The epic conclusion to the award-winning Blood of the Isir trilogy!
Who controls the strings of fate? Who controls time?
Ripped from Hank's grasp by her duplicitous minions, the Dark Queen has disappeared. But her most devoted, most powerful minion leaves a trail for Hank to follow—one that winds through the fabric of the universe and leads him into grave danger.
Hank discovers great evil at the heart of the universe—the Old Ones—and they want to warp the infinite paths of the multiverse so they all lead to darkness and ruin. He must find a way to defeat them, even if it means forming an alliance with the Dark Queen.
The Wild Hunt may be Hank's only chance of saving…everything.
"5 out of 5 Powerful Stars!"
"Without a doubt, there are many wonderful series available out in reading land. Whether you are looking for romance, thrillers, mystery or fantasy- you are bound to find one! However, every so often a series will come out which is so utterly captivating that it will grab you by the scruff of the neck and just won’t let go! You will be hooked from start to finish. That is just such the case with Erik Henry Vick’s Blood of the Isir trilogy. Indeed, the [third] book of the series, Wild Hunt keeps the momentum rolling and absolutely does not disappoint. For those looking to find resolution and further explore this fantasy land full of powerful gods, devious demons vicious shapeshifters and deadly dragons…Wild Hunt is the place to be!
Overall, this was an excellent [third] book for the series. The world building the author pulls off is stunning. Also, the key element of believability is met within an imaginative land of mythical creatures and fantastical adventures. Not an easy feat to pull off. The dialogue between characters is natural and flowing and supports the direction of the work. Everything in this book has purpose and the reader can truly get lost in the pages."
- Leonard Tillerman, LeonardTillerman.com
"The story of Hank’s quest so far is easy to pick up, even if you haven’t read the previous books in the series, and I was immediately immersed in a dark and terrifying world of monsters, demons and simple folk trying to survive the chaos. Hank is a classic hero straight out of mythology himself, a humble man trying to do what’s right and learning new abilities and making allies along the way. Fans of the classic mythologies and the new classics such as Tolkien are certain to enjoy author Erik Henry Vick’s updated but faithful storytelling style, with over 700 pages of epic concepts and vivid battles to get their teeth into. With its strong narrative, powerful imagery and winding, quest-by-quest structured plot, this mixture of horrid beasts and epic strength is certain to please, and I’d definitely recommend Wild Hunt as a must-read for any fantasy fan."
- K.C. Finn, ReadersFavorite.com
Wild Hunt by Erik Henry Vick is the kind of stuff I love to read; bold and wild, the kind of fantasy that creates worlds in the reader's mind...
The third entry in Erik Henry Vick's epic fantasy series possesses an originality that is fascinating and I enjoyed the world-building. The setting features well-imagined landscapes, images that suggest magic and the supernatural — there is even a magical feel to the names of characters and places. Fast-paced, and told in an engrossing narrative voice, Wild Hunt becomes a gripping story packed with intense action. It features characters that readers want to stick with, from mythical creatures to unforgiving villains and a hero forging a path through the impossible.
The writing is superb, tight and crisp, with beautiful descriptions that are punctuated with exciting dialogues. The deft handling of conflict is one of the things I enjoyed in this book, and I was keen to see how the protagonist evolved as the conflict escalated through the narrative. Wild Hunt is strong and phenomenal, characterized by physical clashes between powers, yet there is a deeper level of conflict, especially the one taking place in the protagonist's mind that adds to the strength of this narrative. A great read, indeed.
- Divine Zape, ReadersFavorite.com
"It’s difficult to write a review about the third book in a series without giving away too much, especially for readers new to the series (a word to them: start with book 1, otherwise you will miss out on a lot of fun). All I can say is that it’s a read I have enjoyed a lot, as there was a captivating mix of action, quieter moments, some humor and some characters that are just awesome. As someone who also suffers from chronic physical pain, it was great to see a hero who wasn’t perfect but rose to meet the challenges that were thrown at him, especially in book 1, even though there was so much pain. What a journey! Well done!"
- Kim Anisi, ReadersFavorite.com