Hunt

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Blowing off steam at a Saturday night party with the girl you really want to date can lead to hearing your friends’ thoughts, pissing off the Faery King, and imminent mortal danger—if you’re sixteen-year-old Kevin Landon, instant freak. His new normal: A best friend with a secret. A doomed rock-n-roll singer. A kidnapped father.

Only Kevin can save them, but first he has to survive the hunt.

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Review by: Tracey Spiteri (YA Book Addict) on April 19, 2012 :
What an incredibly exciting and engaging story Claire Crow has written!! I was thoroughly engrossed and enjoyed HUNT from start to finish!!

Kevin is your normal average teenage boy, going to school, partying with friends, crushing on a girl. But beneath all that, him and his father are dealing with grief and loss. And then one night at a party Kevin starts hearing voices!! And from that point on his world is thrown into a whirlwind of faeries, police who aren't really police, a seer, The Hunt and The Faery King!! Yeah, his life becomes anything but normal!!

The author has done an incredible job in writing a teenage boy! She has made Kevin completely real!! The dialogue was just what you would expect a teenage boy to say and think. He swears!! Not a great deal, but hey, teenage boys swear!! And while there is no sex, he does think about it. And despite what us as parents like to think, our teenage boys are thinking about sex!! I love an author that can weave those things into a young adult novel without it being misplaced and overpowering. And Claire Crow has managed to do just that!!

The author has woven together a story of the supernatural filled with suspense, action, romance, friendship, grief, loss, pain and love!!

I would have no trouble in recommending this book to anyone who loves a fantastic supernatural read!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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