Genesis of the Hunter – Book I

Genesis of the Hunter – Book I

June 1, 2010 in Feature, Joshua's Work Comments off

Genesis of the Hunter is one of those novels whose gripping suspense, action and mystery can be ruined by spoilers; so, for those prospective readers who would like the general tip of the iceberg without having the story compromised, this brief synopsis is for you.  Still, I would suggest, that if you desire to have the purity of this novel’s ‘unknown’ intact, just pick it up and give it a read. Either way, I hope you enjoy.

The world that cradles humankind has yet to be completely understood, and much of its archaic beginnings linger within our minds upon a plane of postulates, mystery and uncertain truth, the voice of myth from times long past. Yet in these legends there are often glimmers of truths, truths that are dismissed as mere lore because of the inconceivable reality they might otherwise represent. 

This is such a story: the origin of a legend, one that spans from distant past to the present day – the origin of the vampire. 

Alluring, thought provoking and brimming with riveting action and suspense, this is the dark, epic chronicle of a man changed in nature and body.  Once a sentinel of a prosperous settlement, he is forced into a nocturnal existence, and instinctually compelled in ways that he fears will cost him his very humanity.  He discovers he has gained an unnatural longevity, and while the ages pass him without truly leaving their mark upon him, the modern world develops around him. 

His existence is eventually discovered by the elites of the West, an old organization whose siege even he shall be hard pressed to survive. - ©2010