Family Traditions

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Within their family, The Hunt is a rite of passage. It is a rite of manhood. It is a darkly terrifying and morbid family tradition that has been handed down from father to son for generations. More
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About Kevin Saito

Born in the city of Orange, I was raised all over Southern California by virtue of being dragged around from city to city. Eventually, I settled in the city of Long Beach, the place I still call home. I graduated from California State University Long Beach with a degree in History and had my sights set on teaching… not exactly the smartest move for somebody actually looking for a stable job today.

I've always been a voracious reader and began writing my own stories at a pretty young age. Unfortunately, life has a habit of getting in the way and I found himself caught up in other things that I let take me away from what I love doing, which is writing.

After a long time away, I have finally found my way back to writing because it seems about as stable career-wise as teaching but also offers a means of quieting the voices in my head and staving off insanity. I've very happily rediscovered my passion for fiction and the spark I let myself lose so long ago is burning brightly again.

I'm fascinated by history, politics, sports, travel and have an unhealthy obsession with coffee, Chinese food and sushi. I have and will continue to dabble in science fiction, fantasy and historical fiction but I feel most comfortable spinning tales of terror that gets people's hearts racing and their adrenaline pumping.

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Review by: Red Jackson on July 7, 2013 :
**SPOILER ALERT!**This story didn't impress me. It was a story of terror but there was little conflict in the story. The terror came from the shock value. The fact that the act could be trivialized and glamorized. It might have been better if written from a different point of view. Maybe one of the characters should have been reluctant or pressured. In a story like this I'm expecting something like "The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell".
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Review by: Chuck Grossart on July 7, 2013 :
Absolutely loved it! A well-written, quick read.
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