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This book is by far the best of the series. It is full of suspense, backstory, and character development. Kate, Jack and Mutt are working as hunting guides in the bush. But the clients are anything but likable. They are disrespectful, arrogant, and Kate is fearful that it might be worse than that. When one client dies Kate and Jack must stay safe, protect their clients and investigate without alerting the killer. It sets up a story that is so much tighter, darker and sadder than any we have seen in the series so far.
Warning! This book will punch you in the gut and leave you slightly (or more) sad.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This book is chock full of action, suspense, mystery, adventure, joy and sorrow. As the title suggests, it's about big game guiding in Alaska--gone bad in this instance. Stabenow's writing is great and kept me on the edge. Her characters are very real, the scenes vivid and believable. The pivot point of the series is in here, and I almost fell off my bicycle when I heard it. Then, Kate goes mad with rage and serves up the perpetrator to a pervert--that's real revenge. With that said, I wonder what's next?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Would you listen to Hunter's Moon again? Why?
Yes no Yes No Well yes because it was great as usual, but no because I had been avoiding the book which has the loss of one of the main characters.... boo hoo hoo
What does Marguerite Gavin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Tonality is what is great. In fact if I do read one of Stabenow's books now I hear her voice anyway. Characterisation is brilliant
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes yes yes
Any additional comments?
Great book / read / listen as usuall