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Bounty Hunt by Kelley Armstrong

OverviewBounty HuntTitle: Bounty Hunt
Author: Kelley Armstrong
Series: Women of the Otherworld #13.4
Rating Out of 5: 5 (I will read this again and again and again)
My Bookshelves: Dark fantasyGraphic novelsParanormal fantasy, Strong women
Pace: Fast
Format: Graphic novel
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Year: 2014
5th sentence, 74th page: Meanwhile at Stonehaven…

Buy The Book Now at The Book Depository, Free Delivery World Wide Synopsis

After the Australian Pack murdered Reese William’s parents, the young werewolf fled and took refuge with the American Pack. Three years later, the Australians have tracked him down and dispatched a bounty hunter to bring him back. That bounty hunter, though, isn’t the lone wolf who owes them a debt, but his twenty-one-year-old daughter, Madison. Maddie is determined to bring in the rogue Reese for her ailing father. Now Reese has to show her the truth behind her client’s lies…and avoid being the cause of an all-out war for Elena and the rest of the American Pack.

Thoughts

I love a good graphic novel – one that works in with a series that I love. But also that has a beautiful storyline, great imagery and, in this case, the same great sass that I’m used to in the Women of the Otherworld series. The fact that this brings us back to Reese’s predicament with the Australian pack, just makes it a much more enrapturing visual story.

Reese’s past is shown beautifully in Chivalrous, and it’s kind of a sad tale, but, ultimately it takes Reese to Elena. So, when bounty hunters come to the USA to take him back down under and kill him, the story has an almost more tragic turn. Luckily, Reese is wary enough after his experiences to be wary of the beautiful new girl in his life. And his trust in Elena lets her help him to overcome the hunt and another shard of his past can be healed.

Although the majority of this series is based in the USA, there is a sense of the global supernatural community throughout the series. Bounty Hunt just drives the constantly changing world of globalisation and how it impacts us all.

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