Summary

Two multiple New York Times best-selling authors team up to expand Larry Correia's Monster Hunter universe!
When marine private Oliver Chadwick Gardenier is killed in the marine barrack bombing in Beirut, somebody who might be Saint Peter gives him a choice: Go to heaven, which, while nice, might be a little boring, or return to earth. The Boss has a mission for him, and he's to look for a sign. He's a marine: He'll choose the mission.
Unfortunately, the sign he's to look for is "57". Which, given the food services contract in Bethesda Hospital, creates some difficulty. Eventually it appears that God's will is for Chad to join a group called Monster Hunters International and protect people from things that go bump in the night. From there, things trend downhill.
Monster Hunter Memoirs is the (mostly) true story of the life and times of one of MHI's most effective - and flamboyant - hunters. Protips for up-and-coming hunters range from how to dress appropriately for jogging (low-profile body armor and multiple weapons) to how to develop contacts among the Japanese yakuza to why it's not a good idea to make billy goat jokes to trolls.
Grunge harkens back to the Golden Days of Monster Hunting, when Reagan was in office, Ray and Susan Shackleford were top hunters, and Seattle sushi was authentic.
©2016 Larry Correia and John Ringo (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By bobbi1002 on 11-04-18

great series

Very much enjoyed this (Grunge) and the second book (Sinners) which left quite a few questions unanswered, however, having just gone onto the writers blog I see that there will be a third and last book in the series which I hope will answer the queries in my other review. It seems the last book 'Saints' will be released in July 2018. :)

Love the narration by oliver wyman, really grabs your attention. There are some very funny one liners and laugh out loud moments in both books.

Overall, I have enjoyed the series of monster hunter books and hope they will continue

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5 out of 5 stars
By r on 01-04-18

loved it

Well written and engaging story with plenty of detail even when you don't want it :-)

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2 out of 5 stars
By jacquie on 22-01-17

Poor writing

Get rid of the juvenile approach to the main character's relations with women it would have been better. But it is very sexist boring. What a disappointment since I love the true mhi books

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12 of 12 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By Jeepers Crow on 04-06-17

Embarrassing

Took all the awesome world building of the previous books and made it into a joke. The Microsoft and Princess subplots made me wish I'd never listened to it. These were plots devised by high school RPG nerds, not professional writers. This is my second, and last, John Ringo book. I hope this isn't the new direction of MHI or I'll need to stop listening. The reader was awesome as always but the story was an embarrassment.

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