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New York Times bestselling author, Jeremy Robinson, takes readers on a pulse-pounding journey to a dark and twisted future... and makes them laugh. THE YEAR IS 1989 Callsign: Dark Horse and his Marine Rapid Reaction Force team have been sent to recover a strange artifact near Antarctica's Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Confronted by a team of Ruskie Spetsnaz, a battle for New York Times bestselling author, Jeremy Robinson, takes readers on a pulse-pounding journey to a dark and twisted future... and makes them laugh. THE YEAR IS 1989 Callsign: Dark Horse and his Marine Rapid Reaction Force team have been sent to recover a strange artifact near Antarctica's Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Confronted by a team of Ruskie Spetsnaz, a battle for control of the strange device, frozen in the ice, breaks out. But before anyone can claim victory, or the prize, an explosion of white light knocks the combatants unconscious and whisks them away to... 2989. One thousand years later. Dark Horse, along with his teammate, Chuy, and one of the Soviets, Drago, finds himself in a future that is both impressive and horrifying. Humanity has left Earth behind and is rapidly expanding throughout the galaxy under the banner of The Union, a white supremacist government who racially 'purified' the human race hundreds of years in the past. Living on the fringe of this twisted Fourth Reich society, Dark Horse --the only black man in the Union--commandeers a vessel and scours the galaxy for his missing teammates under the guise of an Exo-Hunter, seeking out exo-planets to satiate the Union's need for colonization. His search takes him beyond the edge of the known universe and into an interplanetary war, guided by a vast intelligence that's been waiting for Dark Horse's arrival--for a thousand years. EXO-HUNTER is a light-hearted homage to 1980s science fiction movies that also looks at the dangers of white supremacy and the core values that makes it dangerous, and the butt of the joke.


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New York Times bestselling author, Jeremy Robinson, takes readers on a pulse-pounding journey to a dark and twisted future... and makes them laugh. THE YEAR IS 1989 Callsign: Dark Horse and his Marine Rapid Reaction Force team have been sent to recover a strange artifact near Antarctica's Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Confronted by a team of Ruskie Spetsnaz, a battle for New York Times bestselling author, Jeremy Robinson, takes readers on a pulse-pounding journey to a dark and twisted future... and makes them laugh. THE YEAR IS 1989 Callsign: Dark Horse and his Marine Rapid Reaction Force team have been sent to recover a strange artifact near Antarctica's Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Confronted by a team of Ruskie Spetsnaz, a battle for control of the strange device, frozen in the ice, breaks out. But before anyone can claim victory, or the prize, an explosion of white light knocks the combatants unconscious and whisks them away to... 2989. One thousand years later. Dark Horse, along with his teammate, Chuy, and one of the Soviets, Drago, finds himself in a future that is both impressive and horrifying. Humanity has left Earth behind and is rapidly expanding throughout the galaxy under the banner of The Union, a white supremacist government who racially 'purified' the human race hundreds of years in the past. Living on the fringe of this twisted Fourth Reich society, Dark Horse --the only black man in the Union--commandeers a vessel and scours the galaxy for his missing teammates under the guise of an Exo-Hunter, seeking out exo-planets to satiate the Union's need for colonization. His search takes him beyond the edge of the known universe and into an interplanetary war, guided by a vast intelligence that's been waiting for Dark Horse's arrival--for a thousand years. EXO-HUNTER is a light-hearted homage to 1980s science fiction movies that also looks at the dangers of white supremacy and the core values that makes it dangerous, and the butt of the joke.

