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This collected edition of The Antarktos Saga includes all five books in the series—DESCENT, PURSUIT, ASCENT, LAMENT and ONSLAUGHT, as well as never-before-seen art and character designs inspired by the series, an exclusive short story titled “The Children of Antarktos” and an interview with bestselling author Jeremy Robinson, composed primarily of questions asked by fans oThis collected edition of The Antarktos Saga includes all five books in the series—DESCENT, PURSUIT, ASCENT, LAMENT and ONSLAUGHT, as well as never-before-seen art and character designs inspired by the series, an exclusive short story titled “The Children of Antarktos” and an interview with bestselling author Jeremy Robinson, composed primarily of questions asked by fans of the series.Description:I’ve been told that the entire continent of Antarctica groaned at the moment of my birth. The howl tore across glaciers, over mountains and deep into the ice. Everyone says so. Except for my father; all he heard was Mother's sobs. Not of pain, but of joy, so he says. Other than that, the only verifiable fact about the day I was born is that an iceberg the size of Los Angeles broke free from the ice shelf, a few miles off the coast. Again, some would have me believe the fracture took place as I entered the world. But all that really matters, according to my parents, is that I, Solomon Ull Vincent, the first child born on Antarctica—the first and only Antarctican—was born on September 2nd, 1974.If only someone could have warned me that upon my return to the continent of my birth, thirteen years later, I would be kidnapped, subjected to tortures beyond comprehension and forced to fight…and kill. If only someone had hinted that I'd wind up struggling to survive in a subterranean world full of ancient warriors, strange creatures and supernatural powers.Had I been warned, I might have lived a normal life. The human race might have remained safe. And the fate of the world might not rest on my shoulders. Had I been warned…This is my story—the tale of Solomon Ull Vincent—The Last Hunter....

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  • Angela Crawford
    2019-05-11 01:58

    The Last Hunter Saga is a non-stop, action packed thrill ride into a subteranian hell and back. One of the things that Jeremy Robinson excels at is writing characters that you can both believe in and care about, making it really easy to get involved in the lives and battles of the people and creatures found on the pages of this book. Filled with both grand adventure and heart-stopping terror Solomon's story hooked me right from the start and wouldn't let go. I'm glad I waited for this collected edition because waiting for the next part of the story would have been unbearable. The addition of the artwork, and interview are great but the exclusive short story was fantastic because it gave me hope that I might get to have more fantastic adventures in Antarktos. I can't recommend this terrific 5 star read enough!

  • Jerome
    2019-05-21 02:43

    A great read from start to finish. I initially read Antarktos Rising and searched everywhere for this series. This series begins 20 years before Antarktos Rising and blends the story lines in perfectly. Hopefully there will be more in this series.

