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The Hunters   By: (1906-1980)

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The Hunters by Joseph Samachson is a thrilling and suspenseful novel that takes readers on a captivating journey through time and space. Set in a dystopian future, the story predominantly revolves around a group of skilled hunters who are tasked with protecting the remnants of humanity from the savage and dangerous creatures that roam the earth.

One of the most enticing aspects of this book is the vivid and imaginative world-building. Samachson effortlessly constructs a post-apocalyptic landscape, filled with eerie and desolate landscapes, crumbling buildings, and a sense of impending doom. The atmospheric descriptions immerse readers in this bleak and unforgiving world, stirring up emotions of fear and anxiety at every turn.

The main characters in The Hunters are well-developed and multi-dimensional, making it easier for readers to empathize with their struggles and root for their survival. Each hunter brings their unique set of skills and personalities, resulting in a compelling dynamic within the group. Samachson skillfully weaves their individual storylines together, showcasing the growth and transformation they undergo as they face various challenges.

The pacing of the narrative is relentless, keeping readers hooked from start to finish. The action sequences are intense, and Samachson's ability to create thrilling and heart-pounding moments is commendable. The Hunters is a book that is difficult to put down, as the author consistently raises the stakes and presents unexpected twists that leave readers guessing until the very end.

However, while the plot and overall execution of The Hunters are commendable, there are instances where the story feels rushed and certain plot points are not fully explored. Some readers may find themselves wanting more depth and background information regarding the origins of the creatures and the cataclysmic event that led to the downfall of civilization. Additionally, the romantic subplot felt slightly forced and could have been further developed to enhance the emotional impact.

In conclusion, The Hunters is a gripping and exhilarating read that combines elements of science fiction, dystopia, and adventure. Joseph Samachson proves himself to be a talented storyteller, delivering an engaging narrative filled with tension, adrenaline, and moments of reflection. Despite a few minor flaws, this book is a worthwhile and enjoyable experience for fans of action-packed and thought-provoking literature.

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To all who didn't know him, Curt George was a mighty hunter and actor. But this time he was up against others who could really act, and whose business was the hunting of whole worlds.

There were thirty or more of the little girls, their ages ranging apparently from nine to eleven, all of them chirping away like a flock of chicks as they followed the old mother hen past the line of cages. "Now, now, girls," called Miss Burton cheerily. "Don't scatter. I can't keep my eye on you if you get too far away from me. You, Hilda, give me that water pistol. No, don't fill it up first at that fountain. And Frances, stop bouncing your ball. You'll lose it through the bars, and a polar bear may get it and not want to give it back."

Frances giggled. "Oh, Miss Burton, do you think the polar bear would want to play catch?"

The two men who were looking on wore pleased smiles. "Charming," said Manto. "But somewhat unpredictable, despite all our experiences, muy amigo ."


"No attempts at Spanish, Manto, not here. It calls attention to us. And you are not sure of the grammar anyway... Continue reading book >>

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