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!!> PDF ✮ The Prey (The Hunt, #2) ❤ Author Andrew Fukuda – Webpolitics.us

The Prey (The Hunt, #2) For Gene And The Remaining Humans Or Hepers Death Is Just A Heartbeat Away On The Run And Hunted By Society, They Must Find A Way To Survive In The Vast And Avoid The Hungry Predators Tracking Them In The Dark But They Re Not The Only Things Following Gene He S Haunted By The Girl He Left Behind And His Burgeoning Feelings For Sissy, The Human Girl At His Side.When They Discover A Refuge Of Exiled Humans Living High In The Mountains, Gene And His Friends Think They Re Finally Safe Led By A Group Of Intensely Secretive Elders, The Civilisation Begins To Raise Questions Than Answers A Strict Code Of Behaviour Is The Rule, Harsh Punishments Are Meted Out, Young Men Are Nowhere To Be Found And Gene Begins To Wonder If The World They Ve Entered Is Just As Evil As The One They Left Behind As Life At The Refuge Grows Perilous, He And Sissy Only Grow Closer In An Increasingly Violent World, All They Have Is Each Other If They Can Only Stay Alive.

!!> PDF ✮ The Prey (The Hunt, #2)  ❤ Author Andrew Fukuda – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 322 pages
  • The Prey (The Hunt, #2)
  • Andrew Fukuda
  • English
  • 07 March 2018
  • 0857075446

    10 thoughts on “!!> PDF ✮ The Prey (The Hunt, #2) ❤ Author Andrew Fukuda – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    I admit part of the reason why I liked The Hunt so much was because it was bizarre different I know, I m weird like that The hepers were the minority living among the duskers, and the bizarreness like the sticking their elbows into each others armpits or the wrist scratching made it unique, and I m a bit disappointed there wasn t any weirdness in this book.Taking those things out of the book made The Prey much a like any other dystopian one that follows the general storyline of a wor I admit part of the reason why I liked The Hunt so much was because it was bizarre different I know, I m weird like that The hepers were the minority living among the duskers, and the bizarreness like the sticking their elbows into each others armpits or the wrist scratching made it unique, and I m a bit disappointed there wasn t any weirdness in this book.Taking those things out of the book made The Prey much a like any other dystopian one that follows the general storyline of a world that exists a certain way, and the inhabitants learned that they have been lied to al their lives However, much of the world building took place in the first book, so this one was able to take off from the start It was full of action and excitement, and even though it was predictable, it wasthan enough to suck me in particularly with th...


  2. says:

    Read along with BBP, March 2013.I m afraid a lot of people will read and think it is just too weird, resulting in them not giving this one a chance This Second book was muchstory oriented, a lot of the oddities sort of take a back seat they are still there, but maybe just not as much of a major player I very much so enjoyed this one There were a few predictable moments, but for the most part I was constantly being suprised This was fast paced and action packed, a real adventure boo Read along with BBP, March 2013.I m afraid a lot of people will read and think it is just too weird, resulting in them not giving this one a chance This Second book was muchstory oriented, a lot of the oddities sort of take a back seat they are still there, but maybe just not as much of a major player I very much so enjoyed this one There were a few predictable moments, but for the most part I was constantly being suprised This was fast paced and action packed, a real adventure book.Spoilers from this point onSo, the first part of this book sort of stressed me out I was afraid t...


  3. says:

    The Prey is everything I expected from the sequel to The Hunt I know that sounds like a positive reaction and I could talk about how all my expectations were met, but that s just my problem I anticipated everything Thinking back, I really liked The Hunt because it s a survival story centered around a guy in a tough situation where one wrong move meant instant death at the fangs of the vampires around him, I wasn t so concerned with the dystopian backstory, and that s why I m mildly disappoin The Prey is everything I expected from the sequel to The Hunt I know that sounds like a positive reaction and I could talk about how all my expectations were met, but that s just my problem I anticipated everything Thinking back, I really liked The Hunt because it s a survival story centered around a guy in a tough situation where one wrong move meant instant death at the fangs of the vampires around him, I wasn t so concerned with the dystopian backstory, and that s why I m mildly disappointed by this sequel The Prey isn t so much about Gene s struggle to survive as much as it s an exploration of how the vampire society came about.One of my favorite parts of the first book is the vampires being so different from humans and the lengths Gene goes to survive I know it s not realistic, but sleeping on ceilings, eating raw meats, shoving elbows into armpits, craving for Hepers, the stuff Gene has to do to escape detection and the constant threat...


