The second book in the series was pretty much “more of the same” compared to the first one. This, the third one, takes on a slightly different tack. Sure, it’s “more of the same” in that it centers on monsters and guns, well actually it’s not that much guns in this one, but it’s not so much about Monster Hunter International as about Earl Harbinger.
This book centers on Earl Harbinger as he is entering on a side-trek from the normal MHI business. We get to know more about his background story and of course there’s some new, and old, beasties crossing his path.
At first I was a bit hesitant but it worked out quite well and was a nice deviation from the “more of the same”. I didn’t really like that he lost his werewolf powers though. Did he get them back? Well you just have to read the book to learn that, won’t you?
So, in the end this was another very enjoyable read from Larry Correia.