The Ninth Hunter by Anna Hub release date January 12, 2016.
About The Ninth Hunter:
“These weren’t ghosts of the dead with unfinished business. They were something far more sinister.
Daniel Barrow is a ghost hunter bound to a life of misery; protecting the world from ghosts by killing their human hosts. He knows the rules: mark the targets, plot the crime scenes, and then murder those beyond saving. Daniel’s safe in his rituals—until he meets Faye Michaels.
Faye isn’t his average target and her ghosts threaten to destroy everything he has worked for. When his ritual goes wrong, Daniel must create an uneasy alliance with the woman he intended to kill. But the deeper they dig, the closer they get to a dangerous secret that will change their lives forever.
Daniel must make a choice: fulfil his duty, or turn his back on those he has come to trust. Can the truth lead him to salvation?”
My Five Star Review:
The Ninth Hunter is not your typical Ghost story but so much more. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I won a free copy of this book. It’s a completely different concept about ghosts, how they interact with humans, and the hunters who track the ghosts. (To me this is a Supernatural/Paranormal/Horror New Adult story for readers 16+)
Twenty-three year old Daniel Barrow, who has been hunting ghosts for the past 6 years, is about to commit murder, again. His target is twenty-three year old Faye Michaels who is being haunted by ghosts. Things don’t go exactly as planned when Daniel finally gets face to face with Faye. This story is action packed from the very beginning and took me on a ride I didn’t want to get off of. There are twists and turns along the way, secrets and information that turns the course of events, and an ending I thought would truly never happen. Anna Hub created very intense characters and likable at the same time. It was enjoyable to watch Daniel and Faye’s characters evolve and change as the story progressed.
The Ninth Hunter is extremely well written and kept me engaged the entire way through. I look forward to reading more of Anna’s books.
Check out Anna’s blog for some great question and answers: Anna’s Blog Q&A