Hunter's Fall (Berkley Sensation) Mass Market Paperback – 25 Aug 2011
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About the Author
Shiloh Walker is the national bestselling author of many novels, including "Hunting the Hunter, Hunter's Salvation, " and "Hunters: Heart and Soul."
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately the tale was so slow and kept skipping about that I ended up egging myself on to continue reading it, assuring myself that the big true-love-through-the-centuries reunion wasn't far off...but that didn't come until page 189 (book has 309 pages).
Starting off in 1506 England, it's the tale of Agnes aka Nessa, an 18-year old witch married to Elias, who at this tender age is already a Hunter, and is protecting an English village. Unfortunately, she has attracted the sexual attentions of a local squire, who has incited the locals to turn against her, and Elias ends up knifed to death. Agnes's powers cannot save Elias, but with his dying breath, he professes his love for her and that he will come back to her...which he does, but his coming back to her takes 500 years...
For me, it felt as if the first 189 pages of the book took me 500 years to read, as I was stop/start, stop/start reading; it wasn't a book that I could pick up and read until I was at the end. When I got to page 189, I continued to be disappointed, as it was pages yet til the leads got close enough to even talk to each other...
However, this wasn't all that irritated me with the book: the author introduced a character for around 3 pages or so before killing her off - why? I couldn't fathom her importance to the tale, nor the impact that she had on Agnes/Nessa now aka Agnes/Nessa/Morgan.Read more ›