This book is far better than Alpha. I almost have up on the series but after reading other reviews I had to listen to it for myself. Great book! The way Larry comes up with this stuff is awesome!
Teacher and family man.
After a story about Earl Harbinger, this book shifts the attention back to Owen Pitt. The monster hunter convention in Las Vegas is a pretty fun idea, which spawns alliances and animosity alike. While told primarily from Owen's POV, Mosh plays a significant role in this story and has chapters to himself.
While again an exciting story from Correia, this is not quite as good as books 1 or 2. However, it is certainly an entertaining read/listen.
Oliver Wyman delivered another strong performance as the narrator. Though it took a few books to become accustomed to his style, particularly the exaggerated slow reading of the final words of a chapter, his ability to provide distinct voices and speech patterns for each character continues to allow listeners to fall into the story, feeling it unfold around them.
great story as always. A little boring at the beginning and throughout the middle. Has some of the longest run on sentences in history. But pack the wall above a punch for the climax and conclusion of the story. It was worth waiting for. Love the narrators voices. Can't wait for the next story.
Yet Again Correia makes monster hunting fun amd hilarious. This series harken back to the golden age of Action Movies with Stallone, Seagal and Schwarzenegger. I can't recommend these books more, the narration is great and his style fits the series PERFECTLY! Best Moment, using a stolen chicken to work some voodoo on the helicopter so everyone doesn't die (you did not read that wrong... and that's why i love these books)
Except for some audio mismatches and glitches in the recording, Larry and Oliver deliver another solid downpayment on the franchise. It'll be interesting to see how many side trips with the STFU team (Heather) we get to make before Z runs out of time...