Hunter: Part Two of Guy Erma & The Son of Empire
Hunter: Part Two of Guy Erma & The Son of Empire comes alive and is just as good as the first part!
About Hunter: Part Two of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire
Thirteen year old, Teodor is taken by battle borgs of the Dome and now he must fight to survive.
Thirteen year old, Guy Erma has been given a chance to fight for his place in the Dome Elite, a dream he has held on to for a long time. But who will he fight?
Once they were heroes, these men died as heroes in battle. Now they have been reincarnated as the Battle Borgs of the Dome.
These two boys are as different as night and day. They face the same danger, the same enemy and the same fear but can they trust each other.
While a young adult science fiction thriller, I fell in love with this novel! The second part of this series is just as good (if not better) than part one – I just could not put it down.
The characters in this story are built up and we see into the personal lives of each of them just a tad bit more. We learn what Guy and the Dome Elite have had to endure to become who they are today. They have suffered constantly and this has influenced the decisions they make. They are heroic but still bend to their leader.
The plot definitely thickens in this book, as Teodor’s Mother is forced to make difficult decisions in order to save her son. New enemies walk into their lives – ones you could never imagine being so cruel!
Teodor fights bravely for his freedom in this novel as we get a glimpse of his royalty training and his determination to live. While these boys are as different as night and day, their futures are intertwined so deeply and each turn of the page exposes more truth and light.
The ending left me hanging! She built it up beautifully and leaves you craving for more. I am counting down until the next novel in this series is published.
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Sally was born in Wallasey, England in 1964 and moved to the South of France when she was eleven. She spent her teenage years in Monaco learning the languages and cultures. As an English girl in a French school, she would spend her English classes at the back of the class writing stories thus inspiring her love of writing. Sally now writes marketing communications and manages large international websites. Sally currently lives in Farham with her husband and two children. You can connect with Sally on her website, Twitter and Facebook.
Disclosure: I received a digital copy of this book in order to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are my own.