Call of the Hunted

Call of the Hunted

Mark Alders / Aug 22, 2019

Call of the Hunted The widdershins an ancient creature that has walked the Earth for an eternity calls out in the night for a companion He has been alone for so long and yearns for another When he comes to a small far

  • Title: Call of the Hunted
  • Author: Mark Alders
  • ISBN: 9781554872145
  • Page: 136
  • Format: ebook
  • The widdershins, an ancient creature that has walked the Earth for an eternity, calls out in the night for a companion He has been alone for so long and yearns for another When he comes to a small farming community, he calls out again, desperate to find the one that will love him and accept him for who and what he is, a being of great power hunted for an eternity by thosThe widdershins, an ancient creature that has walked the Earth for an eternity, calls out in the night for a companion He has been alone for so long and yearns for another When he comes to a small farming community, he calls out again, desperate to find the one that will love him and accept him for who and what he is, a being of great power hunted for an eternity by those that fear him.This time someone unexpected answers his call.A young man named Kayvan who has the exuberance and innocence of youth as well as being filled with everything that is pure and good comes to the widdershins Will the widdershins accept Kayvan And importantly, what will happen if he does

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    About "Mark Alders"

      • Mark Alders

        I live in Melbourne, Victoria, in the land of Oz According to my own Teenage mis adventures, I am just an ordinary guy with a penis which likes to get me into trouble a lot I ve seduced trees, copulated with watermelons, and had nice old ladies pick ants off my naked body Yep, that s me Mark Alders All round nice guy and with my brain firmly in my pants, exactly where it belongs So what about the here and now Well, I am a mild, mannered post office worker by day I have a mortgage to pay and a partner named Lee who I have been with for cough twenty one years cough At night, my muse, the bitch, forces me into bondage and makes me sit at my computer and type out stories about men having sex with each other all the time over and over in varying degrees of WTF, too I mean, I have stories out there about alien spiders needing humans to nourish their eggs, red skinned aliens whose balls glow when they are sexually excited, beings who cock dock with their victims to drain them of their life force, and a young man who discovers puberty is just the start of his problems as he comes into magolescence on his eighteenth birthday and his penis turns into a snake Ah, the life of a story teller The fun never ends.


    568 Comments

    1. A sweet read. I enjoyed the author use of the character dynamics. The opposites attract theme is always fun to read about. This was my first read by this author and as such I believe it won't be my last.


    2. I had no idea what to expect when I decided to read this book. I knew Marks work was great and decided to read this one. I was totally engrossed and read straight thru. The Widdershins is an ancient creature. He's been called many things and is always shunned by the human race. He is hunting for his mate. Someone who will accept him for what he is. He comes across a small farming community and sends out his call for a mate. Kayvan hears that call in his sleep. He sets out to find what it is. He [...]


    3. An interesting take on the universal bogey man. There is a sense of timelessness in the style of writing and the farmland setting that make this feel like it could be set at any time since the dawn of agriculture, until tractors and TV place it firmly in the here and now. The Happy For Now ending suggests that we might hear more about Kayvan and 'Charlie'.


    4. I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I had never read Mark Alders before this and was not sure what to expect. I found it to fresh and enjoyable. I found Kayvan's character very touching. So innocent but so Sure at the same time. I would definately read this again.


    5. Mark knows how to weave a great tale and this one doesn't disappoint. Despite the shorter length, the characters are well developed and pulled me in right away. I really enjoyed this one, but, then againI'm not surprised.


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