The Hunt

The Hunt

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by Stephanie Flint
     
 

1000 words. A young hunter defends herself against an intelligent cougar stalking her family's village.

Written by Stephanie Flint (formerly published under her maiden name, Stephanie Bibb).

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1000 words. A young hunter defends herself against an intelligent cougar stalking her family's village.

Written by Stephanie Flint (formerly published under her maiden name, Stephanie Bibb).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033143887
Publisher:
Infinitas Publishing
Publication date:
04/13/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
581,634
File size:
248 KB

Meet the Author

Stephanie Flint is an author and book cover designer. 1000 Words is a project consisting of 1000-word short stories, each accompanied by her own photographic illustrations. She married Isaac Flint in June 2012, and while some of her older works will still have cover art labeled with Stephanie Bibb as the author in the compilation of the 1000 Words project, newer works will be labeled with Stephanie Flint.

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The Hunt 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey, remember me? By a different name, of course...I think each chapter should be based on one Career group, or one loner. Don't write as 20 people/creatures at once. So far, it's a prettt good PROLOGUE.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Then give this one pass. It is regretably limited to the genre of a child's book. Simplistic, yet shallow characters are well wed to predictable and tiresome plots. This is appropriate for children up to age seven.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Prey posts soon...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You play league of legends too? Tell me your name and ill add you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
NOOIOOOOOOOOOO LLLLLIINNNKKK! I hate you. You toook the best two charitee and killed link. F<_>ucking Link?!?!?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry for the delay! I totally spaced writing this chapter yesterday. <p> Thanks for the idea, Katsa. LoL guy, my Summoner name is Chessmaniack. I main Lucian and Kha'zix. <p> The Black widow is a karate-master gunfighter from Marvel. <p> Without further ado, here's chapter two! -Temeraire <p> Kha'zix the voidreaver watched from the jungle as all of the tributes battling at the cornocopia dispersed amd formed alliances. Moving stealthily, he travelled towards one particular foe, Hermionie. This one was easy prey. Kha'zix readied his claws and wings, and leaped out of the bushes in burst of movement. His claws slashed towards the hum's neck, and he snarled. But then, he was shocked by an impact. An explosion from the forest had knocked him and Hermionie awy from each other. From the jungle stepped two new foes: Iron Man and a Dalek. This unlikely partnership had formed when Jarvis had interfaced with the Dalek's central conputer amd they had agreed to not destroy each other. Kha'zix watched from the bushes as the two fought Hermionie. She seemed to wound the Dalek, but she eventually fell to a missile. The cannon sounded. Kha'zix moved into position.. and attacked. The Dalek's armor shredded like tin foil under his claws, and the cresture within shrieked as it was sliced in half. Iron Man realized he was outmatched, and flew away above the canopy. Kha'zix snarled in frustration and prepared to find his next prey. As he walked through the Jungle, he noticed a pack of velociraptors travelling with him, but he didn't pay them any attention. Soon, however, they had encircled him. The pack leader snarled and walked towards him, only to have his belly slit open by a razor-sharp claw. The rest of the Raptors seemed to accept his dominance of their pack, and began to follow him rather than their former leader. Soon, Kha'zix came upon his next target: a group of people sitting around a blazing fire. Fools. A fire would tell him where they are, even from far across the Park. And it would signal the dnosaurs, too. <p>