A hunter stopped by for a visit

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10 Responses to A hunter stopped by for a visit

  1. David says:

    I know where this one’s going! 🙂

  2. perspicuity says:

    heh, have a couple 🙂

  3. North says:

    I’d like to see less.


  4. Lanius says:

    MHI was the first book in a long time I dropped midway because the prose was too aggravating…

    Then, it’s a first book, and authors are well-advised not to let copies of their first book lie around. It may become blackmail material later on..

    Apart from that, mildy amusing escapism. The main character was totally clueless. A guy who
    a) spent a lot of time fighting in illegal fights
    b) spent his childhood learning to shoot
    c) was raised by a borderline crazy survivalist with military training
    then insists half the book that he’s just a Joe Average who only wants to be an accountant.. Yeah… right.

    I guess I’ll buy the next series the author starts..

    • MSgt B says:

      Yes, the first series was gunnie pulp through and through. I read every single one.


      The second series, The Grimnoir Chronicles, is even better.

    • Bellab8r says:

      I know…I mean who would want a character like that for their daddy?
      Guns are icky!

      …Plus I hear Mr. Correia steals all the white women too.

      • Lanius says:

        Would prefer to have a dangerous, terrorist gun/athletics nut as a father more than a superficially mild-mannered electronics geek.

        If the intelligence level was the same…

        I wonder how my (theoretical so far) kids will like ten miles of sunday trail-running(with packs) and having to reload my ammo about twenty years from now. I hope they’ll like it..

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