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Predators

Narrated by: Justine Eyre
Length: 11 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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Evie Childs hoped the all-expense-paid trip to Africa would give her a chance at adventure. Maybe it would even let her forget a past that haunts her and find safety from a husband who abuses her.  

But when a group of "freedom fighters" kidnaps her safari tour group, intent on holding them for ransom, the adventure turns to nightmare.  

Now, Evie and the rest of the survivors must travel across miles of the harshest, most dangerous environment on Earth. No food. No water. No communications. And they're being hunted.  

A pack of Africa's top predators have smelled the blood of the survivors, and will not stop until they have fed. Because in this place, you can be either one of the prey, or one of the predators.

©2018 Michaelbrent Collings (P)2019 Tantor

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to much descripsion.

I dident even finish this book. the autor spendt to much time descriping every little feling or action . the main plot sounded very eksiting but the story has such a slow pase that it gets frustrating.

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NOT ENOUGH ACTION AND SUSPENSE

Too much of the story was spent on the characters backgrounds and inner thoughts. Not enough action and suspense which is what I want in my horror stories.

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  • coreybeth
  • Cincinnati, OH, United States
  • 07-06-19

WAY too descriptive but got better

Omg, If the author was describing a rock it would take him a whole chapter. WAY too much description, imagery and over-the-top character development. He toned it down about 1/2 way through the book thank goodness. I mean a little girl thinking deep poetic comparisons of everything from people to a smell. The story itself was phenomenal. You may think that he "hates" men but once you realize who the bad animals are & their hierarchy it will make sense. I LOVED the overall story and could easily see this turned into a movie.