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The Art of Human Hunting: Extreme Horror

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Once a year, a group of friends meet to hunt humans. After the hunt, they each partake in a pain competition where they are each given one minute to hurt their victim. Finally, they each get a chance to turn their victim into a work of art. Follow Scott's journey and his first year in 'The Hunt'. Warning: This is a violent book with scenes of torture Once a year, a group of friends meet to hunt humans. After the hunt, they each partake in a pain competition where they are each given one minute to hurt their victim. Finally, they each get a chance to turn their victim into a work of art. Follow Scott's journey and his first year in 'The Hunt'. Warning: This is a violent book with scenes of torture


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Once a year, a group of friends meet to hunt humans. After the hunt, they each partake in a pain competition where they are each given one minute to hurt their victim. Finally, they each get a chance to turn their victim into a work of art. Follow Scott's journey and his first year in 'The Hunt'. Warning: This is a violent book with scenes of torture Once a year, a group of friends meet to hunt humans. After the hunt, they each partake in a pain competition where they are each given one minute to hurt their victim. Finally, they each get a chance to turn their victim into a work of art. Follow Scott's journey and his first year in 'The Hunt'. Warning: This is a violent book with scenes of torture

30 review for The Art of Human Hunting: Extreme Horror

  1. 4 out of 5

    John The Crippledgimp

    Well that was a awesome read. I read this book in one sitting because I didn't want to put it down and before I knew it I was done. This book is brutal. Some of the descriptions in some of the kill scenes made me just cringe. A Sea Caummisar book is always a awesome, brutal, violent read that never disappoints. I really enjoyed this and hope there is a sequel. I highly recommend Sea Caummisar to anyone into extreme horror she rocks. Well that was a awesome read. I read this book in one sitting because I didn't want to put it down and before I knew it I was done. This book is brutal. Some of the descriptions in some of the kill scenes made me just cringe. A Sea Caummisar book is always a awesome, brutal, violent read that never disappoints. I really enjoyed this and hope there is a sequel. I highly recommend Sea Caummisar to anyone into extreme horror she rocks.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    Once a year, a group of tightly-knit friends gather to celebrate their annual tradition of bonding through causing immense suffering to captured humans. They're released naked into the wilderness and hunted down like animals. Whoever comes up with the most brutal and creative kills wins the contest and basks in the glory of admiration. It's Scott's first year in The Hunt, and he's not sure if he has the same capacity for senseless cruelty as his twisted group of friends. There were definitely som Once a year, a group of tightly-knit friends gather to celebrate their annual tradition of bonding through causing immense suffering to captured humans. They're released naked into the wilderness and hunted down like animals. Whoever comes up with the most brutal and creative kills wins the contest and basks in the glory of admiration. It's Scott's first year in The Hunt, and he's not sure if he has the same capacity for senseless cruelty as his twisted group of friends. There were definitely some extremely brutal death scenes in this book, but there was also a lot of twisted black humor to lighten things up every now and then. Fans of Final Destination would probably feel right at home with this one, as it's essentially a constant supply of killing off people in the most bizarre, inventive and downright insane ways possible. It's dark and nasty, but also kind of funny and entertaining with its inventiveness. The wackiest part is when the crew holds an art competition to see who can create the most grotesque masterpieces using the remains of their butchered prey as their canvas. I felt like some of the characters had a lot of potential to be further developed which would've made me feel more invested in the stakes of the story, but most of them just ended up drifting off to the background and remained caricatures of one-dimensional sociopaths. A thrilling and creative horror novella, but I do think the story and characters could've played a bigger role in adding tension to the slaughterfest. *** If you're looking for some dark ambient music for reading horror, dark fantasy and other books like this one, then be sure to check out my YouTube Channel called Nightmarish Compositions: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPPs...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Leung

    Brutal This was another great read from this author. Each character having there own way of doing things and thinking up new ways of what to make with their art. My favourite being the pretzel by Hunter. The storyline was good and kept you entertained throughout. A very enjoyable read. Would recommend

