Hunter: A Book Review

Written by James Byron Huggins, Hunter follows Hunter and Ghost, a man and his wolf, as they travel across the world to hunt down what Hunter has been told is a Siberian tiger.

If you want an adventure novel, with some blood, this would be a good choice. This is a great example of an adventure-in-the-jungle book that reminds me of… something. A generic story of someone hunting an animal, working for someone else, while the animal is also hunting them.

It wasn’t my cup of tea. The writing is alright, but nothing memorable, and the supporting characters were terribly flat. The author tried to make up for this with their description of the scenery and the mood, but it just didn’t work for me.

This was a novel that I honestly powered through to finish.

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