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He's been targeted specifically by the island owners, barbaric brothers who have hunted and killed everything imaginable, including men. Harrison will provide them with an altogether new challenge. Because Harrison Dale is a werewolf. The caveat - Harrison has vowed to never allow the demon within him to rise again, even if it means losing his life. The brothers, however, can be extremely convincing. Can Harrison hold out long enough to escape and not lose his soul in the process? A horror action-adventure novel. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages.

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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 19, Patti rated it it was amazing. I'm trying to read and learn about paranormal fiction and this one was awesome! Two rich brothers bring men who have done horrible deeds in their lives to an island. Then they bring the people who want revenge on them to kill them. One of the brothers wants to kill a werewolf and they capture Harrison Dale and bring him there too.

When the wolf is unleashed, all hell breaks loose! I cheered for Harrison the whole way through! His description is so imaginative I felt as if I were there in the jun I'm trying to read and learn about paranormal fiction and this one was awesome! His description is so imaginative I felt as if I were there in the jungle watching the story unfold.

Nickel Crow is a gifted writer and has written an outstanding book in Master of the Hunt. He takes you on a ride of suspence that is spiraling higher and higher and then he doesn't hold back. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story and would love to see Mr. See 1 question about Wolf Hunt…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters.

Sort order. Aug 05, Dan Schwent rated it really liked it Shelves: , kindle-unlimited-experiment. When thugs George and Lou are hired to transport a man in a cage, it sounds like a gravy job. Only the man is actually a psychotic werewolf just waiting to go on a rampage This is the eighteenth book in my Kindle Unlimited Experiment. For the 30 day trial, I'm only reading books that are part of the program and keeping track what the total cost of the books would have been. As far as classic monsters are concerned, werewolves often get the short end of the stick.

How many really good werewolf m When thugs George and Lou are hired to transport a man in a cage, it sounds like a gravy job. How many really good werewolf movies or books can you name? That's what I thought. From now on, though, Wolf Hunt is going to be the first book I think of when people mention werewolves. While Wolf Hunt has more than its share of gore and general werewolf carnage, I'd say it's more of a dark comedy. The violence is tempered with grim humor. For instance "He was pretty sure the first female orgasm he ever witnessed was when his grandmother found an antique coffee table.

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George and Lou just keep plugging along, trying to recapture him so they don't end up sleeping with the fishes. Hostage Michelle throws a wrench in the works but proved she wasn't just bait or an available orifice for the main characters. Wolf Hunt has a lot of things going for it; gunplay, comedy, gore, and car chases. It's almost like Smoky and the Bandit with a werewolf in it at times and is even more fun than it sounds. Four furry howling stars!

View all 20 comments. Oct 21, Bradley rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , shelf , humor. I can totally see myself watching this as a low-budget horror! Two thugs, a hapless girl, and a truly monstrous werewolf. Make it a road trip. Add tons of cool quips and sassy dialogue and make sure everything that can go wrong, does. Hell yeah. But I should point out that it's also funny as hell and when it gets bloody, it's just as delicious.

I can't believe that Ivan the Werewolf can be so damn evil! Like, utterly nasty. Such a relief from Team Jacob. Of which there was a reference. It takes a certain kind of genius to write B-Movie madness so well off the screen. This novel zipped by real quick, dirty, and fun. I mean, what else can you expect when you throw two idiot bounty hunters at a werewolf?

They're completely unprepared! Time to claw out some eyeballs for fun! View all 9 comments. Audio available for review via Audio Book Blast. Check it out here! Two wise cracking lower level thugs take on the job of transporting a so-called werewolf named Ivan to a wealthy weirdo who wants him for nefarious purposes. Things go awry, as they will.

This is a novel written by Jeff Strand after all. Blood is shed and sarcasm is spewed hither and fro along with a few body parts as our tenacious thugs make Audio available for review via Audio Book Blast. Blood is shed and sarcasm is spewed hither and fro along with a few body parts as our tenacious thugs make one dumb move after another. Even when the story dragged here and there, I never found myself dozing and I credit that to the narrator. This fun, demented little book concerns two semi-friendly thugs who have to transport a man trapped in a cage four hours away to Florida.

