Rogue Hunter: Life Force

Rogue Hunter: Life Force

by Kevis Hendrickson

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Overview

Rogue Hunter: Life Force by Kevis Hendrickson

With this exciting third entry, the Rogue Hunter series sheds its skin and gives us an intimate look into the life of the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy...

THE ULTIMATE SIN.

While on the run from her enemies, Zyra goes into hiding on Space Station Phoenix. She comes down with a mysterious illness and seeks the aid of Ryan Grant, the station doctor. Fearing a terminal disease, Zyra turns to Ryan for support but their budding friendship takes an unexpected turn.

As things heat up between Zyra and Ryan, vile gangsters hunt her. Zyra knows she must get off of Phoenix before it is too late. But can she risk leaving without a cure for her illness?

Death haunts her every step and time is running out. As her health worsens, Zyra's uncontrollable desire for Ryan takes her down a dark path of unbridled sensuality that threatens to destroy her very soul.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511511216
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/31/2015
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.89(d)

About the Author

Kevis Hendrickson is the author of eight Science Fiction and Fantasy novels, including The Legend of Witch Bane and the Rogue Hunter series. His second novel Rogue Hunter: Quest of the Hunter won the Red Adept Annual Indie Award (2010) for 'Top Science Fiction'. His most recent novel is Rogue Hunter: Valor. The sixth book in the series, Rogue Hunter: Death Moon, is scheduled for release in 2017. He is working on a brand new urban fantasy series which also makes its debut next year. He has also published one novella, one epic poem, one non-fiction book, and eight short stories.

He has also published one novella, one epic poem, one non-fiction book, and eight short stories.

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Rogue Hunter: Life Force 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TheBibliophilicBookBlog More than 1 year ago
After all Zyra’s been through she needs to take some time to recuperate and get her ship fixed. She’s on Space Station Phoenix and is forced to go to the station doctor due to a mysterious illness. Dr. Ryan Grant is a very unusual physician and researcher, searching for the holy grail of science. Zyra’s also up for some R&R and isn’t always discriminating in her partners. Starting a relationship with Ryan may cost Zyra more than she ever realized… Note to readers: This book has explicit/graphic scenes of sex and violence, please read at your own risk. ROGUE HUNTER: LIFE FORCE seems like a glimpse into Zyra’s past through her present. While she has all this untold potential and definite badass-itude, she’s very fragile, too. I definitely wanted to shake Zyra so badly during the story due to some of her choices. However, I can see where telling this particular story is important in understanding Zyra and her destiny. ROGUE HUNTER: LIFE FORCE is a compelling and oft-times disturbing story – definitely enjoyed it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is part of a series. Readers who have read the earlier books in the series will recognize the characters right away, but I didn't read the earlier books before reading this. I was able to follow the story quite well with little or no confusion. The writing is very descriptive with adverbs and adjectives used generously, though that isn't necessarily a criticism. I didn't always like how some descriptive words were used, but I don't necessarily think it was always a bad thing. Some readers will enjoy this since the use of descriptive words means that they don't have to sit through paragraphs-long descriptions of each thing that comes into the scene (think: Charles Dickens). I also do like how the characters appear to be people first and, though distinct from one another, tend to have goals and ideas that can be translated, i.e. there aren't major disconnects between characters and when they interact, they act in ways that make sense. The main criticism I have is with Jack's dialogue. He is supposed to be Southern, but I didn't really like the way he talks. He is written to basically have a lot of history that is actually pretty interesting, but the colloquialisms are not very believable and don't usually line up with what his character is supposed to be. Overall though, this story is quite good and readers will find a lot to like.