A Hunger for Darkness by Cooper Flynn


Kenzie is a hunter. A vampire hunter. She works for an organization called Center. This Center adopts orphans and sends them to a special private school. Only the emotionally strong, the ones that show NO emotion, are allowed to keep going and to become a hunter.

Kenzie is out hunting one of the oldest vampires, Gabriel Sands. He is 400 years old and knows how to protect himself. Gabriel takes her down and bites her. The bite alone doesn’t change someone into a vampire. They hear feet hitting the ground behind them and Gabriel takes off as Kenzie blacks out. 

She comes to in a room at the Center. She is strapped down to a gurney and is kept that way. She is now one of the things they hate and hunt. The director and Joshua, her ex, are in the room with her. They have a discussion and then leave the room with Kenzie left behind.

What happens after this point in the book? It’s pretty close to the beginning so there is a TON of action and adventure that goes on not even touched in this review.

I will say, I commend authors for taking the time to write their books. However, I just wish that some of them had editors or paid more attention to their work. This book has grammar issues as well as spelling and punctuation. I know I’m not the most grammatically correct person in the world but it irritates me when I am reading something and have to decipher what someone means. There are added words, dropped words, sentences within sentences and so on.

If you can ignore these issues, it is a good read.


150 pages

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