When creatures of the night proved to be real, the best of America's military came together to form an elite band of rapid response teams. Their mission: to keep the civilian populace safe from monsters that would do harm and hide all evidence of their existence. Now they face a threat so overwhelming that they must pull teams from across the globe and work with the very monsters they've hunted in the past to assist them in saving humanity.
As the largest threat ever to rise against mankind prepares its own twisted apocalypse, the only thing standing in its way is the Monster Squads. Man and monster will fight side by side in an epic battle to the death to try to defeat an evil so great, it could only have been created by God himself.
©2014 May December Publishing (P)2015 Heath Stallcup
and so it goes over the hills and far away blows the winds of winter and Springs just a dream over the hills and far away
A great adventure! Another fantastic entry in the monster squad trilogy. It's an adventure that reminds me of what it was like ready a great comic when I was a kid. The story arc has built and this entry pays off. If the idea of a novelization of a greAt comic sounds good to you then you will love this entry. The monster squad continues to build toward a great series .
This book ties up the Sicarii portion of the storyline from books 1-3. The monster squads face the Sicarii's Vampire horad in the California desert on the secret military base The Monster Squad was given for the task. Vastly outnumbered, they must count on terrain, technology and there own supernatural allies to help them defeat this threat to humanity. Several new characters are introduced, and several old characters will be sent to their eternal reward. The actions sequences are huge and well written, as are the romance scenes this book includes! The open plotlines are tied off, while a new plotline opens at the end to continue the series in interesting new directions. I actually Beta read books 7 and 8, and know where the series is going, and I can recommend this series heartily! Jack Voorhies does a great job narrating, bringing the different characters to life. Any fan of Weston Oche's Seal Team 666 and Evan Curry's Seal Team 13 books should enjoy this series.
"Monster Apocalypse Now"
It's complex and well written and exciting. And there are twists and turns around every corner!
There are so many. And I don't want to give any of the plot away.
But the power cut at the old base is one....
Then there's Rachel's appearance... And The Sicarii's attack on the command centre....
The whole book is full of memorable moments.
He's a brilliant narrator. He brings all the characters to life. And there are a LOT of characters!
Yes... though it's actually too long for that. I listened to it in the course of six car journeys.
This is the fourth of the Monster Squad books. You probably need to read or listen to them in order if you want to be able to follow the story. It's great to know that I still have a couple to look forward to. It's tempting to just read them, but they're so great to listen to, I think I'll wait until they're released in audio.
Read nearly all now brilliant to the end very funny in parts good humour throughout you find yourself wrapped up in there lives and the family of the hunters
But you must start with book one
Would recommend it to everyone
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