Hi everyone. Jane Ross, a reader, asked if I'd post here review of Hunter's Mark, my adult reimagining of the Grimm story "The Skillful Huntsman." Below is her review. Thank you, Jane.
An appreciation of V.S. Morgan’s Hunter's Mark
Hunter's Mark is one of the fantasy tales, developed by V.S. Morgan, and it is an enjoyable story not only children but for people of all ages. The following review of this story will show you about the author’s writing style and prove that Hunter's Mark is really good to read.
Overview of the plot
A calm and quiet life is enjoyed by the major character- Artist Casey Smith. However, there is only one secret in his life, and that is his identity as the wolf shifter. In the story, he tries to conceal this personality. But, at one night he has lost all his controls, and his true image comes out with the wolf racing.
The bullet of a Hunter, another character does not fail to spot the target. The killer tries to slay the prey, using some lucid principles. These two principles are to avoid the killing of an innocent and the shifters. As his new mission does not follow the states policies, he takes the advantage of the Princess Protocol. At the same time, the killer turns out to be a defender. However, the question is whether the Hunter refuses to accept the shifter.
The unique theme of the story
The story is not merely about the frightening and soulless assassinations that are done, while the weak and poor ones watch it innocently and powerlessly. Rather, this is about the gloomy moving story, where everything revolves around the unfairness, desertion, approval, and many more. While going through the story, you can easily make out the fiend in the tale.
Two characters in the story
The two characters, Casey and Hunter recognize the fact that they are friend to one another. With the more progress of the investigation, Hunter comprehends that Casey can be something more than a mere target. From Hunter, Casey learns the way of living in the world of shifter because he has been stifled all his desires to shift since several years.
The tones that you can hear from these two men are different, but both of them are very powerful characters. Casey seems to be very sweet in nature. You may not get amazed at the promptness of the love or affection because Casey was once unaccompanied, while Hunter had strong minds to stay aloof.
Moreover, both these men have haunted pasts; however the account appears to be slightly hasty. Though they have become friends, the part of showing love to one another is covered very fast. It is one of the minor problems in the story. But, when you are reading the story, you may have the wish to meet the family of Hunter.
The steamy pictures in the story are also wonderfully accomplished. And apart from the major characters, the supporting characters, like Miss Priss, a dog, are also praiseworthy.
Feeling of the readers
After reading the story, the readers may like to know whether the Hunter and Casey will live gladly in the future. In fact, the story will never bring disappointment to the mind of the readers. The development of the characters and the story line are also created in a wonderful way.
Bio: This review was written by Jane Ross – editor at Proofreading & Editing service and passionate booklover.
V.S. Morgan has lived all over the US but calls Minnesota her home now. Her family includes her hubby, son, and a menagerie of pets.