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CamCat Books
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Release Date
February 07, 2023
Grab your stakes and your rock salt. Monster hunting class is in session.
Liam Hunter has warded off hungry vampires, slayed monstrous beasts, and put agonized spirits to rest since he could hold a stake. When trouble comes through the Hunterland message board, alerting them that nurses are dying at high schools across Wisconsin in a string of fishy “suicides,” the Hunter family hits the road to save the day.

The trail leads to Falkville Falls, where Liam clashes with Olivia Davis, whose maddening family seems inexplicably embroiled in this haunting mess. Olivia has always mothered her little sister, Pepper. But when the Hunter family opens her eyes to the hidden underworld of real monsters prowling the dark, she realizes she can’t protect Pepper from this newest threat by herself. Can the two families work together to uncover who or what is responsible before the next murder, or will this vicious death cycle have no end?

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What I liked:
If you are a fan of Supernatural and the love interest is from the Bad Boy Trope, then Hunterland is just the book for you. The story is set up in a typical high school, but one thing that makes it stand out is it is in a small town, and the teachers are randomly being killed. The characters are compelling, and the relationship between Lia and Liam got her heart pumping and was exciting to watch it unfold as she learns what his family is doing in her small town.
Final Verdict:
Parts of the story remind me of other stories like the vampire diaries in which a bunch of teenagers set out to rid the town of spirits and vampires while the rest of town has no idea the supernatural exists. The action scenes were great, the found family dynamic is a great hook, and I enjoyed the relationship between Lia and Liam. Unfortunately, the book ends on a cliffhanger, so keep in mind this series will probably continue next year.
Audiobook Review: The choice to have two narrators tell this story helped to keep me listening. It was easy to track which character's voice was telling the story and supported to add to the feel of the hunter family versus the nonhunter characters.
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