Primal Dawn

Primal Dawn Tev is a hunter one of the best in his clan Trained since birth in the art of tracking and killing Tev has never met a challenge he couldn t overcome But when a mysterious fireball falls from the sk

  • Title: Primal Dawn
  • Author: Ryan Kirk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tev is a hunter, one of the best in his clan Trained since birth in the art of tracking and killing, Tev has never met a challenge he couldn t overcome But when a mysterious fireball falls from the sky, Tev will question everything he has ever known For the first time in his life, he isn t the one doing the hunting He is the prey Primal Dawn is the first short novel ofTev is a hunter, one of the best in his clan Trained since birth in the art of tracking and killing, Tev has never met a challenge he couldn t overcome But when a mysterious fireball falls from the sky, Tev will question everything he has ever known For the first time in his life, he isn t the one doing the hunting He is the prey Primal Dawn is the first short novel of the Primal Series, spanning centuries of conflict following first contact Each novel tells a complete story in the ongoing saga of two cultures learning to explore the vastness of space together.

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    1. Primal Dawn was an excellent experience for me. Actually this was my first proper Sci-Fi read. I have read some Sci-Fi stuff in Artemis Fowl series. But that series has some fantasy stuff also. This book is a proper Sci-Fi. And I enjoyed it more than any genre I have ever read. Maybe this is because of my love of science. I really do love science. Especially astronomy. OVERVIEW There is an organisation called Fleet which is in the search of life outside the Earth. This organisation sends a team [...]

    2. Primal Dawn (Primal #1) by Ryan Kirk (Author) and Andrew Tell (Narrator) was one heck of a book! I absolutely enjoyed the heck out of it! A group of scientist space explorers are sent to a planet that may have life. Oh, it has life alright, human life! Primitive but human and they don't know what to make of these beings. So they attack with their bows and arrows. Nothing can hurt the super armor of the suits they wear but astronauts, who has some PTSD from battle, goes nuts and shooting it was d [...]

    3. The first thing to catch my attention about this was it's cover. Very intriguing!! Then I saw who was narrating and I definitely had to listen. Andrew Tell is such an amazing narrator. He always delivers and is clear, concise and has a range of tones and cadences that always make the book come alive. Thoroughly enjoyed his performance in this one. When I first started this, I was a little put off with the POVs. It felt disjointed and I wasn't sure what was going on. But the story came together a [...]

    4. Listened to the Audio book. I'd give the book 3.5* Ryan had a great idea, and he pulled it off for the most part, but some sections and some of the character's decisions did not make sense. It was also shorter than I expected. I enjoyed the book, and I will probably give the paperback a readthrough in the future. I am curious as to his other books, I think I should put some on my to-read-list.

    5. Kirk is a great story-teller, but with this book and Nightblade I got the feeling he needs more experience writing and needs to do more proofs and editing. But his ideas are good.Take the premise in this story for example: Man has become space-faring. But on a distant world humans seemed to have evolved independently. They are primitive hunter-gatherers. What is it like for those primitives when a spaceship lands and metal humanoids walk around in their lands?Pros:1. Great idea2. Some nice actio [...]

    6. A primitive in a spaceshipIt's an interesting effort to set the stage and the characters. The story hasn't gone anywhere yet, and I doubt you would miss it when you start to read the second novel if there's any, but as a standalone, it seems like a Cinderella story, where the protagonist found a chance to be more than what he is.

    7. Not as developed as NightbladeIt's probably also my bias towards fantasy, but this was pretty one dimensional. Sci fi readers may enjoy it more.

    8. 3.5 starsGood start to a series. Overall an entertaining, enjoyable, quick and interesting story.What happens when life is discovered on a planet that you thought was devoid of life. When a primitive culture meets the far more advanced space explorers no one could have foreseen what would happen next. Since this is the first book in the series there was a lot to cover to set up this story as well as future installments. It's pretty fast paced. Even though it kept my attention and was entertainin [...]

    9. Third book in my Honest Review Challenge Series. Yep, that's what I'm calling it :)By the very nature of this challenge, this is another book I got for free from author/narrator/publisher in exchange for an honest review.I fully expected my earlier experiences with up and coming authors would scar me for life. Not having any big platform to become known to wider audience, many authors use the way of reviews. And when new books/authors are not properly tagged, you can end up with almost everythin [...]

    10. A pretty well written book with two issues. First the author didn't give explanations for the circumstances he created. An "exploration" team sets down on a planet and for some reason this group includes a single military person with his battle armor and a second armor set to be shared by the rest of the crew. Why would military armor even be present on the ship at all? I can think of some possible explanations given the story but that's just me guessing at what is in the author's mind. Plus thi [...]

    11. ( Format : Audiobook )""No visuals, no vitals, no control any more.""Primal Dawn is an unusual, engaging and well written first contact story. A jump ship lands it's crew on a planet "a long way from home" which had indicated some anomalies. A signal from the distant past had been identified as coming from the planet and a probe sent to the surface had never returned. Was there , or had there ever been, life there?The crew's discovery is dramatic and poses at least as many questions as are answe [...]

    12. DifferentNot really a typical fantasy story. For me these short books just don't have enough time to make a great story. To much crammed to fast. It was an interesting read. I expect more from this terrific author!

    13. *At my request, this audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.From the beginning I enjoyed the suspense added by Andrew's voice to Ryan's words. The action of what the character was doing was something common, but between the two (Ryan's writing and Andrew's vocal) the tension is added, bringing the hunt to life. Andrew gives each character their own voice in tone and feel. Andrew has brought the story to life without me even know [...]

    14. Note: I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.Would you consider the audio edition of Primal Dawn to be better than the print version?I didn't read the print versionWhat other book might you compare Primal Dawn to and why?Hmm I can't think of another book that compares to this. It was unique.Have you listened to any of Andrew Tell’s other performances before? How does this one compare?Yes - shortly before this one, I listened to Tell in [...]

    15. Sci-Fi ActionThe characters were decent and the pace was pretty fastOverall, an entertaining science fiction novel.Andrew Tell did well with the narration.Note:"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

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