In the civilized world of humans, 'monsters' have all but passed into legend. But when something goes bump in the night, when people begin to disappear, when a dark mystery begins to haunt even the most peaceful villages, there is only one organization to turn to: the Hunters. The Venatori.
Having lived a life of discipline and service, former soldier Caiden Voros finds something even worse than the wars of humans: the monsters that hunt them. Horrors yet unknown even to him and his many scars await in the claws, talons, fangs, and mysterious powers of creatures so far beyond humans that he must dedicate himself entirely to the art of slaying them. Harboring a secret of his own and in a constant struggle to find answers while maintaining his sanity, however, Caiden begins to ask the age-old question... Who is truly worse, the monsters or the Men?
Wulfgard: The Hunt Never Ends is an episodic collection of stories, each of which stand on its own, but they also build upon each other in a consecutive order, bridging a gap between a novel and short story collection. These stories follow monster hunter Caiden Voros and his partner Gwen Vergil as they embark on tales of mystery, horror, and adventure to track down monsters - the living dead, beast-men, shape-shifters, spirits, and many more - that would do harm to innocent lives and, by whatever means necessary, put a stop to their terrors. Their motives, however, are not always what they seem.
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I honestly can't think of a single negative thing about this book. It was an amazing, exciting read, if I had to sum it up in simple terms (which would actually be kind of a insult in most contexts) I would say this is basically a clean version of 'The Witcher'.
Buti it's also a lot more than that, beloved characters, stunning descriptions that tell you everything you need to know, but never hinders pacing. This is very much a underappreciated gem and anyone who's into a fantasy adventure with monsters should definitely give it a try!
I didn't notice any typos or grammar errors, all that seems top notch, the illustrations are charming and there's funny moments that will make most people snicker at least a bit, then sad moments that might jerk a tear from you (did for me).
There's no romance in this, which I personally find refreshing to see a man and a woman work together, travel together, fight together and maybe even bleed together without having to get romantic. Their bond is touching regardless and I always look forward to see how they grow as partners.
There's moments that made me feel chills, some of the monster hunting aspects are scary, haunting even and they will definitely linger with me for quite a while, in a good way!