30 review for Exo-Hunter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    If you’re lucky, you’ll read six books in a year that really strike home. The story is engaging, the pace perfect, the characters full of deliciously faulty holes – don’t ask me how that works, just roll with it. The experience of reading is as much fun as the book itself. You laugh, you may get a tear in your eye, you nod emphatically at this and growl menacingly, along with the heroes, at that. All in all, it’s not just a good book. It’s a great book and you want to tell your friends about it. If you’re lucky, you’ll read six books in a year that really strike home. The story is engaging, the pace perfect, the characters full of deliciously faulty holes – don’t ask me how that works, just roll with it. The experience of reading is as much fun as the book itself. You laugh, you may get a tear in your eye, you nod emphatically at this and growl menacingly, along with the heroes, at that. All in all, it’s not just a good book. It’s a great book and you want to tell your friends about it. Exo-Hunter: Dark Horse Rising by Jeremy Robinson is one of those books. I first stumbled across Jeremy Robinson the same way I do many new-to-me authors, via Audible’s Daily Deal promotion. After reading the blurb for Infinite, I one-clicked and listened and liked what I heard. I’d always intended to check out more of Robinson’s books, so I was delighted when I was asked to read ‘Exo-Hunter’ for review. The story starts with a bang, quite literally, in 1989, twenty kilometers from Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Dark Horse, his team of elite marines, the scientist they’re there to protect and an opposing team of Soviets are caught in an explosion. When Dark Horse and Chuy (his 2IC) are dug out of the ice of Antarctica by a team of salvagers, they learn that not only have 1000 years passed but the world of the future has been ethnically cleansed. Being Black and Latinx, respectively, Dark Horse and Chuy are the first people of color the salvagers have ever seen. Dark Horse takes full advantage of their surprise by commandeering their ship, renaming it the Bitch’n and setting about figuring out just what the heck happened. As in why are they in the future and why is everything so white and why is everyone speaking with a fake German accent? His new crew provides some answers. There was a Fourth Reich and they did unspeakable things. As a result, society is utterly homogenised. It’s also intent on breeding itself in the Universal Book of Records, meaning new planets are required, stat. Seeing as his dark complexion would cause conniptions at Union Command, Dark Horse repurposes the Bitch’n from salvage to Exo-Hunting, which is the search for new planets. It’s a dangerous profession, requiring teams to scout new worlds, either pronouncing them habitable or not. Five years later, Dark Horse, Chuy and Drago, a Soviet who was dug out of the ice with them, are no more assimilated than when they first arrived. They have, however, along with their adopted crew (I loved Burnett, Porter and Morton), established themselves as the best of the best when it comes to Exo-Hunting. They have also figured out how to track the rest of Dark Horse’s team from 1989. It’s only when they catch up with the first member that life on the fringe of the Union starts to get a little bit complicated. Then a lot complicated and then we learn why Dark Horse is really there and what he’s actually supposed to be doing and… I’m not going to tell you what that is. It’s pretty awesome, though. It’s not going to be Dark Horse and co. flying merrily around the galaxy discovering great and terrible planets for blandly evil future Nazis. On the surface, ‘Exo-Hunters’ is a fun, almost tongue-in-cheek novel of space adventure. It’s a loving homage to the 80s and to the music and movies that helped shape our culture. At its core, however, ‘Exo-Hunters’ is a not so subtle look at what we’d miss if humanity was ever collectively stupid enough to erase more than half of what we are. Reading a novel like this during 2020 meant some of the edges were sharper than probably intended. While I don’t imagine Robinson could have predicted what this year would bring in terms of a worldwide pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S.A,, no doubt he’s sadly unsurprised. Movements are not born overnight and history rarely happens in a single moment. The seeds of Robinson’s almost absurd future world are here already and, if nurtured, could mean the death of who we are as a species. I love a good time and I had a good time reading ‘Exo-Hunters’. But I also like to be made to think and feel. I hope very much that Jeremy Robinson will consider writing a sequel sooner rather than later. There’s plenty of setup in the epilogue for Dark Horse’s next adventure. But, also, it’d be awesome to see a book that reflected not so much of a world going mad, but one that is being collectively healed. As to whether either of these things will happen, we’ll just have to wait and see! Reviewed for SFcrowsnest.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Anderson

