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What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas: Files of the BSI, Book 2 | [Mark Everett Stone]

What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas: Files of the BSI, Book 2

After faking his own death, Kal Hakala is free of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation and can finally focus his energy on destroying the monster that murdered his sister. With the help of trusted former teammates, he embarks on a quest to find an artifact to activate a magical Tesla Coil, the only device powerful enough to kill a legend. But wherever Kal goes, trouble isn't far behind. It's not easy to locate an artifact without alerting the BSI.
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After faking his own death, Kal Hakala is free of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation and can finally focus his energy on destroying the monster that murdered his sister. With the help of trusted former teammates, he embarks on a quest to find an artifact to activate a magical Tesla Coil, the only device powerful enough to kill a legend. But wherever Kal goes, trouble isn't far behind. It's not easy to locate an artifact without alerting the BSI. Kal narrows his search to Las Vegas, where he and his friends encounter the greatest peril ever to threaten our world - a threat found only in Sin City but rooted in World War II Germany, site of the past's most heinous crimes.

Can Kal overcome an enemy so diabolical, so evil, that annihilating millions is merely one phase of its master plan? The task seems impossible, but for Kal Hakala, the best agent in the BSI's history, the impossible only requires patience and careful planning. Patience is not Kal's strong suit.

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    David Sausalito, CA, United States 08-27-13
    David Sausalito, CA, United States 08-27-13 Member Since 2012
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    "Not as good as first but worth a listen."
    Where does What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    I'd say it ranks somewhere in the,"middle of the road". It wasn't great, but it wasn't bad either. It was good!


    What other book might you compare What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas to and why?

    As I've said in my review of book 1 of,"files from the BSI" I would classify this series as a poor man's, "Monster Hunter International". That is not meant to be an insult to this series, I like this series and I plan on hearing book 3 as soon as it's released, it's just I just feel "Monster Hunter International" is in a whole-nother league.


    Have you listened to any of Damon Abdallah’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    No I have not but I feel he's competent enough. I have no complaints with his performance.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    No, this book did not make me laugh or cry and I'll tell ya what, if any book I read ever makes me cry, I will walk a mile up my street and jump off the Golden Gate Bridge! No offense to any guys out there that did cry....ya. Anyway, as far as this book making me laugh, I might have snickered once or twice but I don't think I laughed out loud or anything.


    Any additional comments?

    As I wrote in my headline I do feel this book is worth a credit(or cash) and I will definitely listen to book 3, "I Left My Haunt In San Francisco" when it comes out, if it comes out? I want to see how the series ends.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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