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The Demon Hunter Saga

(Demon Hunter #1-3)

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The acclaimed fantasy series comes together in one epic saga. Do you know what horrors lie beyond these pages? Costa Calabrese has just uncovered the truth about his past. Some truths should never be revealed. When you learn you’re the son of the worlds foremost and feared hunter of demons, life’s rules inevitably change. Now Costa has been chosen to walk in his famed ...more
Paperback, 518 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Original Cyn Advertising (first published July 25th 2005)
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Stephen
Mar 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
Demon Hunter: Saga is a dark fantasy collection of the entire Demon Hunter Trilogy.

From the very beginning this story oozes with dark, creepy, gothic atmosphere. The feeling was a combination of old Universal Pictures monster movies and Robert E. Howard's pulp stories. The Demon Hunter, Cain Coleridge, reminded me of the classic hunter, Solomon Kane.

The main character, Costa Calabrese, has an interesting background, orphaned at a young age and sold into slavery. As the plot progresses, he is
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Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Apr 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Today’s review is on Demon Hunter “Saga” by Cynthia Vespia

Demon Hunter “SAGA” is the culmination of three books following the life and adventures of Costa Calabrese Coleridge. Thrust into a life of poverty and servitude after the death of his mother, young Costa longs for a life of freedom and adventure with his best friend Tuck Goodall. Never did he think that his dreams would actually come true, but as the saying goes, “Be careful what you wish for.”

During one of Costa and Tuck’s outings into
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Nic
Sep 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Costa Calabrese is an orphan, a slave to the local tavern master in Gryphant. Costa passes his days miserably cleaning the tavern and on his free time he explores the forest, looking for anything abnormal that would bring excitement to his dull miserable life. You see, Costa isn't a boy destined to live on a farm, this is a young man filled with adventure and excitement, a life as a slave would not allow him that freedom. Although one day, when young Calabrese ventures off into the forest, he ...more
Beccie
Jun 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
I was sent “Demon Hunter: Saga” by Cynthia Vespia for review. This is a well written novel, containing the first 2 books of the series, any fantasy lover would enjoy. It was well out of my norm of reading, and did take me longer than I thought to finish, but I enjoyed the story very much. Cynthia takes readers into a world filled with both well-known and new myths to enjoy. Costa is a very likable hero and one I think young adult readers would relate to. His story is one of self-acceptance and ...more
Paul
I got this book from the author in return for a review on Goodreads.

Like most of us, I used to play Dungeons & Dragons a whiles back.
That's what I got from reading these stories... that the author was writting down the "stories" of her (three) favorite D&D characters. Problem is, the characters seem to be going up in level in way too quick a fashion.

I couldn't connect with the main character all that much as I found his mood swings and loyalties to be so shifting that I would often find
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Jack
May 20, 2012 rated it liked it
I have not as yet received these books as they are coming in mail after a (give-away) on Goodread's,
this however will be my next read as I feel privileged to have been given a chance to read an authors next book, and winning a draw just makes me feel good . looking forward to the books and refusing to read any other reviews at the chance of a bias opinion before my own exploration into this new world, Perfect timing while I wait for a few new releases. Thanks Cynthia' looking forward to this
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Kaye Booth
Feb 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
Sabrina Gossett
Oct 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i love it
Cate
Usually the best thing an Author can do, in my mind, is publish a trilogy they have written all together in one edition. Not only does this save space on my groaning bookcases, but it also means that, should I really get into the trilogy I’m not running all over trying to track down the remaining books; unfortunately this was not the case here.

To start with the entire book is only 393 pages long, to me that is not a trilogy in the true sense of the word, it is just three short stories containing
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Sam
Mar 08, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy, proper-books
This book pulls together all three novels of the Demon Hunter series in one volume producing a terrific read that is thoroughly engrossing from start to finish. We start with a young Costa Calabrese as he discovers he is more than his slave roots suggest and finds himself following in the footsteps of his father. The story continues with Costa training at Ravenwood, learning the skills and discovering the knowledge he needs to continue on his quest, making one or two friends (and the odd enemy) ...more
Jeff Parker
Sep 01, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy
The story in the first book was by far the best. The characters were engaging and fun. The editing was good in this e-edition. The character development as we progressed from book to book was a little inconsistent but not so bad as to detract from the overall stories. Definitely fast paced with minimal descriptive passages.
The last book in this edition felt rushed and somewhat forced. In fact, it is so rushed that I hesitate to call this a book it feels more like a novella. In general the
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Jason Hubbard
Hate to say it, but this book was too simplistic for my taste, plus the action and suspense felt flat. Mind-blowing revelations hardly did just that. I remember how a coworker told me that he preferred books that had "snappy" writing style; I'm sure he'd love this one. But me, I prefer books with plenty of detail and insightful, realistic dialogue.
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"Original Cyn" Cynthia Vespia is an award-winning author, content marketing writer, and a coach in physical training and motivation.

With over 10 years as a professional word crafter, Cyn has authored several novels and dozens of short stories that give heroes a challenge and villains a purpose. Her characters are rich with detail and fabulously flawed with an authenticity that resonates with
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