Monster Huntress

Monster Huntress

by David Wiley

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Overview

Consecrated with her mother's blood and blessing

The world tells Ava she's just a little girl who should know her place, but Ava wants a sword not a crown.
Ava and her father are following in her mother's footsteps, hunting monsters in the 13 Kingdoms, seeking revenge for her mother's untimely death. Little do they know that the monster responsible is building up a dangerous force. When The King requests the help of Ava's father in exchange for her becoming a princess, Ava is not pleased. Can Ava escape her fate and the obnoxious prince of Harborg to live the life she's always known, or will the dark plans of the monster catch her in his trap.
David Wiley combines the action of Tomb Raider with the fantastical elements of The Witcher to create the exciting world of The Young Huntress high fantasy series.
Track down Monster Huntress today and slay your need for good fantasy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946382276
Publisher: OWS Ink. LLC
Publication date: 04/14/2018
Pages: 282
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

David Wiley is an author of science fiction and fantasy stories, choosing to write the stories that he would love to read. His first fantasy novel, Monster Huntress, will be published by OWS Ink, LLC. in April 2018. His novella, A Merchant in Oria, is set in the same fantasy world but follows a different cast of characters on an adventure that challenges the notion of what it takes to be a hero.

His short fiction has previously been published in Sci Phi Journal, OWS Ink, and King Arthur anthologies by Uffda Press and 18th Wall Productions. David resides in central Iowa with his wife and son, and spends his time reading, writing, and playing board games.

Table of Contents



Dedication iv

Prologue 1

CHAPTER ONE Monsters and Spies 11

CHAPTER TWO The Council of Elders 21

CHAPTER THREE Preparations for War 33

CHAPTER FOUR Goblin Invasion 47

CHAPTER FIVE A Tearful Farewell 55

CHAPTER SIX Picking up the Trail 65

CHAPTER SEVEN The Storming Stallion 77

CHAPTER EIGHT Following the First Trail 89

CHAPTER NINE A Royal Reception 99

CHAPTER TEN Imprisonment 113

CHAPTER ELEVEN The Order 127

CHAPTER TWELVE A Monster in Hárborg 137

CHAPTER THIRTEEN The Annals 155

CHAPTER FOURTEEN An Unwelcome Companion 165

CHAPTER FIFTEEN Not Quite a Dragon 177

CHAPTER SIXTEEN Outlaws 187

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Escape 193

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Fading Hope 203

CHAPTER NINETEEN Hunting Alone 211

CHAPTER TWENTY The Hero of Tirgoth 217

CHAPTER TWENTY ONE A Plot Uncovered 223

CHAPTER TWENTY TWO Unmasking Dreams 229

CHAPTER TWENTY THREE A Desert Monster 237

CHAPTER TWENTY FOUR The Second Threat 243

CHAPTER TWENTY FIVE To Kill A Troll 249

CHAPTER TWENTY SIX The Real Threat 255

CHAPTER TWENTY SEVEN Monster Huntress 263

About the Author 271

More books by OWS 272

More books by David Wiley 275

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Monster Huntress 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SMAyers More than 1 year ago
I received an adanced reader copy in exchange for my honest review. I have to admit I have not been keeping up with current YA fantasy trends, but I have  noticed the current trend of strong female lead characters in most any genre. This book does not disappoint. Wiley does a fantastic job of weaving in her emotions and her emotions about her emotions or her desire to not show them at all. This book is simply a delight to read, written so well you can't put it down. This book is a fast read, not because it is short, but because it is packed with adventure. Once I started reading it, I was loathe to put it down. When I did have to put it down, it was all I could think about returning to. As a child, my favorite books were the ones that I could get lost in, the ones where I became the protagonist, the ones where I was the hero of the story. I would daydream and make up new adventures as this character. Wiley's Ava is one such character. I wish I had met her when I was a child. Wiley has a gift of bringing characters to life. Each character within Monster Huntress will make you care about them, whether its a hopeful love, a "what happens to," or an innate dislike, because oh yes, things are not as simple as Ava would like them to be, and yes, there's some bad juju at play. Ava will work her way into your heart from the first chapter. You'll find yourself experiencing the journey from the safety of your couch, but be prepared. You will get so lost in this book, so involved in the story that coming back to reality may be a shock. Feed your (and your child's) imagination with Monster Huntress.