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Monster Hunter Vendetta Mass Market Paperback – September 28, 2010
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Problem: a psycho cultist necromancer and his horde of zombies are trying to bring about the end of the world. Solution: a badass boy lets loose with his badass toys. Owen Zastava Pitt, a member in good standing of Monster Hunter International, has pissed off the Overlord of the Old Ones enough to get his name on a supernatural hit list. Owen tries to ferret out links between MHI and the deranged necromancer on his trail while enlisting various dubious allies, protecting his family, and dodging the Feds. This lighthearted, testosterone-soaked sequel to 2009's Monster Hunter International will delight fans of action horror with elaborate weaponry, hand-to-hand combat, disgusting monsters, and an endless stream of blood and body parts.
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A) Gets the descriptions wrong.
B) doesn't describe them or give them enough detail.)
C) doesn't describe them or their effects at all, it's just "He pulled a gun." what kind of gun? a S&W .38 snubby? a .454 casull? a Sig 9mm? what!?!?
It gets agitating, like watching movies from before about 2004. the Army still wears tin pots and OD green and carries A2s and still flies in Huey's. Yeah, no.
So in THIS series, when I started it I was so happy to see that the author paid attention to those details. Yeah, you're hunting monsters, probably don't want to run with a .223 .308 at the least. If it were me I'd kit like Sam, 45-70 and add a .454 revolver. Nothing says "Frak you vampire" quite like a .45-70 hollow point (silver of course). If only buffy had understood that.
Anyhoo, to make a long review short, it's a great monster book, the hero isn't invincible, and it's got rare and awesome firearms. all in all, great books to read.
The series is growing on me. I'm at book 3 and have bought 3 more. Very interesting way of bringing in other races (orcs, elves,trolls, g-nomes)
Worth the effort and it my be your cup of tea.
If you like it check out the Arisem series. More military and "realistic" but not as humorous.