  • Jamey Goodyear
    2019-05-18 04:52

    Slide those JR Tolkien books over to make room for The Last Hunter.When I first started this book series I wasn’t sure I was going to like it. I had gotten the Collected Edition that had all 5 The Last Hunter books in 1 volume so I started with the first book in the series. I had read several of Jeremy Robinson’s other books and trusted that I wouldn’t be disappointed with this story. I wasn’t. This is the story of Solomon Ull Vincent, the only human born on Antarctica and the last hunter. But of course, you already knew that.Antarctica isn’t anything like we think. Oh sure, it’s covered in ice and snow and is very cold. But there are civilizations living under the ice and snow! Ancient civilizations. The underground has rivers, waterfalls, forests, and creatures. Solomon calls Antarctica, Antarktos. It seems fitting to call the land something different. The civilizations underground are ruled by the Nephilim, half humans, half demons. They are giants, the gods of myths and legends that are evil and delight in pain. Humans have become slaves to them. Humans stolen as babies, young children, even adults. The humans are their teachers, keeping them up-to-date with what is happening in the world as well as hunters. The humans that become hunters are tortured, broken, until they don’t remember their past, their families, even their names. The Nephilim are planning to attack the earth and wipe out the humans as soon as their leader, Nephil, is restored. He has been exiled to a place of torment, Tartarus. Solomon, being born on Antarctica, has a connection to the land, a supernatural connection. The Nephilim want him to become the vessel for their exiled leader. We follow Solomon as he is captured and escapes. He spends time in Tartarus learning about forgiveness, letting go of burdens, and forgiving himself. He surprises the hunters and Nephilim by leaving Tartarus. The belief was that one couldn’t leave. Solomon rallies many hunters to fight against the Nephilim. These hunters call him king. At the end of book 2, the poles on earth shift, causing Antarktos to be aligned along the new equator. Much of what was populated areas of the earth are now covered in ice and snow. Billions of people died. Because of this, the surviving countries race to claim possession of Antarctica. That story is told in the book Antarktos Rising, by Jeremy and is well worth reading. When the Nephilim come to the surface they find themselves battling armies from many countries. Solomon aligns himself with the armies, becoming their leader because of his abilities, knowledge of the Nephilim, and connection to the land. Throughout the story threads the theme of forgiveness. Solomon teaches the hunters about forgiveness and the strength it can give them. He also teaches them about letting go the burden of all the evil they did as broken hunters serving the Nephilim, forgiving themselves. This is an epic adventure and is filled with Jeremy’s special brand of amazing, fanciful creatures. The continuity between the books in the series and Antarktos Rising is spot on. Although the series is quite different and much faster paced than Tolkien’s The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings series, it has the same feel of adventure and wisdom. As I stated earlier in this review, I wasn’t disappointed. In fact I was quite surprised and pleased. You won’t be disappointed when you read this series, even if you don’t make the same connections to Tolkien that I did.

  • Angela
    2019-05-17 22:55

    FIVE BOOKS PACKED INTO ONE HECK OF A READ ! The story takes place in Antarctica . . . Solomon, a child born there returns on his twelfth birthday and is abducted. He endures loss, hardship, blood and tears, yet becomes determined to learn and survive, which serves him well, as he eventually leads his followers from the bowls of Antarctica to the outside world. Solomon frees them from the tyranny of biblical beasts that have enslaved and used for thousands of years to satisfy their own despicable desires. This does not please them at all . . .I became part of young Solomon's plight as a child whom eventually grew into a man. . . The Last Hunter. He faced monstrous creatures that only Jeremy Robinson could portray in such frightening detail. I could feel their presence as if these beasts were in my room while I was reading (((shivers))) . Such intense and sometimes disturbing scenes, that I had to put my Kindle down for a bit. An excellently crafted story which flows so elegantly from one book to the next, that I was snared from the beginning - - - the more I was pulled in, the more I rooted for Solomon and detested his enemies. I even yelled during some scenes.The end of the book was fantastic. Not only did Solomon face adversity, he opened his heart to love and redemption. I truly enjoyed the bonus book at the very end. The cherry on top of the cake!A thrilling and unforgettable series of books that I recommend to all genres of readers, as it has all the right ingredients.

  • W. Hendrix
    2019-05-17 21:32

    I will start off by saying of all the books that I have read, this one breaks my heart that it is over. It is a great read as you travel with Solomon and you get to see him grow and change into a hunter then change into something more. I could see myself in his place, in his world and I wanted more. The story centers on a little boy by the name of Solomon Vincent who wants,no, who needs more than anything to see the continent of Antarctica. As everyone knows, we as children always have dreams of things we want to do; places we want to go. This story follows what happens when a boy gets to fulfill that dream and the path he is forced down once he does. He is broken and remolded into the Hunter Ull and the innocent boy dies, or does he? Hunters live below the service of Antarctica and serve their perverse masters and do all their bidding. Who are their masters? None other than the giants of old, the bastard sons of fallen angels and man; the Nephilim. Find out what is in store for Solomon, the Hunters, the Nephilim and the civilization of man through this engrossing novel set in a very foreign world. I think you will enjoy this fantastic story and it WILL leave you wanting to know and experience more about this boy and his world (the wonders and the horrors). Happy reading guys!

