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Larry Correia's Monster Hunter Alpha

MilSciFi.com Reviews Larry Correia's Monster Hunter Alpha

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Larry Correia's Monster Hunter International

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Larry Correia's Monster Hunter Legion

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Larry Correia's Monster Hunter Nemesis

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Author Larry Correia


Larry Correia

 

Title: Monster Hunter Vendetta
Series:
Monster Hunter

Genre:
Science Fiction
Sub-genre: Military

Type: Novel
Page Count: 612
Cover: Art
Artist: Alan Pollack
Illustrations: B/W
Illustrator: Rabbit Boyett

Publisher:
Baen
ISBN: 978-1-4391-3391-0
Other Books In Series:
    Monster Hunter International

    Monster Hunter Legion
    Monster Hunter Alpha
    Monster Hunter Nemesis

    
Monster Hunter Vendetta

Larry Correia's Monster Hunter Vendetta
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MilSciFi.com reviewer: Eric Hardenbrook's Bio

10FEB2011 (Re-post from GoodReads)
Reviewed by Author Eric Hardenbrook

Review Philosophy


Second verse, same as the first? I think this isn't an entirely fair thing to say, but there's some truth in it. If you liked the first one, you'll like the second one. My favorite comment from my wife as she's reading the first one is also very apropos:

"It ain't
Shakespeare, but it sure does have action."

Guns aplenty, we jump right back on board with Z and all the other crazies that make up Monster Hunter International and that's not a bad ride. I can't call it a formula, but it's roughly the same pattern as the last one. I think the abuse of the hunters and the level of action is beyond what humans have the ability to actually do (and survive), but it's not any different from a high flying martial arts film that you'd see on a Saturday afternoon. There's a 
place for that - and I like to visit that place on occasion.

I'm not sure when the next one comes out - and there's just enough strings dangling to make a connections - but when I need something quick and action oriented, I'll probably come back to the series.

Star Total:                   3.5 out of 5 stars
 


 

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