The Witch Hunter (Book One in the Witch Hunter Saga)
By Nicole R. Taylor
- Release Date: 2013-03-04
- Genre: Fantasy
The Witch Hunter (Book One in the Witch Hunter Saga) Nicole R. Taylor Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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The Witch Hunter
Good book. Interesting characters.
I enjoyed this book!
Just after reading two or three lines I had to stop and look at the title because I thought I was reading the vampire diaries and the originals combined back into almost one decent storyline. I only have two stars because it was relatively good even though it's not original.
The whole cast is here again in yet another moody vampire romance.
However, this one is decidedly worst than most because the two true "main" characters are too moody to actually say anything about themselves while the other characters narratives provide vague hints of who they are.
This book was easy to move through because there simply wasn't any substance to it. I found these characters i barely understood thrown into a plot of revenge and sorcery at the very start. Meanwhile more than half the book was about a love triangle and the moody vampires falling in love while this supposed evil witch was out to get them. I guess she needed time to plot.
Shacking my head.... 👎🏻
When I downloaded this book I thought it might be a good one. From the first chapter it seemed like the author just re-wrote "The Vampire Diaries" of course changed a few things. I don't like to re-read the same stories. Hence I will not be buying the books following this one. Please be authentic and come up with your own ideas.
Begging for editing
While I enjoy the story line of this series (admitting I have read more than one), I find myself too frequently irritated by a particularly grating lack of proper English grammar, in particular the regular occurrence of the sequence, ‘ of’, as in ‘If I hadn’t of come along when I did…’.
Could the author please, please retain an editor conversant with proper English grammar? I find myself reading an enjoyable yarn when the fingernails scrape on the chalkboard with this recurring grammar faux pas and the scene is spoiled. And this happens repeatedly in each volume.