Man Hunt

  • by K. Edwin Fritz
  • Narrated by Gwendolyn Druyor
  • 11 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the North Pacific Ocean there is an island that has been forgotten by mankind. Living there are men who have committed all manner of moral crimes. Deceived by an elaborate ruse, they wake deep within fortress walls where they are tortured, brainwashed, and then trained to physical perfection. When they are finally released to the island's hills and abandoned streets, they are told one simple rule: Survive long enough and you will be sent home. The island's only other inhabitants are women.
In Man Hunt, survival of the fittest means being literally hunted. It is Lord of the Flies meets hard-core feminism, because it tells both sides of the story.

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Intense psychological thriller/horror story

This is a unique and different story, a story of survival, guilt, revenge, remorse, choices, sexism, and healing of victims. The story is presented from two perspectives, allowing the readers to experience both points of you (and even possibly empathize with both).

The device of making the readers feel empathy for a perpetrator of a crime reminded me of dark writing of Edgar Allan Poe, and that's what made this story so enjoyable -- if you like horror and psychological thrillers.

The fact that the horror presented in the story is based on reality made it even more intense and emotional. The author doesn't shy away from heavy subjects. This book has torture, rape, murder, manipulation, and humiliation.

Gwendolyn Druyor did a great job narrating this book. Her pace is right, she articulates well, pauses in the right places, and makes the book easy to listen to because of her changes in tone and in character voices.
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- Warrior Princess

Excellent Story and Narration

If you could sum up Man Hunt in three words, what would they be?

Survival of the Fittest


What was one of the most memorable moments of Man Hunt?

The vivid and descriptive scenes in the most breath taking moments.


What about Gwendolyn Druyor’s performance did you like?

Easy to understand and paints the story's picture perfectly.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Survival


Any additional comments?

Overall, great narration and story line. The author does a great job describing the story to the point where I felt i was in the story. I could see a movie out of this book.

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- Jonny

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-09-2014
  • Publisher: K. Edwin Fritz