Thursday, March 27, 2014

Gilbert Reviews Terminal Point (The Hunter Drune Series, Book One)


On John Jason Lee's Website, he has this to say about himself:

John Jason Lee lives in the back end of nowhere in Suffolk, England. He has a number of cats that strive at every turn to hamper his creation of genius by sleeping on his chair, his lap, his keyboard - and a psychotic, bad smelling dog that has inspired an interest in all things strange and undead. When he is not travelling the universe or jumping back and forth through space/time J.J enjoys playing with photography and watching movies. He likes loud cars, fast music and motorcycles that frighten environmental activists. He cuts his own hair, shaves occasionally and never wears aftershave. He believes a man should be a man and should smell like one. Sweat, old leather and engine oil are good for the soul - and for getting elbow room at the bar.


                                                      Hunter Drune

 I've been following this talented writer for some time now on Twitter and Facebook, but I really would love to learn more about John Jason Lee and maybe, with a bit of nudging, he might grant me an interview. John has a novel out called Terminal Point (The Hunter Drune Series, Book One). You can find it on Amazon. You should buy it and I’m going to tell you why. Terminal Point is one of the best written action books that I’ve read in a long time. Hunter Drune is a Federation Officer on the trail of a man who not only stole two vials of deadly spores, but is now hiding out in a dying city filled with crazed survivors. Will Hunter Drune be able to bet hold of the vials before the spores are released?

That, my friend, is for you to find out. The one thing I will tell you is that Hunter Drune gets into your head and your heart and you find yourself  invested in his surviving. Buy the book and become a fan. You can find John Jason Lee at these sites:




Side note: Book Two will be coming out in the near future. I can't wait!!!



  1. Sounds like an interesting book. Good luck with landing an interview!

  2. I agree with Jack, Marie. It does sound like an interesting book. I would like to add: Scary, as in nightmares! Thanks for sharing.