Cute little tidbits from the LOTU world. The interviews with William were my favorite! I like having the book about each Lord even if it was written by Dean.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lori Shafer

    A must read. I loved William's interviews. It really helps to see the list of all the characters. I also love the interview with Gena. A must read. I loved William's interviews. It really helps to see the list of all the characters. I also love the interview with Gena.

  13. 5 out of 5

    ❦Oumaima❦

    3,5 stars

  14. 4 out of 5

    Georgina Whittaker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this and I especially loved the interviews with William, but I missed the actual plot lines

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ed Frog

    Nail-biting tension.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brittney Bower

    read from into the dark

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

    Good companion to the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dillon Ratings

    AWESOME READ! Page turner!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lea

    The story is very current.

  20. 4 out of 5

    UltraMeital

    This is an awesome idea. Really happy I got my hand on it. You know how it is with these kind of Paranormal Series, after a while you kinda forgot what was "that guy's" problem, or who was his love interest, or maybe what was his special ability / curse etc. After ten (and more) books it meshes in together, especially as most of us read more that one Paranormal series and all the characters get mixed up in our head... So having this guild helps put order in our head especially when there's a new This is an awesome idea. Really happy I got my hand on it. You know how it is with these kind of Paranormal Series, after a while you kinda forgot what was "that guy's" problem, or who was his love interest, or maybe what was his special ability / curse etc. After ten (and more) books it meshes in together, especially as most of us read more that one Paranormal series and all the characters get mixed up in our head... So having this guild helps put order in our head especially when there's a new book out and you want to remind yourself of some details before or during a read (that was probably a year away from the previous one). This is why I made the "Series Pages" in my blog actually.. I realized that I forgot too many details as time goes by. So as I was building the Series Page for the Lords of the Underworld I used this guild to add up all the important details about each of the Lords. I'm not sure why I didn't write my review of this one after I read it (and build the series page) must have slipped my mind with all the writing I did for the blog but well, I'm getting to it now! Especially since next I'll be reading "The Darkest Touch" - Torin's (long awaited!!!) book. I got this book in a compilation with 2 short novellas in the series - The Darkest Fire & The Darkest Prison - called "Into the Dark" but now you can also buy each one of those separately. The book contains an interview between Gena and Kresley Cole, a LOT of information about each and every Lord, Gena explaining how she got started with this series, interviews with the Lords, chit-chat with the women beside the Lords, FAQ, missing demons from Pandora's Box and a general glossary of characters and terms. Really a great and informative but also fun guild, recommended to the series junkies (like me :)) More Reviews HERE

  21. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    An interesting reference book on all things Dark Lords. Below are listed the various ‘chapters’ involved. This came out just before ‘The Darkest Passion’, so only includes information before that. Contents: a cute command from Cronus to read this book. Twenty(ish) Questions with Kresley Cole. An interview of Gena Showalter by Ms. Cole. This is a basically just a compliment fest between the two author/friends. Get a room. Classified. First a short rate from Dean Stefano about why the Hunters are An interesting reference book on all things Dark Lords. Below are listed the various ‘chapters’ involved. This came out just before ‘The Darkest Passion’, so only includes information before that. Contents: a cute command from Cronus to read this book. Twenty(ish) Questions with Kresley Cole. An interview of Gena Showalter by Ms. Cole. This is a basically just a compliment fest between the two author/friends. Get a room. Classified. First a short rate from Dean Stefano about why the Hunters are right. Then a through FBI-style description of each of the Lords for the Hunters. Doesn’t tell us much new. Behind the Scenes. Ms. Showalter tells us why she wrote the series. She says that she just ‘let the characters do whatever they want’. While I do that someone in my writing, the author still needs to maintain some discipline or you end up with plot confusion. That’s what I’ve been seeing a lot of in the more recent books. Included in the above is the ‘Awakening Pandora’ story that first initiated the series. It’s an interesting short story (about 4 chapters). I left wanting to know what happens next. At Home with the Lords of the Underworld. William interviews each the Lords. He uses the same questions with each and while there are some interesting details, most is boring. Maddox is particular obsessed with Ashlyn. Round Table. Same as above though with Gilly interviewing the ladies. (Remember this is before ‘Darkest Passion’ so there are only the first six (with legion). They’re a little more interesting than the guys. Frequently Asked Questions. Ms. Showalter answers her 10 most FAQs. Sneak Peak. Chapter two of the Darkest Passion. The Sacred Scrolls. Cronus’ short list of other mission demons. The Lords of the Underworld series. Short synopsis of each book so far.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru

