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Publisher's Summary

The year is 1989.

Callsign: Dark Horse and his Marine Rapid Reaction Force team have been sent to recover a strange artifact near Antarctica’s Soviet-controlled Vostok Station. Confronted by a team of Ruskie Spetsnaz, a battle for control of the strange device, frozen in the ice, breaks out. But before anyone can claim victory, or the prize, an explosion of white light knocks the combatants unconscious and whisks them away to...

2989.

One thousand years later. Dark Horse, along with his teammate, Chuy, and one of the Soviets, Drago, finds himself in a future that is both impressive and horrifying. Humanity has left Earth behind and is rapidly expanding throughout the galaxy under the banner of The Union, a white supremacist government who racially ‘purified’ the human race hundreds of years in the past.

Living on the fringe of this twisted Fourth Reich society, Dark Horse - the only Black man in the Union - commandeers a vessel and scours the galaxy for his missing teammates under the guise of an Exo-Hunter, seeking out exo-planets to satiate the Union’s need for colonization. His search takes him beyond the edge of the known universe and into an interplanetary war, guided by a vast intelligence that’s been waiting for Dark Horse’s arrival - for a thousand years.

New York Times and number-one Audible.com best-selling author Jeremy Robinson takes readers on a journey to a dark and twisted future…and makes them laugh. Exo-Hunter is a lighthearted homage to 1980s science fiction movies that also looks at the dangers of white supremacy and the core values that makes it dangerous and the butt of the joke. In the audiobook edition, he is joined by number-one Audible best-selling narrator, R.C. Bray, giving listeners the most compelling - and most fun - thing to come out of 2020.

©2020 Jeremy Robinson (P)2021 Jeremy Robinson

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Spotty

Story had some logic gaps and missing background for some of the actions taken. Author made the book more of a political statement than a book of fiction meant to be enjoyed. Very disappointed.

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everything thrown in. wonderful sci Fi soup.

RC Bray does it again. Loved this. Real food for thought. An opportunity to extrapolate what the crazies want to do. ..but having fun while thinking about it. Thank Jeremy Robinson.

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excellent story

kept me laughing the entire way. R.C. Bray is amazing, as always. definitely recommend the everyone.

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Interesting story.

I liked the story. Much different from the standard sci-fi stories. Hope there is a sequel.

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Surprisingly good!

At first I wasn’t sure which way this book was going, but it started to get really good right to the ends. I’m hoping for a sequel. Once again RC Bray doesn’t disappoint! I

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Great but pacing can development a little off

Good book, great narration (as per usual with RC bray, fitting for the characters) and good concept, absolutely worth a listen. Only gripe is The character development and pacing of the story do feel a little off, like the author tried to fit to many different sci-fi concepts into a single book combined with trying to make the characters relatable. If you have an itch for sci-fi with RC bray it will definitely scratch it but don't expect it to be the best book you ever listen to and go in with slightly lower expectation. Just kinda ignore it's flaws and have fun with the story.

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Loved it!

I really enjoyed this book. I loved the humour and 80’s references. Jeremy and Bob did one hell of a job. I can’t wait for the next book!!

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Enjoyable!

This book has a fantastic mix of action, comedy and SciFi. I am now the weirdo on the subway that randomly bursts into laughter because of this book.

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  • HBF
  • 2021-03-01

awesome sauce

it was an awesome blend between military, sci Fi, humour and the 80s euphemism. This is definitely movie material. when your get Lord Bray and Jeremy Robinson together, it's magic.

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trifecta,Great Book, Great Author, Great Narrator

Great book I really got a kick out of all the 80s references. I wasn't going to purchase this book but seen the author and narrator so I took the chance, and it was well worth it, when you get down to the soul of the book it is a problem that is a cancer in our societies. Being Canadian I have a front row seat to many problems of America and that also here in Canada. I like how the awareness of our race problems were intertwined into the story and gave a future scenario most of us hope never comes close to be coming true.
My summary is that's it's a great book that is worth the time and money,or credit to purchase. I can't wait for the next one

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  • Jeffrey and Melissa Potter
  • 2021-02-18

achievement unlocked: "Infinite" level awesomeness

Get this book! just do yourself a favor and pull the trigger now and get it. this is the best story I've listened to in awhile, and I listen to most all of the Robinson/Bray titles. I won't spoil it, I'll just say there's never a dull moment, the characters are full of life, the continuity of the story flows seamlessly without flaw all the way to the end. did I say get this book? get it!

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  • Trevor
  • 2021-02-18

Another great series from a master storyteller!

I initially bought this because of the awesome author/narrator combo, as well as the length you get for 1 credit. This did not disappoint! RC Bray was phenomenal per usual, and the story was a great new addition to my library.

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  • Hannah
  • 2021-07-13

Pile of woke, race baiting nonsense.

Tried this out due to RC Bray being effing awesome. Made it 3 hrs in and I'm going to return it. It's all about cramming politics from present times down your throat. White Supremes killed off at the "poc's" starting around 2018... yeah sure. Now a thousand years later everyone is a space nazi who just eat and have kids and destroy every life form they come in contact with... yeah no thanks.

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  • Kaydi Jean Grunhovd
  • 2021-07-05

Don’t waste your time.

This book was terrible. I’ll fully admit, I’m one of those that reads the reviews and never leaves a review. Starting with this terrible book, I’m going to start leaving reviews. Maybe others will be saved from wasting their time with this book.

Love R.C. Bray. His performance was great, as always.

This book was lacking in excitement and the story was weak. Character development was non-existent. I felt really duped when I got to the end and even said “are you kidding me” out loud. It felt like environmental propaganda.

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  • Chaser
  • 2021-04-11

racist rant

it seems this book is just one long racist rant about how white people ruined the galaxy. I'm done listening to how evil American white people killed off all non white people on the entire planet.

the book had potential but the racist rants ruined it for me.

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  • Kindle Customer/D.Radloff
  • 2021-02-18

Non stop action

This was my first audiobook, and it did not disappoint I have read a lot of Jeremy Robinson‘s books my favorite being the last hunter series. The narration by R.C.Bray was excellent as well as the story. Exo-Hunter Was fast paced and at times had me laughing. I can’t wait for the sequel!

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  • Nathan
  • 2021-03-16

should have been epic...

question: someone asks you for directions, you tell them how to get to where they are looking for. later you find out they killed everyone there. who is responsible? you or them?
If you think they are innocent and it's all your fault then you might enjoy this book. that is if you also laugh while your best friend is being eaten alive.
there is a good story here but the author tries so very hard to make it cool it gets trampled.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2021-07-10

Awful. only listened a few minutes

one team member says, "do some keigels to keep warm, princess." need I say more? like reading a story written by a high school football team.

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  • Scott Williams
  • 2021-05-07

Virtue Signaling

I liked his other books, Infinite, and it’s sequel. I also liked NPC. This book had the sci-fi appeal, but seemed more like a virtue signaling, left leaning narrative intent on further demonizing white people, with the implication that very few white people are genuinely good people. R.C. Bray did a good job, as usual, but the pandering that seemed to form the theme of the entire story detracted from its entertainment value immensely, not to mention the fact that Robinson apparently doesn’t understand how different shades of humans emerge, which kind of nullifies the entire plan his imagined Fourth Reich pulls off.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-02-17

Fun book

I enjoyed the overall story and of course R.C. Bray is the man! I’d love to see a sequel or more along with more about the characters.

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