Blood Hunters
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Blood Hunters

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  83 ratings  ·  12 reviews
In the middle of the Mexican jungle a small scientific team prepare to embark on an exploration of the world's deepest sinkhole. 3000 miles away, Joe McDonald's father is arrested for murder. Joe and his friend Giles are desperate to prove his innocence. Soon Joe suspects that a predator is on the loose.
Paperback, 247 pages
Published 2009 by Faber and Faber
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Sophie Lewy
Personally I believe this book is perfect for anyone around the age of 12/13. There is a boyish feel to it at the beginning but as you get to the end it's more unisex. There is not as much gore as expected, which makes it suitable for younger children. It was a nice quick read and was interesting, wouldn't highly recommend it for anyone above age of 14 but would be a fantastic read for anyone below that age.
Wilde Sky
A scientist brings back a deadly sample from a Mexican expedition.

I found the story quite interesting, but the writing was a bit clunky / repetitive / preachy also the last few chapters felt like ‘fillers’.
Ben
Almost didn't finish the book, but was just intrigued enough to persevere. Totally not worth it. Not even close to real premise, two-dimensional characters, unbelievable action and debilitating wounds shrugged off almost immediately.
Jimbob
Very thrilling and tense, really tense. Theres such a big build up to the ending and your always included in what happens. But it all just happens at the end theres no hiding or anything it just comes as if it was rushed.
Quintaka
It wasn't very good. It had potential but was poorly written and not plausible in many parts. The end seemed very rushed and in general it was very cheesy and sort of boring
Saima
This book was quite interesting. It was not too gory, and it makes you think about the possibility of unidentified creatures lurking around. It was good to read.
Funky
It's a kid / YA book, I read it in one day and it's completely predictable, generic and trite from an adults point of view, but a kid might like it.
Ashley
This book was a really good read i got quite into it and enjoyed it so i would recommend it to a few people who like small horror type books.
Moony
This is a really interesting book and i reccomend this book to all readers who like sci-fi and not too much horror. If your 9+ read it!!!!
Sam O
They're coming... from the TOILETs OF EVERYONES HOUSE!!!! Nobody knows what or who they are but people are dying, fast.
Ellie
i read this book when i was like 11 and it scared the shit out of me omg
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