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The Last Hunter - Ascent (Book 3 of the Antarktos Saga)

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  • Posted February 3, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    Wow, what can I say?!

    This book had me glued to it. The rest of the series (ANTARKTOS RISING, DECENT, and PURSUIT) should be read first. In this book, the two story lines of The Last Hunter series and Antarktos Rising converge in a way only Jeremy Robinson can portray. This book will have you wishing for an early release of the next book in the series! A fantastic adventure/thriller that I recommend to anyone!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 30, 2014

    It is always good to find a series of books that you can get los

    It is always good to find a series of books that you can get lost in. With wonderful writing, fun characters that you grow to love or hate. Next one please

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  • Posted February 8, 2014

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    Solomon is back! Solomon starts this story a captive. As a capt

    Solomon is back!

    Solomon starts this story a captive. As a captive he learns more about himself. He learns more about forgiveness and forgiving himself. When he does, he learns he can walk right out of his prison. It was self-imposed. 

    Solomon arrives at the surface of Antarktos to find the land has changed. On his way to Mount Olympus to find a weapon capable of defeating the Nephilim he meets up with a band of hunters who have thrown off the mantle of their masters. He’s also reunited with Kainda, Em, and Luca. 

    I really loved this book! Jeremy Robinson does a great job of articulating forgiveness and the power it gives one. 

    This is a must read! This can be read as a stand-alone book but start at the beginning of the series. You won’t be disappointed.  

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  • Posted January 11, 2014

    When I found out about this book, it didn't interest me as much

    When I found out about this book, it didn't interest me as much as previous books of Robinson's had, I held off on getting it till I was finished with the others. Got the first one and immediately got the rest. This series blew me away, I loved it. What I thought was going to be more of a young adult series was one of the best I have ever read. It sucked me in, I loved each character and couldn't wait for more. Antarktos Rising was the first book of Robinson's I read and what got me hooked, this series sealed the deal. It's beautiful in its detail, funny, full of adventure and a great story. I encourage you to check these out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2012

    Great

    This 3rd book in the series is just as goodif not better than the others. There is never a disappointment with his books--excitement, adventure, suspense and always great characters and world building. Thanks for the great adventuresand keep them coming please!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2012

    Ack...next book please!

    I've enjoyed each book of this series more than the previous one. Now I want the next! Robinson has a way of building up the suspense over and over and leaves me wanting more. I'll admit in this story I do miss Ull a bit. He's not gone nor forgotten just not the Ull from book 1. To those who are following the order, I'd read Antarktos Rising before this one. It's not necessary, but you'll probably enjoy Antarktos Rising more if you do and a few things in this book will make more sense.

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