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on Feb. 18, 2012 :
This book was given to me from author. Wasn't sure if I was going to like it. I made it up to 45% and just wasn't grabbing me. But in other words it was well written,
Rogue Hunter is placed in the future, about a woman named Zyra Zanr and her fight to avenge her father's death. After her father's death, she becomes a bounty hunter tracking down criminals. I like the plot but just didn't have my style I look for in books.
just not my type of book. But Thank you Kevis Hendrickson for giving me a chance to read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on March 21, 2011 :
This book is one of those stories where you can imagine that you are the hero saving the universe. I love the fact that the hero is actually a heroine and shows that Boba Fett is not the only great hunter in the universe. Bravo to the author on the story and creating a worl that draws the user in. I loved it!
(reviewed long after purchase)
on May 03, 2010 :
Rogue Hunter is placed in the future, about a woman named Zyra Zanr and her fight to avenge her father's death. After her father's death, she becomes a bounty hunter tracking down criminals. Hoping to get information about the one who killed her father she travels through space searching.
She knows that one named Zaragos is to blame for her father's death. She is not sure who this Zaragos is and searches to find it. She tracks down agents of Zaragos and boards their ship hoping to find Zaragos. While on board, she discovers a plot far deeper than she or the rest of humanity knew.
Being discover on board she blows a hatch and is sucked into space to avoid certain death. With just her encounter suit to protect her, she uses the last of the suits power to go into cryo sleep. When she is awaken, she discovers she is in a whole new place with even bigger issues to over come.
I really enjoyed this book and waiting for the sequel. If you enjoy a good sci-fi read, get this one. I recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Dec. 15, 2009 :
Rogue Hunter: Quest of the Hunter
Sci-Fi is not my first choice of genre, as I’ve previously read quite a few authors from Crichton, whom I found long-winded in places, to Azimov. I found him a bit too far fetched. Both excellent writers nonetheless. If only there was an author that slotted right in the middle. Thankfully, I found that missing piece of work in the form of Rogue Hunter. Mr Hendrickson should be very proud of this book.
OK, so what does a non Sci-Fi buff make of it? The beauty is that, if you enjoy stories that are packed full of action, adventure, emotion, suspense, fun, laser fire, explosions and the imagery of shooting across the stars in a broken down ship called Helship-II, with an attitude to match it’s owner, the battle-scared babe, Zyra.
Mr Hendrickson has created a myriad of multi-layered characters, each feeding off another and bringing to the fore those all-important reasons why we hate or love a character. The actors attitudes tend to reflect the complexity of the universe and different time zones in which they reside.
The first few chapters are used to grab you by both arms, the middle shakes you ‘till your teeth chatter with the fast pace, then the thrill at the last part of the book hits you with 1000 volt shocks until the last page. It’s a shame there was a last page, I love roller coaster rides. I may emerge myself again in this book to escape reality in future.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Sep. 21, 2009 :
This is the first time I have ever come across a book written in this style. As I got lost in the pages of ‘Rogue Hunter’ I felt more and more like I was watching it on a screen. This unique effect is mastered by the combination of incredibly fast-paced action and a somewhat detached narrative voice. “It disturbed her to no end that she could not help but feel that this was the last time she would ever see Logos.”
That said, one of the advantages of reading a book as opposed to watching it on the screen is the reader’s ability to immerse themselves in the character’s thoughts; and in this case those thoughts and emotions are as deep, complex and ever-changing as the plot itself. Zyra, aka Rogue Hunter, is a complicated woman who wants vengeance, to save the world, and to find affirmation of the goodness and purpose of her existence. Such a complex mind could not possibly be explored with anything but masterful balance between a detached narrative and precise description of the circumstances.
Anyone who chooses to read ‘Rogue Hunter’ will find themselves tumbling in a condensed plot full of sudden twists and interesting characters.
(review of free book)