The Hunter - Trilogy

by Bokuboy

Original COMPLETED Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-fi Harem Male Lead Martial Arts Non-Human lead Portal Fantasy / Isekai Reincarnation Space Opera Strong Lead
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“Start talking.” Ullir said.
“Go to hell.” The scaly alien spat.
“You have always underestimated me.” Ullir said and touched the alien's arm with the Light sword and he screamed. “You believe that I hold your lives in high regard, and you couldn't be farther from the truth. You are scum. The worst of the worst.” He said and slowly moved the Light sword through the alien's arm, who screamed again.

publish daily with occasional breaks between books. Preliminary cover by me.
The first book (Star Wars like, 777 pages, part one) is done. A complete rewrite / retelling / massive expansion / using some of the ideas from Reborn Into Starwars, Summoned into Fantasy by TTT144. With permission, I made it my own. I've actually created a whole new universe for it.
The second book (Fantasy, 1,348 pages, part two) is done, and characters from the first book are in it, crossing scifi and fantasy.
The third book (Scifi, 1,983 pages, part three) is done, and characters from the first and possibly second books are in it.

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This is not how people work

On chapter Book Two: The Summoned 011

 

Style: It works, not so bad you that it hurts to read but not comparable to stories like The Wandering Inn.

 

Grammar: Good enough and doesn't bother me. (Recommend using something like ProWritingAid to help notice possible grammar and style issues)

 

Stoy: Was very interesting up until the start of the second book and it was at this point where I was getting bored of the story and had a hard time trying to continue reading it.

 

Characters: This was the biggest issue for me since Ullir is always in the right, he constantly lectures people on why they are wrong and nobody can counter what he says because he is the main character. Adding on to that, the rest of the characters can make some stupid and incomprehensible decisions that makes no sense and it feels artificial because these stupid decisions are just used to make Ullir in the right while everyone else is in the wrong. Another issue for me was how women are portrayed in the story. Women in this story are always blushing around Ullir because he's so charming and most of them want to jump on his d***. The worst part for me is when he sexually assaults two women (groping, forced kissing) and those two women just blush it off and become more attracted to him because it felt good, when they should have instead been creeped out that a strange (and attractive) man started touching them.

 

 

ShadowOfHAvoc
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So this story started off intriguing but after having read the first book Presence I have lost all interest in it. This story parades female characters by the MC and then forces us to watch 3/4 of them fall in love with the MC. And the other 1/4 hate his guts. I personally don't find this interesting but whatever. 

 

I think the thing that bugs me the most is the pacing of the story. The academy portion was interesting but after that it became a slog. I think the focus on romance/erotic content acctualy hinders what could have been a decent story. Because honestly it takes up half of the story.

Now fight scenes, they start off ok, but they don't improve and acctualy at end of the book, the climax, it is meh, there is no tension and honestly it felt rushed. So yeah the fights overall are bad.

Maybe this changes in book 2 but honestly the summoning thing doesn't interest me, you gave up a interesting universe that you spent 60 chapters crafting just to start over.

Thanks for the excellent t quality chapters and for reading this review. Keep up the good work 

kronosxviii
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Seems to have lost its focus

Book 1: Good

Book 2: Was Ok.  Even the author admitted that towards the ending of book 2 that it would've turned into a copy pasta fest causing it to become very boring.  As such, the ending of book 2 felt emptier than the vacuum of space.

Book 3:  Ongoing...  Honest the author should probably add the 'slice of life' tag to the fiction page at this point, because around 80-90% of book 3 is just that 'slice of life'.  There's nothing wrong with that usually, but the story has come to a ssssslllllloooooowwwwww crawl. 

I mean, I guess we don't always need a explosive, exciting, interesting, well thought out, well paced, story filled with hidden currents and political intrigue.  Then there's that other side of my mind that screams: ''MORE DAKKA!!!''

Oh and as per usual in Boku's stories there's only one male in the main cast because men are eviiiilllllllll.... "J/k'ing"  Or am I?

thejoker195
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Unnatural character's.

Style: it's okay, not too good but not so bad that it would frustrate you to quitting, though it really tends to bit a bit too tell and less show.

Story: the premise for this is actually an interesting one, good space adventures are hard to find these days and this has a bit of star wars mixed in so it gives a bit of..familiarity I guess?..as for the rest of the story I can't say as I only made it to chapter 8 before I decided this wasn't for me.

Grammar : passable.

Character: I honestly don't know what specie of humans the author interacts with because I'm pretty sure that human beings don't act the way he writes them to and an mc that seems to be the most righteous, idealistic, 'my view point is always the right one' moron I've seen. Antagonist are evil just for the sake of evil and even the ideas of other characters are wrong just because they aren't the mc, dumb reactions and Tokyo ghoul like over the top torture (which serves absolutely no purpose as from what I see who the mc was pre torture is exactly who is after), and for a supposedly reincarnated soul, mc is quite stupid, like new born baby level stupid. This story could be good, try to find some beta readers you can bounce ideas off , because the writing is okay but the execution in this story leaves a lot to be desired.

AsinineAardvark
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Was awesome, now just sickening.

TL;DR The main character preys on young girls, don't waste your time reading.

I really used to love this story, a self sacrificing MC, reborn and fighting evil that spans universes. Even went as far as donating multiple times via paypal.

Sadly this was not to last, ignoring character flaws that I could just read around, it gets fucked up.

Spoiler: Spoiler

 

Wallker
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It was pretty good starting out, but the complaining and whining was just to much it was a miracle I made it to book two the summoned 66...the whining just never ended I couldn't take it anymore.

Not to mention book two seemed pretty pointless having the gods mixed in making the mc feel even less like an mc.

HammieTheHamster
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The Hunter (Book 1) is lacking in many things, so one should be prepared if they wish to be invested into such a novel.

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Salzar
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Unexpected great read!

I’ll be honest, when I first read the description of L.I.F.E I was very skeptical. I thought it would be just a bunch of random short story’s with no connection to each other. Now that I’ve read to where I am now, book 2 chapter 17, I am absolutely blown away at how good it is. All of the opinions I had from reading the description were completely false and the transition between book 1 and 2 was basically seamless. On top of that from what I’ve seen so far the books are not short story’s at all. To summarize, it’s a great book/books and I can’t wait to discover more about Marcus/ Hunter!

Tweedledeeme
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first 2 books worth a read. Don’t know what happened in the third book but it devolved into a bunch of emotionally unstable characters. 

Milando
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Another gem in the treasury

The premise clues one to the fact that the stories won't end up being some huge epic, rather that they are likely going to be little goodies the author prepares for his loyal followers. Surpassing that, the grammar and storytelling quality are of the roof right from the start.

There can be moments when you'll think: "really, are they really going to react like that?", but on the end of the day it's a story which can get away with some cliches for comedic effect.

Try it, maybe you could have so much fun, you end up reading his other works and spend the next month giggling and crying and making that small little o of surprise that we all came to love.