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A prisoner that he caught is about to teach John the difference between a good soldier and a mighty warrior. As a Hawk in the Shadow Unit John knows he is one of the best under Senator Griffith’s command. The Shadow Unit is all John knows until he makes the decision to rescue his most recent capture from the people he fights alongside. Every moment he spends with Emma he learns something new about himself, things that he should know but doesn’t due to the people that are supposed to be the good guys.
There are more than just the Special Unit and the Shadow Unit at play here. This world is on the cusp of a revolution and there is another group that wants their voice heard where telepaths are concerned. The Evolutionaries have decided to take a stand against chem-treatments and the ill effects that they have on the people that they are forced upon. They have some rather violent ideas how to make their point clear but it all serves a means to an end.
It has been well over four years since I traveled far into the future for Alianne Donnelly’s Blood series. Considering the amount of time that has passed since I read the third book I’m almost willing to tell you that Blood Hunt can be read as a standalone. The characters from the first and third books barely have a mention here. The main characters from the second book have a familial tie to Emma so Jeremy and Hailey have more page time than the other previous couples.
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