Five Star Review: Hunter Hunted

I received a lovely surprise today when the first review for Hunter Hunted (Book 2 In The Eternals Series) came through. Not only was it great, but it was a 5 Star. Wish I could read that fast.

Top Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars

A Solid Sequel

By Joshua Buller on December 12, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

Hunter Hunted picks up right where the original Eternals left off, bringing us more of Jean’s dry commentary on a world in its dying throes. The story of Hunter Hunted revolves primarily around our protagonist’s interactions with the enigmatic Nordics, his old nemesis the Marquis, and his ever foppish tagalong Merryweather.

Replacing the bubbly Linka as Jean’s feminine counterpart this time around is the stoic Aurora, one of the princesses of the Nordic eternals. Her limited experience with the outside world helps give Jean a whole new perspective on the things he had taken for granted for so long, and is a welcome addition to the cast Richard has built.

Hunter Hunted boasts Ankers’ trademark style of poetic scene setting, painting the world at large with colorful language to bring a sense of life to a land that is, ironically, dying. Those with a taste for dense prose will enjoy the story Hunter Hunted tells.

Though it drops off with quite a cliffhanger, the tale sets the stage for a stunning final chapter to this trilogy. I look forward to seeing how The Eternals comes to an end.


I don’t really care how many stars, reviews or anything like that I receive, only that readers enjoy my books. To see something like the review above makes all the hard work worth it.

Hunter Hunted

Thanks for reading


Richard M. Ankers author of The Eternals Series.


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