H.U.B. (Humanity's Ultimate Battle) Volume 1 [NOOK Book]

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Vampires, long believed to be nothing but myth and legend, do in fact exist. For years they have lived peacefully amongst humans but all that is about to change. Not content with being considered an equal to the human race, a faction has arisen that is threatening to fracture the delicate truce and engage in a global war pitting humans against vampires.

The first volume of an epic series is here and the world...
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H.U.B. (Humanity's Ultimate Battle) Volume 1

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Overview

Vampires, long believed to be nothing but myth and legend, do in fact exist. For years they have lived peacefully amongst humans but all that is about to change. Not content with being considered an equal to the human race, a faction has arisen that is threatening to fracture the delicate truce and engage in a global war pitting humans against vampires.

The first volume of an epic series is here and the world will never be the same.
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Editorial Reviews

Benjamin Rogers
To say that I was floored is an understatement! In a world where we have forgotten what it meant to be a Vampire, Benjamin Jones has forced the genre back to it's roots. There is no sparkly, dreamboat, teenage heartthrob vampires in HUB. This series is about the real deal! Claws, fangs, and bad attitudes! Throw in suspense, political wrangling, and the a hint of apocalyptic vision and you get HUB.
John Bell
Considering the glut of vampire fiction in the marketplace today it's easy to be a little skeptical when yet another story in the genre comes along. But H.U.B (Humanity's Ultimate Battle) is abundant with elements sorely lacking in today's Vampire fiction - namely a gritty, dark edge with social relevance.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011801679
  • Publisher: Benjamin Jones
  • Publication date: 9/30/2010
  • Series: H.U.B. (Humanity's Ultimate Battle) , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,226,888
  • File size: 62 KB

Meet the Author

Benjamin Jones was born in Greeneville, TN but currently resides in Little Elm, TX with his wife, two daughters, two dogs, and one cat. Benjamin has been writing for close to 15 years while working various 9-5 jobs but, all the while, finding time to keep the writing the main priority and always trying to hone his craft. Through fellow author Tiffanie Minnis, author of the upcoming novel ~D.I.V.A.~ Domestically Involved in Violent Affairs, joined the writing community Writers Movement which is an online site for writers and aspiring authors to meet for chat, exchange of knowledge, ideas, support, and promotion.
Raised off of horror movies and seeing the recent glut of vampire books/movies/TV shows, inspired Benjamin Jones, along with illustrator Justin Taylor, to come up with the idea for H.U.B. – Humanity’s Ultimate Battle to take vampires back to the time when they weren’t focused so much towards the teen audience and instead to the time when they were feared and only wanted blood. H.U.B. Volume 1 is currently available right now with H.U.B. Volume 2: Blowback is due to be released on 10.29.10 just in time for Halloween.
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  • Posted October 8, 2010

    Highly Recommend!!!

    I must say that I was never a fan of vampires but H.U.B. has introduced me to a new liking for vampires in a different light. This novel is filled with action, fear, blood gushing, political views and illusions that will make you scrutinize the way we view those that surrounds us. I was hooked from the beginning and really didn't want the story to end. This isn't your typical vampire blood sucking story. If you are bitten, you were ripped to shreds, broken in half and only your limbs were left to be identified by family members. It is set in a modern day society so it gives you a sense of a possible "true" reality. If you are into vampires, this is a great book to check out. Even if you aren't, like I was, I guarantee your mind will be changed.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted February 3, 2013

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    Next result. I meant 15

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Phenomenal!

    This is my first vampire based book and I absolutely love it! The view of vampires has been romanticised as of late thanks to the books and movies. However Mr. Jones brings it back quite nicely. If you're not into the vampires that sparkle then this book is definitely for you! I can't wait to read Vol.2!!!!!

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    Posted October 29, 2010

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