  • Angela Crawford
    2019-05-01 22:49

    The Last Hunter Saga is a non-stop, action packed thrill ride into a subteranian hell and back. One of the things that Jeremy Robinson excels at is writing characters that you can both believe in and care about, making it really easy to get involved in the lives and battles of the people and creatures found on the pages of this book. Filled with both grand adventure and heart-stopping terror Solomon's story hooked me right from the start and wouldn't let go. I'm glad I waited for this collected edition because waiting for the next part of the story would have been unbearable. The addition of the artwork, and interview are great but the exclusive short story was fantastic because it gave me hope that I might get to have more fantastic adventures in Antarktos. I can't recommend this terrific 5 star read enough!

  • Rian Martin
    2019-05-16 21:37

    When I found out about this book, it didn't interest me as much as his previous books had, I held of getting it till I was finished with the others. Got the first one and immediately got the rest. This series blew me away, I loved it. What I thought was going to be more of a young adult series was one of the best I had ever read. It sucked me in, I loved each character and couldn't wait for more. Antarktos Rising was the first book of Robinson's I read and what got me hooked on his books. This series sealed the deal. It is beautiful in its detail, funny, full of adventure and a great original story. I encourage you to check it out. The extra content in this book adds to the story. Great fan art, interesting Q&A and a short story I had been waiting for for a while. You will not be disappointed, by this book or any of Jeremy's books.

  • Terry Parrish
    2019-05-19 02:38

    Wow, what a book! There are so many elements to this story its hard to know where to start. I won't even begin to break it down. To write a review for it is almost impossible. What I do know is that I couldn't put it down. At times its so intense you have to continue reading to find out what happens. Soloman is the perfect person for the main character. Sensitive and tough at the same time. The underworld of Anarctica is a strange and scary place to have to live and survive. And the creatures who live there are stranger, still. What a place. And what a story. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves science fiction, adventure and action. Its full of it and keeps you on your toes. You never know what will happen next till you turn the page.

  • Dustin
    2019-04-19 22:55

    "The Last Hunter" and it's companion yet stand-alone novel, " Antarktos Rising" are now among my favorite books/series of any type of media-books, movies, video games, etc. If you are reading this, unsure of whether you should read this, be assured, buy it! It's got action, dinosaurs, intense fight and flight scenes, like able characters, awesome storytelling, some hair-raising scariness- all you could want in an awesome epic! For an added experience, read "Antarktos Rising" in between part 2: Pursuit and part 3: Ascent! Then prepare for the Jeremy Robinson floodgates to open, he has a ton of other winners-check them all out!

  • Kelly
    2019-04-30 02:59

    Jeremy Robinson has done it again, creating fantastic loveable characters. A story that is easy to read as the writing is so good, it really captures the readers attention and imagination. It is always good to find a series of books that you can get lost in and this is definitely one of those series. Having them all together in a complete collectors edition is great and will provide hours of entertainment. The Q & A with the author is interesting and insight. The short story, gives fans what they've longed for....more Solomon.

  • Miguel Panão
    2019-05-07 02:34

    Just finished reading one of the most beautiful, harsh, fast-paced stories about family, friends, mysteries. Unexpected surprises almost at every line. If you think you know what a good adventure book is ... unless you give a chance to immerse yourself in The Last Hunter ... I'm afraid you may never know. The values hidden beneath the gore, battles, blood, pain show a modern and entertaining way to reflect upon who we are and what we may become when we have faith, passion, hope and focus. Thanks Jeremy for such an imaginative creation that enriches human culture.