    Full Disclosure: I received an ARC of Exo-Hunter in return for a fair, honest review. I was in no way, shape, or from, coerced into any preconceived appraisal and/or critique(s) of this book I always anticipate a new Jeremey Robinson book in the same way a kid anticipates Christmas morning. There’s always that palpable sense of excitement, and the feeling of wonder at what lies under the tree (or, in this case, in the pages). Generally speaking, Robinson is like Santa Clause in that sometimes he Full Disclosure: I received an ARC of Exo-Hunter in return for a fair, honest review. I was in no way, shape, or from, coerced into any preconceived appraisal and/or critique(s) of this book I always anticipate a new Jeremey Robinson book in the same way a kid anticipates Christmas morning. There’s always that palpable sense of excitement, and the feeling of wonder at what lies under the tree (or, in this case, in the pages). Generally speaking, Robinson is like Santa Clause in that sometimes he brings things I never even knew I wanted, but usually, he at least brings things I asked for. I freely admit that I had high expectations for Exo-Hunter. Everything about this book screamed “amazing” and I was hoping for a novel that was action packed and non-stop like SecondWorld and had the same level of insanity as the Nemesis saga. While Exo-Hunter is definitely well written and is 100% Robinson’s creation, I have to say that I was left wanting a bit more after finishing it. Like I said, this is far from a bad book (hell, I can’t think of many of Robinson’s novels that weren’t at least marginally enjoyable...though I still don’t understand the love for The Others). It’s a total thrill ride from start to finish and, in typical Robinson fashion, it takes some pretty outlandish and wholly original twists and turns. Robinson’s world-building and plot are, typically, well done and thought out. I even enjoyed the premise and where Robinson took the story. For me, though, I wasn’t a huge fan of the subtext. I don’t want to give away too much, but I will say that this novel is a product of its time (in other words, this was, according to Robinson, written at the height of the George Floyd protests so I think you can deduce where the story goes). Personally, I am sick and tired of SJW ideas invading fiction and kind of high jacking the overall enjoyment of a story. Look, racism sucks and you won’t get any argument from me that it’s a terrible way to live your life, however I can’t see the necessity of it having to be highlighted and made a part of futuristic sci-if novel. There are plenty of non-fiction texts on the subject if you’re really into that kind of thing. It was right around this time, 6 years ago, that I picked up SecondWorld on a whim and instantly became a fan of Robinson. I’ve been a loyal reader ever since (heck, I’ve had the opportunity to review 2 of his books as ARCs so I think I can say without a shadow of a doubt that I’m a fan) and I’ve read almost everything from his extensive bibliography. There have been highs and lows and I’ve gotten to experience all of them. Exo-Hunter fits somewhere in the middle, in that it’s not Robinson’s best work, but it’s obviously not his worst. I will say that Robinson has come a long way from earlier works like The Didymus Contingency and Beneath, and just like Alter and Infinite, this one highlights Robinson’s attempt at melding contemporary ideas and feelings into his fiction. I just know that when Robinson writes strictly for enjoyment and fun, his books tend to resonate more with me. But hey, I still recommend Exo-Hunter strictly on its crazy premise.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julie Carter

    This new book by Jeremy Robinson is how I occupied my time today, because once I started reading, I didn't want to stop. This story was an action-packed adventure from the start through the very last sentence. I am a sucker for time travel, which was done really well here. I was intrigued by the different worlds encountered and what each one brought. I loved the characters and the snarky word play between them, and I always appreciate a nod to the 80's. But there was also a part of me that found t This new book by Jeremy Robinson is how I occupied my time today, because once I started reading, I didn't want to stop. This story was an action-packed adventure from the start through the very last sentence. I am a sucker for time travel, which was done really well here. I was intrigued by the different worlds encountered and what each one brought. I loved the characters and the snarky word play between them, and I always appreciate a nod to the 80's. But there was also a part of me that found the fate of Earth terrifying. With everything that 2020 has brought us, it was way too easy to imagine this story happening!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walpole

