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By James Byron Huggins | Comments: ( 483 ) | Date: ( Jan 21, 2020 )

One of Hollywood s hottest action film writers, James Byron Huggins is a master at keeping the action rolling and the pages turning Here, the author of Cain may be the thriller of the year BookPage , unleashes a lightning quick tale that pits a man born out of his time against the future s deadliest creation Nathaniel Hunter could track anyone or anything One of Hollywood s hottest action film writers, James Byron Huggins is a master at keeping the action rolling and the pages turning Here, the author of Cain may be the thriller of the year BookPage , unleashes a lightning quick tale that pits a man born out of his time against the future s deadliest creation Nathaniel Hunter could track anyone or anything on earth Now the military desperately needs him for a mission that his ultrasensitive instincts tell him he should refuse A beast is loose somewhere north of the Arctic Circle It has already decimated a secret research facility and annihilated a squad of elite military guards And the raging creature is headed south toward civilization, ready to wreak bloody devastation.It s a job that Hunter can t turn down, but he soon discovers that his prey is terror incarnate, a half human abomination created by a renegade agency through a series of outlawed genetic experiments It has man s cunning, a predator s savageness, and a prehistoric power that has transcended the ages And even if Hunter survives its unrelenting hunger for human blood, he ll still have to confront the grim reality that it may have grown immortal.


  • Title: Hunter
  • Author: James Byron Huggins
  • ISBN: 9780671015350
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

James Byron Huggins

A veteran novelist and best selling author, James Byron Huggins life story reads like fiction than fact His career as a writer began normally enough He received a bachelor s degree in journalism and English from Troy State University, and then worked as a reporter for the Hartselle Enquirer in Hartselle, Alabama Huggins won seven awards while with the newspaper before leaving journalism in 1985 With a desire to help persecuted Christians in eastern Europe, Huggins moved to Texas to work in conjunction with members of the Christian underground in that region From the Texas base, Huggins helped set up a system used to smuggle information in and out of Iron Curtain countries In 1987, Huggins was finally able to leave the United States to offer hands on assistance in Romania As a jack of all trades, Huggins photographed a secret police installation, took photos of people active in the Christian underground, and also continued his work as an orchestrator of smuggling routes Huggins was instrumental in smuggling out film and documentation that showed the plight of Christians in Romania He even found time to create a code that allowed communication with the United States As in Texas, Huggins life had few creature comforts To survive, he would often remain hidden in the woods or in secure basements for days at a time After his time in Romania, Huggins returned to the United States and took up journalism once He again worked for a small newspaper and won several awards as a reporter Later on, he worked at a nonprofit Christian magazine before becoming a patrolman with the Huntsville Police Department in Huntsville, Alabama After distinguished service as a decorated field officer, Huggins left the force to pursue writing novels His first three novels A Wolf Story, The Reckoning, and Leviathan achieved best seller status in the Christian marketplace From there, Huggins broke into mainstream science fiction with Cain and Hunter, both of which were optioned for film rights Huggins then released Rora, a historical novel depicting the harrowing life of a European martyr His following book, Nightbringer, was met with critical acclaim and is in production for a movie.



Comments Hunter

  • Miramira Endevall

    Miramira Endevall Presents: Hunter: The Cliff Notes Version.***Spoiler warning: if you actually care about poorly-written action genra tripe, stop reading now!***From the very second page it is clear that the protagonist, Nathaniel Hunter, is a MAN! (Manly Man!): "[Cahill] turned to the sound of sliding gravel and his mouth opened in surprise as a man, followed by a great black wolf, stepped from the door." Yup, that's a MAN! alright - he has a freakin' wolf for a pet. A wolf named Ghost! Page 3 [...]


  • Christina

    I have been looking for this book for years. I remembered reading it and staying up late to finish it. Also I remember being scared out of my mind. Then I lost it in a move. When people asked me to recommend a good thriller I. could. not. remember. what this book was called. So when I saw it on yesterday I almost lost my mind. It was highly entertaining for me at the time. Scary page turner. Definite recommend.


