Hunters' Assessment

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After years of training, they should have been ready for this. It was supposed to be a simple mission: eliminate the vampires and acquire the intel they’re guarding. Shane Kantor figured that this hunter’s assessment would be like every other test the Hunter’s Society had thrown at him and his squad. But he was wrong. Now Shane might just lose everything: his life, his legacy, worst of all, her More

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Published by Distinguished Press
Words: 3,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310428340
About Karyn Pearson

Karyn Pearson is the up-and-coming author of the Hellfire Trilogy of post-apocalyptic fantasy novels. Her first published novel and the first in the series, Spark, will hold you from beginning to end with its masterful character development, fast pace, well-developed war-torn landscapes, and gripping story of personal struggle and desperate battles for retribution and survival. Her current projects include the completion of the second book of the Hellfire Trilogy, 'Inferno'. Ms. Pearson recently graduated from the University of California, and is a lover of books, music, food, and her fur babies, though not necessarily in that order.

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Reviews

Review by: Catrina Barton on Jan. 17, 2014 :
A very quick and compelling read.It felt a bit rushed to me, but the characters were lively. Just wish I'd have seen a little more characterization. The plot was pretty good too.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jason Keen on Dec. 23, 2013 :
A very enjoyable short story. It's well written, and leaves you wanting more - mainly to find out what happens next. I certainly hope Karyn will give us answers soon, I can't wait!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Matthew Meyer on Nov. 19, 2013 :
I had a really nice time reading this short story. It was short but had a little bit of action and a little bit of romance. This short story has everything I look for in a book and it's a shame I couldn’t enjoy it even longer. Good work!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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