Christopher Hunter


Christopher Hunter is 29 at the time of his first publication. He currently lives in Ellenwood, GA and will publish more titles in the months and years to follow.

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The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Post-New York Edition
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 77,110. Language: English. Published: February 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic, Fiction » Adventure » General
After surviving an epic and far-reaching tragedy that claimed his future, his girlfriend, his family, and even his hometown of New York City, Martin Jacob finds himself alone and on an abandoned hotel rooftop. Without a clue where to go and start anew, he faces the task of navigating a different and dangerous world, with only a gun, a hunting knife, and four bags of supplies and food. Dr. Carl Ru
The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Journey
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 39,570. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Martin Jacob and his new family must travel across a post-apocalyptic Midwest to find a new home in Texas. Will they make it? Edited as of December 10, 2011
The Days and Months We Were First Born- Family By Fate
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 38,010. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
After surviving an epic and far-reaching tragedy, Martin Jacob must continue forward to forge a new life in a post-apocalyptic world. He finds some new friends along the way. Edited as of December 10, 2011
The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Unraveling
Price: Free! Words: 43,050. Language: English. Published: December 28, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
On a hot July morning in the year 2068, New Yorker Martin Jacob discovers that his life and world will never be the same. Edited as of December 10, 2011

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Smashwords book reviews by Christopher Hunter

  • The Before Building on Feb. 26, 2011

    The book is brief and it leaves more questions than it does answers, but this is a very good read. The author does a great job of taking the reader inside the character's head. We see things as he see things, we learn as he learns. It's a fascinating and vague post-apocalyptic world created here. For a dollar and a couple of hour's time this is a really good value. CJH
  • The Machines on March 08, 2011

    The Story is actually worth three in a half stars but Smashwords doesn't have that option yet (We all should talk to Mark about that). It's an easy enough story to follow, and it is understandable that it is short, but it was a little too vague for me. A whole lot of better than this, more advanced than that, so many years before so so. The end was very strong though.
  • Write Good or Die on March 19, 2011

    This is very good information for free. Any writer is bound to find something they'll find helpful. There were moments where it lost my attention, but overall, the it's strait talk from authors about the industry. It was very much worth my time.
  • Secret Confessions of a Backpacker: My Adventure Down Under on Aug. 24, 2011
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    A backpacking story based in a region far far away (from New York) is a hard thing to resist, especially for an adventurous guy like me. Ms. Watts and I run along in the same indie author circuits, so after a seeing her cover and blurb repeatedly, I was finally seduced into checking this book out.  It starts like any other book of this variety. Our gal is staring a mundane life in the face and felt she had to do something memorable, something meaningful, before crossing the point of no return into the black hole of adulthood. She went to Ireland for a while, but she had an appetite for something a little more ambitious. That ambition led her to a year in Australia, and for a shorter time, New Zealand.  I have to give Laura kudos for having the guts to put her business out there the way she did. This is a very candid and explicit memoir. She really holds nothing back. At no point was I ever blown away, but Laura's narrative voice is charming and full of life--good company for fifty to sixty thousand words. The book read like slow burn with the occasional sexual encounter adding spice to the storyline.  In all fairness, it is very difficult to carry interest in a true story without embellishing, but Laura gives a good go of it and she succeeds about 70 to 80 percent of the time. I look forward to seeing how she grows as a writer. In the end, Confessions is worth taking a read. It is a solid foundation for things to come. Christopher Hunter Author of the "The Days and Months We Were First Born" trilogy. 
  • AstroTown - The Future of Humankind on Oct. 24, 2012

    Really enjoyed this book. I read it in one day and found it to be thoroughly entertaining. For a good price this novella is a deal, but for free it's an absolute steal. If you are looking for a quick read you are almost certain to find this one worth your time. Mr. Fonseca's writing is very original and beautifully simplistic. I felt a connection with the main character, Paul, immediately, and I was drawn into the strange world right along with him as he went through this unusual adventure. I'll be on the lookout for more books from this author. He has earned himself a fan today.
  • Time Flies on Jan. 27, 2013

    Excellent read. Micheal P. Rogers gives you just what you need for a quick Sci-fi fix. Very nice entertainment for under ten minutes. I look forward to reading more.