  • Dave Edlund

    I first read "Hunter" about 13 or 14 years ago, and loved it. I just read it again, this time on my Kindle. That may have been part of the problem, because there were so many errors in spelling and punctuation that it really detracted from the reading. I suppose the paper copy was scanned and then converted to ebook without anyone proof reading the file. Anyway, that's the negative.The positive is that this is one kick-ass story! Nathaniel Hunter is the protagonist. He is a man born 250 years to [...]


  • Denna

    Nathaniel Hunter is a loner. He has plenty of money, but prefers to live in the wilderness, his only friend a coal black wolf named Ghost. Hunter rescued Ghost when he was just a pup and raised him in the mountains, never interfering when the adult wolf needed to establish his dominance with wolf packs living near their home. Their continued relationship was one built out of love and respect, for both man and wolf. Raised in the mountains, not many around can track better than Hunter. With the b [...]


  • Leevora

    10 Things That Makes An Awesome B Movie:*****************. SPOILERS *****************1. Amazing solemn Tracker who could be Native American or white or both. Check! (B movie instantly becomes an A movie IF Ricky Mora 20 years ago or Martin Sensmeier present day plays the lead)2. Awesome mystical large wolf as sidekick. Check! (My favorite character)3. Crazy white dude playing God. Check!4. Military begging a civilian for help. Check!5. Ragtag team of hit men and lone woman. Check! (Rangers, [...]


  • David Dalton

    I just re-read this great action thriller on my Kindle. I first read this thriller back in 99 or so. I loved it then and I still love it! From Hunter I branched out to all of his other thrillers like: Cain, Leviathan, and another of Huggins's thrillers I picked up a week ago: The Reckoning. I have all these thrillers in trade paperback format, except for Hunter wouldn't you know it. I plan to re-read The Reckoning one of these days (another Huggins book on my Profile Shelf).I think I like this b [...]


  • Stephen

    I keep coming back to this book and reading again and again. I think it is the beauty of the wilderness described. The main character is a remnant from the days of H. Rider Haggard, Jules Verne, or Kipling. He's a flawed hero who has found his place among the wilds. He's a man with a particular set of skills that real men aspire to. There are no "Safe Spaces" in the wilds. There is only the darkness.The monster in the book is highly implausible, and there are several holes in the story. However, [...]


  • Michael

    I really liked this book it was the perfect mix of adventure and science gone wrong. I never put it down from the time I picked it up to read it till I finished it.


  • Raegan Butcher

    Wow. This is the way to write a monster story. I couldn't put it down. Extremely compelling.


  • Neil

    It has been a few years since I last read this book; even so, I still enjoyed this book. It is in the vein of two other novels [Leviathan and Cain] where a created being / creature goes on a rampage and must be killed to stop the loss of innocent life. It is funny, though, because this time around I honestly felt like it could have been shortened by several pages and still have worked just fine as a story. Apparently it was written so that Sylvester Stallone could turn it into a movie [some of t [...]


  • Heather

    Tough readI read this book when it was first published. As a teenager this book was interesting and i remember it pretty vivdly so when i found it on amazon I figured it was a golden opportunity for a revisit.Now that I am little older with a few more books under my belt my title for this review sums up my thoughts on this book.The set up is interesting. predator. Only the creature is a genetic mutation instead of an alien. Now you have a group of bad A$$ soldiers fighting this creature. In plac [...]


  • Stephen Ryan

    In Huggins’ Leviathan, science created a living, breathing killing machine (a dragon) and our heroes fought to survive and destroy it. In Huggins’ Cain, science created a living, breathing killing machine (a super-soldier) and our heroes fought to survive and destroy it. In Hunter . . . science . . . creates a living, breathing killing machine (a prehistoric human) and . . . *sigh*. Well, this is the book, that when I was reading Huggins back in college, made me give up on him. Cain had alre [...]


  • ❤redmae_23❤

    Nathaniel Hunter is a loner. He has plenty of money, but prefers to live in the wilderness, his only friend a coal black wolf named Ghost. Hunter rescued Ghost when he was just a pup and raised him in the mountains, never interfering when the adult wolf needed to establish his dominance with wolf packs living near their home. Their continued relationship was one built out of love and respect, for both man and wolf. Raised in the mountains, not many around can track better than Hunter. With the b [...]


