Sinners (Monster Hunter Memoirs, #2)by Larry Correia, John Ringo Published 06 Dec 2016
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A NEW NOVEL IN THE MONSTER HUNTER MEMOIRS SERIES. TWO AUTHORS, WHO COMBINED HAVE OVER FOUR MILLION BOOKS IN PRINT AND 10 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERS, TEAM UP TO EXPAND LARRY CORREIA'S MONSTER HUNTER UNIVERSE!
NIGHTMARE IN THE BIG EASY
With New Orleans out of control, Chad Oliver Gardenier, one of Monster Hunter International’s premier hunters, has been dispatched from Seattle to reinforce the beleaguered members of MHI'S Hoodoo Squad in their fight against the darkness.
Chad had once taken a werewolf while wearing only jogging gear. With half a dozen or more loup garou appearing every full moon, mysterious shadow demons, houdoun necromancers, fifty-foot bipedal crocodiles showing up every couple of months and more vampires than a Goth concert, New Orleans in the '80s gives a whole new perspective to the term “Hell on Earth.” In fact, more monsters are popping up than crawfish at a fais do do! Chad may be able to collect enormous bounties for the monsters he kills. But there’s one catch: he has to stay alive to do it!
About Black Tide Rising series entry Under a Graveyard Sky by John Ringo:
“. . . the thinking reader’s zombie novel . . . Ringo fleshes out his theme with convincing details . . . the proceedings become oddly plausible.”—Publishers Weekly
“If you think the zombie apocalypse will never happen, if you’ve never been afraid of zombies, you may change your mind after reading Under a Graveyard Sky . . . Events build slowly in the book at the outset, but you can’t stop reading because it’s like watching a train wreck in slow motion: inexorable and horrible. And the zombie apocalypse in these pages is so fascinating that you can’t stop flipping pages to see what happens next.”—Bookhound
About John Ringo:
“[Ringo’s work is] peopled with three-dimensional characters and spiced with personal drama as well as tactical finesse.”—Library Journal
“. . . Explosive . . . fans . . . will appreciate Ringo’s lively narrative and flavorful characters.”—Publishers Weekly
“. . . practically impossible not to read in one sitting . . . exceedingly impressive . . . executed with skill, verve, and wit.”—Booklist
About Larry Correia and the Monster Hunter International series:
“[E]verything I like in fantasy: intense action scenes, evil in horrifying array, good struggling against the darkness, and most of all people—gorgeously flawed human beings faced with horrible moral choices that force them to question and change and grow.”—Jim Butcher
“[A] no-holds-barred all-out page turner that is part science fiction, part horror, and an absolute blast to read.”—Bookreporter.com
“If you love monsters and action, you’ll love this book. If you love guns, you’ll love this book. If you love fantasy, and especially horror fantasy, you’ll love this book.”—Knotclan.com
“A gun person who likes science fiction—or, heck, anyone who likes science fiction—will enjoy [these books] . . . The plotting is excellent, and Correia makes you care about the characters . . . I read both books without putting them down except for work . . . so whaddaya waitin’ for? Go and buy some . . . for yourself and for stocking stuffers.”—Massad Ayoob
“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.”—Publishers Weekly on Monster Hunter Vendetta
The Monster Hunter Memoirs series by Larry Correia and John Ringo:
Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge
Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinners
The Monster Hunter series by Larry Correia:
Monster Hunter International
Monster Hunter Vendetta
Monster Hunter Alpha
Monster Hunter Legion
Monster Hunter Nemesis
"Sinners (Monster Hunter Memoirs, #2)" Reviews
I liked this one better than the first in the trilogy, "Grunge". I still don't like the main protagonist much. I just get the feeling I'm hearing John Ringo's voice being purposefully -- and needlessly, IMO -- provocative rather than just telling the story. But others may feel differently.
This set of memoirs found our hero in New Orleans where supernatural events are a way of life. Things are handled very differently in this town from what we've seen in other settings. It makes for some very entertaining scenarios.
While I don't like this trilogy nearly as much as I like (love) the source (Monster Hunter International), it was worth reading, IMO. There's some good stuff with a much younger Milo and some interactions with other beloved MHI characters as well.
If Chad were not such a douchebag, it probably would have been rounded up to 4 stars.
This was a very fast paced action story, but it felt a little choppy at times. Remember the first Monster Hunter Memoirs having more of an over arching story. Hope Iron Hand writes another memoir picking up where this one left off.
Monster Hunter International is a ridiculous sounding title for a series that is consistently amazing. Both the Memoir books have been short, fast, and fun. This one took place in New Orleans, and it had a bit of everything as far as monster go. Zombies, ghouls, shadow monsters, and even unearthly terrors living in the ocean.
I eat every one of these books up like candy (this one I read in an afternoon), and my only complaint is that I really wish Larry would go back to the main story. He left us on a major cliff hanger years and years ago, and instead of following through, he has written three books now that deal with side characters. I suspect he is doing this to introduce us to the four chosen heroes... but enough is enough. I want the main story to continue!
New Orleans goes to hell. Really. Monster hunters may have met their match, a city that really doesn't sleep.
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Fun read but I prefer the main series. Probably the style of John Ringo is not exactly my thing.