• Die Monster, die ich rief

  • Monster Hunter 1
  • By: Larry Correia
  • Narrated by: Robert Frank
  • Series: Monster Hunter, Book 1
  • Length: 22 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Owen Pitt ist Buchprüfer. Eines Abends erfüllt er sich einen lang gehegten Traum und wirft seinen Boss aus dem Fenster. Allerdings nicht ganz freiwillig, denn dieser hatte sich vor seinen Augen in einen leibhaftigen Werwolf verwandelt und versucht, ihn zu fressen. Als Owen im Krankenhaus erwacht, ist ein Agent bei ihm. Er erklärt ihm, dass es Monster wirklich gibt und seine Organisation sie im Zaum hält, natürlich unter strenger Geheimhaltung. Und er macht Owen ein interessantes Jobangebot...

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  • 01-08-20

Could have been so much better

The general story seems nice and the narrator performs well. So this book would should be really great. But somehow it isn't. It's not the story itself (which really seems to be a great idea), but somehow the way it is written isn't my cup of tea.
I don't know if it was written originally in German (and I'm too lazy to find out), but I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't. Because this is exactly how it feels - great story, well narrated, but somehow you don't fall in love with the book, like it typically happens if it was translated. Like when you read (or listen to a book) and it is "hmmm" and as soon as you read it in it's original version/( language you fall in love, bei Auseinandersetzungen somehow it just didn't feel right because it was translated well, judging by if both version have the same content, but was translated badly judging by what atmosphere, what mood it creates,

While I won't recommend this book to anyone, I will definitely look for other books by the same narrator.