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A Hunter Rises


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Jacob Crestmore has almost given up on the future. After years of battling monsters for meagre rewards, the brave young warrior has lost all hope of something better coming along. As his life spirals out of control, Jacob is shocked when an old friend of his birth mother arrives to reveal the wrongs of the past… and only Jacob can put them right. Joining forces with his best friend, a super-strong bodyguard, and an untrustworthy mercenary, the reluctant hero searches for an artefact that can unlock a power he never knew he had. But with a sinister figure from his childhood trying to stop him, and the threat of war looming in the background, Jacob worries his efforts will be in vain. Will Jacob find the artefact in time, or will he suffer the same fate as those who came before him? A Hunter Rises is the gripping first book in the Jacob Crestmore Trilogy, an epic fantasy series set in a modern world. If you like heroic quests, ancient secrets, and fantastic creatures, then you’ll love Sean Clarke’s essential page-turner.

Book Details

Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9798539812348

Publisher: Sean Clarke


Language: English

Pages: 411

Interior: BW

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About The Author

Sean Clarke is a fantasy author from Saltcoats, Ayrshire, Scotland. He is currently writing the sequel to A Hunter Rises, and anticipates a 2022 release.

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