The man in question, Ivan, is reputed to be a werewolf, which of course George and Lon don't believe. As long as they get paid, games on, until Ivan shows how much he enjoys mentally screwing with the men. The characters rocked for Wolf Hunt. George and Lon are constantly indulging in silly conversations that border on ridiculous. They reminded me of a pair you This fun, demented little book concerns two semi-friendly thugs who have to transport a man trapped in a cage four hours away to Florida.

They reminded me of a pair you'd see in a cheesy comedy movie, but it works here. I can tell Ivan is amused by the duo, which I would also be, but Ivan is amused by general by people, especially when he sets out to kill them. Apparently Ivan didn't need the werewolf reputation because he's always been a serial killer. Enter a plot twist.

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Knock aside the funny times that left me seriously grinning with their dialogue and amusing situations, and you see this book is also filled with plenty of violence. The death count is mega when Ivan goes on a killing spree. Jeff Strand is clearly talented, especially with the ironic situations and coming up with how everything can go wrong for poor George and Lon.

The steady dialogue is what fills most of the book, and it's a breeze to read through. I really need to read more werewolf fiction that's horror-focused, it's a back-burner plan this year, and Wolf Hunt was a fun visit into the furry fiction. It's not like other shifter fiction I've read.

View 2 comments. This is a fun little story of two thugs getting a new job - to transport a supposed werewolf, a guy named Ivan, from one place to another.

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Easy peasy. Until the guy gets loose and there is a chase through a number of towns in Florida, leaving a bloody trail behind. George and Lou, the two thugs mentioned above, are not really bad guys though they do break some people's fingers sometimes. They aren't the smartest guys either, but somehow they are very likeable. Especially since they stumble from o This is a fun little story of two thugs getting a new job - to transport a supposed werewolf, a guy named Ivan, from one place to another.

Especially since they stumble from one situation to the next, completely out of their element, realizing werewolves are real, getting almost-killed a couple of times and in the end just go after the wolf to save lives. The banter is the best part in this novel though their clumsiness is just as funny. They made me laugh every other minute until I hurt all over. Make no mistake, this is the literary equivalent of a B-movie at best, but an endearing B-movie with a legitimate monster, lots of things that go BOOM, two great MCs and lots of humour.

View all 4 comments. If you're looking for a wild ride, you've come to the right place! Author Jeff Strand is known for his outrageous and bizarre horror comedy and this book is one of the best examples of what he can do. It follows two thumbbreaker thugs on an epic adventure through Florida as they try to transport a werewolf to a mysterious client. George and Lou are great protagonists, who start out as your usual dickish thugs but quickly become lovable and memorable heroes that are trying to do what's right.

And If you're looking for a wild ride, you've come to the right place! And what's right is stopping a damn werewolf from slaughtering innocent people. Their constant bickering and increasingly apparent moral code really make them a pair to root for. You especially want to stand on their side when you see the crazy shit they're up against.

The werewolf is one of the most nasty and sadistic villains I've read in a long time; unpredictable and ruthless, making any scene with him crackle with intensity.

And a Jeff Strand book is anything but boring. He writes with a manic urgency and a lightning pace that makes it hard to look away. One thing I'm always worried about when I start a book like this is that the comedy would weaken the impact of the horrific. But that's not the case here. Strand impressively finds the perfect balance, where I genuinely laughed out loud at times but it didn't lessen the discomforting shock I felt at certain sequences, scenes that I'll remember for a while.

If you're looking for an ultra fast-paced, action-packed novel written by a natural, I would highly recommend this one! May 27, Gregor Xane rated it liked it Shelves: Jeff Strand's Wolf Hunt was a fine bit of breezy, gory horror. I like humor mixed with my horror, and Mr. Strand is quickly becoming a go-to guy for me when I'm in the mood for something smart, snappy, and soaked with blood.


