Friday 16 September 2011

Guest Review: The Shadowing: Hunted - Adam Slater

Today I'd like to welcome 12 year old Kain to Feeling Fictional, he recently wrote his first ever guest post for me and now he's back with his very first review!  The Shadowing: Hunted was sent to me for review by Egmont but as I'm a bit of a wuss (the cover is scary!!) and I know Kain is a big horror fan I sent him the book and he has very kindly reviewed it for me.  Thanks so much Kain, I'm glad you enjoyed the book.

Once every century, the barrier between the human world and the demon realm begins to break down. Creatures gather, anxiously waiting to cross the divide, to bring death and destruction from their world to ours. This time is called The Shadowing.

Callum Scott has always known that there is a supernatural world out there—he’s seen ghosts for as long as he can remember. Lately, he’s had visions of children being brutally murdered by a terrifying creature. Then the visions start coming true, and Callum realizes that he’s being hunted, too.

Driven by a dark destiny, he must stand against the demons that threaten our world.

And The Shadowing is almost here. . . .

The Shadowing Series:
The Shadowing: Hunted
The Shadowing: Skinned

Visit Adam Slater's page on Goodreads for more information

Kain's Review:
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, mostly because of the way the author wrote it, but also the genre of horror as this is my favourite type. The Blurb of this book fits perfectly with the events in the book. Its Front cover would surely catch lots of people’s eyes. I must admit even I (who could watch a marathon of horror movies) raised an eyebrow as you could picture the scenes in which they took place! I also like the plot of this book.

If I had to rate it it would have to be 5/5!

This is also one of the very best books I have read.

Thanks for reading! Please feel free to comment and let me know if you liked it, or on any ways I could improve.

Source: Received from Egmont in exchange for an honest review

Other Reviews:
If you have reviewed this book on your blog please leave a link to your review in the comments & I'll add the link here.


  1. Lovely to get the kids involved. That cover would scare me off too.

  2. Great review! I really liked this one as well :) x

  3. @ Viv - I'm too much of a wuss to read this one lol. It was great that Kain offered to review it for me though :o)

    @ Louise - Hi proud Mummy! Do you think Kain will be starting his own blog when he's older? :o)

    @ Carly - I'm glad to hear you enjoyed this one too, you're much braver than I am hehe



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