No one said fighting monsters was going to be easy . . .
You can't see them, but they're here: hiding in the pools of shadow outside a Chicago burger joint . . . wreaking havoc in Kansas City . . . feeding in sleazy "blood brothels" that cater to humans who itch to get bitten.
Cole was designing video games when he learned the truth—that foul creatures of the night lust for our blood . . . and our world. Now he's a "Skinner," a member of an ancient secret society of warriors entrusted with keeping the terror at bay. Monsters once chained to the wilderness are suddenly free and descending, razor claws ripping, on the unsuspecting city. No one knows what's coming—but Cole and his seductive partner, Paige, will be the first to dive into the meat grinder.
I enjoyed Book 1. It seemed unique and the action was fast-paced without being intimate. In Book 2 the violence seemed too graphic, up-close and drawn out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by genie533
Having bought books 1&2 in the Skinner's series on a whim, I had average expectations. I won't go into plot specifics, but it's standard monster-hunter fare. Read morePublished on March 19, 2011 by Brian Berthiaume
My review title says it all, and Cole, awsome normal guy dragged into a nightmare, and how she teases him along drove me to role my eyes in pity for him so much, lol.Published on November 4, 2010 by J. Hines
Thank you very much. Seller was amazing and the items were shipped immediately. The item arrived in the condition as stated and my brother enjoyed it.Published on July 25, 2010 by RedtailedVixen