This installment of the monster hunter series doesn't disappoint, with action, tension, high stakes, cool monsters, a twisty plot, and even some romance thrown in between bursts of automatic gunfire. The international monster hunting scene is explored in this book, character back stories are brought out and examined, and new and exciting ways to die are illustrated. There's loads of suspense and conflict, and the prose smoothly flows keeping you in the story and constantly hooked. Correia won't win awards for poetry, but for fast paced action that grabs you and won't let you go, he's a master.
Gun nuts will love this book too, as he spends time accurately depicting gun use and new gun models and attachments. I loved this series, and this book was a fine example of it.
Probably middle of the road, not quite up there with john rain series, but above the other monster books I've heard
Yes I think I would try another book, I rather enjoyed the first and third books in the series, I also enjoyed hard magic, other than the narrator
Earl, although he didn't play as big a role as I would have liked
I'm waiting to see the next one
This is tough but it makes the top ten for sure. the first two books of the series is defeinetly in there as well.
how you have some of the best monsters killers in the world create such destruction in a hotel. Seriously at one point a couple of characters made a game of how big of an explosion they could make.
i am a person that has a hard time giving a character a voice. and he definetly creates a bunch of the characters especially the monsters where in the book it would be just words followed by he mumbled but in the book he gave the you were able to hear the orc pilot struggle with the words and even sometimes saythem almost bad enough were you think the orc actually did the narrating.
Las Vegas will never be the same.
This is one of the best series i am listening to. i am extremely excited for the next book. i was glad to see the author wasn't going to continue the series with vampires and went way outside the box. Great book Better Series
I like mostly fantasy - Robert Jordan, Charlaine Harris, Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, etc.
If you're reading this review then you'r probably an avid fantasy reader. Either way ALL of the books in the Monster Hunter series are great! This installment follows the hunters to a business conferance in Vegas & that's where the guns, hunters, & monsters come together for an action packed story. The author is into to guns & it shows but the story line is good, humerous, & keeps you interested. Worth the credit & I will certainly buy the next book in the series.
Love sci-fi books, romace books. I love to get lost into a good book.
This book has action and romance. Love the story line.
I was shocked at every corner.
Yes he is one of the best narators!!!
Keep name that is on book.
If you like action, suspence, and wondering what is going to happen next, then listen to this book.
Like im there this book rocks !
this this is soo good that good makes it look bad
This is one of the best supernatural series. The story is interesting, characaters entertaining and the reader is one of the best! I cant wait for the next one.
Just love these books. Correia's snarkiness and humor make all his books a lot of fun, but it truly comes out in his Monster Hunter series. This book, like the previous titles, requires you to stretch your imagination and belief in coincidences, but that does not detract from the enjoyment. This time Owen Pitt, MHI and many other monster hunters get to shoot up Las Vegas. More hints and evidence of a foreboding, horrible event coming down the pike appear and we delve into a few of the major characters' pasts.
Good stuff, Larry, good stuff.
This is a great series. I don't know how Correia manages to write so prolifically or so well, but he does. The narrator is fantastic. I wish them both the best.
this series for me as taken on a newer and more adventurous dynamic focusing on other characters and experiences not surrounding the main character Owen but supporting him and creating layers in plot characterization giving more dept to both the good guys and the enemy, that sometimes shows up in situation within and without the monster hunters group. I think there was a lot more magic involved in this books than the others combine; but not to the degree that you lost the Ex SEAL gunman walking around with doomsday arsenals, the physical rough a tousle of men being men.