"James Bond meets Highlander = Fantastic. A literal page turner!” — Jade Kerrion, USA Today bestselling author
They call me the half-breed. The first time they killed me, I was ten. They’ve been hunting me all my life. It’s time I stopped running.
Born of a Bastian mother and a Crovir father, a half-breed who is abhorred by the two Immortal races, Lucas Soul spends the first three hundred and fifty years of his existence being chased and killed by the Hunters.
One fall night in Boston, the Hunt starts again, resulting in Soul's fifteenth death and triggering a chain of events that sends him on the run with Reid Hasley, a former US Marine and his human business partner. From Paris to Prague, their search for answers leads them deep into the Immortal societies and brings them face to face with someone from Soul’s past. Shocking secrets are revealed and fresh allies come to the fore as they uncover a new and terrifying threat to both immortals and humans.
To defeat his enemies, Soul must embrace his tortured fate and become the Hunter. But time is running out. Can he protect the ones he loves and prevent another Immortal War before his seventeenth and final death?
Hunted is the first installment in AD Starrling’s bestselling supernatural thriller series Seventeen. If you like high-octane, fast-paced adventures that combine science and fantasy then you’ll love the world of Seventeen. Get this book to start the epic series today!
“One to hit the immortal and classic spot on the bookshelves. It’s so promising there is no where but up to go!” — Cabin Goddess
*Previously published as Soul Meaning*
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Hard to review because I have mixed emotions about the book. Thank goodness for Reid and Anatole. Comic relief. It really was a good story. Lots of action. Fantastic world and I loved all the characters. Even the villains. If possible, I guess it was just too descriptive. I found myself dreading it at points in the story. Describing everything in such detail became boring. The story would have been shorter, cleaner without unnecessary details. Good note, no editing issues. With that said, great story. More of a mystery really and what an adventure. The characters were so well written, you felt you were there. I enjoyed them all. I will say, the first cousin thing was disturbing, but seemed to be species driven. Interesting, exciting and highly recommended. Enjoy!
I found the tying together of such disparate references amazingly well brought together. The balance of action and intellect was perfect. Very enjoyable and something I read through in eager anticipation. I highly recommend this book and find ample material to share in a book club setting as well as personal reading.
Maybe it was just me, but I had a hard time getting into the story. It didn't take long before I couldn't put the book down! bdm