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Grits, Guns & Glory
- Bubba the Monster Hunter, Season 2
- By: John G. Hartness
- Narrated by: John Solo
- Length: 12 hrs and 56 mins
Bubba's back, and he's dealing with his brother, Jason, once and for all! This is the collected edition of Bubba the Monster Hunter Season 2, collecting everything since Scattered, Smothered & Chunked. Also included: a special preview of Raising Hell, a new novella from John G. Hartness and White Lightnin', a Beauregard the Monster Hunter short story!
- By Mindy on 03-29-16
I enjoyed this as much as the first. A great collection of stories. I loved that Skeeter got his own story! I particularly enjoyed Howl. A few people have complained about the new narrator, but I think he did a fine job. Honestly, I thought he sounded more like the Bubba I imagined when I read the shorts. It is certainly a different take on the character than the last book, but after a few minutes I fell right in step with him, and he had me laughing out loud more than once.
Great job, Mr. Hartness! Keep up the good work!
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Dead: Snapshot: Portland, Oregon
- Dead: Snapshot, Book 1
- By: TW Brown
- Narrated by: TW Brown
- Length: 9 hrs and 5 mins
Meet Ken Simpson, a retired police officer; Rose Tinnes, a newly divorced woman trying to get her life back in order; and Jason Edwards, a man recently paroled and looking forward to his freedom. These three people form the nucleus of an unlikely group who will struggle to survive as their city falls to the undead.
Crazy Portland, Oregon!!
- By ATX-LH on 09-13-16
A fine addition to the Dead series
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The flavor of this book tastes like the Dead series, and I can't get enough...
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Let me start by saying that I have read and listened to the entire Dead series. I'm also a huge fan of the author. On top of that, I consider him my friend. All of that being said, I won't pull any punches or beat around the bush. I LOVED IT. Being an author and a narrator is a hard gig. Trust me, I know. Considering that this is his first attempt at this whole audio book thing, this was great! He ain't Jim Dale, but he ain't half bad. The audio quality is consistent, his tonal quality is good, his voices are decent... He did well.The story rocks. TW Browns stories always rock. His inclusion of the dog just made me smile. No spoilers here!!! Listen/read it for yourself. It's dark in all the right places, with a gooey creamy middle (that comment is not based on facts, but I've always wanted to say it).Five stars, sir. And please, can I have another?
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