    Loved it... Jeremy Robinson hits another one out of the park. It is binge worthy. I normally pace myself a little better with whatever I’m reading, but that was out the window with this one. Fantastic read...and loved the playlist on the website!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    Space. Nazis. In The Future! I didn't think there was much new ground that The Modern Day Master of Science Fiction, Jeremy Robinson, had left to cover. I was wrong. He hadn't covered space Nazis in the future yet, and that has now been corrected in truly awesome fashion. This one has everything you would expect from a tale of late 80s Special Forces soldiers being thrust 1,000 years into a future where the Nazis eventually came back, destroyed Earth... and are trying to take over the entire gal Space. Nazis. In The Future! I didn't think there was much new ground that The Modern Day Master of Science Fiction, Jeremy Robinson, had left to cover. I was wrong. He hadn't covered space Nazis in the future yet, and that has now been corrected in truly awesome fashion. This one has everything you would expect from a tale of late 80s Special Forces soldiers being thrust 1,000 years into a future where the Nazis eventually came back, destroyed Earth... and are trying to take over the entire galaxy. Some Firefly, a good dose of WALL-E, and a few key callbacks to other previous Robinson books (easily explained in context, but then you're going to want to go read those books too :) ). And a pair of significant cameos at the end that could signal that Robinson is FINALLY about to give us another Avengers Level Event soon! All told, one of Robinson's more fun books to date, which is saying quite a bit, and very much recommended.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    The nasty virus I'm not very good at writing reviews But I just have to say I absolutely loved this book it's great sci-fi it's got great content and the subject matter is something we all are seeing really, in reality toda!y jeremy Robinson makes this book Funny, Entertaining And I just can't say enough about how much I loved it! Pick up a copy read it And write a review so we can get more stories in this world, Cause I'll buy everyone of them!!! The nasty virus I'm not very good at writing reviews But I just have to say I absolutely loved this book it's great sci-fi it's got great content and the subject matter is something we all are seeing really, in reality toda!y jeremy Robinson makes this book Funny, Entertaining And I just can't say enough about how much I loved it! Pick up a copy read it And write a review so we can get more stories in this world, Cause I'll buy everyone of them!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christina Randall

    I was waiting excitedly for Jeremy's next book and this did not disappoint. I started it one evening and finished it the next day, telling my family they had to fend for themselves as I had important reading to do! The story is exciting with lots of fun characters. I do hope a sequel comes one day or even a series. I was waiting excitedly for Jeremy's next book and this did not disappoint. I started it one evening and finished it the next day, telling my family they had to fend for themselves as I had important reading to do! The story is exciting with lots of fun characters. I do hope a sequel comes one day or even a series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Exo-Hunter is an interesting take on time travel, space wars, and Nazi's. It is difficult to write a review without giving anything away, so all I call say is, read the book. Exo-Hunter is an interesting take on time travel, space wars, and Nazi's. It is difficult to write a review without giving anything away, so all I call say is, read the book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Glenn

    A fantastic read full of 80's references that had me laughing out loud. As usual with Jeremy Robinson you get both great action and a thought provoking story combining to make a superb book that will do it's job of entertaining the reader perfectly. A fantastic read full of 80's references that had me laughing out loud. As usual with Jeremy Robinson you get both great action and a thought provoking story combining to make a superb book that will do it's job of entertaining the reader perfectly.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

    Love it! This book is awesome, easily one of Robinson’s best! Lots of Sci-Fi and creatures and action. And of course, humor. Lots of it. Pick this up and lose yourself in it today!

  11. 5 out of 5

    cassie bledsoe

    Robinson has done it again! Such a fascinating sci-fi experience! Great action, humor and literary genius! Read this book in 2 days could not put it down. Highly recommend for a great mental escape and just plain fun!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Paris

    Just, wow! The whole concept of this book is amazing! The planets, the technology, and even the weird white people cancering up the galaxy. Worth the read!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Michael Chatman

    Fast paced sci-fi action. Loved it!!! Another great book from JR, and possibly part of a future crossover. Lots of action right from the beginning. This book contains some cameos from other JR books, mostly The Others, though you don't need to have read any of them first. They are all listed in the authors note at the end. I would definitely recommend this book, but I haven't read a JR book yet that I wouldn't. Fast paced sci-fi action. Loved it!!! Another great book from JR, and possibly part of a future crossover. Lots of action right from the beginning. This book contains some cameos from other JR books, mostly The Others, though you don't need to have read any of them first. They are all listed in the authors note at the end. I would definitely recommend this book, but I haven't read a JR book yet that I wouldn't.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    It's a good entertaining read, with a lot of action and some interesting exploration of gadgets and alien consciousness. Had this been finished in March 2021 instead of March 2020, the author might have been accused of borrowing from Star Trek: Discovery. On a suspension-of-disbelief scale from 1 to 10 (in which "1" is a painstakingly researched and peer-reviewed history, and "10" is a Warner Brothers cartoon) this is a "6." For one thing, fascist empires don't last centuries, because fascists d It's a good entertaining read, with a lot of action and some interesting exploration of gadgets and alien consciousness. Had this been finished in March 2021 instead of March 2020, the author might have been accused of borrowing from Star Trek: Discovery. On a suspension-of-disbelief scale from 1 to 10 (in which "1" is a painstakingly researched and peer-reviewed history, and "10" is a Warner Brothers cartoon) this is a "6." For one thing, fascist empires don't last centuries, because fascists don't play well with others-- not even each other. They always seem to turn on each other in ever-tightening purges of the less committed. And then there's the time travel and the borderline magic of future technology. I'm surprised that another reviewer called "Exo-Hunter" 'preachy,' because the book doesn't take itself that seriously. The main character can be a bit of a di-- er-- jerk, and I don't think the author captures the headspace of a black man in a Nazi universe, any more than I would, had I been writing the main character. Having said that, the evolution of the character and the plot of the book are a stream of consciousness reflection of a state of mind many of us share these days. I'm interested to see how the author builds on his setup for a sequel book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Calvin

