The Last Hunter: Ascent

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The Last Hunter: Ascent

The Last Hunter Ascent I no longer exist My kidnapping breaking and corruption at the hands of the half human half demon Nephilim began the journey to nothingness I had hoped to one day rejoin my loved ones in the outside

  • Title: The Last Hunter: Ascent
  • Author: Jeremy Robinson
  • ISBN: 9780984042333
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • I no longer exist My kidnapping, breaking and corruption at the hands of the half human, half demon Nephilim began the journey to nothingness I had hoped to one day rejoin my loved ones in the outside world, but before I realized it, twenty years had passed Time is a distance I cannot traverse If there is any memory of me, it is distant Worse, the spirit of Nephil, LoI no longer exist My kidnapping, breaking and corruption at the hands of the half human, half demon Nephilim began the journey to nothingness I had hoped to one day rejoin my loved ones in the outside world, but before I realized it, twenty years had passed Time is a distance I cannot traverse If there is any memory of me, it is distant Worse, the spirit of Nephil, Lord of the Nephilim, used my connection with the continent to decimate the surface world I ve done horrible things in the past, but I m now responsible for the deaths of billions Billions GodAnd so I have removed myself from the physical world, and Nephil s reach, to live out eternity in Tartarus, a place of endless torture where the burden I carry crushes my soul, driving me to madness I am weak and cold My abilities are gone And I am not alone in this hell There are things here horrible than I could have imagined.But as much as I think I deserve this fate, I m driven to find a way to escape To exist again To return to my new family Em and Luca To set things right I am Solomon Ull Vincent The Last Hunter and I will exist again.The Last Hunter Ascent parallels the events in Antarktos Rising, an adult thriller also by Robinson, upon which the Antarktos Saga is based Read them together for the full experience The final two books in the Antarktos Saga will complete both storylines as they merge.

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    1. Geoff on said:

      Still great. I found the scenes in Tartarus more poignant than normal for this author. This is a good thing.

    2. Gareth Otton on said:

      The Last Hunter: Ascent is yet another strong addition to the highly enjoyable Antarktos Saga. With this third novel, these easy reading books have fallen into a comfortable rhythm of creating stories that involve a lot of action, explore interesting ideas, and, most importantly, change. As a fairly prolific reader, it is a lack of change that usually ends my interest in long-running series. That is not a problem for the Antarktos Saga. It clearly has a destination in mind and has no trouble get [...]

    3. Jeff on said:

      Enjoy Robison's take on gods, demons, and angels. Fun series. Quick reads.

    4. Jelios Ataliakrouso on said:

      Even from the depths of Tartarus(Greek version of the depths of hell) our, "Young," hero decides to read. Unbelievable, well not so much, he did bring the book for a reason after all and it does suit his character to take such an action. His brilliant mind and his perfect memory if serves him well that he discovers a solution. A possible solution to his new found discovery of pain and burden. If you were already paying attention, Solomon time in, "Hell," is easy to decipher without his won input [...]

    5. Jamey Goodyear on said:

      Solomon is back!Solomon starts this story a captive. As a captive he learns more about himself. He learns more about forgiveness and forgiving himself. When he does, he learns he can walk right out of his prison. It was self-imposed.Solomon arrives at the surface of Antarktos to find the land has changed. On his way to Mount Olympus to find a weapon capable of defeating the Nephilim he meets up with a band of hunters who have thrown off the mantle of their masters. He’s also reunited with Kain [...]

    6. Rian Martin on said:

      When I found out about these books, it didn't interest me as much as previous books of Robinson's had, I held off on getting it till I was finished with the others. Got the first one and immediately got the rest. This series blew me away, I loved it. What I thought was going to be more of a young adult series was one of the best I have ever read. It sucked me in, I loved each character and couldn't wait for more. Antarktos Rising was the first book of Robinson's I read and what got me hooked, th [...]

    7. Dustin on said:

      "The Last Hunter" and it's companion yet stand-alone novel, " Antarktos Rising" are now among my favorite books/series of any type of media-books, movies, video games, etc. If you are reading this, unsure of whether you should read this, be assured, buy it! It's got action, dinosaurs, intense fight and flight scenes, like able characters, awesome storytelling, some hair-raising scariness- all you could want in an awesome epic! For an added experience, read "Antarktos Rising" in between part 2: P [...]

    8. Julie Carter on said:

      The story of Sol continues on. I think what I found most striking in this installment was the theme of forgiveness that runs throughout the story. The adventure is as intense as in the previous books. We are introduced to more characters and it is interesting to see the interactions. As I have mentioned before, R.C. Bray is amazing as the narrator of this audiobook. He really brings the characters to life.This story just gets better and better, and I am ready for the next book!

    9. Brandy on said:

      I have been reading the collector's edition of this series & had thought I was on this book, but turns out that I must have plowed right onto the next book, as I am now reading "Lament" according to my Kindle & my bookmark. The story is THAT good. You want to know what happens next. The collector's edition of the series has all the books, plus extra stories, artwork, interviews, etc. If you like adventure series that have supernatural fantasy woven through it you will love these books.

    10. Sharon on said:

      this book had Solomon Ull Vincent battling his own demons. this one doesn't have quite as much as action as the past 2 books in this series. it is a little slow reading for me in some places, but as I hung in there the action got a lot more intense. I hate cliff hangers, but this one is worth the wait and makes me want to read the next one. . I am looking forward to reading #4 in this series.

    11. Dee Haddrill on said:

      Picking up where the last book ended, Sol is still in Tartarus and at a loss as to what to do. Luckily, more characters will come into his life to help him find purpose.I'm really enjoying where this story is taking us. It's a fun, fast-paced, action-packed ride through the Underworld, the underbelly of Antarctica, and on top into the real world. A great story by Jeremy Robinson and superbly narrated by RC Bray!

    12. Gautam Surath on said:

      The action speeds up and and major changes have happened at the beginning of this iteration. The world is recast both physically and temporally thus allowing for expansion. Jeremy handles this extremely fluidly and Tartarus turns out to be an interesting place. This is turning out to be quite a nice series. Let's hope it stays that way.

    13. Steven Ede on said:

      I think this book may be more suited to the younger reader in saying that i did enjoy it. :-)

    14. Liam Klenk on said:

      the story is developing well. i can definitely recommend reading the whole series from the beginning! awesome tale of the underworld!

    15. Faith on said:

      Slow start with a bit more review of the previous books than I liked, but the book got moving and it was fun.

    16. Harley Cooper on said:

      This one is my favorite in the series so far. I love all the mythological creatures, and very memorable characters. Just gets better and better.

    17. Kelly on said:

      It is always good to find a series of books that you can get lost in. With wonderful writing, fun characters that you grow to love or hate. Next one please

    18. Barbara on said:

      Great addition to this series. Many things to ponder and wonder over.

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