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The Witch Hunter: The Witch Hunter Saga #1 by [Taylor, Nicole R]
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The Witch Hunter: The Witch Hunter Saga #1 Kindle Edition

4.0 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
Book 1 of 6 in The Witch Hunter Saga (6 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3346 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BOXS8TC
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,841 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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If you can make it past the scenes so similar to Vampire Diaries they'll make you barf, the bad grammar and awful spelling throughout may give your internal voice pause when reading it. Aya was a pretty good character for a moment, then the random stuff was spun into the mix and you don't really feel any empathy towards the end. Side note for future reference: heartlessness isn't undone in a single book, and if it is then you had the wrong image of your character from the start. Same thing goes for full blown "sacrafice yourself for them" sort of love, unless you're writing a good romance. Had such hopes for such an awesome blurb and a pretty original idea; what happened?
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Within two pages it became immediately clear that this story is basically the same as Vampire Diaries, with two vampire brothers, a girl they right over and a witch. While the b Ok is well edited, I can't help but feel as though the action is constantly missing. We are simply told xyz happened and not shown.
I stopped reading after it becomes clear that the plot and even the little elements are the same as vampire diaries: brothers, girl, witch, old manor, rich, return to small town home, original vampir
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Great book
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By Nat.B on 16 Mar. 2017
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It reads like a bad episode of the vampire diaries. Extremely unoriginal, poorly constructed and badly written. It's a good job it was free.
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Reading this was like watching The Vampire Diaries. It was predictable although it was an interesting read to be sure.
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Brilliant . looking forward to book no two .
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Enjoyed this book and although a vampire story this has a different type of plot.The main character 'the witch hunter' was powerful and well developed however the character left as many questions as answers.One thing that the i didn't like in the book was the fact that Zac changed Gabby, the witch's name, a few times without explaining this until further into the book. This was annoying and interrupted the flow of a few passages, also the stop and start of discussions between the characters, sometimes these were abrupt or went nowhere. However, all and all a good book, with an interesting plot and developed characters, even if you didn't like them.
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Personally I have felt some recent vampire stories have had repetitive and stale plots, which is why The Witch Hunter immediately gave me a buzz. Nicole R Taylor blends the generic motifs of a paranormal story; witches, vampires, werewolves and magic; into one exciting, fresh and dangerous novel.
The Witch Hunter is set in Ashburton, Lousiana, in America's South, not Ashburton, Devon which is several miles down the road from me, as I had to keep reminding myself! Zac Degaud likes drinking alcohol and blood and is an intensely unhappy figure. One night he kills Alistair Payne and in revenge Katrin, a founding witch, promises to destroy him and his family. Gabby, his friend and a witch, helps them to summon The Witch Hunter, Aya.
Aya's story is complicated and her abilities not truly known, though it is obvious she is powerful, having both vampire and witch powers. Despite her paranormal identity she is a character the reader feels able to connect with. Aya is vengeful and has a score to settle with Katrin, but she struggles to maintain her focus as her attraction and desire for Zac conflict with her Witch Hunter duties.
Nicole R Taylor's novel is perfect for fans of this genre. The Witch Hunter has a comprehensive plot which captivates its reader, luring them into the battle waged by Zac, Aya and their allies. The story is left on a cliffhanger and I did not hesitate to purchase a copy of The Return!
I received this as a complimentary review copy, but this has had no influence on my opinion.​
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