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    There’s an old movie from 1997 called “The Game” and if you are at all familiar with that movie you will get that vibe from this book. More recently a movie called “The Hunt” was also released, but “The Game” is really better. This was a short book (novella) that basically tells the story of a group of guys (with a father son duo and the son’s best friend) who partake in an annual hunt. There’s a lot of minor details about the who and why of it that I won’t spoil here because the book isn’t that There’s an old movie from 1997 called “The Game” and if you are at all familiar with that movie you will get that vibe from this book. More recently a movie called “The Hunt” was also released, but “The Game” is really better. This was a short book (novella) that basically tells the story of a group of guys (with a father son duo and the son’s best friend) who partake in an annual hunt. There’s a lot of minor details about the who and why of it that I won’t spoil here because the book isn’t that long to begin with and I don’t want to be too spoilery. The twist? They are hunting people. The added twist? There is also a pain contest to see who can make their victim scream the loudest in under a minute, as well as an art contest. And I’ll end my review there. Definitely a book full of triggers and extreme and graphic violence. You’ve been warned.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lou

    Complete garbage This was utter rubbish in my opinion. It had no real story and was literally just violence for the sake of it. I almost stopped reading when I came to the first non-existent word and by the time I came to the second I wished I hadn't bothered wasting my time. Why do these authors not at the very least get someone with a basic grasp of the English language and a dictionary, to do a quick read through before they publish, even if they don't intend to have the manuscript proof read/ Complete garbage This was utter rubbish in my opinion. It had no real story and was literally just violence for the sake of it. I almost stopped reading when I came to the first non-existent word and by the time I came to the second I wished I hadn't bothered wasting my time. Why do these authors not at the very least get someone with a basic grasp of the English language and a dictionary, to do a quick read through before they publish, even if they don't intend to have the manuscript proof read/copy edited?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Erzsebet

    Every year the hunt takes place with a group of friends meeting up in order to inflict pain. Each can then take part in a competition to savagely wound and maim within a minute. When that is completed the group can then do whatever they wish with their prey, even turn them into art displayed. This book details a man's first year joining the hunt and every bit of depravity he sees. A disturbing but fascinating book written with gore and shock in mind. Unlike horrors that delight in little story and mo Every year the hunt takes place with a group of friends meeting up in order to inflict pain. Each can then take part in a competition to savagely wound and maim within a minute. When that is completed the group can then do whatever they wish with their prey, even turn them into art displayed. This book details a man's first year joining the hunt and every bit of depravity he sees. A disturbing but fascinating book written with gore and shock in mind. Unlike horrors that delight in little story and more splash, this felt more organized and thought out. This is sport not just grabbing a gun and shooting a crowd, everything within is deliberate and the art contest is inspired. I was instantly addicted to this brilliant book with its dark theme and its unique brand of horror. There are moments that seem deeper with hunters almost pulling sympathy from the reader but one must remember how twisted these people are. This is my first experience of this author but my bloodthirsty intrigue has been piqued. A horrifyingly detailed book which appealed enormously to my darker urges. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Billie

    This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believable. Great suspense and found myself second guessing every thought I had continuously. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review. This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believable. Great suspense and found myself second guessing every thought I had continuously. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    constance g. simari

    decent horror, BUT DEFINITELY NOT "EXTREME" HORROR. Reading the book is like watching a horror movie where the picture is so dark, you can't see anything. You can see parts but you have to have a good imagination for other parts. Still, it's worth a read. decent horror, BUT DEFINITELY NOT "EXTREME" HORROR. Reading the book is like watching a horror movie where the picture is so dark, you can't see anything. You can see parts but you have to have a good imagination for other parts. Still, it's worth a read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    Not for the faint of heart. Talk about good. Not exactly enjoyable but decidedly gripping and definitely a premise that is plausible this is a unique take on hunting... and what makes good art. I'm yet to read a book by this author that doesn't leave me wanting more. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Not for the faint of heart. Talk about good. Not exactly enjoyable but decidedly gripping and definitely a premise that is plausible this is a unique take on hunting... and what makes good art. I'm yet to read a book by this author that doesn't leave me wanting more. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mark Alexander

    Sea Caummisar is fast becoming one of my favourite extreme horror writers. She has never disappointed me yet.

  11. 4 out of 5

    kim wood

    Art? I had to skip a few of the more disturbing scenes ! What a dark mind you have Miss Sea

  12. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Carroll

  14. 4 out of 5

    charles hinton

  15. 5 out of 5

    donna

  16. 4 out of 5

    Madison

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    anna clark

  18. 5 out of 5

    Toni

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    Patty Ward

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    D. S. Fish

  21. 5 out of 5

    norman stuart

  22. 5 out of 5

    susan baker

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    Sarah Lynne Thompson

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    Anna Ford

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    Michele Pacheco

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    K J SULLIVAN

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    Dan Guy

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    mrs moira hall

  29. 5 out of 5

    Devin Arnold

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    sharon freeman

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