A reviewer at Long And Short Reviews just posted a better than 5-star review of #iHunt.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of books for Long and Short Reviews over the last five years. This is the by far the best one I’ve ever reviewed for them.
High praise, right? The reviewer really clicked with what #iHunt is about, and that’s really great to see!
One of the many reasons why I gave this story the highest rating possible is how much attention it paid to real-world issues. The characters dealt with all kinds of frustrating situations when they weren’t actively fighting monsters: dealing with deeply prejudiced people, running out of money well before payday, experiencing truly terrible customer service, and so much more. Some of these scenes made me laugh, while others made me wince. All of them developed this world so thoroughly that I honestly forgot I was reading a piece of fiction. It was like listening to a friend talk about her terrible or wonderful day instead.
Anyway, you should read the whole glowing review. And if you haven’t gotten your copy of #iHunt, consider it maybe? As the reviewer here said, “iHunt: Killing Monsters in the Gig Economy was phenomenal in every single way. If you can only spare the time to read read one more novel this year, make it this one!”