SECTOR C ~ The Hunted #2

Title: The Hunted
Series: SECTOR C Series
Volume: 2
Author: Nina Soden
Genre: Urban Fantasy (Dystopian)

In the future, most of the world is governed by a council of vampires and lycanthropes. Sector residents are offered the freedom to live as they desire provided they stay and abide by the laws handed down.

After being jolted awake by the blaring screech of the sector alarm, Zelina is dragged from her bed, gagged, and tied to a chair. Confronted with the brutal murder of one of her former classmates, she realizes that all eyes are on her as the primary suspect. Whether she was involved or not doesn’t matter.

In the eyes of most sector residents, and most Council Members, Zelina is already a pariah—feared for the powers she will certainly come to possess. For she is the first human known to have both vampire and lycanthrope blood flowing through her veins.

Zelina will find herself on a gripping adventure that will take her beyond the borders she’s known all her life in an attempt to save those she loves—and herself from becoming The Hunted.



“Sector C: The Hunted was a fantastic follow-up novel to its predecessor. Nina is able to weave through a multitude of characters and situations. A must read novel if you are a fan of the supernatural areas of vampires, werewolves and shifters.” ( Review)

“Just lovely, exciting, and an insightful read with unforgettable characters.” ( Review)

What a great continuation!! I want more!! What a great futuristic turn on the occult! ( Review)

“Loved it. The pace of the story kept me wanting more. So ready for the next book! Highly recommend this book and author.” ( Review)

“Things are getting interesting! Clearly the world outside of Sector C is dynamic and full mystery and we are getting closer to understanding the corruption rife within the sectors. Zelina stays the strong heroine, and I find the love story sweet. As with the first novel, this one is staying with me– I want to see how the mysteries resolve, the romance develops, and Zelina grows into her powers.” ( Review)

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