  4. says:

    UmI m want to see ashley June get rescued How can he fall for another girl when Ashley June risked her life for him in a huge way, and is left rotting in a hole Idk, I want to read this sequel, but the first book ...


  5. says:

    The second installment wasfast paced and withaction There were a lot of twists in the plot that kept me hooked Can t wait to see how this is going to end


  6. says:

    I always hope that, where I ve enjoyed the first book in a series, the rest will prove to be at least as good Andrew Fukuda s debut novel, The Hunt, while not a favorite was an enjoyable action read, a nice change of pace from mycontemplative reads In reading The Prey, I really hoped to findof the same, but instead it alternated between wtfery and completely predictable plot twists.Since I like to give credit where credit is due, there are two things that I did like about The Prey I always hope that, where I ve enjoyed the first book in a series, the rest will prove to be at least as good Andrew Fukuda s debut novel, The Hunt, while not a favorite was an enjoyable action read, a nice change of pace from mycontemplative reads In reading The Prey, I really hoped to findof the same, but instead it alternated between wtfery and completely pred...


  7. says:

    This book is a sequel to The Hunt, which I read a few months ago The Prey definitely improved on its predecessor in fact, it is one of the best books I have read so far this year The previous book introduced a dark, bloody, dystopian world, where humans are seemingly all but extinct, subsumed by a new breed a superstrong, superfast cannibalistic people who will literally tear you limb from limb, eating your flesh and drinking your blood The hero, Gene, survives by the use of a brazenly cl This book is a sequel to The Hunt, which I read a few months ago The Prey definitely improved on its predecessor in fact, it is one of the best books I have read so far this year The previous book introduced a dark, bloody, dystopian world, where humans are seemingly all but extinct, subsumed by a new breed a superstrong, superfast cannibalistic people who will literally tear you limb from limb, eating your flesh and drinking your blood The hero, Gene, survives by the use of a brazenly clever Purloined Human or Heper, what humans are called in this book technique he hides in the midst of th...


  8. says:

    I liked this book pretty well I like how Sissy trusts Gene evennow, and how they become closer to each other I like how Gene is smart and knows how to escape I like how they get to the one place I hate how Sissy is tortured and branded I like how they escape and how Siss...


  9. says:

    3.5 The Prey by Andrew Fukuda is the sequel to The Hunt, a book I hadn t planned on reading but once I did I was happy because it was thrilling and involved a unique and creepy world I have been waiting on this sequel since then and it was just as good.The Prey starts up where The Hunt left off Gene, Sissy, Ben, David, Jacob, and Epap have escaped from the Dome and are now in the wild, trying to follow vague instructions left for them by The Scientist, Gene s father Each night Hunters arrive 3.5 The Prey by Andrew Fukuda is the sequel to The Hunt, a book I hadn t planned on reading but once I did I was happy because it was thrilling and involved a unique and creepy world I have been waiting on this sequel since then and it was just as good.The Prey starts up where The Hunt left off Gene, Sissy, Ben, David, Jacob, and Epap have escaped from the Dome and are now in the wild, trying to follow vague instructions left for them by The Scientist, Gene s father Each night Hunters arrive on the river banks, trailing their boat, eager to catch and kill them Eventually they arrive at The Mission, a small village nestled in some mountains and they discover humans living there, seemingly peaceful, well fed and cared for But life there is not as it seems and Gene must figure out how to find The Origin.I like Gene, he s quite a serious guy and I find that his narration has a n...


  10. says:

    I did not appreciate this book very much There was an immense plot and a couple shocking plot twists that I liked, but I just didn t relate Even though the story line was good, the writing was not something I would want to read again I was very disappointed since I really enjoyed the first book of this series I would not recommend unless you otherwise see fit Anyhow, I think you should read the first book of the series, The Hunt, it was very good Even though I did not particularly enjoy th I did not appreciate this book very much There was an immense plot and a couple shocking plot twists that I liked, but I just didn t relate Even though the story line was good, the writin...

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