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For a while now, I've been searching for a good take on the werewolf story, and, while this story doesn't bring much new to the werewolf myth, it served as a pleasant enough distraction. However, I did find the two protagonists virtually interchangeable, and the plot was too Jeff Strand's Wolf Hunt was a fine bit of breezy, gory horror. However, I did find the two protagonists virtually interchangeable, and the plot was too simplistic. Don't get me wrong, I think a simple plot is a good idea for a humorous piece like this. Complicated plots can get in the way of the laughs.

But, in this case, at the very least, a more sharply delineated three act structure would have helped a great deal. As is, I felt the story grew a bit repetitious and flat, and there never really was a grand twist or awesome reveal that propelled this book out of the merely really darn good territory. Oh, and the ending seemed rushed. Mar 01, Char rated it really liked it Shelves: loanable-kindle-books. This is a story about a caged werewolf in human form and the two men who are charged with taking him on a 5 hour drive.

Sounds simple, right? Especially if you don't believe in werewolves. Of course, all hell, and the werewolf, breaks loose. This book had some gore and a completely psychotic werewolf, even when he was in human form. The two drivers were hilarious and with all the action going on, it was very hard to put this book down.

Highly recommended for those with a twisted sense of humor and a This is a story about a caged werewolf in human form and the two men who are charged with taking him on a 5 hour drive. Highly recommended for those with a twisted sense of humor and a love of the horror genre.

View all 3 comments. Dec 13, Tressa rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror , kindle , , werewolves. Imagine a werewolf that is also a black-hearted serial killer. How he'd revel in his power and ability to be able to change at will and not have to wait for a full moon, making conscience-free kills with glee. This is Ivan and lucky for the rest of the world he's got George and Lou—two professional thugs-for-hire who do have a conscience—on his trail, adamant about ridding the world of this psychopath wolfman even if it means damaging their own bodies beyond repair.

This is a gory, violent, bloo Imagine a werewolf that is also a black-hearted serial killer. This is a gory, violent, bloody, funny tale and I gave it five stars because it perfectly delivered what it set out to do. View all 17 comments. Sep 14, Marvin rated it liked it Shelves: horror. It is obvious from the title and cover, that Wolf Hunt by Jeff Strand is a werewolf novel. What I didn't expect was the equivalent of a buddy movie. George Orton and Lou Flynn are long-time partners in thumb-breaking and other dirty deeds for organized criminal types.

They are polite thugs and very loyal to each other. Their bond is in no way frivolous and is tested severely in this non-stop action story.

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They are given the task of transport a werewolf to some kind of mob boss. Of course they do It is obvious from the title and cover, that Wolf Hunt by Jeff Strand is a werewolf novel. Of course they do not believe the skinny smart-ass in the cage is a werewolf and since there is no full moon, that he is dangerous.

They are wrong. So that's the set-up which the author plays to the hilt. I thoroughly enjoyed this as a light horror read and really liked the pair of George and Lou. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Master of the Hunt by Nickel Crow. Revenge is cheap.

Harrison Dale is kidnapped and transported to a mysterious island where he is imprisoned with a group of other victims. There, he learns each has been brought to the island for a deadly purpose - to be hunted and killed by grudges from their past. To make it fun for the hunters, the victims are trained in the art of island survival and given a chance to e Revenge is cheap.

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To make it fun for the hunters, the victims are trained in the art of island survival and given a chance to escape. Before long, however, the others learn that Harrison Dale is different. He's been targeted specifically by the island owners, barbaric brothers who have hunted and killed everything imaginable, including men. Harrison will provide them with an altogether new challenge.

Because Harrison Dale is a werewolf. The caveat - Harrison has vowed to never allow the demon within him to rise again, even if it means losing his life. The brothers, however, can be extremely convincing. Can Harrison hold out long enough to escape and not lose his soul in the process? A horror action-adventure novel. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published by Red Chimera Publishing first published November 24th More Details Other Editions 1.

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