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Publisher's Summary

A brand-new anthology from a diverse lineup of authors, offering taut and dramatic exclusive tales set on Earth and in dark reaches of space, featuring the ultimate hunters known as Predators

This session features fifteen never-before-seen original short stories set in the expanded Predator universe from the first film, featuring the ultimate hunters, the Yautja from the movie Predator. Set in the recent past, the present, and the future, these edge-of-your-seat adventures by many of today’s top SF and horror authors take place on Earth and in the dark, unforgiving reaches of space.

The diverse, multi-ethnic group of authors includes New York Times bestsellers, Stoker Award winners, and acclaimed contributors to the Alien and Predator universes. Included in this volume are: Native American award-winning horror author Stephen Graham Jones; Linda Addison, the first African American to win the Stoker Award; Peter Briggs, screenwriter for Hellboy; New York Times bestselling author and visionary podcaster Scott Sigler (Aliens: Phalanx); award-winning author Ammar Habib (The Heart of Aleppo); New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry; Emmy-nominated writer Joshua Pruett (Mystery Science Theater 3000); Tim Lebbon, author of the Aliens vs. Predators Rage War trilogy; and many more.

©2022 Bryan Thomas Schmidt (P)2022 Blackstone Publishing

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Amazing!!! I Hope for more!!!

loved it from start to Finish! The stories that tell the predator and human point of view are my Favorite and especially the stories just about the predators! Look forward to listening to more!!

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Good

It was another good read, the end story was great. The yautja are my favorite

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shouldn't be allowed to narrate. Linda D Addison is the WORST audio book narrator I have ever heard! just frigging unbearable to listen to! You could have paid me to stutter and robot speak my way through it if you were that desperate...Also..maybe use "tougher" more masculine sounding guys to do narration from a Yautja perspective? And lighten up with the PC. Everyone is over it. You'll lose more readers/listeners than you'll gain. This is really awful. It's truly bad. keep the woke bs out of it and use better narrators. So so so soooo bad! What a let down! been waiting months for this? Thanks a lot. 3 stories I had to skip after a while. sexist, cliché, woke nonsense.

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Waste of time

STOP CHARACTERIZING THE PREDATOR! Just let it kill people and either go home or die.

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Emotional Killing Machine?

Started off great. Went downhill from there. I don't want my Predators overly emotional. I just want them to hunt.

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Originality at its finest

The stories and varying performances is sure to entertain even the most skeptical listener. I had my doubts, but was glad I purchased this gem.

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Awesome anthology

This book was better than I had expected and I expected a lot. The Predators are presented from their own points of view in several stories I found myself wanting to cheer them on despite their hunting humans

Highly recommend

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A disappointing follow-up

EDIT: I have no complaints related to this anthology being "woke." Several of the stories with female predators and female protagonists were pretty good plots, and Machiko from the old AVP novels was a fantastic main character. My complaints are about the mechanics and narration of the stories. I'll list a few in an edit below.

Not completely awful but falls far short of the excellent "If It Bleeds" anthology. There are some decent stories but half it more are quite forgettable and several have some small but glaring errors and questionable writing and editing decisions.

Somehow most just don't have the heart or the sense of realism and immersion (within a fictional universe of alien hunters that is). the only one I'll give full marks for having the vibe down is The Ttans. several others are good but they just don't make me feel it. honorable mention to The Fix Is In as a sequel. It feels believable, just not very interesting in terms of content. I hope we get another follow-up story.

Also in a few spots the narration was so drawling that I checked my phone to make sure I wasn't on a reduced speed playback setting.

EDIT: Particularly, apparently Predators can now use one hand to just rip the head and spine off of a still living human without killing them first or cutting it free in any way. Like they're picking berries. Also being heat shielded is not the same as being invisible. Arnold still had to hold still and huddle against things not to be noticed even covered in mud. I'm also not aware of any weapon meeting the description of a sniper rifle that has to be manually cocked. Oh and Yautja are now bulletproof except when they're not. This is a brief sample. A lot of it just feels sloppy, like it was written by people who don't really value the lore of the universe or put effort into things feeling realistic in that context.

I'm going to return this one and go back to listening to "If It Bleeds."

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Keep politics out of the Predator

The majority of short stories were great. however some were so full of feminist and woke propaganda that it took away from any story they were trying to tell. The editor should be ashamed for allowing those into the Predator universe.

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I really like Kim May's story.

Most stories were entertaining. you are a Predator fan you will enjoy this anthology. Have an open mind.

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  • 08-21-22

The stories are too WOKE.

What happened to just writing good stories with no woke themes forced in? If keep the stories original and fresh with no forced politics or race baiting everyone can have a great reading experience. But it looks like writers these days don't care about writing good stories, but instead want to push THE MESSAGE.

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  • 08-14-22

Should have been called the fem-tales

ALOT of these are female centric, some storys don't go anywhere, that said if you enjoy predator it's good fodder for the brain.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-26-22

Not the best follow up.

If it bleeds was full of great stories ranging throughout history these just felt a little lackluster compared. there not terrible, i just found these easily skipable waiting for that better story thay didnt really come. i will try again to make sure but i do see where the wole comments ate comming from. nothing wrong with female leads at all but treat the reader with some intelligence and just have these characters as fleshed out good characters and not obvious plot vehicles trying to please the general masses.


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  • 08-22-22

More passionless monotonous female narration.

Had high hopes for eyes of the demon considering considering If it bleeds was a near masterpiece. I was sorely let down. The female narrators are bad, very bad. This woke business needs to stop.

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  • 08-29-22

A refreshing change

I was sceptical initially, of some of the stories, but overall it was a refreshing change from the norm.

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