The Hunt (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, May 8, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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Don’t Sweat.  Don’t Laugh.  Don’t draw attention to yourself.  And most of all, whatever you do, do not fall in love with one of them.

Gene is different from everyone else around him.  He can’t run with lightning speed, sunlight doesn’t hurt him and he doesn’t have an unquenchable lust for blood.  Gene is a human, and he knows the rules.  Keep the truth a secret.  It’s the only way to stay alive in a world of night—a world where humans are considered a delicacy and hunted for their blood.

When he’s chosen for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt the last remaining humans, Gene’s carefully constructed life begins to crumble around him.  He’s thrust into the path of a girl who makes him feel things he never thought possible—and into a ruthless pack of hunters whose suspicions about his true nature are growing. Now that Gene has finally found something worth fighting for, his need to survive is stronger than ever—but is it worth the cost of his humanity?




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User Review  - Krys - Goodreads

The Hunt was a two day read for me... mostly because I had to stay up until the very end of it tonight to finish it. I don't ever say this that often with books but this was one I simply could not put ... Read full review

Review: The Hunt (The Hunt #1)

User Review  - JennyJen - Goodreads

3.5 stars Brace yourselves, because this: rage 1 photo rage1.gif is a rage zombie… but whatever. This is exactly what I pictured when I thought of the vamps in The Hunt. This was a bit of a wild ride ... Read full review

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Born in Manhattan and raised in Hong Kong, ANDREW FUKUDA currently resides on Long Island, New York. After earning a bachelor's degree in history from Cornell University, Fukuda went on to work as a criminal prosecutor in New York City. He now writes full time.

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