Hunter by Joy Johnson

Short, Sweet, and Snappy Review:

Title:  Hunter

Author:  Joy Johnson

Genre: Thriller/paranormal

What I liked: the ideas behind it

What I didn’t like: the lack of explanation

Recommended Read: yes

Rating: 3 stars

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http://cache.smashwire.com/bookCovers/960d883c7ee58e0569dda96ad96ef675c0fe1558Synopsis:

Graza and Xrallar are two gargoyles living in modern day society. Their war with the human Hunter that wishes them dead is only surpassed by their hatred for each other. Set in the dark confines of one fateful night, two will live and one will die as they face each other in their final battle of wits against wills

Michelle’s Review:

The ideas and the betrayal in the story made for an enjoyable read. However, I felt like it should have been longer. It left me wanting more from the characters and the story, and because those things weren’t there, I felt it was a bit of a let down.

There were concepts and ideas mentioned in this short that were only mentioned. There was a lot of potential that was missed in this story. Back story that would have made for an exciting look into the minds and lives of the characters. History of the characters that would have explained a lot more regarding why they were doing what they were doing.

Having said that, I enjoyed the read and as it is a free read it is one that I would recommend. It certainly passes the time and makes for an interesting read. Click the book cover to go and download it.

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