The Hunters

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
An Urban Fantasy horror novel for those who believe that vampires should be killed, not kissed! More
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About Heidi Angell

Heidi Angell is a mom, wife and is an active volunteer in Cub Scouts and her community. She has been passionate about writing since she "published" her first book in her first grade class! The Hunters is her latest publication, but she has written thousands of short stories, plays, books and poems. Her first published e-book is Creative Exercises to Inspire and she has published a children's picture book Royal Prince Vince.

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Reviews of The Hunters by Heidi Angell

Ivanna Skytower reviewed on Feb. 23, 2017

Let's just jump right in, this book will get you hooked and make you crave the next. Join Chris, his brother Lucas, and their rag tag group, as they try to rid their small town of the infestation that slowly took hold. After an ambush they meet up with Fury and Havoc. Fury and Havoc are a bundle of non communicative mystery all wrapped up in an intensity bow. A subgroup offers sanctuary to those unable to handle the new twists in their path. Intrigue draws you in and keeps you hooked. As we get into the action I worried my lip wondering if a subgroup was going to be able to handle what came their way. I was saddened towards the end when the fear of losing some of the main characters is real and raw. I can't wait to read the next book in this series, I do hope to catch up with some of my favs! I desired to write this review after reviewing it all on my own accord =^~.~^=
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
CJ Carmelo reviewed on Dec. 15, 2013

This is the first time I've read of vampires in the non-erotic sense, but in a deadly one. This reminded me of a Japanese anime I watched because vampires are feral, soulless beings.

I felt like I was watching a movie cause this one has the makings of a good one. The author set the mood well since I was caught up in the "we might die today" feeling and the characters were diverse. There were some scenes that annoyed me cause some of them were immature.

The events that followed were unpredictable cause I always sensed that danger lurked around. In a time of tragedy, self preservation kicks in and some deep-seated longings come out in the open. It's also good that the author conveniently mentions bits of history through some characters' musings.

All in all, this is a good read but it's really not my type of thriller.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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