I loved this book, the series just keeps getting better and better. I'm going to get the rest of the books in this series. I highly recommend Monster Hunter.
This series has been going on for a while and it should probably get worst as it goes but it only gets better. Larry Correia always seems to go a little bit further in each novel to bring out something that you would never expect. And he does not disappoint in this tale. Great narration and a story that keeps you interested till the very end.
This one was especially funny and serious at the same time. The monster hunters from around the world have a conference in Vegas at the Dragon Casino and you wont believe who owns it.
In case any of you were wondering if you could skip book three and go straight to this one: the answer is yes. I still haven't read book three, but the flow from book two to this one was just fine. Although there were references to "copper lake" numerous times, it didn't feel like that particular side-story was necessary to understand what was happening here. Monster Hunter: Legion continues with the characters we know and love from before, told from the same point of view, read by the same guy - in short, if you've enjoyed the previous books, you'll like this one too!
Too many disparate monsters for my liking. I really enjoyed Grimnoir Chronicles and read this because it is the same author. But there are too many monsters in this for me. Perhaps it's because I started with book 4 in the series?
Too many monsters that were fought in the same old way.
The performance was decent, although there was a cadence that started to annoy me.
Monsters. Less monsters so there is more tension when they show up.
When you can't imagine the situation getting any worse the author could and that made me happy.
Earl - only because I think his accent sound like mine. haha
Anything with Franks in it. He always seems like he is on the edge of actually being a friend to Pit or blowing his head off.
Well I think that is an awfully personal question. I laughed a lot. Did I cry - well that is none of your business ;)
Bi-Vocational Pastor/Draftsman. Full time husband and dad. Audiobooks are a staple in my life because I can read and work...
Got this on one of the BOGO sales. After a few sorry reads, this was somewhat refreshing, but it might not have been so if I had came to it after a good book. I had already read the first two books in the series and the first one is by far the best one so far! This addition offered a few new characters that were enjoyable, but for the most part, there wasn't much reference to the prophecies introduced in the first book. That is what makes the story click. This was a basic human bad guy setup. That was a let down. Throughout the book, there are rehatching of previous monsters, which was old and boring. I probably wouldn't recommend this one. If you haven't read the first one, it is worth a credit, but I would pass on this one if I were you. The narration is pretty good and I could listen comfortably at 2X speed. Hope this helps. Later.
Enjoy the adventure
The monster featured in this book is based on the creature that waits for you under your bed. But this version was enhanced by government scientists to be a weapon of mass destruction. Of course the monster has escaped and is terrorizing the guests at a large Las Vegas casino. Fortunately, there is a monster hunter convention at the hotel and the attendees get a little unplanned sport. Hotel rooms are trashed, things are shot and large explosives are detonated indoors.
This book is intended for fun and delivers action, humor and some tense moments. I have listened to book 2 and now book 4 of the series. Both were great selections from Audible.
The plot twist that were all through the book!
To the first book in the MHI series. I can't wait for the next one to come out!
When the Hotel they were at disapered into that other dimension.
Monsters are real!
I highly recommend the series, it is unique. Definitely well thought out
I'm a fan of fantasy both epic and contemporary, I cant get enough of it!
The Nochmar. He is an epic Villain.
When Edward kills the Alp with a throwing knife.
Everything. He gives a great performance.
When Owen leaves Jason Lococo to the demons.