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Publisher's Summary

Even monsters need doctors. 

What do you get when you take fanciful creatures and monsters, add harem and cyberpunk elements, and toss in the adrenaline-fueled action and mystery of a movie in the vein of Bright? You get this book. 

In a near future where monsters and humans coexist, Hieronymus "Jer" Bennington isn’t your run-of-the-mill psychiatrist. Despite losing his parents to a monster attack, Jer doesn’t judge people by the clothes they wear or the horns on their head. Instead, he runs a controversial clinic where he offers therapy to beastniks, but when his best friend’s suspicious death implicates him for murder, he hunts for the truth in a sexy-dangerous underworld filled with mythical creatures. As part of his journey into a place where fantasies and the stuff of dreams coexist, Jer teams with his harem of powerful monster women as he fights with his mind, a keen eye, and some really gigantic guns to unravel a conspiracy that cuts deeper than any claws or fangs and threatens already tense relations between monsters and humans. 

What you need to know about the book: 

Does it follow the adventures of a heroic but flawed character? Absolutely.

Does it have scenes of thrilling action set in a unique world you’ve never seen before? You know it. 

Does it contain spicy scenes and monster girls? You bet it does!

Warning: This novel contains over-the-top action, undefined relationships/harem, monsters, succubae, mythic creatures, and a hero who is as tactful as a bull in a china shop. Listen at your own risk. Contains adult content. Seriously.

©2018 Leighton Lawless (P)2018 Leighton Lawless

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An interesting take on social distortions.

this was my first book of the hareem variety and it was an interesting construct. the dichotomy between monsters and humans was analogous to several times in history and geography. In all it was an enjoyable story. I requested a copy of this book from the publisher without cost, and have voluntarily left this review.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Good audiobook

I've only read a few harem books but this one was by far the better executed one because the harem elements aren't the main focus of the story. The characters had depth and the story was fairly complex. Also the narration was really good I'd really enjoyed this book.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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GOOD READ!

I enjoyed this book! The narration was superb and gave the story that extra flair, it really kept you entertained. This author did a great job with the character builds and plot. This was my first book by this author but definitely will not be my last. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Intriguing

Monster M.D. is fascinating. The first thing that must be said is that this is not the typical harem fantasy. While it does contain a harem, it is not the focus and is used more as a part of the setting. Rather, the story is complex and deals with much bigger social issues while remaining a entertaining read.

Highlights:

Narration- Graves’ narration is excellent. I believe it to be his best work to date, as he really make the story come alive.

The Plot- The story was far more complex and directed than most other books that I have read in this genre.

Characters- The Characters were extremely intriguing to me, particularly from a psychological perspective, as every individual seemed to have several layers of motivations behind all their actions.

The World Building- This is without a doubt my favorite component of this book; the monster human dynamic, the monster subcultures, all combined to form an imaginative dystopian setting.

While I do recommend the book, it also should be said that this book has its fair share of flaws. However, I find myself overlooking them, as a major theme of the book is that people are beautifully flawed. So this book is not purely entertainment as I anticipated, rather, I find the world and characters to be fascinating and as such I would defiantly be interested in more books set in this world.
I received this title for free, in exchange for an unbiased review.

Morality rating- Monster M.D. contains harem relationships, explicit sexuality, language, violence, and drugs.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Monster harems and plenty of action

So it’s happened, monsters have been outed and are real. How does humanity act? Makes them 2nd class citizens. Welcome back to class systems. Humans only this humans only
that. Monster areas that are cordoned off like reservations and require permission to pass in or out of. What happens if someone discovers something that would upset the current system? What lengths would the corporate world go to shut down that discovery or control it themselves? To what lengths would the monster community go to expose it? Listen and find out. Great story (not for little ears). I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Interesting Fantasy with a Sci-Fi Mix

I found the exploration of how humanity would react to the discovery of mythical creatures being real interesting although on the dark side of humanities possible reactions. Part of that dark side was a bit of a exploration of a social/corporate dystopia. The plot turned out to be more complex than I was expecting from what appeared to be harem book which was actually a fairly down played element. That being said it did have a bit of a uphill feel at around the 5 to 6 hour mark but I feel you stick with it the plot recovers from this feeling. Overall, I would listen to a second book by this author as it turned out to be a deeper book than I expected filled with genuinely clever characters.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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gave up on it

Not what I was expecting or looking for. I listened for 5+ hours. Id rather listen to something more upbeat and faster moving. After a particularly awful/ridiculous plot twist i couldnt go on.

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so much potential

The book had a lot of potential but ended up being dark and depressing. It kept going further down the path of darkness and strife. The one positive I will give the book is the author's different spin on "monster girls".

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Monster-girl haram fantasy adventure

I have read and enjoyed several sci-fi or fantasy girl harem books. I think it's a relatively new genre. Kinda like the male version of a dirty romance novel. There aren't very many books out there yet that fall into this category much less audiobooks. Books with monster-girls are even more rare. I find that odd considering the large amount of manga, fan art, and video games available with monster-girls in them. Personally I wouldn't consider this book dirty enough to be considered "erotica", despite the adult content and monster girl harem. I would describe this book as urban-fantasy with lots of action. The intro was a little rushed for my taste. You have to digest a lot all at once, but for fans of fast paced action stories, I guess it helps in order to jump right into the action. I enjoyed the story and i liked the characters. The seduction lines in this book is really cheesy, but if you're going to have a fantasy world full of sexy beasts, they might as well be super easy.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Mostly good!

Overall an enjoying story, but it felt like it jumped around a bit to much. The idea that all people could be monsters and that monsters and humans all have the exact same DNA, was novel! The idea that a corporation that runs the country, in this day and age was scarier than any of the monsters. Humans being the real villains isnt new but it was a refreshing idea in how it was developed. Overall it was what it was and I hope the sequel wont jump around so much.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • ScottishJay
  • 01-06-19

Great!

Really enjoyed listening to this book. Premise was a bit different to anything I've listened to before, but I did enjoy this. Narrator performance was great

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  • Scott R
  • 12-22-18

Solid new Harem novel

Although new to both the author and the narrator this does well to stand out in a very populous genre of harem style novels.
The premise of a worldwide split of monsters and humans gives some interesting differences and the main character stands out well as a monster loving doctor in a world where loving them can be a crime.
An expected uncaring government and nefarious mega corp who takes advantage of this situation works surprisingly well if a little obvious.
A few of the situations stand out and this helps keep the story moving forward and fresh keeping the listeners interest.
I would carry on following this story as i think the world building and situations would be worthwhile to investigate further.
Narration suits this story quite well and Graves does well with the female voices whilst giving a clear vocal performance.
I requested this audio and have left my thoughts on this for you to peruse.

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  • Lee
  • 12-13-18

Not Bad

This is an OK story, a little confusing at first but settles down after a while.
It is a sort of monster-futuristic-noir mash-up, which is a little strange but ultimately works, if only just.
There is a harem element to this book and if that isn't your thing, then you know to avoid, but that said instances of sex are few and far between and not in depth.

The narration is above average with none of the voices sounding the same, quite easy to work out who is saying what, even before the name being said.

Overall, a good story, if a little long-winded in places with good narration.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.