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Predators

Michaelbrent Collings

Publisher: Michaelbrent Collings

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"[A]n exciting, visceral, inventive tale of survival in the most primal of settings." - Screamfix  
 
"A well written, dark and emotional read, I give this an A-..." - Horror Drive-in  
 
"[A] bloody, pulpy yarn that explores terror from all angles, giving no rest to either the hunter or the prey..." - Nightmarish Conjurings 
 
"Parts of this book will replay in your head over and over again. The scenes will stick in your brain, and reach out to you in the middle of the night when you least expect it." - Only Five Star Book Reviews 
 
"[A]n amazing read... I highly recommend this book..." - The Genre Minx Book Reviews 
 
"[Predators] is scary, gory and suspenseful, and will keep you reading late into the night... Highly recommended." - Monster Librarian 
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She is one of the only animals 
who can chase a lion from its kill... 
Evie Childs hoped the all-expense-paid trip to Africa would give her a chance at adventure. Maybe it would even let her forget a past that haunts her, and find safety from a husband who abuses her. 
Her jaws can crush bone to powder... 
But when a group of "freedom fighters" kidnaps her safari tour group, intent on holding them for ransom, the adventure turns to nightmare. 
She knows no mercy, only hunger... 
Now, Evie and the rest of the survivors must travel across miles of the harshest, most dangerous environment on Earth. No food. No water. No communications. 
And they're being hunted. 
She is the only animal alive 
who laughs as she hunts... 
A pack of Africa's top predators have smelled the blood of the survivors, and will not stop until they have fed. Because in this place, you can be either one of the prey, or one of the... 
... PREDATORS

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