Book Review: Monster Hunter International

Monster Hunter International is the story of an accountant and 3-gun competitor changing careers and becoming a mercenary hunter of supernatural evil – and who hasn’t had that daydream during a long day in the office? Larry Correia does a great job balancing legit storytelling and detailed realism with tongue-in-cheek humor, creating a book that stylishly cavorts from gunfight to gunfight without reading like typical zombie fiction. It doesn’t hurt that Correia includes some scenes we can all relate to:

It was like a normal group of people having breakfast, but everyone was armed and there was a flamethrower sitting in the corner.

I dunno about you, but I’ve been in rooms like that. Never had to take on a gargoyle with a tire iron, though.

Pick up MHI, or all three books in the series and enjoy!