    Synopsis: I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irreverent whelp William the Ever Randy; a candid discussion about the Lords of the Underworld among their women; answers Synopsis: I, Cronus, King of the Titans, powerful warrior god, defender of the people, hereby command you to read and enjoy this Lords of the Underwold guide. I am not mentioned nearly enough, but that is neither here nor there. What you will find in this guide includes: notes from those vile fools, the Hunters; interviews with the Lords of the Underworld, as organized by that irreverent whelp William the Ever Randy; a candid discussion about the Lords of the Underworld among their women; answers to questions readers have been dying to know; and an intimate look at my very own sacred scrolls. As I said, you will read and you will enjoy. That is your mission. Nay, your honor. Do not disappoint me. You will not like the results. Just ask Aeron, keeper of the demon of Wrath. Bad things tend to happen. This Lords of the Underworld guide is also available in the anthology Into the Dark. My Thoughts: This was cute. It is in no way necessary for understanding anything about the Lords of the Underworld series. There's an interview between Showalter and fellow author Kresley Cole which was nice. Then, there were some dossiers on each of the Lords that are a part of that asshole Hunter dude's files. We also got some words from Gena about how the series was birthed along with some chapters from that initial attempt. There were some FAQs and my favorite part, interviews of each of the Lords by William as well as interviews of the women as a group by Gilly. Apparently, there's some interest in William on Gilly's part and possibly some interest in her on his? I never got this impression while reading the books, but those interviews sure make things seem that way. We then got a glossary of terms and characters and chapter 2 of The Darkest Passion. All in all, not bad, but not something that absolutely must be read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christa

    If you love the Lords of the Underworld series, then you will love this companion guide. If you haven't read the series, then this companion won't really be of any interest to you. It contains inside information on the information gathered by the Hunters, the nemesis group slash completely insane group out to kill the Lords, a cute interview with Gena Showalter and Kresley Cole, another section of interviews with the character William and the rest of the Lords and a sneak peek into the next book If you love the Lords of the Underworld series, then you will love this companion guide. If you haven't read the series, then this companion won't really be of any interest to you. It contains inside information on the information gathered by the Hunters, the nemesis group slash completely insane group out to kill the Lords, a cute interview with Gena Showalter and Kresley Cole, another section of interviews with the character William and the rest of the Lords and a sneak peek into the next book in the series, The Darkest Lie. The interview with Showalter and Kresley was excellent. It was good to see her thought process and how she created the characters. It's quite an ingenious series, very creative and her writing style seems to improve with each book. Also, if you're a Lords fan, you will love the interview with William and the other Lords. However, I didn't care for the women for some reason, maybe because Legion, Aeron's demon companion/buddy from hell was there she's definitely not his girlfriend), but either way I highly recommend it for all Lords fans.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Natalia

    So this isn't really a novel or anything but it was sooo funny!!! Anyway, it has facts about the Lords from Dean Stefano--I love the Achilles Heel sub-heading. Since they were all like "_________ seems to have particular attachment to the female ________ " Though this only goes up to the time just after Sabin and Gwen. Aeron feels this 'weird' presence though has no idea what it is. My favourite part had to be Williams interview with all the Lords, I was literally laughing the whole way through, e So this isn't really a novel or anything but it was sooo funny!!! Anyway, it has facts about the Lords from Dean Stefano--I love the Achilles Heel sub-heading. Since they were all like "_________ seems to have particular attachment to the female ________ " Though this only goes up to the time just after Sabin and Gwen. Aeron feels this 'weird' presence though has no idea what it is. My favourite part had to be Williams interview with all the Lords, I was literally laughing the whole way through, even with Cameo's interview!!! That there is saying something. I didn't enjoy the novella or prequel to the LOTU series 'Awakening Pandora'. Not because it wasn't good, but because I can't imagine Maddox without Ashlyn and it felt almost wrong reading about him wanting some other woman. This book is hilarious and you will see how the Lords are at home and their personalities if their books are not out yet. BTW, this makes me want Williams book even more. Hurry Gena!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Barbara ★