  • Victoria

    Well, this book was a bit of a disappointment. Though it did have some cinematic qualities, and some relatively sympathetic characters, the creature itself defied all credibility. The havoc that ensued was just utterly unbelievable and so was the history of the creature (***SPOILER: I mean if the whole biology of this creature was just to kill, kill, kill. and its painting showed that it was not capable of social or cultural activities, why in the world were there paintings at all? And the whole [...]


  • Tony Siddall

    This book is in the Pantheon of awesomely ridiculous outdoor adventure monster books. The first half was a joy to read, with one of the best Tom Brown-esque wilderness experts I've encountered in pulp mass market fiction. The second half was a chore, but I approached it as a labor of love and was rewarded by a surprisingly satisfying final battle with the unkillable, evolutionarily implausible monster. If the stoic Japanese had the resolve to go toe-to-toe with the monster despite its impossible [...]


  • Freda Malone

    Ok, so this story was out of this world and a bit much for my taste. Weapon/Military gun descriptions were lost on me and was hard to follow simply because I am not at all familiar with guns. Too much description of weaponry for me. It was a good story, full of action, and makes you use your imagination to an extreme. 'Hunter', even at the end seemed not to belong in this book. I would have liked to see him in other geographic locations more to his character. Perhaps a story surrounding the 'tra [...]


  • Jim Fromm

    The essence of action.cI had trouble putting this book down. I thought about it at night and made time I didn't rightfully have to get back to the action. Mr. Huggins displays remarkable knowledge of tracking and firearms. Hunter and Ghost are the perfect pairs and Bobbie Jo adds just enough estrogen to prove Hunter is human. All great adventures need a great adversary. Luther's bestial strength defined Hunter's skill, cunning, and dogged determination. The plot was believable, in the age of gen [...]


  • Stephen

    Some readers have panned this book due to the "improbable science." As time goes by bits and pieces of the science are becoming more and more real, but that is not the strength of this book. The strength is Hunter. He is a tracker. This book is more about the hunt, the tracking, and backtrailing. It is a great adventure with pieces of Louis LaMore's Last of the Breed.


  • Ruby

    This was greatThis was a really great book. There were a lot of places where you needed a break line from one scene to the next. A lot of places. And some typographical errors. But, for the book, I can't find any reason not to recommend this to any of my friends, as I will without a doubt


  • Kathy

    HunterWhile not the type of book I typically joy, Hunter captured my imagination from the start. Filled with action and reads at a fast pace. The characters were well developed. I would love a sequel or ongoing series.


  • Bill1971

    Picked it up when I heard Sly was thinking about making it into a movie. Don't know if that was ever confirmed but I did enjoy the book. I liked the team aspect of it. Reminded me a bit of Predator the movie. The hunter character was likable even though he was almost too strong.


  • Louie Simboli

    This was a well written book. It kept my attention right to the last page. It's worth the time in my opinion.


  • Rick

    Read this years ago (twice) and really liked it. Read it again recently and was pretty disappointed.


  • gail west

    ExceptionalYou won't put it down until you are finished. Great action, great characters, an uneasy window into humanity's soul. Read the book.


  • Metodi Markov

    Слаба книга. Долнопробен екшън, неубедителни научни факти и изтъкани от клишета герои. Много зле. Насилих се да я довърша. Чудовището не заслужава никакъв коментар.


  • Donovan

    tally unbelievablebut doesn't slow down if you want a fast read.


  • Randy Evans

    Great story. Lots of action. First story I've read by this author. Will read more for sure. Glad I found this author. Wish I had time to say more because this is really a good read.


  • Darby

    Good take on werewolf tail.


  • Mary Ann

    Good StoryAction adventure. Lots of suspense. I truly enjoyed this story and the characters. I'm sure this would make a fantastic action adventure.


  • Jeff

    As with _Cain_, this has been my go-to book for entertainment. The action is good, the premise is sort of out-there, but it's enjoyable nonetheless.


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