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Scattered, Smothered, and Chunked Audiobook

Scattered, Smothered, and Chunked: Bubba the Monster Hunter, Season 1

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Publisher's Summary

Scattered, Smothered, and Chunked collects the entire first season of Bubba the Monster Hunter from his first graveyard-splattering adventure in Voodoo Children to the stunning cliffhanger at the end of Final Countdown! Fans of the rollicking redneck monster hunter will find plenty of value in this massive collection of monsters, strippers, beer, and bullets!

This collection includes 10 Bubba shorts, a Bubba prequel novella, and a bonus Black Knight Chronicles short story!

©2012 John G. Hartness (P)2015 John G. Hartness

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    Dave B 01-06-16
    Dave B 01-06-16
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    "Picked it up by accident..."

    I had multiple tabs opened and added to the cart, intending on another book. Realized my mistake but decided to roll with it. Turned into a happy surprise! I couldn't stop listening! Didn't expect to like the short story aspect, but it played out like a TV show with a full season story arc. Absolutely amazing and fun! Now I'm googling everything John G. Hartness trying to find out when Grits, Guns, & Glory will be out on Audible. (I used the Oxford comma because I'm a civilized human being *cough*Amazon*cough*)

    10 of 10 people found this review helpful
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    Glenn Encino, CA, United States 12-19-15
    Glenn Encino, CA, United States 12-19-15 Member Since 2016
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    "One of my new Favorites!"

    I LOVE THIS BOOK! I think some authors are afraid that the world has become too complex for the simple, but old concept of Good vs Evil. But to me, the best storytelling starts with a Lovable Good Guy and an Evil, Hatable Bad Guy. Bubba the Monster Hunter is a great character with a heart of gold, who cheerfully fights evil monsters. I love that he drinks beer and goes to strip clubs.. in fact my only complaint is that halfway through the book he stops going to strip clubs.

    This book is fun, funny, and will make you cheer at the climax. I recommend to anyone who enjoys the Superhero or Contemporary Fantasy Genres. I'll be first in line to purchase Book 2!

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful
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    Tina 06-17-16
    Tina 06-17-16 Member Since 2012
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    "(sigh) Oh Bubba"
    Any additional comments?

    I'm from Texas and I love Bubbas and rednecks and I anticipated lots of laughs, but Bubba and his number one associate both become very trite. I wish the stereotype had been a part of our hero and not all of our hero. I was smothered and covered in sarcasm and fight scenes. It's unusual for me, but I quit in the middle. I will finish it later and make another review if it changes my mind, but I had to take a break. I just couldn't become invested in Bubba.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    AudioBook Reviewer Madison, WI, United States 07-01-16
    AudioBook Reviewer Madison, WI, United States 07-01-16 Member Since 2011

    All of my reviews are on my blog audiobookreviewer dot com

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    "Bubba is so charismatic"

    This book was a pleasant surprise. I got out of my comfort zone without thinking to much, and it exceeded my expectations.

    Bubba is a red neck monster hunter working for the Roman Catholic Church, along with his techy friend Skeeter and Uncle Father Joe. The book is divided in two parts. The fist part is composed of short stories. I am not usually keen on short stories, but Bubba's story got me hooked due to his personality and southern ways. The short stories could be read separately but they are like episodes of a series. In each one, Bubba fights against a different monster, be like vampires, zombies or even cupides. The second part is the prequel Family Tradition, and we learn about Bubba's past and this leads to the cliffhanger on which the story ends.

    When I started this audiobook I was not sure if I was going to like it. I was misled by the red neck jokes and excessive mention of titty bars, and thought that Bubba was going to leave me indifferent. But there is more to Bubba than what meets the eye, and the short stories and especially Family Tradition deepen into his character, and I will forgive John G. Hartness for the cliffhanger and listen to the second book as soon as I can. I just need to know Bubba better.

    I like fantasy, but I usually do not do vampires or zombies. In this case I did not mind, since Bubba is so charismatic that we mainly focus on how he talks, his attitude and his grit.

    The characters' personalities are well defined, and the dialogs are fluid and realistic. I think one of the more difficult things on a book are dialogs, and Hartnell has created some fresh ones. It was like listening to real conversations.

    Andrew McFerrin does an excellent job portraying Bubba and the rest of characters. The book is written in first person, so it is important how well McFerrin impersonates Bubba, and believe me, he becomes the monster hunter, imitating a realistic southern accent and using the right tone for each moment. Skeeter's voice was also easily recognizable, and I knew who was talking at every moment. I could close my yes and see them all talking with their distinctive voices. McFerrin was ace here.

    I think this book will delight not only monsters and fantasy fans. Even if you think that this book is not for you, give it a try, you will fall in love with Buba's story. I sure did!

    Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

    Please find this complete review and many others at my review blog

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    11 of 13 people found this review helpful
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    Diana 02-24-16
    Diana 02-24-16 Member Since 2013

    Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)

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    "Snarky, okay plot, characters, basically shallow"

    Another snarky main character book, this time with a big Southern good-ol-boy point of view. The trend for barely turned out books with snarky dialogue in place of wit and clever turns of a phrase continues.

    Between bouts of nonfiction books, a funny, laugh-out-loud, book is welcome. Searching for a well-written entertaining book with laughs and some depth is becoming frustrating.

    Great feedback and decent rating numbers got me to buy this book, but it is as two dimensional as a video game. The stereotyping of females is tiresome.

    The character is cleverly designed, but that only goes so far. The Monster Hunter series by Larry CorreiaI was pretty good, so I thought I'd try out this author, but where author Larry Correia was a master at action scenes and descriptions, this book is simple and pretty shallow.

    Meh. Four hours left to listen, but I stopped listening some days ago and have no interest in returning to the stories. There were portions I had missed what was said because I fell asleep or got distracted. It wasn't worth going back to where I had left off.

    6 of 7 people found this review helpful
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    Steve H. Caldwell Tacoma, WA 03-01-17
    Steve H. Caldwell Tacoma, WA 03-01-17 Member Since 2016

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    "An amazingly funny Urban Fantasy!"

    Bubba comes from a long line of monster hunters. At 6' 6 and well over 300 lbs, the former college defensive tackle is damn good at killing monsters that need killing. Weather it be zombies, fairies, werewolves or vampires, Bubba is who the Catholic Church calls when monsters need killing in the Southeastern US. Bubba is a crackup, basically every funny stereotype of a good old boy redneck, although he is smarter than he looks. With his Tech guru Skeeter, the only black gay guy in the county, who can crack any computer system, any time, anywhere, Uncle Father Joe, his Harly riding, shotgun toting, priest church handler (and Skeeters Uncle, Hence the Uncle Father Joe part) and an assortment of monster killing weapons including a .50 Caliber Desert Eagle named Bertha and a cold iron Katana, Bubba has all tools necessary to deal with any monster he comes across. This includes his father, who was a monster hunter turned evil werewolf who is trying to get the supernatural creatures to rise up and cast down the humans. Well, Bubba and DEMON, The federal governments Department of Extradimentional Monsters and Occult Nuicances (Someone wanted that acronym really bad), represented by Agent Amy, who is hell in combat boots, arent going to let that happen. Listen through, have fun, and be prepared to laugh and be shocked at some of the creative story elements and characters. I can't recommend this series highly enough!

    The narration was great, really bringing each character to life, and the pacing was great. I will buy any audiobook narrated by Andrew McFerrin.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Jeremy R. Snyder 09-22-16

    J.R. Snyder

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    "Everything you want it to be and better!"

    Humorous Urban Fantasy works are almost always among my favorites, but SS&C was even more fun than I was expecting. Bubba is a grand, bad-ass, delightful, lovable, lamentable character and I just couldn't get enough (purchased and started Season 2 within two minutes of finishing this volume). The stories are short and well paced with a larger world and story unfolding neatly in the background at a level that keeps you interested without disrupting the flow of individual stories. Additionally, this work is perfectly suitable for an audio experience and the reader does an excellent job.

    I loved the stories, I loved Bubba, and I think I have a little crush on Skeeter. I hope he likes bears. Looking forward to the next volume and more.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Kindle Customer 04-09-16 Member Since 2013
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    "Not worth the electricity used to download "

    Monster hunters Bubba, brother, father, granddaddy all with lead damaged brains, single roped chromosones and likely enhanced intelligence from inbreeding with mutant farm animals. The writer must have dreamed this up between stops pumping outhouses in New York city. Its insulting to anyone of intelligence, good taste in monster stories and most especially anyone from the south. The narrator must have had to cut off blood flow to his brain in order to actually and seriously perform the sterotypical deep south roles that he likely cringed doing. Run, don't walk from this book.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Andrew Johnson 06-13-17 Member Since 2016

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    "How this performance gets such high reviews is beyond me"

    Did I like the book? Story wise, yes. Performance wise, nope. The story was fairly good, but the performer was terrible. Even worse when compared to performers who narrated books like this one.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Jake Thompson 05-31-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Loved it!!! "

    Come get some. Good narration. Good redneck story. Loved the characters and they were easy to relate with quickly.

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  • Christopher Young
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    2/23/17
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    "Childish"

    The story is really designed to be read by young teenagers who are impressed by beer drinking and childish antics.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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