    It is best to read this before reading book 5 The Darkest Passion as it pertains to the first four books. I liked the interviews performed by William - very amusing. I really liked Pandora's Awakening, Lord of the Underworlds real beginning. I liked this version though I didn't like the heroine's name - Farrah just doesn't conjure up a kick-ass female. I definitely must read for all LOTU fans. It is best to read this before reading book 5 The Darkest Passion as it pertains to the first four books. I liked the interviews performed by William - very amusing. I really liked Pandora's Awakening, Lord of the Underworlds real beginning. I liked this version though I didn't like the heroine's name - Farrah just doesn't conjure up a kick-ass female. I definitely must read for all LOTU fans.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)

    This is a fun short companion to the Lords of the Underworld Series by Gena Showalter. It does contain spoilers if you have not read the first 4 books. This falls just before the Darkest Passion (Aeron's book). There is a great section that describes all the Lords, a hilarious interview section by William (character from the series), also some interesting tid-bits from the author. I highly recommend to all Lord fans. This is a fun short companion to the Lords of the Underworld Series by Gena Showalter. It does contain spoilers if you have not read the first 4 books. This falls just before the Darkest Passion (Aeron's book). There is a great section that describes all the Lords, a hilarious interview section by William (character from the series), also some interesting tid-bits from the author. I highly recommend to all Lord fans.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dawn (Kat N Hat)

    I think I've read parts of this before some of it was familiar, but not all of it. It was a quick fun read fell in love with William a bit more, while it is from further behind in the series tan I am currently now it has me amped up for The Darkest Craving due out this year! I think I've read parts of this before some of it was familiar, but not all of it. It was a quick fun read fell in love with William a bit more, while it is from further behind in the series tan I am currently now it has me amped up for The Darkest Craving due out this year!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jade

    This is a fun book, but not informative enough. I know the gushing and the cheesiness is supposed to be cute, but despite having a few chuckles here and there I found it irritating. Things like Reyes carving hearts into his skin and knitting baby socks for his friends' future baby was way too over the top for me. It's a super cheap ebook, though, and Gena Showalter is endearing so I wouldn't say I regret having read this. This is a fun book, but not informative enough. I know the gushing and the cheesiness is supposed to be cute, but despite having a few chuckles here and there I found it irritating. Things like Reyes carving hearts into his skin and knitting baby socks for his friends' future baby was way too over the top for me. It's a super cheap ebook, though, and Gena Showalter is endearing so I wouldn't say I regret having read this.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    To be read AFTER reading book 4 but before book 5 of the series. I always thought that William was funny but after this I can't wait for Gilly to grow up so that we can read their story! And Cronus, well who'd have thought that he'd be such a dry wit. This series is shaping up to be every bit as entertaining as Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series or Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series. This is a fun treat for the dedicated LotU reader! To be read AFTER reading book 4 but before book 5 of the series. I always thought that William was funny but after this I can't wait for Gilly to grow up so that we can read their story! And Cronus, well who'd have thought that he'd be such a dry wit. This series is shaping up to be every bit as entertaining as Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series or Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series. This is a fun treat for the dedicated LotU reader!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sjoukje

    Really liked it - It´s a nice inside view of the Lords and their women and it is very entertaining and quick to read. The part with the Interviews with William was hilarious, as was the girls gettogether with Gilly and their chat. The short shory aka the first original chapters of Maddox´s story is really good - you would never say it was the same story! Very interesting! If you love the Lords of the Underworld saga, this is definitely recomended :)

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