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- Publication Date: September 28, 2016
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Karta Monstra: Hunter's Tale (Tales of Gentalia Book 6) [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
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I don't know what to say that I haven't already said about this crazy, hilarious, zany, bizarre series, but I guess I'll start by saying I love the faux-Russian names for the monsters (well, they're real, they're just ridiculous), and even as a non-gamer I can appreciate how the author pokes fun at complicated and nonsensical gaming rules, not to mention his own other stories. If you've read and enjoyed the previous Gentalia books, you're probably going to like this one, and if you haven't tried any of them before, this is as good an introduction as any, even though it's not the first. But be warned: despite all the bright colors and sly jokes, the sex is very, very kinky. Like "How did he come up with that?" insane, not to mention, since this is a game, anatomically impossible. But somehow it all works out to be in good fun instead of disturbing, and this novelette can provide you with a short and refreshing laugh break from the real world. Read it over your lunch break. Or maybe not. Maybe only in a dark closet or something. In any case, if you want to read something unlike anything you've read before, read it.
As with all of the books in the Gentalia series, this is erotica, make no mistake about that. Sex happens. Weird creatures happen. But jokes also happen and this one is no exception. The confusion about these games is what leads Hunter to discover a super secret game area that once again puts that Tornado Tech headset through the paces.
Wonderfully wacky and a surprising amount of sweet, I would definitely recommend this book to fans of the series and anyone who doesn't get the appeal of complex card based fighting games.
I skipped a few of the short stories in the middle, so I'm going to have to go back and read them. Reading this one right after Vambrace, I can see a big jump in the author's skill. Looking forward to the others!