    Great characters but a little preachy. First, I love Jeremy's novels. I've read all but a few and loved every one. This one has all of his greatest hits: the irreverent humor, relatable and truly human characters with flaws, and completely crazy, never predictable plots. However, this novel was different from the others. The premise that Nazis took over in the future was interesting but then the SJW talking points started popping up more and more frequently and really distracted me from the book. Great characters but a little preachy. First, I love Jeremy's novels. I've read all but a few and loved every one. This one has all of his greatest hits: the irreverent humor, relatable and truly human characters with flaws, and completely crazy, never predictable plots. However, this novel was different from the others. The premise that Nazis took over in the future was interesting but then the SJW talking points started popping up more and more frequently and really distracted me from the book. White supremacists are apparently lurking everywhere according to the book. Christopher Columbus was a racist, murdering rapist. Every white person has racist thoughts and constantly keep minorities down. I get what the author was trying to do, but it was just a bad time. This book just regurgitated CNN's talking points here and there and it just didn't fit right. But then there's the ending. Holy. Freaking. Cow. Talk about awesome. Thrilling and exciting. Ending but leaving it open for a sequel (please!). Bringing in the two characters from other novels was amazing to read. Overall, it's a really good book, just leave the social commentary to the news.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dan Delgado

    Launched a thousand years into the future, the remaining members of an American spec-ops group, plus one Spetz-naz soldier, find themselves surrounded by a human race devoid of diversity. Callsign: Dark Horse, the lone remaining black man in the galaxy, along with Chuy, the sole remaining hispanic woman, a befriended enemy and crew of 29th century wussies embark on a career as exo-hunters, people who find new planets for an ever-increasing human race to inhabit. Action, humor, and dozens of 80's Launched a thousand years into the future, the remaining members of an American spec-ops group, plus one Spetz-naz soldier, find themselves surrounded by a human race devoid of diversity. Callsign: Dark Horse, the lone remaining black man in the galaxy, along with Chuy, the sole remaining hispanic woman, a befriended enemy and crew of 29th century wussies embark on a career as exo-hunters, people who find new planets for an ever-increasing human race to inhabit. Action, humor, and dozens of 80's references abound in the latest hit from brilliant sci-fi adventure from Jeremy Robinson. The 80's are back! And so is the fast-paced writing of one of this generation's most brilliant authors.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dee Haddrill

    Exo-Hunter is a book that will run you through the gamut of emotions, although the primary one is laughter. If you’re a child of the 80s, you will find it especially entertaining. The dialogue is hilarious and snappy, and the characters so real and flawed. Despite the humour of the book, it really is also a sad indictment on the world we face today. Jeremy has taken today’s more concerning aspects of society and extrapolated that into a future that’s terrifying in both its plausibility and proba Exo-Hunter is a book that will run you through the gamut of emotions, although the primary one is laughter. If you’re a child of the 80s, you will find it especially entertaining. The dialogue is hilarious and snappy, and the characters so real and flawed. Despite the humour of the book, it really is also a sad indictment on the world we face today. Jeremy has taken today’s more concerning aspects of society and extrapolated that into a future that’s terrifying in both its plausibility and probability. Every time, I think a book of Jeremy’s is my favourite, he writes another and that becomes my favourite. Well played, sir... well played.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Leilani

