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The Bounty Hunter (Cade Korbin Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition
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★★★★★ "Very, very nice! I am old(er) and have read tons of sci-fi... I did not see [the twist] coming. Well done!"
--Victor B., Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "Clear your schedule. You won't want to put this book down."
--John H., Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "Cade is an awesome character on so many levels... Give this book a shot. You won't be sorry."
--Dennis S., Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "Without giving spoilers, there is a LOT of action, SUSPENSE, DANGER, and fast-paced adventure that Jasper T. Scott has made into another incredible story. Get your copy now!"
--Bruce Thobois, Writers' House of Corrections
★★★★★ "Jasper Scott continues to write some of the best Sci-fi novels and series. His latest The Bounty Hunter combines all the elements that have been so well incorporated into his other series."
--Paul B., Amazon Reviewer
- ASIN : B08JHGDQJR
- Publisher : Anthem Press; 1st edition (December 30, 2020)
- Publication date : December 30, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 940 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 379 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,010 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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This is an exciting start to what promises to be another great series. Cade Korbin has a checkered past, from which he chose a path to pursue and take down bad guys under contract, but he follows his own code. He’s not a Boy Scout, but rather, an outlaw with a soft spot in his heart (or in his head?), which leads to some interesting tight situations. This story has non-stop action, with several twists that leave you wondering what is true and who you can trust. How can Cade succeed despite long odds against him? The ending is a surprise I didn’t see coming. This tale is tied up nicely without a cliff-hanger, and leaves several options open for continuing stories.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I received an ARC – this review is my honest opinion. I purchased a copy on release to support this great writer. Do yourself a favor and read this book – you will enjoy it!
It's a refreshing change to read a sci-fi book on amazon that's not ate up in typos. (My grammar isn't great but if i had a book for sale, I'd want to ensure it didn't have 20 - 30 major typos).
Anywho, I don't think I caught a single typo. That tells me this author takes real pride in his work.
Any author that takes that much pride in their grammar also takes that much pride in the ACTUAL STORY.
This story gets a lot of things right on my checklist.
I like characters to have enough internal dialogue to really feel like they're a person. Check.
It should be easy to see the hero's main goal fairly early in the story. Check.
There should not be whole chapters that don't directly contribute to the plot line. Check.
There should be a few things in the story that don't make sense until the last few chapters. Check
There should be a plot twist or two. Check.
There should be some grand revelation at the end of the story where the character gets something they didn't even know they wanted. Check.
I like the hero in this story. He started out cynical and calloused but ended up being a closer to a normal person by the end.
My favorite book series is Omega Force. I compare all books I read to that series. Most sci-fi books I read are disappointingly far below that bar. This one closer to that bar than average.
I'll probably read the second book in this series. Especially since it hints at ancient alien tech. That's always fun.
I did a few edit's for him back in the day....(Yet it's to much like work,,sending the typos and other mistakes..back and forth...))
Anyway I took the chance and payed the four bucks-(for me thats Expensive))...And this first book in the Corbin chronicles, Was REALYY GREAT,, It was a real page turner...and Quite full of interesting ideas...I LOVED it....
So take the chance and read this first book in the corbin series....You will love it too,,rest asured...it's going to keep you on your toes....Up at night,,,and happy to keep turning pages...
Gods bless, and take care.....drink chaga mushroom tea...and research the mushroom power (from the fruiting bodys))
The main charter reminds me of Takeshi Kovacs from Altered Carbon.
I like Jasper Scott's writing style. This book seems different to be in that Jasper spends more time on the twists and turn of the charters and plot and little of the Sci-Fi. The Sci-Fi is in the background
Worth the investment to read.
All the best
Read it for fun, remember it for the questions it raises,
Top reviews from other countries
I’m not quite 100% on board, the pet critter seemed a bit pointless and the twist was visible from 100 paces.
Not awesome but very good and Bette than much of what is on sale.
A skillful wordsmith revealing a story with enough detail to paint a picture, but leaving enough for the reader's imagination to fill in so that it doesn't get bogged down or boring.
Good characters, each with an interesting backstory, and enough twists in the plot to keep the reader hooked. You'll want to keep reading to find out what is 'round the corner' and I doubt anyone will guess the outcome.