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Aliens vs. Predator: Hunter's Planet

Aliens vs Predator Hunter s Planet The best time of Machiko Naguchi s life came in the wake of the Ryushi colony massacre It was then that she abandoned her human heritage and ran with the Predators as a dedicated Hunter But it was onl

  • Title: Aliens vs. Predator: Hunter's Planet
  • Author: David Bischoff Randy Stradley
  • ISBN: 9780553565560
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • The best time of Machiko Naguchi s life came in the wake of the Ryushi colony massacre It was then that she abandoned her human heritage and ran with the Predators as a dedicated Hunter But it was only two years before she returned to live with humanity and work for the Chigusa Corporation.Liver Evanston is an ambitious developer who has built the ultimate hunter s pThe best time of Machiko Naguchi s life came in the wake of the Ryushi colony massacre It was then that she abandoned her human heritage and ran with the Predators as a dedicated Hunter But it was only two years before she returned to live with humanity and work for the Chigusa Corporation.Liver Evanston is an ambitious developer who has built the ultimate hunter s paradise a world just beyond the reach of human regulations, populated by ferocious genetically engineered animals But Evanston didn t plan on being patronized by the galaxy s most ruthless Predators or the Aliens they brought along as prey As his human customers fall victim to the unscheduled hunt, Evanston realizes that the Predators must be curbed, and there s only one woman for the job But there s even to this world than meets the eye, and Machiko Naguchi may only have one way out to take complete control of the deadliest planet in known space

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    1 thought on “Aliens vs. Predator: Hunter's Planet

    1. I don't know how this got screwed up. You got aliens. You got predators. The cover to the first book was amazing, and the story matched.This book was a huge struggle to get through. And I don't know how that was possible. 8th grade me loved the first book, loved aliens and predators. Great stuff. This book though had nothing of interest. The cover is a lie, we see nothing of Machiko's time with the predators. The cover strongly suggests that we would. Instead we see a bunch ofi am not sure whata [...]

    2. After publishing five novels based on Dark Horse graphic novels of ALIENS and PREDATOR stories (and later going on to publish nine more), Bantam Books tried a strange experiment. They created an original sequel to Aliens vs. Predator: Prey based solely on "the graphic story by Randy Stradley," which consisted at the time of 14 two-page installments of a strip then-titled "Aliens vs. Predator II" from Dark Horse Insider. That short story is incorporated into the novel as a flashback consisting Ch [...]

    3. While this book did delve into a broad expansion on Predator culture, the story itself didn't quite stand up to the quality of first book, Prey. The Hunter's Planet was unfortunately a rehashed, overdone concept of a sort of safari playground for the rich set in space. To me, the attempts at expanding on Machiko's character actually made her less interesting than I'd found her in the first book. Although, a saving grace was the clever comedic relief of her android cohort, who ultimately made it [...]

    4. Mariko Noguchi's story continues in Hunter's Planet. After spending some time amongst the Predators (Yautja), she returns to a human colony. Soon, she is tapped by a billionaire who is creating a hunters' planet where the prey are bioengineered and lethal. However, like similar stories (from Island of Dr. Moreau to Jurassic Park), messing with the natural order of things to create monsters often backfires. And it does backfire here as well. Noguchi is the only one able to handle the crisis, but [...]

    5. This book is a graet Science Fiction book. THis is the second novel in a series that features an ongoing war between two races. Some how humans are always stuck in between and simestimes serve as tools, like in this book. In this novel a young female human is to become a "Hunter" amoungst an alien tribe. She conatantly struggles with losing her humanity though, and this gets the reader to relate to their own ethics and morales.The author,Bischoff, spends his time writing sciencefiction novels ba [...]

    6. The authors need to check with one another more closely. This was supposed to be the SECOND book in the trilogy as far as I could tell from . But the "third" book quoted scenes from it and not the other way around. What is worse the bad guy "Shorty" gets killed as part of the main plot in books two AND three. What the frell??? Impossible! He does not get resurrected so how can the authors just DO this. Did they just ignore the other book entirely???Of the two "Shorty's" demise is better and more [...]

    7. Heh, heh - this is what happens when a book store (Border's) has a going out of business sale. I end up buying and reading books I generally would not. I admit to enjoying the AVP movies ( hey, I also like A&E's pride & prejudice so please cut me some slack) and picked this book up to see how written stories would translate. It's a quick and easy read with alot of development in the story. The denouement gets less pages - I guess in that sense it doesn't go overboard. The story (publishe [...]

    8. A great book for what it is: a quick read set in a monster/horror franchise. I absolutely loved the interaction between Predator and human. About the only thing that bothered me was the lack of real threat presented by the Aliens. They're there, and they're deadly, but they aren't really the threat to humanity that they are normally portrayed as.

    9. I read this in junior high or high school and enjoyed it at the time. I can't say I have any desire to revisit it, but its just another example of how the AVP movies could have been so much better had the filmmakers turned to existing works instead of storming off in their own, horrible direction.

    10. Machiko Naguchi, the human heroine of the previous Aliens vs. Predator: Prey book returns. This time she must wage battle on a hunters' game reserve planet that has been overrun by predators. There is plenty of action here and some dark humor.

    11. At first, I enjoyed this book. Though later on after reading the third, I altered my praise."Hunters Planet" was very far-fetched and I didn't think it fit well with the AVP universe. A decent story, but hell I love all things predators and so I like the book.

    12. Sequel to the first book, not quite as good would have preferred if the has stayed with the first author I liked his writing style. The book has more interaction with the main character and the predators.

    13. Read it back in middle school. Enjoyed it then, along with several other Aliens, Predator, and Aliens vs. Predator books, but I probably wouldn't read it again.

    14. I liked this book, but not as much as the one before it (Prey).For my full review, visit my blog:ozmosisbookmarked/

    15. This was a good sequel to the first. I was left a little wanting of action and felt like the ending was tied up too pretty.

    16. Total crap I read in middle school.How could a species as disorganized as the predators ever get into space in the first place?

    17. Good to have this trio of books finished and done with.Bischoff is a good writer and, like Perry on the other two books, they turn out entertaining steady fiction that is fun to read and accessible.

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