  • Sharon
    2019-05-09 01:32

    This is a collection of the books 1 through 5 of the Last hunter. it also includes some really nice drawings. and an additional story about our beloved King Solomon and his family. I really enjoyed this set of books. If you haven't read the individual books yet, this is a great buy, because it adds so much. I am looking forward to reading more of The Last Hunter adventures (hint, hint to Jeremy and Kane).

  • Rick Fisher
    2019-05-10 01:43

    I am a huge fan of Jeremy Robinson. "Secondworld" was an excellent read.This collection of five novels left me bored. The pace was way to slow for me. Yes, there were lots of chase scenes. So, someone was always running. That's not the pace I'm referring to though. LOL. It all become somewhat redundant after the first dozen or so times.Still a fan, but not a big fan of The Last Hunter.

  • Michael Ruppert
    2019-05-06 03:48

    This is a great ride!!I have just recently started reading Jeremy Robinson through his Kaiju books. The way he writes helps you fall into the story and feel like you are part of the world he creates. This book series (to include "Antarktos Rising") is extremely well thought out and researched. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the entire series!

  • Peg Swanson
    2019-05-05 23:52

    Excellent story and taught morals at the same time. Left me wanting more even after 5 books!Excellent story with great morals. Left me wanting more after 5 books. I highly recommend these books. Even my husband is reading the story on audio. 1st book he has listened to in 30 years.

  • Reeda
    2019-05-10 00:57

    I've already read this series and I loved it so much I bought this collected edition because I hope to someday pass it on to my son. It includes a bonus short story, character art drawings and an interview with the author which includes fan questions asked of him thru facebook (I hope mine is in there)!This series is HIGHLY recommended!!

  • Elizabeth Wood
    2019-05-02 03:45

    Absolutely Love This Collection!Loved it so much I bought the hardback for my son to read!Sol has a rough road ahead of him, but with the right tools, he might just make it out alive...

  • Zac Shepherd
    2019-04-20 04:42

    Awesome series!great series. the only bad part is that the series has ended. hopefully there will be more books written. guess for now ill look to the other books by Jeremy Robinson (this was my first read by him)

  • Amira Abdellatif
    2019-05-11 03:46

    A really enjoyable journey. I quite liked the hero describing himself as a crybaby; apparent weakness turning out to be a great strength. Hope, faith, focus and passion, and a connection with our land - and humour: a winning combination.I look forward to more from this author.

  • Alicia
    2019-04-29 01:32

    Absolutely thrilling series!! I loved and looked forward to each new book. Returning to a lost land, and finding out that myths DO have a place in reality. Well done-one of my favorite Jeremy Robinson sagas!!

  • Brandy
    2019-05-02 01:40

    Please see individual books for review. This book contained all books at a lower price than you would pay to buy each separately. It also included bonus features, such as, artwork, an interview, an excerpt from Antarktos Rising & a short story. Very glad I got it & loved it!

  • Nicholas May
    2019-05-12 20:46

    I just finished the entire Last Hunter Omnibus, and what an incredible series of books this was! I hope and pray that we get to see more of Solomon Ull Vincent, who is one of Jeremy Robinson's best in a long line of badasses!

  • Eddy Faison
    2019-04-23 00:32

    AmazingI love how he blends science, religious, and mythology, and natural emotions into a mind consuming story that's hard to put down

  • Aricka
    2019-04-20 21:31

    By far best YA seriesI immensely enjoyed reading the Last Hunter. I like the way Jeremy melds biblical archeological and geographical history into an action packed emotional saga.

  • Danny
    2019-05-17 20:40

    Imaginative, fun, classic style adventure tale that I couldn't put down. Still prefer past tense to present tense writing, but this one's a winner either way.

  • Karos
    2019-05-01 21:55

    I started reading this collection late last week and I finished it before the next week had started. An amazing read even if you're not into science fiction.

  • Sherry Bagley
    2019-05-08 22:34

    I have now read this Collection 11 times. I love this series, and I hope Mr. Robinson will take us all back to Anartakos very soon.