Hunters by Aoife Marie Sheridan

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HUNTERS: Demon Series Part One by Aoife Marie Sheridan

* I received a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. What follows is my unbiased opinion of HUNTERS by Aoife Marie Sheridan.*

SYNOPSIS:

Abigail is 19. She should be attending college and spending time with friends, but that is not the case. Abigail is a demon hunter. She can also see and communicate with ghosts.

After the death of her family she was adopted by Father Peter who also heads up her demon hunting group.

Abigail has a guardian angel who protects her, but she does not feel worthy of his protection or his love.

Abigail feels like there is something different about herself but isn’t sure what it is.

This story takes many twists and turns. It is full of paranormal twists, action, adventure, romance and lots of angst.

It is an intriguing and interesting read and is the first book in a new series.

WHAT I DID NOT LIKE ABOUT THIS BOOK:

There are quite a few editing errors, such as: “I gave Zee a nod just as I turned the door handle and entered the DARKEN room…” It should read “darkened”.

Another example is: “The candles hit the carpet and distinguished almost immediately…” It should say, “extinguished”.

Also some of the sentence structures were confusing, such as: “Her body was partially naked and her long blonde hair was stuck to her neck with sweat, I couldn’t make out her features as her face was no longer human looking than the hands that rested on her swollen abdominal.”
My response to that confusing, run-on sentence is “What?”

Also, the author uses the word “rigid” many, many times throughout the story and almost every time it is spelled wrong. Instead of “rigid” it says “ridged”.

RATING:

Due to the editing errors I cannot rate this book as highly as it would deserve if those errors were fixed. Therefore this book receives a 4 out of 5 star rating.

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