Bryn Hagan
Just read the latest chapter, and I love it. It's strange, and I can't quite explain it, but out of all the brilliant work here on Inkshares, this is going to be the first book I buy. I'm simply stunned at how I've missed this sort of adventure, and so happy to discover I haven't grown too old for this sort of stuff.
Christopher Seaman
I never have any Luck either.  I'm curious to find out what other scents Cullen will have to root out.  I tried to learn Troll once but it was too hard on my throat.  Let's hope they don't slaughter every useless human they find.
Bryn Hagan
I thought I'd grown too old for swords and trolls, but this is bloody brilliant, and it's a pleasant surprise to rediscover a passion for this genre. Gripping from the start, the author has a real knack for building suspense and intrigue.
Peter Ryan
Humans, trolls, chases, sword fights, death, injuries, slaves, putrid wine all served on a bed of intrigue. This is a tremendous first chapter and I can't wait to read more. Great stuff.
Stephen Carignan
Engaging from the start, Troll Hunter draws the reader in with a unique premise and three dimensional characters. Visel gives exposition, story, and character development in every paragraph which creates a great pace for the story. Action sequences are given the right amount of detail and throughout the mystery of the story keeps the reader going.
Please check out my high fantasy Troll Hunter. What's worse than trolls? An ancient demon.
Bryn Hagan
I thought I'd grown to old for swords and sandals, but this is bloody brilliant. It gripped me from the first friggin line. I don't want this to end. I seriously thought I'd grown out of trolls and the sort, but have been pleasantly proven wrong.
Billy O’Keefe
A bitter troll hunter forced to help his former prey. I love the prospect of something different in this genre. Excerpt is great too.
Derek McGrath
Intriguing read. Can't wait to see where it leads.
C. L. Feindel
I felt like I grew out of swords, magic, and big green monsters a while ago, but the simple, charming Troll Hunter Gabril Cullen reminds me what was so fun about the genre as a kid.