Dirty Harry meets Twilight. Number 3 in the break-out series and a follow-up to Monster Hunter International and Monster Hunter Vendetta.
Earl Harbinger may be the leader of Monster Hunter International, but he's also got a secret. Nearly a century ago, Earl was cursed to be a werewolf. When Earl receives word that one of his oldest foes, a legendarily vicious werewolf that worked for the KGB, has mysteriously appeared in the remote woods of Michigan, he decides to take care of some unfinished business. But another force is working to bring about the creation of a whole new species of werewolf. When darkness falls, the final hunt begins, and the only thing standing in their way is a handful of locals, a lot of firepower, and Earl Harbinger's stubborn refusal to roll over and play dead.
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©2011 Larry Correia (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
Hell yeah I would. This is my favorite series for this genre, so much to like
The monsters in this book are pretty cool
All of it, he really brought things to life for me
the redemption of one of the characters
Some reviews are full of words. I've listened to the book three times now and it's still entertaining.
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If you like supernatural and Merc stories you will love this. Action-packed and riveting the characters earned sympathy or revile as the author intended . Thank you Mr. Correia well done. and Oliver Wyman is one of the best voice actors out there.
"There's no limit to the amount of good you can do as long as you don't care who gets the credit"~Dad
This one was a bit predictable. But I will continue with the series. The series as a whole has a good storyline and fun characters.
Folks, for audiobooks it's not just about the writer, it's also about the narrator...
Let me start off by saying I am a big fan of the Monster Hunter Series and an even bigger fan of Oliver Wyman (yeah, the narrator.) For this third installment, the write takes us off the beaten path he has taken us in the first two books and explores the life and time of one of the more interesting characters from the first two books. The interweaving of history and current day events is woven well, and the story itself has a meaning an purpose I'm sure Mr. Correia will bring to light in subsequent books.
And of course, Oliver Wyman continues to show why he's the best in the biz (IMHO.) His range of voices, both male and female, continue to astound me. He's got great material to work with in this series and I can't wait to hear the next one.
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