    JR keeps getting better and better I often get books that look really interesting to me but I end up putting them down then picking up another book then coming back to them over and over again before I finally either give up or finally finish them. Exo Hunter was one of those books that I picked up and didn't put down until I was finished with it. It was a great adventure with fantastic, well developed characters. I felt I knew every one of them and that I was part of the crew. There were also a JR keeps getting better and better I often get books that look really interesting to me but I end up putting them down then picking up another book then coming back to them over and over again before I finally either give up or finally finish them. Exo Hunter was one of those books that I picked up and didn't put down until I was finished with it. It was a great adventure with fantastic, well developed characters. I felt I knew every one of them and that I was part of the crew. There were also a couple unexpected twists in there which I loved. Thanks for getting me out of my head for a few more hours Jeremy. Love your writing. Keep it up!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Trevor

    Dark Horse and his Marine Squad are caught up in an explosion when they discover a mysterious item buried in the Antarctic. Waking up in a much changed universe a thousand years later, Dark Horse begins a search for his missing team while coming to terms with the new regime. Interesting story with lots of humour and an interesting dynamic between characters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    juana hernandez

    Europhids!!! The book reflects how much America is changing. Could we be harboring true Nazis in our country? It is not farfetched. Dark Horse is charged with saving our way of life. Having seen the future, can we still change the past. The Europhids from Beneath caught me off guard, but they worked their weird deadly magic. Can't wait for the next book! Europhids!!! The book reflects how much America is changing. Could we be harboring true Nazis in our country? It is not farfetched. Dark Horse is charged with saving our way of life. Having seen the future, can we still change the past. The Europhids from Beneath caught me off guard, but they worked their weird deadly magic. Can't wait for the next book!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chance

    Didn’t truly connect The story was was bush of ploy ideas from outer novels that really felt like movie between C and B. Has I’ve learned any true story needs the right kind of villain(s) to make reader route for the heroes but the Nzis where just dumb evil expect for the traitors gave credibility. The only reason it made 3 stars was because The Cowboy stared in it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cody Sheets

    Another solid Robinson adventure Jeremy nails it again with another solid sci fi adventure. The action is good, bad guys horrible, and wise cracking good guys. Also easter eggs galore for longtime readers which is one of the coolest things Jeremy does in his books. Check it out, you won't be dissapointed. Another solid Robinson adventure Jeremy nails it again with another solid sci fi adventure. The action is good, bad guys horrible, and wise cracking good guys. Also easter eggs galore for longtime readers which is one of the coolest things Jeremy does in his books. Check it out, you won't be dissapointed.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Carole-Anne Chambers

    What an awesome read! this book was badass! The fact that this was written during lockdown makes it even better. This book is for anyone who hates racism and wants to see it eradicated. Awesome read!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Linda A. Blanchette

    Time travel, monsters,comrades and betrayal. Another outstanding adventure by Jeremy Robinson, the master of monsters. This tale involves time travel, international rivalry among military folks, monsters, monsters, and more monsters. I am a long-time reader and this was thoroughly enjoyable!

  25. 4 out of 5

    jeremy dierst

    Not a bad start for a new series. The plot kept moving and had some good twists and turns. Very easy to read and sit back and enjoy. The cast of characters are fairly creative and detailed enough to be able to follow along with. Hopefully this is the initial novel in a great series to come.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nanette Mitchell

    Getting rid of the Nazi factor What an adventure moving from the past to the far future. Loved the characters in Dark Horse also known as Moses and seeing how well connected a special unit of Marines can influence the future. Fun journey with humor

  27. 5 out of 5

    Troy Allen

    Fun read! If you want to escape and have a good read this is it. Intended or not some of the material is vey topical. Also I love the 80s references! I hope there is a fun follow ups as hinted in the book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Excellent!! Another great book! Quick pace, witty banter and mind bending twists. Everything I have come to expect from this great author.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Colin C Johnston

    Exceptional Jeremy does it again. Creative, fast paced and endlessly fascinating and entertaining. I have read a lot of his work and this one does not disappoint.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Harmoni

    Exo-hunter will make you want to go to space!!!! What a fantastic ride! Jeremy Robinson never ever lets you down. A pure thrill ride from beginning to end. A monumental story, that really makes you take a deep dive into the human condition. Full of well rounded need like be able characters, with Dark Horse leading the pack. A must read to be on all 2021 lists!!!!

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